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Substantial Gains Seen In Gold Coin Prices

The price guide most commonly used to determine prices for certified gold coins has just been updated, and the latest numbers are likely to put a smile on the faces of gold coin buyers. The Professional Coin Grading Service Price Guide found at www.PCGS.com is often used by dealers, investors and collectors to determine correct pricing, although discount exchanges such as GoldCoin.net always offer discounts from the prices listed on PCGS.com.

Prices have been down or flat for most of the last month but a recent slew of economic data, Federal Reserve rumors and mom-and-pop buying has boosted gold’s appeal as the spot price hit $1300 yesterday afternoon. Gold bullion coins also benefited from gold’s recent roll, with the majority of gold bullion coins now selling between $1350 and $1375 per ounce.

Liberty Head Double Eagles in common dates are up $40 each in the MS62-MS64 grades, while MS65 examples remained flat. The successor to the Liberties, the St. Gaudens Double Eagle, rose by $35 from $1720 to $1755 in the MS62 variety. MS63 and MS64 Saints rose by $40 each to $1850 and $1935, respectively.

While many dealers sell certified coins at or above their PCGS suggested retail values, GoldCoin.net is proud to offer PCGS gold coins (as well as NGC gold coins) at prices below those found through online price guides. For a free gold coin price report or to request hard or digital copies of our free investment guides call GoldCoin.net directly at 800-425-5672 today, or look to the bottom of this page to request your free guides electronically.

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