FOREIGN GOLD

Foreign gold coins contain precious metals that generally move up and down with the spot price of the precious metals but also contain additional value above their precious metal content. There is a premium for these coins based upon such factors as demand. Semi-numismatic products currently do not require a SSN upon liquidation.  Additionally, these coins are potentially exempt from future confiscation if the government follows the precedent set by President Roosevelt’s 1933 Executive Order. The 1933 Executive Order, which barred private ownership of gold until its rescission in 1974, allowed Americans to continue to own gold coins which had special value to collectors.


Australian 1 Ducat
Austrian 1000 Schilling
Austrian 4 Ducats
British Sovereign
Danish 20 Kroner
French 20 Francs Napoleon III
French 20 Francs Angel
French 20 Francs Rooster * TOP SELLER!!
Gold Russian 5 Ruble
Great Britain 2 and 5 Pounds Proof
Hungary 10 Korona
Italian 20 Lire
Netherlands 10 Guilder
Swiss 20 Franc * TOP SELLER!!
25th Anniversary Gold Maple Leaf

AUSTRIAN 1 DUCAT

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Franz Joseph I Austrian Ducat gold coins are extremely high in gold purity compared to other European gold coins – over 98% pure gold! Gold Ducats featuring various rulers of the day were minted throughout the 19th Century and into the 20th Century. Austria began minting Ducats in the early 16th Century.

AUSTRIAN 1000 SCHILLING

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In 1976, the Austrian Mint minted a coin commemorating the 1,000-year anniversary of the start of the Babenberg Dynasty. Fittingly, it chose a denomination of 1,000 Schilling – the first time it had produced a coin with this face value.

AUSTRIAN 4 DUCATS

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With a gold purity content of over 98%, the Austrian 4 Ducats gold coin is among the highest purity European gold coins ever issued. Non-restrikes of these coins were minted during the years of the Austro-Hungarian Empire.

BRITISH SOVEREIGN

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The gold British Sovereign can trace its history to Henry VII (1485-1509) who issued the first 20-shilling gold coin in 1489. The minting of the British Sovereign was suspended shortly after James I ascended to the throne of England in 1603, but gold Sovereigns were once again struck commencing with George III in 1817.

DANISH 20 KRONER

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Danish 20 Kroner gold coins were minted between 1873 and 1931 and feature three different rulers: Christian IX, Frederick VIII, and Christian X. The gold coin pictured is of the Frederick VIII variety. The obverse (front) of each 20 Kroner gold coin features the bust of the day’s ruler. The name of the country and ruler surround the king.

FRENCH 20 FRANCS NAPOLEON III

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The French 20 Franc Napoleon III gold coins had three different designs featuring Napoleon during their production from 1852-1870. The obverse (front) of the gold coin features a bust portrait of Napoleon. The reverse (back) shows the value of the coin (20 Francs) and the date (1852) surrounded by wreaths.

FRENCH 20 FRANCS ANGEL

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Both investors and collectors love the French Angel 20 Franc gold coin for its storied history, innate beauty and relatively short mintage period. The Angel represented on the obverse (front) is the guardian angel Genius as she inscribes the French Constitution upon a tablet next to a pillar and a rooster. The words “REPUBLIQUE FRANCAISE” are above the angel.

FRENCH 20 FRANCS ROOSTER

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The French 20 Francs Rooster is one of the most popular of all our European gold coins. Each coin contains almost a fifth of an ounce (0.1867) of pure gold and is available in Brilliant Uncirculated condition.

GOLD RUSSIAN 5 RUBLE

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Nicholas II (May 18, 1868 – July 17, 1918) was the last Tsar of Russia, Grand Duke of Finland, and titular King of Poland. His official title was Nicholas II, Emperor and Autocrat of All the Russias and he is currently regarded as Saint Nicholas the Passion-Bearer by the Moscow Patriarchate of the Russian Orthodox Church.

GREAT BRITAIN 2 AND 5 POUNDS PROOF

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Since 1980, the Royal Mint began actively producing and marketing coins for collectors, and this has included gold two pounds and five pounds coins. Five pounds are Britain’s largest gold coin. The 5 pounds 2001 crown pays fitting tribute to one of the more dramatic periods in history – the Victorian era.

HUNGARY 10 KORONA

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The historic Hungary 10 Korona gold coins were minted between 1892 and 1915. Each 10 Korona coin contains .0980 ounces of gold, weighs 3.3875 ounces, and is 18.9 millimeters in diameter.

ITALIAN 20 LIRE

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The Italian 20 Lire Umberto I gold coin is a superb example of 19th century European gold coinage. Umberto I served as the Duke of Savoy before being crowned King of Italy in 1878. He ruled until his assassination in 1900. His image first appeared on these 20 Lire coins in 1879.

NETHERLANDS 10 GUILDER

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The Netherlands 10 Guilder – also sometimes referred to as a Gulden or Florin – contains almost one fifth of an ounce (0.1947) of pure gold.

SWISS 20 FRANC

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The Swiss 20 Franc Vreneli gold coin is one of the world’s classic gold coins and quite popular among gold investors. Switzerland, neutral since its creation by the Congress of Vienna in 1815, has long been synonymous with stability and fiscal strength due to its practice of backing its currency with large quantities of gold.

25TH ANNIVERSARY GOLD MAPLE LEAF

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On August 18, 2004 the Royal Canadian Mint unveiled its new gold Maple Leaf coins which were created and designed to celebrate the 25th anniversary of the Canadian Maple Leaf gold coin. Only 10,000 of these coins were minted.

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