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 Gold $1,772.60   $1.20  Silver $22.32   $0.10  Platinum $987.00   $-8.40  Palladium $1,873.00   $6.50

The answer to this question is largely dependent on what your goals are with buying gold coins. For instance, if you want to collect gold coins, a safe buy for you may be one that’s likely to increase in value over time. However, there are some general guidelines and recommendations to consider as you determine the “safest” gold coin to purchase.

Bullion Coins

These are gold coins officially produced by a mint or other authorized manufacturer. These coins are generally considered “safe” because you get documentation with your purchase and you know where your coins are coming from with greater certainty. This is beneficial if there are issues or if you prefer to purchase more coins from the same series.

Canadian Maple Leaf & American Eagle Coins

These are two of the most popular gold coins in the world today. They are considered “safe” buys because coins from both series are widely recognized and valued by collectors, sellers, and buyers worldwide. 

You can also make purchases from either series in a way that’s not going to be a major stretch. This is often the case because there are so many Canadian Maple Leaf and American Eagle coins in circulation that you won’t have to worry too much about not being able to find something affordable and easily attainable.

Gold Coins from Reputable Sellers

You’ll have more confidence in your purchases if you get your gold coins from Scottsdale gold coin dealers you can trust. These are often precious metals dealers. There are also online coin sellers who tend to be fairly reputable. Shy away from online auction sites and similar options where it’s not easy to verify information with a fair degree of certainty. 

Popular Investment Gold Coins

Consisting of 91.67 percent gold, the American Gold Eagle gold coin leads the pack of the top investment coins. It’s “safe” as well, since the weight is backed by the U.S. government. In 2021, these coins were redesigned to include enhanced counterfeiting measures.

The Maple Leaf coins mentioned earlier are safe, since they’re produced by an award-winning mint. State-of-the-art anticounterfeiting measures are included with these coins as well, further enhancing your confidence in your purchases. Additional investment gold coins generally considered safe include:

• The American Gold Buffalo – made from gold mined in the U.S.
• South African Gold Krugerrand – one of the most frequently traded gold coins in the world today
• Austrian Philharmonic Gold Coin – made of 99 percent pure gold, which is safe if you prefer a coin that gives you the most value for your investment
• Gold Sovereign Coin – considered safe due to the fact it’s government backed and coupled with impressive designs
• Chinese Panda Gold Coin – offers a high level of gold purity
• 1/2 Ounce Gold American Eagle – has a face value of $25, which makes it affordable, and it includes impressive designs, too 

When they’re looking to purchase high-quality precious metals, from silver bars to gold coins, Scottsdale collectors know they can trust the reliable professionals at First National Bullion. We can answer all your questions and help you find all the information you need to decide whether precious metals are the right investment for you. Give one of our experienced dealers a call today at (480) 546-5089.

The statements made in this blog are opinions, and past performance is not indicative of future returns. Precious metals, like all investments, carry risk. Precious metals and coins may appreciate, depreciate, or stay the same in cash value depending on a variety of factors. First National Bullion does not guarantee, and its website and employees make no representation, that any metals for sale will appreciate sufficiently to earn the customers a profit. The decision to buy, sell, or borrow precious metals and which precious metals to purchase, borrow, or sell are made at the customer’s sole discretion.

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