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Gold coins are arguably the most valuable assets that investors and collectors look for when purchasing precious metals. Countless mints around the globe, both sovereign and private, produce gold bullion options for numismatists and collectors alike.

Listed here today are some of the most prominent and popular gold coin programs from mints around the globe.

Unless their designs are directly inspired by Western coin patterns, coins from Africa, the Middle East and Asia don’t typically follow these conventions.

These stunning coins serve as a reminder of the majesty, longevity, and strength of the American nation.

Each Gold Eagle coin from the United States Mint features images of the nation’s most iconic symbols, from its official national emblem of the American bald eagle to that towering symbol of freedom and democracy known to most simply as Lady Liberty.

The basic unit of British currency during this period was the shilling. 20 shillings made up a pound; the pound was therefore worth 240 pence.

Although pound coins, known as sovereigns, had existed historically, by the end of the pre-decimal period they were very rare; the pound was primarily a banknote.

This coin is popular and fascinating both for the beauty of its design and for its historical value, and it is well worth collecting.

However, collectors who aren’t familiar with its common and rare dates and other aspects of the silver one yen coin’s mintage history may find themselves overpaying or, even worse, buying a counterfeit.

Japan 1853-1865 (Kaei era) Silver Isshu-Gin; Group available; weight 1.89g; 10mm x 15mm size; Single coin ; Group of 20 coins for each (please email us for a larger quantity up to 500 coins at a low wholesale price) Japan 1877; Bronze 2 Sen; Meiji year 10; Variety with V shaped scales on the dragon; KM Y 18.2; Really nice coin with even color and lively fields; some red remains in the devices along with a touch of blue toning; NGC certified MS-63 BN Japan 1901; Gold 10 Yen; Meiji year 34; JNDA 01-7; From the Japan gold hoard held in San Francisco; Japanese Government Ministry of Finance holder (from their auction); Better date coin with a few bag marks; PCGS graded MS-64 (includes PCGS photo cert) Japan 1908; Gold 10 Yen; Meiji year 41; JNDA 01-7; From the Japan gold hoard held in San Francisco; Japanese Government Ministry of Finance holder (from their auction); Nice luster and no problems; PCGS graded MS-65 (includes PCGS photo cert) Vietnam 1820-1841; Annam; Minh Mang; Pattern or Fantasy Gold 2 Tien; It has been suggested this coin was minted in Japan; In August 1903 the Emperor ordered the minting of new gold coins to reward Europeans and others for exceptional service; Weight 7.9g; AU-UNC Japan 1832-1858 (Tempo Era) Tsutsumi-Gin (Bean money original moneyer sealed pack) Kyoto moneyer (seal stamped on reverse) dating back to the Tempo era; Sealed in the early 1800s this rare un-opened package contains about 570g of Japanese Mameita-gin (bean money); As the weight of bean money varies; this pack may contain about 150 pieces with most being perhaps uncirculated!

A rare museum piece that may be the only one in the United States and definitely a highlight of any pre-Meiji collection.

Only now have four of the treasures been traced back to the third and fourth centuries of the European kingdoms.

Archaeologist Toshio Tsukamoto, who has studied sites in Italy and Egypt, said he instantly recognised the “little round things”.

Even coins that are foreign to the collector can be easily deciphered if their inscriptions and dates are recognizable.

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