Summer is here, and the US Mint is just now releasing 2010-dated fractional-ounce Gold Eagles, the ½-oz, the ¼-oz and the 1/10-oz sizes. We expect to have the coins ready for shipment on or about June 21. Because of subdued buying, premiums are about where they have been during normal times in years past, meaning
Friday, CMIGS began shipping the year’s first 2009-dated US Mint Buffalo Gold Coins. Before the release, there was speculation that the mintage would be low because the Mint did not produce them until late in the year. However, as of this writing, the Mint’s web site shows that 86,000 Buffalo Gold Coins have already been
U.S. Mint announces release of 2009-dated American Buffalo gold coins. Fractional-ounce American Eagle gold coins to be released in December.
For the first time in twenty-five years, fractional-ounce Krugerrands are being imported into the U.S. in large quantities
With the sharp drop in the price of gold, Krugerrands are scarce because few investors are willing to sell. Further, for a while the U.S. Mint was not able to supply enough 1-oz Gold Eagles. So, a major wholesaler began importing, for the first time in decades, new Krugerrands. Yes, 2008-dated Krugerrands are for sale.
The U.S. Mint recently announced that it would ship no more 1-oz Gold Eagles until January 2008. This policy has become the norm for the Mint toward year-end when it shuts down production of current-year coins to prepare for minting the ensuing year’s coins. The announcement resulted in an immediate jump in the premiums on
A man with whom we have not done business called early this morning. He said he found us on the Internet, doing a search because a dealer from whom he bought coins last year would not return his calls. His story is sad and similar to other stores we often hear. He said that in