The beauty of a rare coin can be enjoyed like a work of art, but investing in rare coins offers substantial benefits.

Rarity and condition are the two major factors that determine a coin's worth. Coins that fall into the higher range of uncirculated condition dated between 1795 and 1933 are considered rare and are a popular way to diversify a portfolio of precious metals.

Rare coins provide wealth protection, a greater opportunity for capital appreciation over time, and a private investment not subject to the government scrutiny common to other types of investments held in banks and by brokerage houses.

All the U.S. rare coins available through Capital Gold Group from early mintages to low populations are certified for grade and authenticity by one of the two leading third-party certification firms, the Professional Coin Grading Service (PCGS) or the Numismatic Guarantee Corporation (NGC), using a universal grading standard that enables rare coin collectors to buy and sell coins with confidence.

Assembling a set of rarities introduces an additional variable that can become an important element to your rare coin collection - a story. This adds meaning and therefore value to your investment and can increase your profit margin, especially if you hold on to your collection for at least 3 to 5 years.

Rare coins represent truly portable wealth which is insurable, virtually indestructible, and easy to store. Whether you are looking for high mint state Liberty or Saint-Gaudens rare coins or early date rare gold, one of Capital Gold Group's Gold Specialists can assist you in getting started.

Pan-Pac $50 - Round

The Panama-Pacific Fifty Dollar gold piece was the first of its denomination minted by the U.S. Mint and was authorized by Congress to commemorate the completion of the Panama Canal.

The Panama-Pacific Exposition was the 1915 World's Fair which not only celebrated the long-awaited Panama Canal but also the 400th anniversary of the discovery of the Pacific Ocean.

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Pan-Pac $50 - Octagonal

The Panama-Pacific Fifty Dollar gold piece was the first of its denomination minted by the U.S. Mint and was authorized by Congress to commemorate the completion of the Panama Canal.

The Panama-Pacific Exposition was the 1915 World's Fair which not only celebrated the long-awaited Panama Canal but also the 400th anniversary of the discovery of the Pacific Ocean.

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1841 $2.50 Liberty Head

The 1841 $2.50 Liberty Head is the most desirable of all Liberty Head quarter eagles due to its rarity. There is no official record of this date having been struck, and very few specimens are known to exist.

A number of other unanswered questions surrounding the 1841 Liberty Head quarter eagle make it one of the most interesting and mysterious of all U.S. coins.

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1927 D Saint Gaudens $20

It is believed that 180,000 of the 1927-D Saint Gaudens $20 gold pieces were minted, but fewer than 15 are known to exist today.

The highly graded versions of this coin are valued at nearly $2 million. Only 6 or 7 coins have been in major sales over the last 20 years, and they are considered one of the rarest coins in U.S. history.

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1799 $10 Liberty Head

Designed by Robert Scot, the "Heraldic Eagle", Capped Bust to Right, was issued from 1797 through 1804, with only 37,449 of these coins issued in 1799, the year of George Washington's death.

At the time, they were the largest denomination coin issued by the United States.

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1906 Proof $20

$20 Liberty Double Eagle gold coins are one of the world's most recognized gold pieces. The mintage of the proof 1906 $20 was only 94 with a survival rate estimated at about half of that. This date is also tough in mint state making it just that more desirable in proof format.

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1879 Flowing Hair Stella $4

Stella pattern coins were first suggested by John A. Kasson, a former chairman of the United States House Committee on Coinage, Weights, and Measures, to explore the possibility of becoming a part of the Latin Monetary Union (LMU).

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1912 Motto $20 St. Gaudens

The Saint-Gaudens double eagle, or $20 gold piece, stands above the rest as the single most magnificent coin of this-or any-era in U.S. history.

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1897 Ultra Cameo $20

The 1897 is one of the rarest proofs from the 1890s, the original mintage of just 86 pieces representing a significant reduction from the total of 128 coins that the Mint achieved for the 1896. The number of coins extant for the 1897 is probably fewer than 30 pieces.

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1902 $20 Deep/Ultra Cameo

The 1902 Liberty Head double eagle is a sought-after and low-mintage date coin. US double eagles have historically been the most popular of all US gold numismatics.

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1855 $50 WASS, MOLITOR

Coin was made by a pair of Hungarian patriots named S.C. Wass and A.P. Molitor, who established a smelting and assaying operation in San Francisco during the days of the California gold rush.

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1885 $20 Liberty

Second lowest mintage of all $20 liberty gold with a mintage of 751. If one were to exclude the proof striking there was a paltry strike of 674 coins for the entire country! US double eagles have historically been the most popular of all US gold numismatics.

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1906 Cameo $20 Liberty Head

One of the higher-profile business strikes from the later Liberty Double Eagle series, the 1906-P has a mintage of just 69,596 pieces.

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$3 Indian Princess Coin

The $3 Indian Princess gold coin is one of the more unusual coins in U.S. history. The $3 Indian Princess was minted from 1854-1889, with a very low production and is the only three dollar gold coin in American coinage.

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1850 Liberty Head Gold Dollar

In 1908, Congress mandated that the motto "In God We Trust," once again take its place on the Double Eagle after overturning an earlier decision by President Theodore Roosevelt to remove the motto. The Motto portion of the Saint-Gaudens series continued through 1933 with a single interruption in yearly production from 1917-1919.

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1932 St Guadens $20

The Liberty Head exhibits a smooth, satiny sheen; the strike is razor sharp throughout, and the eye appeal is the strongest ever in an 1850 Gold Dollar.

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