Take Advantage of a Soft Rare Coin Market
By Jonathan Swyers
Over the last two months, precious metals have been on a tear. Gold and silver have jumped to the highest prices in almost two years, and the precious metals market seems to finally be headed in the right direction.
With all of this short term success in precious metals, it begs the question, “How does this affect rare coins?”
While rare coins are largely uncorrelated to the precious metals market, it does have an indirect effect on rare coins. When many investors are focused on bullion prices, the rare coin market tends to slow down a bit, making now the best time to swoop in and get great prices in a soft rare coin market.
This month, we have a number of hand-selected compelling options for you. We are offering three different pre-civil war issue coins, a beautiful gem $20, a proof gold dollar that is one of the finest known of its kind, and the elusive 1911-D $2.5 Indian. If you are a buyer of the 1911-D Indian, you will have already acquired the toughest to find coin in the series, which makes finishing out a series collection that much easier.
Please click on the available coins below to learn why they can be a great addition to your portfolio!
These types of coins typically sell out quickly, so please take a look at these one-of-a-kind rarities, and call us today at 800-831-0007 or send me an email to add them to your portfolio!
Pre-Civil War issue from the rare Dahlonega, Georgia mint. Only 3 finer!
Price in 2006: $4,600
Increase since 2010: ~68%
Your Price: $7,750*
Extremely rare and likely finest known 1872 proof gold dollar!
Price in 2009: $17,250
Increase since 2009: ~110%
Your Price: $36,225*
Beautiful gem to get you started with collecting. Excellent value!
Price in 2012: $3,450
Increase since 2012: ~50%
Your Price: $5,175*
Near gem and excellent value for key date in a very popular series!
Price in 2011: $27,600
Increase since 2011: ~15%
Your Price: $31,725*
Beautiful coin with historical significance. Part of the SS Central America shipwreck recovery!
Price in 2004: $8,625
Increase since 2004: ~100%
Your Price: $17,250*
Last year of issue for this popular series and has never been seen at auction. Only 3 finer!
Price in 2004: $7,475
Increase since 2010: ~116%
Your Price: $16,150*
*Prices are subject to change due to market fluctuation and product availability.