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 How much were gold coins worth in the 1930s?

Answer Gold coins from 1930 vary in worth from hundreds to thousands of dollars. The condition the coins are in will make their values fluctuate. A mint-condition Saint-Gaudens Double Eagle can be worth $... Read More »
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Are collectible gold coins really worth the investment?

On One Hand: Collectible Gold Coins Accrue ValueGold coins generally become more valuable over time. A rare gold coin that was minted in the early 20th century, such as a 1933 double eagle, can be ... Read More »
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Should I Trade My Gold Bullion Coins for Platinum Bullion Coins?

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Are gold coins in use?

Some gold coins, like the Sacajawea dollar, are usable as legal tender. They must be legally made in a United States mint. The gold coins usually have a gold coating.References:Montana Rarities: Go... Read More »
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Can you fly with gold coins?

There are no prohibitions from the U.S. Department of Homeland Security's Transportation Security Administration (TSA) against flying with gold coins in your possession. However, depending on the n... Read More »
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