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Gold Coins

Throughout time, from the Greek and Roman ages to more modern times, civilizations flourished with sound money. The gold coin has proved to be the time-tested answer for societies desiring economic prosperity. The alternative, fiat currency, has resulted in the demise of prosperous civilizations since Roman times. The word "fiat" means by government edict. It is simply impossible for a government to magically proclaim sound money and reliable purchasing power of wealth with paper currency. This fact prompts Americans to consider investing in gold coins.

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In today's world of fiat currencies, buying gold coins still answers the need for sound money, as it has for thousands of years. Bullion coins have a proven ability to protect wealth and preserve one's purchasing power, and gold coins offer divisible size and are universally acceptable in a recognizable form. This makes the purchase of gold coins and the selling of gold coin convenient through reputable coin dealers. Monex is America's premier coin dealer because of its sizable buy-and-sell bullion and coin market. Billions of dollars in transaction volume is proof that Monex offers competitive gold coin prices, making Monex the preferred source for the purchase of coins. Whether it be for investing in pure 24k gold Vienna Philharmonic, American Buffalo, or Canadian Maple Leaf coins, or other monetary bullion coins like the Krugerrand or the US American Eagle, buying gold coins is a convenient method for wealth protection and profit potential.


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Gold Vienna Philharmonics

Gold Vienna Philharmonics

Pure .9999 fine gold Vienna Philharmonics are legal-tender gold bullion coins recognized throughout the world for their beauty, purity and high quality. Vienna Philharmonic coins are produced by the Austrian Mint in Vienna, Austria, which has been producing innovative coinage and currency for over 800 years. One-ounce Gold Vienna Philharmonics are available from Monex in units of 10 one-ounce coins; fractional sizes of quarter-ounce and tenth-ounce coins are also available from Monex, in units of 20 coins.

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Gold American Buffalos

Gold American Buffalos

The gold American Buffalo, the first pure 24-karat gold bullion coin produced by the United States Mint, was first introduced in 2006. The obverse side of the gold American Buffalo features the profile of a Native American man, while the reverse side features the silhouette of an American bison standing in profile, modeled after "Black Diamond," a popular attraction in the New York Zoological Gardens in the early part of the 20th century. The images were originally featured on the popular "Indian Head" or "Buffalo" nickel, minted in the U.S. from 1913 to 1938. One-ounce Gold American Buffalos are available from Monex in units of 10 coins.

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Gold American Eagles

Gold American Eagles

First released by the United States mint in 1986, the gold American Eagle was the first modern bullion coin to be authorized by the United States congress and is backed by the US Mint for its weight, content and purity. The obverse of the coin, originally designed by Augustus Saint-Gaudens for the country's $20 gold piece minted from 1907 to 1933, carries the image of a full length figure of Lady Liberty holding a torch in her right hand and an olive branch in her left. The reverse side of the coin bears the image of a male bald eagle carrying an olive branch, flying towards his mate in a nest with their hatchlings. Gold American Eagles containing one troy ounce of pure gold are available from Monex in units of 10 one-ounce coins; fractional sizes of quarter-ounce and tenth-ounce coins are also available from Monex, in units of 20 coins.

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Gold Canadian Maple Leafs

Gold Canadian Maple Leafs

Pure .9999 fine Canadian Maple Leaf gold coins are known and respected throughout the world because of the impeccable standards of quality mandated by the Royal Canadian Mint. Each gold Maple Leaf coin features the image of Queen Elizabeth the second, along with the denomination and date of issue, on the obverse side...and an image of Canada's national symbol, the maple leaf (from which the coin derives its name), on the reverse side, along with the name of the country and the level of purity of the gold, listed in both English and French. One-ounce Gold Canadian Maple Leafs are available from Monex in units of 10 one-ounce coins; fractional sizes of quarter-ounce and tenth-ounce coins are also available from Monex, in units of 20 coins.

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Gold Canadian Howling Wolfs

Gold Canadian Howling Wolfs

Minted in 2014, the one-ounce Gold Canadian Howling Wolf is the first coin in the new three-coin ''Call of the Wild'' series of premium gold bullion coins produced by the Royal Canadian Mint. The Howling Wolf is exactly one troy ounce of the purest gold available in any legal tender gold bullion coin – 99.999% pure (or “five-nines” fine) – and includes a unique micro-engraved security feature that helps to confirm the authenticity of the coin. Each Howling Wolf gold coin is encapsulated on a plastic assay certificate card slightly larger than a standard credit card for additional security and protection. The coins carry a face value of $200 (Canadian), the highest face value of any one-ounce legal tender gold bullion coin in the world. Monex offers the Gold Canadian Howling Wolf coins in units of 10 one-ounce coins.

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Gold South African Krugerrands

Gold South African Krugerrands

The South African Krugerrand is the original one troy ounce gold bullion coin made by a government and valued on the content of its gold, rather than the face value of the coin. The Krugerrand was the first gold coin to contain exactly one troy ounce of gold, and was intended from its inception to provide a way for the private investor to purchase precious metals. The South African Krugerrand is a 22-karat coin weighing a total 1.0909 ounces (or 33.930 grams). It is comprised of one troy ounce of pure gold and 2.826 grams of a copper alloy which is used to give the coins higher durability and to make them more resistant to scratching, and gives the coins a unique orange-gold hue. Today, the Krugerrand is regarded as one of the worlds' oldest and most recognizable gold bullion coins, carrying with it all of the qualities one could want in a gold investment: liquidity, portability and beauty. Krugerrands are available from Monex in units of 10 coins.

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