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Your Precious Metals "Checking Account"

It is smart to diversify your precious metals into two categories. The first category is your "checking account," which is bullion that hasn't been certified to have any unique numismatic value. This part of your portfolio can be accessed more quickly than your savings account items by selling it for a value linked to the current spot price. The value of this portion of your portfolio will rise and fall with the current market price of the metal, and offers you diversification from your Dollar-based investments.

Your precious metals "checking account" works like an insurance policy. Should the stock market or the Dollar face a crash, the value of your precious metals will increase to help compensate you for your losses in your Dollar-based investments. Because gold and silver have been accepted as having value for thousands of years, this is an "insurance policy" that you can cash out of at any time.

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Your Precious Metals "Savings Account"

Your precious metals "savings account" consists of investment-grade rare coins that have been certified to have numismatic value above and beyond their metal melt value. Because they have value as rare coins, they are not affected by changes in the spot price of gold and silver to the extent that bullion (your precious metals "checking account") is. This offers you further diversification both from the ups and downs of the traditional markets and from the ups and downs of the precious metals markets.

While investment-grade coins are more stable than bullion, they can take longer to liquidate. As a result, they should be considered part of a long-term buy-and-hold strategy.

Contact us now so that we can advise you on which coins are most likely to increase in numismatic value. Don't be taken advantage of by unscrupulous coin dealers. Go with a dealer you can trust -- one with an A+ BBB rating. Call now 800-257-3253.

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Modern Gold American Commemoratives

Congress authorizes commemorative coins that celebrate and honor American people, places, events, and institutions. Although these coins are legal tender, they are not minted for general circulation. Each commemorative coin is produced by the United States Mint in limited quantity and is only available for a limited time.

 
1984-W Gold Los Angeles Olympiad Olympic Torch Bearers Commemorative
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Mintage Table

The following table gives mintage numbers for mint state (uncirculated) and proof Gold Commemorative coins. You can use these data to determine the rarity of particular coins. All data in these tables are taken from U.S. Mint released data. These numbers may change over time.

Modern Gold Commemorative Mintages

Date Description Face Value Metal Unc. Mintage Proof Mintage Unc. Rarity Ranking Proof Rarity Ranking
 
1984-P Los Angeles Olympiad
Olympic Torch Bearers
$10.00 Gold -- 33,309 -- 11
1984-D Los Angeles Olympiad
Olympic Torch Bearers
$10.00 Gold -- 34,533 -- 12
1984-S Los Angeles Olympiad
Olympic Torch Bearers
$10.00 Gold -- 48,551 -- 18
1984-W Los Angeles Olympiad
Olympic Torch Bearers
$10.00 Gold 75,886 381,085 27 30
1986-W Statue of Liberty
Centennial
$5.00 Gold 95,248 404,013 28 31
1987-W U.S. Constitution
Bicentennial
$5.00 Gold 214,225 651,659 29 32
1988-W Seoul Olympiad $5.00 Gold 62,913 281,465 26 29
1989-W Congress Bicentennial $5.00 Gold 46,899 164,690 25 28
1991-W Mount Rushmore
Golden Anniversary
$5.00 Gold 31,959 111,991 24 27
1992-W XXV Olympiad $5.00 Gold 27,732 77,313 23 23
1992-W Christopher Columbus Quincenteary $5.00 Gold 24,329 79,730 22 25
1993-W Bill of Rights $5.00 Gold 23,266 78,651 20 24
1993-W 1991-1995 World War II $5.00 Gold 23,672 67,026 21 22
1994-W World Cup Tournament $5.00 Gold 22,447 89,614 18 26
1995-W Civil War Battlefield
Preservation
$5.00 Gold 12,735 55,246 13 19
1995-W XXVI Olympiad, Torch Runner $5.00 Gold 14,675 57,442 14 20
1995-W XXVI Olympiad, Stadium $5.00 Gold 10,579 43,124 10 15
1996-W XXVI Olympiad, Flag Bearer $5.00 Gold 9,174 32,886 7 10
1996-W XXVI Olympiad, Cauldron $5.00 Gold 9,210 38,555 8 13
1996-W Smithsonian Institution
150th Anniversary
$5.00 Gold 9,068 21,772 6 4
1997-W Jackie Robinson $5.00 Gold 5,174 24,072 1 5
1997-W Franklin D. Roosevelt $5.00 Gold 11,894 29,474 12 8
1999-W George Washington
Death Bicentennial
$5.00 Gold 22,511 41,693 19 14
2000-W Library of Congress Bicentennial $10.00 Gold/
Platinum
7,261 27,445 3 6
2001-W U.S. Capitol Visitor Center $5.00 Gold 6,761 27,652 2 7
2002-W Salt Lake City
Olympics
$5.00 Gold 10,585 32,877 11 9
2003-W First Flight Centennial $10.00 Gold 10,009 21,676 9 3
2006-S San Francisco
Old Mint Centennial
$5.00 Gold 17,500 44,174 16 16
2007-W Jamestown 400th Anniversary $5.00 Gold 18,623 47,123 17 17
2008-W Bald Eagle $5.00 Gold 15,009 59,269 15 21
2011-P U.S. Army $5.00 Gold 8,062 -- 4 --
2011-W U.S. Army $5.00 Gold --- 17,148 --- 1
2011-P Medal of Honor $5.00 Gold 8,251 -- 5 --
2011-W Medal of Honor $5.00 Gold -- 18,012 --- 2
2012-W Star Spangled Banner $5.00 Gold TBD TBD TBD TBD
2014-W Kennedy Half Dollar $0.50 Gold TBD TBD TBD TBD
2016-W Mark Twain $5.00 Gold TBD TBD TBD TBD