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Historic Gold And Silver Coins

December 1, 2009 – Historic gold and silver coins are certainly not a mainstream investment avenue, but tough financial times like the ones our nation is facing mean that we must resort to whatever means necessary to preserve and grow our wealth. Many investors prefer to store their wealth privately, because our banking system is caving and our traditional financial markets have overwhelmingly failed during much of the last three years.

Historic gold and silver coins that were produced by the US Mint prior to 1933 have historically proven to be an effective way to independently secure a large amount of wealth within a small space. Investors who trust themselves more than our faltering economy may want to consider supplementing their portfolio with some of the following historic gold and silver coins, because these coins rack their inherent precious metal spot prices and they were not historically confiscated by our government to back up our dollar, as were so many other coins.

The $20 Saint Gaudens gold coin was exempt from the historic gold bullion confiscation, because it has been classified as a coin having recognized value to collectors of rare and unusual coins. This coin is an American antiquity and there are not enough of these coins to hurt our help US currency. Saint-Gaudens gold coins were minted from 1907-1933 and they are utilized by today’s investors for long-term wealth preservation.

Investors also value historic silver coins like the Morgan Silver Dollar and the Peace Silver Dollar, which could be exempt from bullion confiscation in the future. If you would like to know more about the historic bullion confiscation or historic gold and silver coins that escaped the melting pot in 1933, contact us directly through a phone call or by email

Shannon King

Senior Staff Writer – GoldSilver.org

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