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RCM Gold Vintage Coins

RCM Gold Vintage Coins
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1967 Canada 7-Coin Centennial Proof Set w/$20 Gold
All seven Canadian coins in this Proof coin set, ranging from the cent to the Silver dollar, exhibit the animal reverse designs of the Canadian Centennial issues. Also included is the 20 Dollar Gold piece issued the same year for the same e.... Read More
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1967 Canada Gold $20 Confederation BU/Proof (AGW .5288)
Only $29.99 per coin over spot!
Beautiful vintage Gold coin! This coin was issued to commemorate the centennial of Canadian confederation and was originally issued only as part of a specimen set. Read More
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Any Quantity $695.27 $724.24
1918-C Canada Gold Sovereign BU
Between 1908 and 1919, a limited number of Gold sovereigns were minted at the Canadian mint in Ottawa. Because of their relatively low mintages, these coins are not commonly available. Read More
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1911-C Canada Gold Sovereign AU/Unc
The Canada Sovereign was minted in limited quantities at the Ottawa Mint for only a few short years, from 1908 to 1919. Each of these coins bears a "C" mintmark. Read More
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Buy vintage Gold coins and hold history in your hands.

A true appreciation of vintage Gold deserves a look back at the history of Gold coins and their pricing. Today's Canadian Gold coins owe their linage to the first recorded use of Gold, dating back to 4,000 B.C. in present-day Eastern Europe as a material for jewelry. While today's vintage Gold coins may seem old, Gold as a recognized standard of trade dates back to 1,500 B.C. Around this time, Gold coins first made an appearance as currency, materializing as the Shekel in the Middle East and as tiny Gold coin squares in China nearly 400 years later. To this day, China produces worldwide favorite Gold coins.

Vintage Gold owes its high value to the rich history of civilizations appreciating the Precious Metal. Early leaders turned to Gold coins as the standard for trade, in part due to the Precious Metal's scientific properties, including oxidation level, lack of rust and ability to maintain its original weight. While today's price of Gold varies based on factors like current events, market speculation and currency values, the originally documented standard price of Gold in the U.S. was $19.39 per ounce, set in 1792. When viewing these Canadian Gold coins, think back to the rich legacy of tradition that went into the current pricing and valuation of the precious commodity.

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