Limited Opportunity – Swiss 20 Francs

These beautiful coins (shown below) were minted many decades ago –and may well be more than a century old.  They are the most sought after gold coins by investors who are concerned with privacy and potential gold confiscation issues.  Under current tax law, and IRS regulation interpretations, these coins require no reporting whatsoever when you buy or sell them.  They also were exempted from the infamous Executive Order 6012, issued by Franklin D. Roosevelt on April 5, 1933, confiscating the gold holdings of American citizens.  Could a confiscation happen again in this day and age?  Whether you believe so or not, in the final analysis, one must ask, “why accept an unnecessary risk,” when you can purchase these coins for around the same price as the modern bullion coins of similar size.

In addition, the world gold coins offer a double opportunity to profit.  Naturally as with any gold bullion coin, the value increases as gold rises.  But, investors can also profit handsomely as the premium over gold’s value rises.  Historically, many of these coins have traded for as much as a 90% premium over their gold value.  A good example is the Swiss 20 Franc, which traded between 1972–1979 for an average premium over the gold price of 64%.  We recommend keeping part of your gold portfolio in these coins.

Here at AmeriGold, world gold coins such as the Swiss 20 Francs, the British Sovereigns, and French Roosters are by far our highest volume items.  However, because these coins are no longer minted, coin availability is subject to what can be found on the open market.  From time to time we come across these coins which we offer to customers on a first come first serve basis.  Please call 1 800  574-0047 or 720 870-8021 for pricing and availability.

Advantages

  • Categorized like the pre-1933 $20 gold pieces as collector items.  As such, they would likely be passed over in any future gold confiscation.
  • No dealer reporting requirements.
  • Roughly one fifth ounce size facilitates use for “spending” gold in the event of an economic breakdown.
  • Strong international liquidity owing to its large market in Europe, Asia, and United States
  • Double-play profit potential. First, as the gold price rises.  Second, as the premium rises due to the limited supply of small gold coins offering privacy advantages.

Call AmeriGold at 720 870-8021 to get a quote while supplies last.

Specs on Swiss 20 Franc Helvetia
.1867 oz. fine gold
Minted 1896-1935
Uncirculated Coins

SWISS 20 FRANC
GOLD COIN

Limited Opportunity – British Sovereign

These beautiful coins (shown below) were minted many decades ago –and may well be more than a century old.  They are the most sought after gold coins by investors who are concerned with privacy and potential gold confiscation issues.  Under current tax law, and IRS regulation interpretations, these coins require no reporting whatsoever when you buy or sell them.  They also were exempted from the infamous Executive Order 6012, issued by Franklin D. Roosevelt on April 5, 1933, confiscating the gold holdings of American citizens.  Could a confiscation happen again in this day and age?  Whether you believe so or not, in the final analysis, one must ask, “why accept an unnecessary risk,” when you can purchase these coins for around the same price as the modern bullion coins of similar size.

In addition, the world gold coins offer a double opportunity to profit.  Naturally as with any gold bullion coin, the value increases as gold rises.  But, investors can also profit handsomely as the premium over gold’s value rises.  Historically, many of these coins have traded for as much as a 90% premium over their gold value.  We recommend keeping part of your gold portfolio in these coins.

Here at AmeriGold, world gold coins such as the British Sovereigns, Swiss 20 Francs, and French Roosters are by far our highest volume items.  However, because these coins are no longer minted, coin availability is subject to what can be found on the open market.  From time to time we come across these coins which we offer to customers on a first come first serve basis.  Please call 1 800  574-0047 or 720 870-8021 for pricing and availability.

Advantages

  • Categorized like the pre-1933 $20 gold pieces as collector items.  As such, they would likely be passed over in any future gold confiscation.
  • No dealer reporting requirements.
  • Roughly one fifth ounce size facilitates use for “spending” gold in the event of an economic breakdown.
  • Strong international liquidity owing to its large market in Europe, Asia, and United States
  • Double-play profit potential. First, as the gold price rises.  Second, as the premium rises due to the limited supply of small gold coins offering privacy advantages.

Call AmeriGold at 720 870-8021 to get a quote while supplies last.

Specs on British Sovereigns
.2354 oz. fine gold
Minted 1902-1930
Obverse
King Edward VII, George V
Reverse
King George Slaying Dragon
Uncirculated Coins

BRITISH SOVEREIGN
GOLD COIN

Investing in Precious Metals

Many Investment advisors recommend precious metals as part of a properly diversified portfolio to provide capital appreciation, liquidity, and a hedge against conventional paper assets. Because precious metals are counter-cyclical to paper assets, a diversification into gold, silver, and platinum can therefore reduce the total risk of your overall portfolio and preserve your wealth. History supports the premise that investment in precious metals is the best protection against uncertainties in the future.

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