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Priced just 12.9% over spot gold - the lowest acqusition premium ever

All coins officially graded and encapsulated by PCGS/NGC

Only ~500,000 coins total have achieved grade MS 63
(PCGS & NGC combined population)

Obvious scarcity at such a low premium sets stage
for compelling double-barrel profit potential

In a world where stocks march ever higher, real estate prices remain strong, and fads like Bitcoin steal headlines, it is admittedly easy to overlook the gold market. Yet, it is this very environment that has created unprecedented opportunities like our November offer. When it comes to investing, time and time again, it is those that buck the trend, that see the stampede and go the opposite direction, that are the most handsomely rewarded.

Take a moment and watch this 15 minute video on safeguarding your money in these uncertain times. It will be well worth your time...

Mint State 63 St. Gaudens occupy a unique space as the least expensive Choice Grade Historic US coins, offering owners what essentially amounts to the lowest-risk premium potential in the entire gold market. Given their proximity to the spot price of gold (especially at current levels), their underlying value is driven primarily by the price of gold itself. But in times of market stress, they take on a decidedly different persona....

Check out the graph below to see what these coins did in 2008/9. For all of 2007 and into early 2008, they traded at a modest 25% premium to spot gold (which is still 10+% higher than current). By late 2008, as demand took off, they started to rise dramatically, quickly outpacing the gold market itself. Over the ensuing year, demand reached a fevered pitch, the gold price advanced respectably (nearly $250/oz), while MS63 $20 St's literally exploded in value. After all was said and done, MS63 $20 St's nearly double in value in just over a year, outpacing gold by an aggregate of $700 per coin, while providing an additional return of roughly 60%. 

It is certainly ironic that 2007 was a year that was eerily similar - in ways well beyond just the gold market - to what we're seeing today.