We offer a complete product range of AMERICAN GOLD EAGLE, American Gold Eagle Coins, BURNISHED AMERICAN GOLD EAGLES, 24-KARAT GOLD BRACELET and Pure Gold Bars
For the first time in its 215-year history, the United States Mint is offering a 24-karat gold bullion coin. The design is based on the original Indian Head Buffalo nickel. Containing one ounce of .9999 gold, these lustrous coins are among the world's purest gold coins in terms of the fineness of the metal they contain. Each coin contains its full, stated weight of pure gold, which by law, must be taken from newly mined sources in America. 1 Full Troy Ounce Pure Gold • Genuine Legal Tender from the United States Mint • 24 Karat Gold .9999 Fine Gold • “Early Releases” Designation
In 2006 the United States Mint launched a series of American Gold Eagle coins dubbed "Burnished Uncirculated" or simply "Uncirculated." The coins feature a light matte finish designed to fill a niche between the Mint's brilliant uncirculated bullion and proof issues. However, their most distinctive feature is the prestigious West Point mint mark. Many of the Mint's most finely crafted and low mintage issues bear the "W" mint mark, giving all coins struck there special mystique and appeal to investor-collectors everywhere. When the first wave of major financial crises hit in 2008, the Mint found it was unable to keep up with demand for gold coinage and suspended the burnished program entirely for 2009 & 2010. Later, in 2011, the Mint brought back a single denomination of the "Burnished Uncirculated" American Gold Eagle in the one ounce $50 issue. This limited offering has spurred interest in the entire series, now seen as even more special and limited than originally intended. The 2013 issue holds the distinction of being the second lowest minted coin in the entire American Eagle Gold Program.
The 50th Anniversary Kennedy Half–Dollar Silver Coin Collection includes four Kennedy half–dollar coins struck in 90% silver in four different finishes, one from each of the U.S. Mint’s coin production facilities. Something special for any collector or the perfect gift! This beautiful silver four–coin set was designed to commemorate the 50th anniversary of the Kennedy half–dollar first released in 1964. Each coin features the Kennedy portrait design on the obverse (heads) with the year 2014. The set includes four Kennedy half–dollar coins struck in 90% silver in four different finishes, one from each of the U.S. Mint’s coin production facilities: One Reverse Proof (REV. PF-70) coin from the U.S. Mint at West Point One Proof (PF-70) coin from the U.S. Mint at Philadelphia One Enhanced Uncirculated (SP-70) coin from the U.S. Mint at San Francisco. This is a special wire brushing technique used in Philadelphia for the first time. The obverse in the areas of the effigy (portrait), lettering, and border will all receive a heavy laser frosting treatment. On the reverse, the lettering and border will each receive a heavy laser frosting treatment. Other elements of the eagle will receive a standard (moderate) laser frosting treatment to enhance certain artistic detail. The stars will receive a laser polish technique to accentuate them against the field. One Uncirculated (MS-70) coin from the U.S. Mint at Denver
Listed as one of the "Top 50 most popular modern coins", these 1999 $10 W mint American Gold Eagle coins were struck in error by the mint during the Y2K scare. At that time, only proof gold eagles were supposed to bear the "W" mint mark, but due to the high demand at the time, we suspect a proof die was put into service by mistake. Only 6, 000 $10 pieces were minted - this is one of the rarest coins in U.S. Mint history by mintage number. IPM has been recommending coins of this caliber for years. The performance and rarity of this coin makes it not only an incredible gift, but also an heirloom that can be passed down for generations. In mint state PCGS 69 grade, there are only 1305 of these coins on the planet. Past value performance has been strong, seeing this coin go up in value despite the decline in gold spot. Now offered exclusively for a limited time! In 1999, the U.S. Mint made a drastic mistake by producing the first Mint State $5 and $10 Gold Eagles bearing a “W” mint mark. In 1999, only Proof Gold Eagles were intended to bear the “W” mint mark. This mistake has left us with a lot of puzzling unanswered questions about the production and existence of the 1999-W $5 and $10 Mint State coins. The year turned out to be a very busy year for the U.S. Mint. It received a tremendous and unexpected demand for American Gold Eagles. The huge demand for 1999 Gold Eagles was more than likely created by collectors and investors who were worried about the upcoming Millennium Year and some of the potential issues that could have been created by Y2K. Many believe the Mint was in such a rush to produce 1999 Gold Eagles, that in an attempt to meet the public’s demand, it inadvertently mixed a proof die into service. Another possible theory is that the Mint may have intentionally put a proof die into service in order to meet the public’s demand. Whatever the case may be, we can be certain the coins should not exist today. Call your IPM Account Executive for more exciting details.
A Distinguished 5 Coin Signature Collection The Collection will come to you encapsulated and hand packaged in a custom designed, black matte hardwood presentation case. Certified to be ordered from the U.S. Mint on the very first day of availability! Each NGC coin label will feature the hand-signed signature of the 38th U.S. Mint Director, Edmund C. Moy! Mint State 70 - the Highest Possible Grade by NGC! Signature Sets will each have a Separate NGC Population. Maximum NGC Population: Only 295 Sets Available Legal Tender Minted by U.S. Mint Authorized by Congress Extremely Limited Inventory Sellout Expected! International Precious Metals has recently secured an allocation of NGC Certified 2017 American Eagle Mint State 70 Gold sets signed by the celebrated 38th Director of the United States Mint, Edmund C. Moy. These limited American Gold Eagle sets will include the $50, $25, $10 and $5 American Eagle Gold coins, each featuring the coveted "First day of Issue" pedigree from NGC. The NGC ‘First Day of Issue” label designates coins sold on the very first day of the U.S. Mint's release. MS-70 is the best grade a modern uncirculated coin can receive by NGC, the world's most recognized and respected coin grading services. The American eagle "First Day of Issue" Ed Moy signed set is also accompanied by a hand-signed Certificate of Authenticity by former Mint Director Edmund C. Moy. Only 295 limited edition certificates will be made and are available on a first come first served basis. Each certificate will also possess a limited edition number.
Limited VIP Allocation! 2016 W $50 Burnished American Gold Eagles "FIRST DAY of ISSUE" MS-70 by NGC Perfect MS-70 by NGC "First Day of Issue" Label Population: Only 465 Coins! 30th Anniversary Label "W" Mint Mark Independently graded by NGC, these specimens have been assigned the highest possible grade of Mint State 70. Please call an IPM account representative now at 1.800.781.2090 to claim your coveted "First Day of Issue" labeled coins while supplies last! Learn why this coin is important to your precious metals portfolio. In 2006 the United States Mint launched a series of American Gold Eagle coins dubbed "Burnished Uncirculated" or simply "Uncirculated". The coins feature a light matte finish designed to fill a niche between the Mint's brilliant uncirculated bullion and proof issues. However, their most distinctive feature is the prestigious West Point mint mark. Many of the Mint's most finely crafted and low mintage issues bear the "W" mint mark, giving all coins struck there special mystique and appeal to investor-collectors everywhere. When the first wave of major financial crises hit in 2008, the Mint found itself unable to keep up with demand for gold coinage and suspended the burnished program entirely for 2009 & 2010. Later in 2011, the Mint brought back a single denomination of the "Burnished Uncirculated" American Gold Eagle in the one ounce $50 issue. This limited offering has spurred interest in the entire series, now seen as even more special and limited than originally intended. IPM also has a limited number of previous-issue West Point Gold Eagle coins, including a variety of complete sets, like the 2008-W MS-70 collection. Similar sets for 2006 and 2007 are available as well. Call us for availability of sets and single coins from this series - we have special allocations reserved exclusively for IPM clients! Contact your IPM Representative and ask how we can help you determine a strategy to build a numismatic investment holding focused on these coins and related West Point Mint issues.
New Highly-Portable Store of Wealth Each bracelet is one troy ounce of 999.9 fine gold (24k) Sealed in a tamper-evident package for security Manufactured in the United States Perfect for gift giving or investing Perfect Fit - Suitable for a man or woman Handmade for individuality Dimensions: 6 cm x 7 cm outer diameter .5 cm thick Each bracelets come with a lifetime “renewal” guarantee which means that for the life of the product we will reshape and refinish the product to restore its original beauty and style.