US Coins | Rare Gold Coins

Austin Rare Coins specializes in rare and valuable Pre-1933 Gold Coins certified by NGC and PCGS. This area of the coin market offers solid value over the long-term and we focus on acquiring coins with exceptional eye appeal and strong price history.

Our Austin Coin Dealers are happy to assist you in finding the best selections for your goals and objectives. Questions or need advice? Call 1-800-928-6468, we're happy to help.

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  1. 1856 S $5 Liberty PCGS AU 58 from SS Central America
    Now Only $9,150.00 Regular Price $9,300.00
  2. 1842 Charlotte $5 Liberty PCGS Ext. Fine from SS Central America
    Now Only $14,500.00 Regular Price $15,000.00
  3. 1882 New Orleans $10 Liberty NGC MS 60
    Now Only $10,900.00 Regular Price $11,520.00
  4. 1878 $3 Princess NGC MS 65 Plus
    Now Only $13,650.00 Regular Price $14,030.00
  5. 1857-S $20 Liberty PCGS MS-64 - Ship of Gold
    Now Only $11,500.00 Regular Price $11,662.00
  6. 1857-S $20 Liberty PCGS MS-62 - Ship of Gold
    Now Only $8,695.00 Regular Price $9,106.00
  7. 1857-S $20 Liberty PCGS MS-61 - Ship of Gold
    Now Only $8,450.00 Regular Price $8,568.00

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Old Coins for Sale

An old coin can be worth nothing or, if it is rare, could be worth a lot of money. What makes a coin valuable is first the rarity of a coin, which is determined by how many survivors are still in existence. Second the condition… where beauty plays a major part in the value of a coin. And, third, the demand or driving force that can make an old coin extremely valuable. These factors alone determine the quality, rarity, and historical significance investors and collectors are looking for.

The best way to make sure your coins are worth something is to check out our “What Are My Old Coins Worth” page in our learning center. Or, speak to a rare coin advisor at Austin Rare Coins & Bullion….. They have an impeccable reputation in the rare coin market with some of the finest rarities known in the world ---they also have also a perfect A + rating from the Better Business Bureau!



US $20 Gold Coins

The first $20 gold coins, also referred to as “Double Eagles”, were struck in 1850. There are two main series of $20 gold coins. The first is the Liberty Head Series, struck from 1850-1907. The second series, called the $20 St. Gaudens, were issued from 1907 until 1933. Containing just under an ounce (.9675 ounces) of pure gold, these coins are highly popular with collectors and investors today.



US $10 Gold Coins

There are two types of U.S. $10 gold coins. The Liberty Head $10 gold coin and the Indian $10 gold coins.

The Obverse of the Liberty Head coin shows Liberty facing left, encircled by 13 stars with the word "Liberty" on her hair band while the reverse features an eagle with a shield on its breast.

Next, the obverse of the $10 Indians shows Lady Liberty crowned with a war bonnet encircled by 13 stars with the word "Liberty" on her hair band and the Reverse features a majestic bald eagle. Both these coins are highly popular with collectors and investors today.

All coins come in a range of dates and have been graded and certified by either NGC or PCGS - the top two grading services in the business. Be sure to call and talk to an Austin Gold Coin Advisors to give you more details about $10 gold coins… or assist you in finding any other coins you are looking for.

United States $5 Gold Coins

The first $5 gold coins, also referred to as “Half-Eagles”, were struck in 1839. There are two main series of $5 gold coins. The first is the Liberty Head Series, struck from 1839-1908. The second series, called the $5 Indians, were issued from 1908 until 1929 and issued with a unique “incuse” design with the details carved into the surfaces of the coin.

United States $2.5 Gold Coins

The first $2 1/2 gold coins, also referred to as “Quarter-Eagles”, were struck in 1840. There are two main series of $5 gold coins. The first is the Liberty Head Series, struck from 1839-1908. The second series, called the $5 Indians, were issued from 1908 until 1929 and issued with a unique “incuse” design with the details carved into the surfaces of the coin. Containing just under an eighth of an ounce (.1209 ounces) of pure gold, these coins are highly popular with collectors and investors today. All coins listed in this section have been graded and certified by PCGS or NGC, the top two grading services in the business. Questions? ust give us a call and we will be happy to help.

Celebrating 30 years in business in 2019, Austin Rare Coins & Bullion has learned that by offering one-on-one investment advice you can save investors thousands of dollars, and expensive mistakes made by inexperienced beginners. Let an Austin Rare Coin Advisor help you today to get started with your Rare Coin Collection!