Thursday, September 06, 2012

Why Rare Coin Prices Don’t Always Track Gold Futures

In the last four years, gold futures have risen more than 70%.

However, prices for rare gold coins, such as the $20 St. Gaudens series, haven’t matched the gains.

A 1909 piece minted in Denver, assigned a grade of MS-65 by PCGS, sold at a Heritage auction for $34,500 in . . .

Read more at MarketWatch

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