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Bank Wire Price: $780.68 
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Pre-1933 Gold Coins for Collectors and Investors Nationwide from IDC Coin and Bullion


Pre-1933 gold coins are some of the most popular pieces in the coin and bullion industry, revered for both their rarity and historical value. These coins are ideal for both numismatic and investment purposes, and here at IDC Coin, we’re proud to feature a wide selection of pre-1933 gold coins for collectors and investors alike. Plus, because we have been in the coin and bullion business for decades, we’re able to offer sound, professional advice on selecting the best gold coin pieces for your unique needs. 

Before you begin exploring our selection of pre-1933 gold coins, you may want to learn more about what makes these pieces so valuable. In 1933, during the Great Depression, President Roosevelt passed acts that made it illegal for American citizens to possess gold, so all gold coins had to be sent back to the U.S. Treasury. Collectors were the only people exempt from this rule, and most of the gold coins that were given up were melted down. Any gold US coins minted before 1933 that remain today are prized for their relative scarcity, and a 1933 Saint-Gaudens Double Eagle recently sold at an auction for a record price of $7.59 million. 

Some of the many pre-33 rare coins we carry at IDC Coin and Bullion include Gold Indian Heads, Gold Liberty Heads, and Gold Eagles. To learn more about buying pre-1933 gold coins for your numismatic or investment needs, contact us today.