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Founded in the year 1792, the United States Mint today is one of the world’s most popular bullion mints. Today the US Mint is the largest producer and distributor of government guaranteed, investment grade silver bullion coins and gold bullion coins.
The US Mint issues the world’s most purchased and well recognized bullion coins in the world.
Long-term bullion owners often choose bullion coins and bars with high demand gold hallmarks or silver hallmarks guaranteed by governments.
American Eagle Bullion Coins carry United States legal tender face values and a guarantee of authenticity enforced by the US government, specifically the US Secret Service.
American Silver Eagle coins are the official silver bullion coin of the United States Mint. Silver Eagle bullion coins have been in production since 1986. The Silver American Eagle coin is considered by many industry experts, the best silver coin selection in the silver bullion market.
Over 500,000,000 ounces of Silver American Eagle coins have been purchased by investors and coin collectors around the world. These US Mint silver coins are the world’s most popular silver bullion coin in terms of overall sales volumes.
Each 1 oz American Silver Eagle coin contains .999 fine silver and 1 troy ounce weight guaranteed. The U.S.A.’s Secret Service enforces the government’s American Silver Eagle coin guarantee.
Silver American Eagle coins are currently exempt from IRS 1099-B silver dealer reporting requirements in the United States. This means investors can sell any amount of American Silver Eagle coins to a bullion dealer in the USA and that bullion dealer is not required to file a 1099 on the transaction. This makes the American Silver Eagle coins one of the most private assets an investor can wholly own unencumbered, outright, in hand.
Silver US Mint bullion coins are offered in 1 oz silver coin sizes by a network of silver bullion coin dealers throughout the world.
The United States Mint makes 2 official versions of gold bullion coins, one comprised of .916 or 22k gold, the other in .9999 fine 24k gold bullion.
American Gold Eagle coins are the official 22k gold bullion coin of the United States Mint. US Mint bullion Gold Eagle coins have been in production since 1986.
The 22k Gold American Eagle coin is considered by many industry experts, the best gold bullion coin selection in the physical gold bullion market. American Gold Eagle coins are the most popular gold coin in the world in terms of overall sales volumes.
Over 20,000,000 ounces of 22k Gold American Eagle coins have been purchased by investors and coin collectors around the world.
American Gold Buffalo coins are the official 24k gold bullion coin of the United States Mint. US Mint bullion Gold Buffalo coins have been in production since 2006.
Just over 2,000,000 ounces of 24k Gold American Buffalo coins have been purchased since the coin began mintage in 2006.
Some bullion buyers believe the lower mintage of 24k Buffalo Gold Coins makes them scarcer and thus a better value. In terms of the bullion market’s overall price per ounce, the US Mint’s official 22k and 24k gold bullion coin prices are very similar. Some bullion buyers prefer the 22k Gold Eagle coin due to its resistance to wear and wrapping.
The U.S. government guarantees that both American Gold Eagle coins and American Gold Buffalo coins contain the explicitly stamped gold content and troy ounce weight struck on each coin. The U.S.A.’s Secret Service enforces the government’s official gold bullion coin program defending against any potential counterfeits while aggressively prosecuting any would be counterfeiters.
Modern US Mint gold coins are currently exempt from IRS 1099-B gold dealer reporting requirements in the United States. This means investors can sell any amount of American Gold Eagle coins or American Gold Buffalo Coins to a bullion dealer in the USA, and that bullion dealer is not required to file a 1099 on the transaction. This makes the American Eagle Gold coin and Gold Buffalo coin some of the most private assets an investor can own outright.
At the beginning of 1975, American citizens were once again legally permitted to own physical gold bullion bar and coins in large quantity (more than 5 troy ounces per citizen).
Ten years later, the US Congress enacted various legislations that helped launch the American Gold Eagle Coin and American Silver Eagle Coin into investor portfolios around the globe.
US Mint locations include:
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