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Collecting Gold and Silver Coins

June 29, 2010 by  
Filed under Silver Coins

Gold and silver coins have always been a very popular thing to collect. The condition of a coin can be one of the most significant factors in its value. There is a global standard for grading a gold or silver coin’s condition. This is called the Sheldon Scale with grades ranging from 1-70 with 70 being the highest grade possible, which indicates a gold or silver coin in flawless numismatic condition.

Three of the most trusted government grading companies are ANACS, NGC, and PCGS. The advantage of having a graded gold or silver coin from one of these trusted companies are, they are certified and ultrasonically sealed for preservation, presentation and long term value. The fact that these gold and silver coins are certified and graded by recognized experts makes them more valuable and desirable than ordinary, ungraded gold or silver bullion type coins.

Graded gold and silver coins are very special collectible coins. The values of these special gold and silver coins are based not only on their precious metal content, but also their rarity, demand and condition. The condition of a collectible gold or silver coin tells its true value. When you purchase a graded MS70 gold or silver coin you are purchasing a nearly flawless collectible coin, therefore purchasing a gold or silver coin of highest value.

Numis Network is a company that specializes in only the highest grade issued coins produced by the leading government mints worldwide. This enables Numis Network to provide a variety of expanding modern and past selection of MS70 collectible gold and silver coins that every collector must have.

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