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US Gold Coins

US Mint Gold Coins are manufactured and released by the US mint. These are great ways to invest in gold. They are created in the form of bullion, usually in the shape of an eagle. The gold content in these USA mint gold coins is usually one Troy ounce, although some can be much smaller as well as larger.

US Mint Gold coins are considered one of the best ways to invest in precious metals because they offer several benefits. Investing in gold has been a popular choice for generations and is one of the best ways to diversify your portfolio. This option can offer you both stability and security as well. Being secure in your investment means having the right security and this comes in the form of a stable source of income if interest in the market declines. This can keep you from losing everything if interest rates rise significantly.

We can easily buy, sell, and trade US Mint Gold Coins from reputable bullion dealers. This makes it easy to buy or sell at any time of the day or night. Many people are purchasing these popular gold coins from USA mint as a means of diversifying their investments and protecting their financial future. Buying and selling gold coins from the US mint is simply finding the right dealer and design.

US Mint

The United States Mint is the official mint of the United States and was established on 2 April 1972 by an Act of Congress that declared that “a mint for a national coinage” be established. In 1795, the United States Mint started producing gold coins for circulation. The use of gold in U.S. coins was stopped in 1933. It did not return to circulation until 1986 with the introduction of the Gold American Eagle series. While the American Eagle Gold collections are still recognized as legal tender by the government, they have not circulated the same way as the Pre-1933 gold coins were.

The American Gold Eagle series was a most popular gold coin and a massive success in 1986. Demand for these coins has remained strong over the years. In 2006, the government decided to begin producing its first-ever 24k gold coin, American Buffalo Gold. These two series remain the most sought-after among investors. However, the U.S. Mint also has commemorative coins each year to honor various historical events and significant historical figures. These coins, which are commemorative gold coins and pre-1933 U.S. Gold coins, are prevalent in the collectible market.

Popular Gold Coins From US Mints

The US Gold Coins have a long history and are well known for their classic designs and high levels of gold content and are among the most sought gold coins in the world. Following is the list of popular US Gold Coins :

American Eagle Gold Coins: 

The American Eagle Gold coin is one of the most treasured US Gold coins because of its design. The design of the American gold eagle is highly appreciated by investors and collectors all over the world due to its easily identifiable appearance. The American Gold Eagles are the official gold bullion of the united states and were first released in 1986 by the US Mint after the authorization under the Gold Bullion Act of 1985. These gold eagles are produced using gold mined exclusively in the United States of America.

The American Eagle Gold Coins are made of 22k gold, which means that these gold coins are alloyed with silver and copper for durability. The obverse of these American Eagle gold coins is based on Saint Gaudens Double Eagle, designed by Augustus Saint Gaudens. The obverse side of these gold coins features an iconic image of a Lady Liberty with her long hair striding forward on the mountaintop with rays of the sun behind her, holding a torch in her right hand and an olive branch in her left hand. The word “Liberty” is depicted just above Lady Liberty.

The reverse side of American gold eagles features a family of American bald eagles surrounded by an encircling shield which was designed by sculptor Miley Busiek. The male bald American eagle with an olive branch on its talon flying above its nest where the female bald eagle, along with her young, is awaiting. The inscriptions “E Pluribus Unum,” “In God We Trust,” and “United States of America” can also be seen on the reverse side, along with weight, purity, and denomination displayed.

American Buffalo Gold Coins:

The American Buffalo gold Coins  are the only 24k official bullion coin in America. These gold coins from the U.S. mint are famous among investors and collectors due to their catchy classic design. The American Gold Buffalo was first released in 2006 by the United States Mint after the authorization by Congress in early 2002 under Public Law 107-212 by the U.S. Mint as its official 24-karat gold bullion coin.
The American Buffalo Gold Coins’ Obverse Side features James Earle Fraser’s iconic design, “Buffalo Head Nickel,” which was first used on Indian Head and Buffalo Nickel between 1913 and 1938. This image depicts a Native American chief in a traditional headdress. His hair is braided, and he is facing right. The Noble Native American, on its obverse, is thought to be an aggregate of chiefs from different tribes: Two Moons, Cheyenne, Big Tree, Kiowa and Iron Tail, and Lakota Sioux. The term “LIBERTY” and the year of mintage is also inscribed on the obverse side of these American Buffalo.

The reverse depicts a majestic American Buffalo. These designs were inspired by the Black diamond, a 1560-pound bison that lived in New York City’s Central Park Zoo during the early 20th Century. The top of the design features “UNITED STATES OFFICES OF AMERICA,” while “E PLURIBUS UNUM,” In GOD WE TRUST, and “$50 1 Oz.” FINE Gold arcs along the bottom edge.

Pre-1933 U.S. Gold Coins:

Pre-1933 U.S. Gold Coins are exclusively rare pieces of American Gold coinage. These coins were produced between 1794 through 1933 when President Franklin D. Roosevelt signed an executive order making it illegal for U.S. people to possess gold coins to prevent stockpiling gold, helping jumpstart the declining U.S. economy. Those possessing gold coins were obliged to return them to the U.S. Treasury to melt them down and transform them into gold bars. Even though most of these coins have been taken out of circulation, some exceptional gold coins survived to be sold on the market.

There are many designs and sizes for pre-1933 coins, ranging from—1209 oz to.96755 oz. The Indian Head, Saint Gaudens, and Liberty Head are the most common designs. The profile photo of a Native American Chief is depicted on the Indian Head Gold Coins. Saint Gaudens Gold Coins feature Augustus Saint-Gaudens’ design of Lady Liberty walking with an olive branch and torch in her hands. The Capitol Building is engraved in the background. Profile picture of the Liberty Head Gold Coin with a coronet on her head.

Why Should you buy US Gold Coins?

US mint gold coins are a good investment because they offer benefits such as diversification and investment protection. These coins are a good investment because of their beautiful designs, presentation, and consistent quality. US gold coins are a good investment when you want to protect your investment in the face of currency fluctuations. Below are some of the reasons to buy USA mint gold coins:

  • The USA gold coins are a good investment because they are beautiful, popular, and offer excellent value.
  • These US mint gold coins make a good investment because of their age. These coins are known to have been in circulation longer than most other currencies, making them more valuable and have more historical value. Many people choose older US mint coins over others because of their historical significance and because they are a safer investment than newer coins.
  • US Gold coins are priced very reasonably relative to other gold coins. For this reason, investing in US Gold bullion coins is an excellent investment. You can quickly turn around and sell your USA gold coins after a few years if the market requires it. These gold coins from USA mints are a significant long-term investment for any investor. They make excellent short-term investments as well.

If you’re looking for a way to diversify your portfolio without spending too much money, you should consider buying US Mint Gold bullion Coins. This way, you can diversify without limiting your expenses. You can also choose from several USA Mint Gold Coins designs that appeal to your tastes and interests. When you buy the best coins, you’ll get excellent value for your investment while diversifying your portfolio and protecting yourself against inflation. This can be done with the US Gold coins.

Buying US Mint Gold Bullion Coins from Bullion Trading LLC

Bullion Trading LLC is a great place to start if you’re looking for US Gold Coins. Bullion Trading LLC offers British gold coins at the best online prices. Please visit our Gold Coins page before placing an order. We also stock many other bullion products such as silver coins and gold bars.

We’re happy to answer your questions about anything related to gold bars and coins. You can buy US Gold coins anytime between Mon-Thu 8:15 AM and 4 PM EST and Fri 8:15 AM to 1 pm EST by visiting our physical store located in New York. You can also order these gold coins online. We offer an easy-to-use online checkout. All transactions are secured so you don’t have to worry about anything. Don’t hesitate to contact us at 646-362-3536 or email us at if you have any questions.


Are US Gold Coins a good investments?

US gold coins can be a good investment, but there are factors to consider, such as the premium you pay for the coins and their liquidity. It's essential to research and carefully consider your investment goals and risk tolerance before investing in gold coins or any other type of investment.

How much is US gold coins worth?

The value of US gold coins depends on the specific type of coin, the gold content of the cash, and the current market price of gold. Some US gold coins are worth more for their historical value or rarity than their gold content.

Which gold coins is best in USA?

The American Eagle and the American Buffalo are the most popular US gold coins. These coins are widely recognized and accepted, and the US government guarantees their gold content.

Why buy US gold coins?

US gold coins can be a good investment option because they are a tangible asset that has historically held its value and can be a hedge against inflation.


Terms & Conditions

Trading in gold and other precious metals is risky because the market is volatile. Past performance is not indicative of future returns. This is why we encourage you to read Our Terms and Conditions carefully before making purchases, selling, or placing orders with BULLIONTRADING LLC. Refer to Safety Tips from the CFTC (Commodity Future Trading Commission). These terms and conditions apply to all orders, all purchases, and all sales made through our website, telephone, or other channels.

In the event you do not fully understand the terms of this agreement, BULLIONTRADING LLC strongly encourages you to consult with your own experts. BULLION TRADING enters into transactions with customers on the reliance and belief that clients are aware of, understand, and agree to these terms.

These terms and conditions are effective as of March 11, 2022, and are binding to all new and existing customers and users.


The prices for gold, silver, platinum and palladium coins and bars keep on fluctuating because of the risk factors that cause price volatility. The risk factors include political development, war, pandemics, demand, and supply. It is important to keep this in mind when transacting with BULLIONTRADING LLC.

The Ordering Process

BULLIONTRADING LLC. Does Not speculate on the prices of precious metals. This means that we don’t make profits by buying gold when the prices are low and selling when prices go up. BULLIONTRADING LLC generates revenue through premium spreads. This is the difference between what Bullion Trading LLC pays & sells these items for.

Orders and inquiries can be made through our website, phone, or other suitable channels. Contact Us for information.


Inquiries are made by customers who are not ready to transact immediately. Customers can contact us or go online at to get current market prices. The price quote and quantity available are subject to change. They can also contact us for guidance on buying and selling bullion coins and bars. You should note that the Price Quotations you receive when inquiring are Estimates because the prices of bullion coins and bars fluctuate daily, and the number of our stock changes all the time.

For example, The U.S Mint sets premium and minimum prices for American Eagles. Prices for American Eagles are determined by the current price of gold, silver, platinum, or palladium. The mint also charges a modest premium to cater to the cost of distribution and marketing. Consequently, the price of bullion coins and bars changes daily as the markets for gold, silver, platinum, and palladium fluctuates. Refer to the United States Mint’s Charges for Authorized Dealers.


Orders are made when customers are ready to transact immediately. The prices you get when ordering bullion coins and bars from us are an accurate reflection of the current market prices. Note that once you place an order, the prices are locked and are no longer subject to market conditions.

An order is placed when you finalized negotiations with our agents and an invoice is generated, not when the payment is made. Ordering and then bailing out or canceling after an invoice is generated makes BULLIONTRADING LLC incur losses. We incur losses because when you place an order, we consider the bullion coin or bar sold and will have hedged ourselves accordingly.

Disclaimer: To protect our company from losses, BULLIONTRADING LLC has implemented a Market Loss Policy.

Market Loss Policy Explained

An order starts when you finalize the deal with our agents, not when the payment is made. We generate an invoice immediately the deal is sealed either through our website or phone. We also count the bullion coin or bar as sold and will have hedged ourselves accordingly.

Customers who place orders, have invoices generated, and then cancel thereafter make us incur losses. To protect ourselves we have implemented a market loss policy. This means that you will incur penalties for ordering, having an invoice generated, and then bailing out. Once an order is placed, prices are locked and not subject to market conditions.

The moment you place an order an invoice is generated. If you cancel, and then gold prices decline you make us incur a loss. It is your responsibility to offset this loss if your order is canceled and your funds are returned. If this happens you will pay for the loss caused by a decline in the price of gold after a sale is made plus a cancellation fee of $35.00. This is our market loss policy.

To remain transparent and protect ourselves from risk we might require credit card information from every customer even if payment will be received through a different channel. We also will ask for immediate confirmation of the amount locked in. This gives us an avenue to compensate ourselves for losses in the event a customer places an order and then fails to pay.

However, if the price of bullion coins and bars stays the same, we usually don’t enforce our market loss policy because we don’t incur losses. If the price goes down we charge a market loss fee which is equal to the amount BULLIONTRADING LLC would have lost because of the unpaid order.


Bullion Trading LLC only accepts payments in the form of bank transfers, certified checks or personal checks. The method you use to pay us is determined by the number of bullion coins and bars you are willing to buy from us as follows:

  • Orders ranging from $1,000 to $5,500 should be paid via any option listed above and must be received within 2 business days from the time the order was made.
  • Orders ranging from $5,500.01 to $10,000 should be paid by bank wire, certified check, cashier’s check, money orders, or personal check, and must be received within 2 business days from the time the order was made.
  • Orders ranging from $10,000.01 to $25,000 should be paid by bank wire, certified check, and must be received within 2 business days from the time the order was placed.
  • Over $25,000.01 should be paid by bank wire and must be received within 1 business day from the time the order was placed.

If Using A Credit Card You Are Agreeing To The Following Terms:

  • I understand and agree that should I dispute the credit card charge through my credit card provider, I will have breached the contract as well as committed a credit card fraud.
  • I waive any charge-back rights. In the event of a dispute, and I request for a refund it must be made through the Bullion Trading LLC Arbitration Procedure described herein under Bullion Trading LLC.
  • Dispute resolution: I understand that all sales are final. There are NO EXCHANGES or REFUNDS.
  • I cannot receive a refund from Bullion Trading LLC, nor can I request the funds from my credit card company.
  • I also agree to waive any charge-back rights in the event of a dispute.


You agree that you have sufficient experience and knowledge to make informed decisions to purchase from and/or sell to BULLION TRADING LLC. You openly acknowledge that you are making all of your decisions in connection with purchases and/or sales. BULLION TRADING LLC is not making any decision on your behalf concerning purchases and sales.

You also openly acknowledge that you are subject to a variety of risks that are beyond the control of BULLION TRADING LLC. You openly acknowledge that BULLION TRADING LLC is not liable or responsible for the risks you incur while trading with us. Those risks include, without limitation, risks associated with the price volatility of bullion coins and bars. Market conditions or other disruptions such as technical problems may make it impossible for you to liquidate bullion coins and bars bought from us. You have the freedom to liquid the coins and bars at market prices acceptable to you.


All investments involve risk – bullion coins and bars are no exception. The value of bullion coins (e.g., American Eagles or Maple Leafs) is affected by many economic factors. The current market price of bullion coins and bars is determined by perceived scarcity and other factors. Some of these factors include quality, current demand, and general market sentiment.

The price of bullion coins and bars keeps on fluctuating and this means that they are not a suitable investment for everyone. Since all investments, including bullion coins and bars, can decline in value, you should make an informed decision. It is a good idea to have adequate cash reserves and disposable income before investing in bullion coins and bars.


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(a) Any breach of any representation or warranty made by you to BULLION TRADING LLC or,

(b) Failure to comply with these terms and conditions or the policies adopted by BULLION TRADING LLC.


You acknowledge that you are subject to the limitations of liability contained in these terms and conditions, the disclaimer, and other policies adopted by BULLION TRADING LLC.

If you suffer indirect, punitive, or speculative damages BULLION TRADING LLC is not liable to you. Any transaction between us and you pursuant to these terms and conditions, and any liability of BULLION TRADING LLC to you shall be limited to:

(a) The amount, if any, that you paid in such transaction or,

(b) $100 compensation. We are not, in any event, liable for any indirect, punitive, or speculative damages.


BULLION TRADING LLC has adopted a Privacy Policy that is included in these terms and conditions. Our privacy policy protects your identity and credit card information.

BULLION TRADING LLC privacy policies are found in the Disclaimer, Ordering Policy, and the protection of credit card information. These terms and conditions may be updated from time to time depending on the market forces and the legal landscape.


Upon any failure by you to comply with your obligations to BULLION TRADING LLC, the company shall pursue the rights and the remedies available to us. Either by law, through equity, or otherwise. It includes without limitation rights and remedies under these terms and conditions.

Breaching our rights may make BULLION TRADING LLC turn your account over to a collection agency, or a lawyer for collection. BULLION TRADING LLC will not fail in exercising any rights or pursuing any remedies in the case we suffer losses or damages.

Note: Failure by you to comply with these terms and conditions, may make BULLION TRADING LLC charge the credit card on which you have provided. This includes without limitation any and all market losses incurred by BULLION TRADING LLC, including cancellation fees, for ordering and then canceling at the last minute. You openly authorize BULLION TRADING LLC to charge your credit card for all losses caused by you violating our ordering policy.


BULLION TRADING LLC is an authorized dealer and a professional organization. We maintain a professional relationship with all our clients. We don’t enter into relationships such as agent-principal relationships, employee-employer relationships, franchisee-franchisor relationships, joint venture relationships, and partnership relationships with our clients.


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If you violate these terms and conditions BULLION TRADING LLC will take action against you. It may include without limitation, turning your account over to a collection agency, or a lawyer for collection. You shall pay all of the costs and the expenses incurred by BULLION TRADING LLC, including without limitation to reasonable attorney’s fees.


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Because we value the relationship with our clients, we opt for arbitration or mediation as a channel for dispute resolution instead of going straight to state/federal courts. However, if arbitration or mediation fails, we may be forced to take legal action in state/federal courts in the State of New York.


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