“The number one thing people say to me is, ‘You know, I’m not a collector.’”— Eric Sepanek, Scottsdale Bullion & Coin Founder
If this is your mindset, you could be overlooking the gold and silver opportunities with the greatest upside potential. Investors with experience know not to overlook the rare coin market.
Because history, rarity, and demand can allow for substantial returns on these coins beyond the value of their precious metals content. Rare coins are a store of value, and their upside potential can be exponential.
Let’s look at two perfect examples of this…
MS-63 1799 Draped Bust Dollar
In the early 2000s, you could have bought an MS-63 1799 Draped Bust Dollar for a little bit north of $20,000. Today, the coin can fetch about $65,000. Growth has been steady and significant for the past couple of decades.
What’s this coin got on its bullion counterparts?
History. The Draped Bust Dollar was minted the year George Washington died. Just think about how young America was. What a vibrant, bustling country it was to behold. These coins are a testament to America’s early glory, illuminating our great history in every sculpted star
Rarity. 423,515 coins. That’s all the U.S. Mint struck in 1799. NGC has graded only 18 coins in Mint State 63. Only 19 higher Mint State coins exist.
Demand. The $45,000 jump in value over the last twenty years SAYS IT ALL: buyers WANT this coin, and they’ll pay a hefty premium to get their hands on it.
The Biggest U.S. Coins Ever Minted?
What are they? How big is their upside potential?
You’ll have to watch the video above to find out. See their storied history—and the country’s—Now.
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