1/2 oz Gold Coin / Round (Varied Condition - Mint of Our Choice)
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1/2 ounce gold rounds and coins are a practical way for new bullion investors to add to their gold portfolio. These miscellaneous rounds and coins are generally sourced from the secondary market, fully tested, and selected from current inventory. Miscellaneous 1/2 ounce gold coins and rounds will ship in a variety of shapes and conditions from diverse mints including the US Mint, Royal Canadian Mint, Perth Mint, Republic Metals, and Scottsdale Mint, among others. Each coin or round is tested to ensure that it contains a full 1/2 troy ounce of gold, although the full purity of the coin may vary.
Condition of these items may vary greatly from item to item. Please note that all sales from this listing are final. No exchanges for reasons relating to cosmetic appearance, mint, or form will be accepted.
A fascination with gold can be traced back for thousands of years, and it has been referenced numerous times through many ancient documents including the Bible. The first solid evidence of human interaction with gold as a financial medium is said to have occurred around 3,000 B.C. in ancient Egypt when Egyptians developed the first known currency exchange ratio. Gold was first discovered in the United States in 1782, but the first gold rush didn’t occur until 1799 when a young boy discovered a 17-pound gold nugget in Cabarrus County, North Carolina. Other notable gold rushes in U.S. history include Alaska in 1896 and California in 1848.
Gold bullion has been identified as a treasured precious metal for thousands of years. Gold items are both attractive in appearance and resistant to corrosion over time, which make them a beautiful symbol of wealth and power. Buying gold coins and rounds can be a way to add stability to an investment portfolio because of gold’s steadfast value during times of economic uncertainty. Trading or selling gold coins or rounds on any market can be managed in a simple transaction because gold coins and rounds are recognized worldwide as a medium of exchange.