Seeing double – 1976 Olympic commemorative coins

By far, the most common gold coins that we see in gold packs and at gold parties are the 1976 Olympic Commemorative coins issued by the Canadian Mint. There were two different coins issued at that time, and they are of vastly different worth to gold buyers, but both carry a face value of $100! So, if you have a 1976 gold Olympic commemorative coin, here’s how to tell what you have. Can you...

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What Happens to Old Gold?

Often at our Montreal gold parties we get asked about what we do with people’s old gold jewellery.  Though we’ve never received the same question from our gold mail-in program clients, I thought that I might share the information in any case. Some of you might be curious. Typically, the question arises from a fear that we are buying unwanted jewellery, cleaning it up and selling it...

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Krugerrand and Canadian Gold Coins Are the Most Popular Gold Bullion Coins in the World

Krugerrand gold and the Canadian gold maple leaf coin are the two most traded gold bullion coins in the world. According to US gold dealer Regal Assets, the Krugerrand is the most traded historically with the Canadian gold valued for it’s purity. Recently the Krugerrand was sold out at the Rand Refinery by an anonymous Swiss buyer and the Canadian Royal Mint was a week behind for gold...

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