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In 1795, the U.S. Mint issued its very first gold coins. During the Great Depression, Franklin Roosevelt passed laws which prohibited Americans from purchasing or storing monetary gold, which led to millions of gold coins being turned over to the treasury where they were then melted into bars.

Historical and Modern U.S. Gold Coins

Pre-1933 American gold coins are exceptionally rare, and are sought after by collectors. Popular pre-1933 gold coins include the Gold Indian Head and Saint Gaudens Double Eagle coins. Other popular coins from this period are the $10 and $5 Liberty gold coins. The most popular modern American gold coins are the Gold Eagles.

Why You Should Buy US Gold from LPM

Precious metals serve as an excellent hedge against inflation, and are often purchased for wealth preservation reasons. Other people purchase gold coins for aesthetic purposes, adding them to their collections and passing them down as heirlooms from one generation to the next. Regardless of your reasoning for buying US gold, it is important to purchase it from a source that is dependable. LPM has established itself as a leading precious metals dealer in Asia, and we are the brand you can trust.

Our success stems from our emphasis on superb customer service, excellent pricing and our large inventory. Due to the distributorships that we've established with various mints throughout the world, we're able to acquire gold coins at wholesale prices, which translate into great prices for our customers. We guarantee the authenticity of each product we sell, so why look anywhere else? Choose LPM today if you want to buy US gold at great prices!

LPM Is An Authorized Distributor & Official Partner Of...

  • Perth mint
  • Australian Government Mint
  • The Singapore Mint
  • PAMP
  • Austrian Mint
  • Mint Of Poland
  • Banco De Mexico
  • The Royal Mint
  • Rand Refinery
  • New Zealand Mint
  • Royal Canadian Mint
  • NGC
  • PCG