This is the official blog of Atlanta Gold & Coin Buyers.
Our goal is to provide you with the most up-to-date information on the gold, silver and platinum markets, the latest coin news, exciting new coin inventory offerings and educational resources so that you can make a well informed decision with respect to buying or selling gold, silver, platinum, old or rare coins and bullion.
Though it has many industrial uses, platinum is also an attractive option for coins and bullion investors. As of August 2021, its spot price is $1,050 per ounce. Over the past few years, platinum has gained momentum as an investment-grade commodity, in part because it’s one of the rar
Initially released in June 2006, the American Gold Buffalo was the first 24-karat gold coin issued by the U.S. Mint, and it serves as a notable piece of American history. With a classic design that pays homage to James Earle Fraser, the one-ounce American Gold Buffalo boasts a face va
Most collectors and investors associate silver half dollars with 90% silver coins issued by the U.S. Mint in 1964 and earlier. After the Coinage Act of 1965, the composition of half dollars dropped from 90% silver to 40% silver. In 1971, the composition of the half dollar changed once
Experienced coin buyers and investors understand the vital distinction between the price and value of numismatic coins. Many factors impact how much a dealer may buy or sell coins for, so you should proceed cautiously with new investments. Before you make your next purchase or attempt
2021 marks the U.S. Mint’s release of new reverse designs for both the Gold Eagle and Silver Eagle coins. These changes denote a new standard design for both coins, replacing the original reverse eagle design. Preview what you can expect from the new coins. Celebrating the 35th
In the summer of 2020, news outlets started reporting about the huge increase in the price of gold. In August 2020, the spot price of gold hit an all-time high of over $2,075 per troy ounce. This eclipsed the previous high set in August of 2011 of approximately $1,900. In comparison,