Many gold coin buyers or gold coin dealers are very particular with the type of gold coins that they’re willing to purchase, which limits your options if you’re in the market to sell gold coins in various denominations or from other countries of origin; most commonly referred to as foreign gold coins.
While it’s common for gold coin dealers to purchase one ounce American gold eagles, American gold buffaloes, and some of the more highly recognized and common foreign gold coins, such as Canadian gold maple leaf coins and South African gold krugerrands, fewer are interested in buying small denomination gold coins, such as 1/2 oz, 1/4 oz, 1/10 oz, and 1/20 oz gold coins. Even less are interested in buying lesser known foreign gold coins, such as British gold sovereigns, French and Swiss gold francs, Russian gold rubles, Austrian gold coronas, and Mexican gold pesos, just to name a few.
For those gold coin buyers that are willing to purchase foreign gold coins that you’re selling, they often pay considerably lower rates, as there’s a smaller market of potential buyers for these coins. While it’s true that there’s a smaller market for some of the less common foreign gold coins, there’s still interest in these coins, so when selling gold coins from other countries of origin, you shouldn’t settle for considerably less than the price that you’re able to receive for your large denomination domestic gold coins.
When it comes time to sell your gold coins, whether they’re some of the more common larger denomination gold coins, such as American gold eagles, South African gold krugerrands, and Canadian gold maple leaf coins, or some of the less known foreign gold coins, such as those mentioned above, you’re not likely to receive better prices for your gold coins than those paid by Atlanta Gold and Coin Buyers. Contact us today at 404-236-9744 or via e-mail at email@example.com to schedule a free no-obligation evaluation and coin appraisal.