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Gold $1,232.57 -17.83  
Silver $17.29 -0.33  
Platinum $1,260.00 -24.00  
Palladium $787.00 +8.00  

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A King’s Ransom

A “King’s Ransom?” 5 Outrageous Ransoms Paid in Gold and Silver.

From Julius Caesar to King Richard, kidnappers have tried to extort money from the leaders of the world. “Give me liberty or give me death,” Naw…these five rulers just paid the bill. Whether the kidnappers asked for Crowns, Marks, Merks, or Talents, they were given what they asked for...

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Learning Center: A Comprehensive Resource For Precious Metals

Use our Learning Center to research coins descriptions and facts. Today’s precious metals collectors face an ever growing range of choices when accumulating a precious metals portfolio. Gainesville Coins’ Learning Center was designed to simplify the task of researching among the wide-array of precious metal bars and coins available.

Coin enthusiasts considering purchasing precious metal are encouraged to utilize the Learning Center. Making the right bullion choice is important, and the Learning Center can be a powerful tool empowering the individual precious metal collector. Each coin or category provides users with a relevant description, mintage, purity, weight, legal tender, obverse design, reverse design, and more.

The Gainesville Coins Learning Center is an ongoing work in progress. Check back to see new additions and expansions as they happen.

Bi-Metallic Coins Product Spotlight

Product Spotlight: Bi-Metallic Coins

Bi-metallic coins are coins which are made from two (or more) different metals, fused together. The most common arrangement for bi-metallic coins is a center disk of one metal, surrounded by a ring of a different metal. There are over 140 nations who have bi-metallic coins in circulation. Perhaps the ones familiar to the most people today are the €1 and €2 coins of the European Union.

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Infographics

Check out our handy Infographics section, for colorful and user-friendly explanations of coin-related subjects. We even give you the embed code for each infographic, so you can easily share with friends! We'll be adding new infographics periodically, so come back to our learning center often for new information.

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Coin Collecting Guide

New to Coin Collecting? Start Here

Use our First Time Buying Guide to research the basics of coin collecting, the actual coins themselves and unique facts. Today’s precious metals investors face an ever growing range of choices when accumulating a precious metals portfolio. Gainesville Coins’ Learning Center was designed to simplify the task of researching among the wide-array of precious metal bars and coins available.

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Silver Bullion Coins and Bars

Silver Bullion Coins & Bars

Silver coins and silver bars come in a variety of weights and designs. A number of private mints and National Mints produce silver coins and silver bars for the investing market...

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Gold Bullion Coins and Bars

Gold Bullion Coins & Bars

Gold coins and gold bars come in a variety of weights and designs. A number of private mints and National Mints produce gold coins and gold bars for the investing market...

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Platinum Bullion Coins and Bars

Platinum Bullion Coins & Bars

Platinum is a popular investment, and there is high demand for it. It offers diversity and security, and makes a good collectible. There is a very limited supply of platinum on earth...

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Palladium Bullion Coins and Bars

Palladium Bullion Coins & Bars

Despite numerous government mints having produced palladium coins in recent years, palladium does not have a history of being used as money...

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Copper Bullion Coins and Bars

Copper Bullion Coins & Bars

Even though copper has traditionally been viewed strictly as an industrial metal, collectors are now looking for opportunities to purchase copper rounds, coins and bars...

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Collectible Coins

Collectible Coins

Start your journey into the world of coin collecting by investing in collectible coins. They are not intended for ordinary circulation and serve as collector's items only...

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