There are so many popular precious metal coins and bars, it's hard to keep track of them. From old circulating gold and silver coins of the 19th and 20th Centuries to modern bullion bars and coins, you can find a wealth of data in the Gainesville Coins Learning Center.
The Learning Center not only covers bullion and old coins, it also introduces modern collectibles struck in gold, silver, platinum, and even copper! Browse the different subjects and take a virtual tour of some of the world's most popular coins.
The South African Gold Krugerrand Is Believed To Be The Most Widely Held Gold Bullion Coin On The Market. Nearly 46 Million Ounces Have Been Produced.
Australia's first 1 oz silver bullion coin, the .999 Fine Silver Kookaburra from the Perth Mint has a kookaburra design that changes every year.
The Canadian Gold Maple Leaf coin is struck from .9999 fine gold (99.99% pure,) with its weight and purity guaranteed by the Canadian Government.
America's Official .9999 fine gold coin, the Gold Buffalo revives the famous Buffalo Nickel design of 1913. Purity Guaranteed by the US Government!
The Australian Gold Kangaroo’s Rich History And Its Quality Of Design, Make It An Exceptional Selection For New Coin Collectors And Numismatists Alike.
Search for coin collecting tips in the Gainesville Coins Learning Center. We provide a variety of advice on how to collect coins.
While the U.S. Mint headquarters are in Washington, DC, all U.S. coins and medals are minted and implemented at the Philadelphia.
The New Orleans Mint was the first branch US Mint to begin operations and is the only mint to strike both US and Confederate legal tender coin designs
The Carson City Mint turned Comstock Lode gold and silver into coins from 1870 and 1893. Low mintage numbers make these coins rare
Did you know the origins of the Denver Mint was a private mint shut down by the government? Read more about the Denver Mint at Gainesville Coins!