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 Chinese Gold Panda Coin Was First Issued In 1982. The Design Of The Reverse (Back Side) Of The Coin Changes Every Year. Gold Pandas Are IRA-Eligible.
The 1oz Silver Pronghorn Antelope Is The 5th Of Six Coins In The Royal Canadian Mint's Wildlife Series. These .9999 Silver Coins Are Of Limited Quantity.
The Canadian 1oz Silver Grizzly Is The 2nd Coin In A Collector's Series Of Six. These Coins Feature Wildlife Indigenous To Canada And Are .9999 Pure Silver.
The 2009 Canadian Gold Coal Mining Coin Was Limited To A Mintage Of Only 4,000. This 22K Coin Is A Member Of The Historical Commerce Coin Series.
Easily Add Pure Copper To Your Collection, With The American Draped Bust Copper Round. Each Round Weighs In At 1 AVP Oz Of Pure Copper.
The Austrian Mint Has Produced The Silver Philharmonic Coin Since 2008. This Coin Has A Face Value Of 1.50 Euro And Is IRA-Eligible.
The Commemorative Canadian 1976 Olympic Coin Is From A Limited Mintage Of Less Than 338,000. This Proof Coin Comes With A Certificate Of Authenticity.
The 2013 Year Of The Snake Copper Round Is A Budget-Friendly Way To Easily Add .999 Pure Copper To Your Holdings. Made In The USA.