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Tenth Ounce Gold Coins | Gold Investment Deals

Tenth Ounce Gold Coins

November 20, 2012 by  
Filed under Gold Coins


Today I share my personal collection of tenth ounce gold bullion coins. I highlight my 1/10 ounce gold eagle, my tenth ounce gold monkey, my 1/10 ounce gold panda, and my tenth ounce gold cat. Also, I show my 1/20 ounce gold maple leaf as a bonus. www.goldwhy.com

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24 Responses to “Tenth Ounce Gold Coins”
  1. VetteWay2Fast says:

    Man thanks for the vid, thumbs up! After seeing this I just had to get that panda and it just arrived and is my new favorite coin. Wish the premiums weren’t so high on these but defiantly can’t afford the ounce coins so it is what it is i guess. :)

  2. VetteWay2Fast says:

    Nice coins, thumbs up. Was actually going to get another maple before seeing this vid but that panda sold me. What a great looking coin! Premiums stink on the fractionals but I’m in the same boat in all I can afford at the moment.

  3. shaolin811 says:

    based on my own personal experience canadian mint has tendency of gettin red spots. i have no red spots on any of my US mint coins like the gold eagle. Pandas get red spots just like the maple leaf canadian coins. Australian gold and perth min are great.

  4. vanityrose12 says:

    kuggerand

  5. crystalstorm09 says:

    I have read that different primary mints produce various qualities of the bullion for their coins. What is your opinion on this and do you feel that the difference would be significant enough to affect a knowledgeable collector from purchasing a coin from you based solely on this fact?

  6. crystalstorm09 says:

    I have heard that you have to careful about which mint you purchase from dueto quality of the metals. What is your opinion?

  7. anthcybo says:

    The only problem I have with these is the premium. Almost anywhere you’re looking at online they’re 180-200 bucks depending on what coin it is. You’re paying 40 dollars more than the gold value, the premium on the bigger coins isn’t anywhere near that high. I buy them anyway, it just bothers me.

  8. Baller5ajk says:

    Hey check out my vid!

  9. davidperez6 says:

    Pretty cool colection!

  10. kookaburrakookaburra says:

    You can afford the 1 oz coins, you’re paying way too much premium on fractionals. If you buy a 1 oz coin you will save 25% rather than buying 10 x 1/10.

  11. jimGTP302 says:

    just flip a coin, they are both pretty much the same. both are 22kt and good coins. but u should probably buy both! ;)

  12. sgwarrenb says:

    how about libertad? libertad is very nice as well.. has higher premium compare to eagle due to much lower mintage..

  13. goldwhy says:

    Great question. This is a difficult one. I think most would tell you to go for the American Eagle. Personally, however, I’d go for the Krugerrand. Why? Everyone has American Eagles these days and I don’t see as many 1/10 ounce Krugerrands (it’s fun to go the less traveled path). That said, I would buy the coin in the best condition as well. Assuming the condition is the same, I’d probably go for the Krugerrand but you really can’t go wrong with either.

  14. bballerx41 says:

    What’ 1/10 gold coin should I get the American eagle or kuggerand?

  15. Lesgrimshaw15 says:

    buy ounce gold coins

  16. goldwhy says:

    Thanks so much for the comment! :-) Your guess is as good as mine, I’m definitely no political forecaster. One thing is for sure – 1099 law or not, the trends are really in the favor of owning gold coins.

  17. pdxeddie1111 says:

    any news on whether congress is going to dump the new 1099 law?

  18. magictonez says:

    Its great to actually see and hear a description, who would have thought the internet could be so personal

  19. goldwhy says:

    Thanks so much for the comment! It’s never too late, in my humble opinion. :-) Tenth ounce gold coins provide a great vehicle to purchase gold bullion at any price since they’re more affordable and more in reach of the common gold investor.

  20. birddog2001 says:

    Great coins. I wish I would have invested 6 months ago.

  21. goldwhy says:

    Really great question! With my larger 1 ounce gold coins, I’ve typically gotten a price close to spot (around 5% or so above spot). However, with smaller gold coins, I’ve always paid (much) more as a % over spot. I don’t blame the dealers for the markup, there has to be a margin in it for them. Don’t have the prices on these coins readily available, but must say that the value of owning small, physical gold coins (vs. larger coins or “paper” gold) is unparalleled! :-)

  22. styllcantfeelmyface says:

    how much did u pay each? abit above spot price at the time ?

  23. goldwhy says:

    Thanks so much! I really appreciate it!

  24. styllcantfeelmyface says:

    nice coins bro keep up your collection !! i just started mine today !!

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