1849 US $20 Liberty Gold Piece The Most Valuable Gold Coin in the WorldFirst gold coin struck at US Mint - Smithsonian. Near Gem quality US$20,000,000+ (est.)
1907 US Indian Head $20 Gold Pattern The Second Most Valuable Gold Coin in the World Privately owned and of the highest quality US$15,000,000+
Adelaide Assay Office Ingot - Type Two UniqueEmergency issue in 1852 - Value £1 Sterling A$1,300,000+ (approx)
1852 Adelaide Assay Office Gold £5 Piece One of Australia’s Rarest and Most Prized Gold Coins Two in private hands - One of Australia’s first gold coins $950,000
1852 Adelaide Assay Office Gold £1 Piece From the Prestigious Quartermaster CollectionType I - Estimated 50 or less exist - Finest known example $700,000 (approx)
1887S Victoria Jubilee Head Gold Set Only Two Sets Known – both broken upEx-Murdoch Set and Quartermaster Collection A$1,000,000 (est.)
1923S George V Specimen Gold Sovereign Unique in Private Hands Sydney Mint - Value £1 $195,000
1893S Victoria Pattern Half-Sovereign Three Examples Known Original Value 10/- $170,000
Australian Gold Sovereigns and HalvesGeneral circulation currency between 1853 and 1931 Value - Bullion unless in pristine condition - dependant on date
Proof, Pattern & Specimen Coins• The most exclusive area of numismatics.• There is strong competition between collectors at all stages of the market.• Best suited to financially stable investors with a long term view.
Australian Gold Coins• The core of the Australian numismatic market.• Security through sound levels of underlying demand.• A sound hedge against inflation.
Famed Quartermaster Collection Most comprehensive collection of ingots, patterns, proofs, sovereigns and half-sovereigns ever assembled Sold in 2009 for A$10,269,084 Realising approximately three times its original value
1 Tonne Australian Gold Coin Unique 1,012kg 35,273.92oz $1,000,000 Face Value $53,000,000 (approx bullion value)
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