1/25 Oz Gold Coins

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1/25 Oz Gold Coins For Sale

When the price of gold goes down, everyone is tempted to purchase this precious metal. Still for many on limited budgets, that golden glitter is still too expensive. An ounce of gold costs too much, 1/4 is too expensive, even those 1/10 of an ounce gold coins are beyond reason.

Thankfully, for those on limited budgets today, but recognize that gold is a long term investment, there are now many 1/25 oz coins on the market. These coins can be purchased by many who would otherwise have to stick with silver coins as a hedge against inflation down the road. Below you will find several examples of 1/25 oz gold coins that are available today...


1/25 Oz Gold Coins For Sale related articles...

Australian Gold Coins | News Search

Anyway, this bird now features in the latest Australian gold coin releases. You can get a 2011 1-10 oz emu gold coin or any of the oz or 1/25 oz varieties. Each of these coins are ideal for collectors or for someone you want to give . ...

Publish Date: 04/25/2011 15:15

http://newssearch.cz.cc/australian-gold-coins/

Perth Mint Issues Discover Australia 2011 The Dreaming Series ...

The 1/10 oz coins have a diameter of 16.60 mm, thickness of 1.50 mm, and mintage limit of 2500 per design. The 1/25 oz gold coins measure 14.60 mm in diameter, 1.40 mm in thickness, and are limited to 25000 per design. ...

Publish Date: 01/18/2011 13:43

http://news.coinupdate.com/discover-australia-the-dreaming-series-silver-gold-and-platinum-coins-0630/

1/25 Ounce Gold Series - Geese (2011) - Coin Community Forum

The coin looks like it will look great in hand. The 1's were the same as yours. Do you think there is two versions or that they changed the design overall at the last minute? I will pick one up this weekend (hopefully) and let you know ...

Publish Date: 01/04/2011 22:10

http://www.coincommunity.com/forum/topic.asp?TOPIC_ID=78025


More Gold! One Gold Coin Just Wasn't Enough

I liked my first gold coin so much I already went out and got another. This one is also a 1/25 ounce coin, but this time it is the 2011 Canada Geese coin. I am already looking for another! My blog: mapleleafcoins.blogspot.com

What do you guys think of the small gold coins? - Coin Community Forum

Even a nice 1 oz gold coin, you probably are gonna have to pay at least a 100 on average over spot, would you all agree? In the end I like the 1 25 coins, the 1 20, and the 1 10 size, and want to get a perhaps a 1 10 coin next, ...

Publish Date: 02/26/2011 0:21

http://www.coincommunity.com/forum/topic.asp?TOPIC_ID=82125


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