Gold notes offer a fresh, innovative take on buying gold bullion. While gold coins and gold bars remain exceptionally popular with investors, gold notes offer a new twist on gold bullion that also happens to provide a more affordable option for many investors. Goldback Gold Notes, in particular, have the added flexibility of being voluntary, local currency in either Utah or Nevada as a part of two distinctive series of gold notes. Right now, 50 Goldback Gold Notes are available to purchase online from JM Bullion in varied conditions.
- Arrives inside of a currency sleeve or generic plastic sleeve!
- Offered from two distinct collections!
- Available in varied conditions!
- Contains 1/20 Troy oz of .9999 pure gold.
- On the obverse and reverse are various possible designs.
- Please note that buying multiples can result in receiving gold notes in the same condition with the same designs.
Each of the 50 Goldback Gold Notes offered through this JM Bullion product listing comes in varied conditions. The notes will either be housed inside of the original currency sleeves or within a generic plastic sleeve. The condition of the notes offered here can range from brand new to those with moderate or even heavy wear and tear.
JM Bullion selects all gold notes offered here at random. All items are picked from available stock after your payment has cleared. As such, we cannot guarantee a particular condition or specific design in advance of your purchase. Please note that it is possible to receive gold notes with the same designs, in the same condition, when you buy multiples.
On the obverse and reverse fields of these 50 Goldback Gold Notes, you will find various possible designs. The reverse side of all the notes has one thing in common. This side offers only a reflection of the imagery printed on the obverse side of the gold note. The thin nature of gold notes makes it difficult to produce unique images on both sides without ruining the imagery on the other. The obverse side of the 50 Goldback Gold Notes comes with one of two possible designs. The 50 Utah Goldback features a young Liberty figure with a torch held up in one hand and a chalice in her left hand. The US shield rests against a fur tree behind her figure. Liberty also features on the 50 Nevada Goldback, but in this design she is shown with her left hand raised as her right hand rests down near her side.
Goldback Gold Notes are both forms of voluntary, local currency. This means you could actually spend these gold notes with vendors that accept them, but only in the respective states of Utah and Nevada. Goldbacks may be a form of voluntary, local currency, but none are US legal tender.
If you have any questions, please contact JM Bullion. Our team is available to assist you at 800-276-6508, online through our live chat, and using our email address.