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    Best Selling Gold

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    The modern investor or collector has a lot of options when buying gold online with JM Bullion. From gold bullion bars to investment-grade and collectible coins, there are a variety of options. While all of these gold products are made to the same standard of quality and beauty, with .999 or .9999 pure gold content, some of them have earned greater admiration among numismatists than others.

    Bullion coinage from the likes of the United States Mint, Royal Canadian Mint, and the Perth Mint top our list of best-selling gold items, while bullion bars from refineries such as PAMP Suisse and Valcambi Suisse are also popular with those who invest heavily in precious metals. Below is a rundown of the best-selling gold products available from JM Bullion.

    Popular Gold Coins

    There is no shortage of gold coins for sale aimed at investors and collectors alike, but there are some gold coins that attract greater attention and move more Troy ounces of gold each year than others. Examples of popular gold coins include, but are not necessarily limited to, the following:

    • American Gold Eagle: The official gold bullion coin of the United States, the Gold Eagle debuted from the United States Mint in 1986. These popular gold coins are available in bullion, proof, and burnished versions. The bullion series has featured 1 oz, ½ oz, ¼ oz, and 1/10 oz coins since 1986. The proof series debuted with a 1 oz coin in 1986 and added a ½ oz coin in 1987 followed by the ¼ oz and 1/10 oz coins in 1988. Burnished Gold Eagles debuted in 2006 in just a 1 oz weight. Augustus Saint-Gaudens’ Liberty features on the obverse with Miley Busiek’s bald eagle design on the reverse.
    • American Gold Buffalo: The first-ever 24-karat gold coin from the United States Mint, the American Gold Buffalo was introduced in 2016. The coins revive the images from James Earle Fraser’s historic Buffalo Nickel, in circulation from 1913 to 1938. The Gold Buffalo is available to purchase in either bullion or proof versions with only a 1 oz gold weight option.
    • Canadian Gold Maple Leaf: Introduced in 1979 by the Royal Canadian Mint, the Canadian Gold Maple Leaf was the first gold bullion coin to challenge the South African Gold Krugerrand. The Gold Maple Leaf was the first gold bullion coin to feature .9999 gold purity and includes a design of the sugar maple leaf accompanied on the obverse by Queen Elizabeth II’s effigy.
    • Perth Mint Gold Coins: Perhaps the greatest variety of gold coins comes from the Perth Mint. Annual issues from the state-owned mint of Western Australia include the Lunar Series II collection, the Australian Gold Kangaroo (since 1986), and proof versions of the Australian Gold Koala.

    Gold bullion coins are best sellers for a variety of reasons. Investment-grade bullion is popular among investors for two primary reasons. First and foremost, the metal content and weight of the coins are backed by the sovereign government which oversees the mint producing those coins. Additionally, these gold bullion coins offer stability in the form of impressive designs and ability to purchase upon initial production, buy as resell items, or even sell your own gold coins when necessary to access liquid assets.

    Popular Gold Bullion Bars

    For those investors who prefer gold bars, there are far more options available than gold bullion coins tend to offer. Gold bars are largely produced by private refineries around the globe, with only the Royal Canadian Mint and Perth Mint offering gold bars for sale from sovereign or state-owned mints. Among the best-selling gold bars are the following options, which don’t necessarily represent the full slate of gold bars available:

    • PAMP Suisse: PAMP Suisse is widely recognized around the world as a leading bullion brand, and much of that brand recognition comes down to the beauty of the PAMP Suisse Fortuna bars. Available in countless weights from 1 Gram to 1 Kilogram, the Fortuna design depicts the Roman Goddess of Fortune.
    • Valcambi Suisse: Valcambi Suisse gold bars are available with numerous different design options. All bars feature the same design of the refinery’s logo with identifying markers, but those bars are available in various forms such as highly-refined, minted ingots and cast gold bars. Among its most popular products is the CombiBar, which offers up to 100 Kilograms in a singular bar that can be broken out into 100 individual 1 Gram bars to liquidate or resell as needed.
    • Sunshine Minting: Sunshine is one of America’s largest private refineries. In addition to providing investment-grade silver bullion blanks to sovereign mints, including the United States Mint, Sunshine Minting produces gold bars for investors. These bars have the refinery’s logo and are available as minted ingots.

    Gold bars deliver a different type of value to gold buyers. While some gold bullion coins have limited mintage figures or high premiums (in some cases), gold bars are more widely available from a mintage standpoint and come with lower premiums over the spot price of gold. Additionally, gold bars are securely packaged and come with an Assay card or Certificate of Authenticity validating the metal purity and content of the bars in much the same way that sovereign mints and governments stand behind gold coins.

    Buy Best-Selling Gold with JM Bullion

    The top gold coin and gold bar programs available, such as those mentioned above, are readily available from JM Bullion. These best-selling products attract the eye of investors with each passing year and continue to perform, while also delivering financial value to the buyer. If you have questions about our best-selling gold products, please feel free to contact JM Bullion. Our customer service team is available at 800-276-6508, online through our live chat, and via our email address.