America’s Rarest Gold Coins

Gold coins are as much a part of America’s history as the Founding Fathers and Lady Liberty. From Colonial times until 1933, they were the coin of the realm and sparkling symbols of our nation’s growing commerce and prosperity.

In 1933, during the height of the Great Depression, President Roosevelt ordered all gold coins removed from circulation. Millions of coins were melted into gold bars, assuring the rarity and value of the small percentage of coins that escaped the melting furnace.

Now, this collection celebrates the rarest, most valuable American gold coins, many of them beyond the reach of even the wealthiest collectors and worth millions of dollars apiece!

Start your exclusive collection with

2 FREE Commemorative
Gold Layered Proofs

1933 Saint-Gaudens $20 Gold
This legendary 1933 $20 gold-piece was recalled immediately after it was struck and the one remaining Proof sold for $7.59 million in 2002!
1854-S $20 Double Eagle
Only one Proof of this fabled $20 coin was struck by the Mint, making it one of the rarest coins in history. If ever put up for auction, it could bring more than $12 million!

Your FREE, Limited-Edition Commemorative Coins:

Feature exquisite, high-relief replications on both faces

Presented in Gem Proof condition and layered in 10 mils of pure gold

Weigh 408 grains and are 1½" in diameter respectively

Include fact-filled story cards that detail their unique history

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Every coin in the $100 Million American Gold Classics Coin Collection is guaranteed to meet your standards for quality and performance. If any coin doesn't meet your expectations, you can return it within 30 days and owe nothing. You are not obligated to buy anything, and you may cancel at any time. The 1933 Saint-Gaudens and 1854-S Double Eagle coins are yours to keep!