How can two $5 Gold Eagles
have a 470% difference in value?
If you’re not interested in the answer, give this to your best friend.
We can’t tell you how many times we’re approached by
very successful, very sophisticated business people who
are interested in the collectible gold coin market, but
don’t have the first notion of where to begin.
Here’s what we tell them: We think the $5 Gold
American Eagle MS70 First Strike is the ideal coin
There are few gold coins that collectors want more than
the American Gold Eagle, especially when they find the
absolutely finest quality specimens. Because for coins,
value is driven by quality. The higher a coin’s grade,
the higher its value. It’s that simple.
The highest grade possible is the exalted, absolutely
flawless grade of MS70 (MS stands for “Mint State”)
First Releases. It’s referred to as the perfect coin.
Actual size is 16. 5 mm
The 2012 $5 Gold American
Eagle MS70 First Releases coin
is an absolutely perfect
example of the gold
coin that’s been an
American icon for
You’d expect to
pay a premium
factors. But we
have a limited
This is the pinnacle of a gold coin’s state of quality.
These gold coins are in demand. They’ve earned the
highest grade possible, and for gold coin collectors,
it just doesn’t get any better.
You can now own what gold
collectors compete over for only $249
Consider this example: a 1995 $5 Gold Eagle in average
ungraded condition is worth about $200 today. But that
same 1995 coin in perfect MS70 grade is valued at $940.
That’s a 470% difference!
No one can predict the future value of this coin,
of course. Markets and prices go up and down.
But the 2012 $5 Gold American Eagle MS70 First
Releases is at the top of the gold coin collector’s
“Most Wanted” list.
Hurry! This is a first come, first served offer!
Of course, the population of these MS70 coins is smaller,
because they’re examples of the finest coins.
What can make a perfect coin even better?
A “First Releases” pedigree!
Call First Federal Toll-FREE today
to Reserve Your 2012 MS70 NGC First Release $5
Gold Eagles for only $249 each (plus s/h)
Only a very small percentage of the first 2012 coins
struck qualify for the additional First Releases certification
from highly-respected independent grading service
Numismatic Guaranty Corporation (NGC).
Offer Code FDE149
Please mention this code when you call.
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Life Member 4489