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Where to Buy Gold and Silver Coins

How to Buy Gold and Silver coins, is about the past, the future and the state of the worlds economy today. Gold and Silver are the pillars on which the worlds economies are built, and this makes them an extremely safe investment. Just like that old saying, “A bird in the hand is worth two in the bush,” gold and silver in your hands is worth much more than a piece of paper with numbers on it. But buying bouillon is not the most economical form to have in your house. The global market for minted coins is topping $100 Billion and there are people who make a very comfortable living from the comfort of their homes.

When Caesar Augustus ruled Rome, he was known to give rare coins as gifts. Beyond the history of collecting minted coins, they can be very lucrative as well. Coins have historical significance and can tell stories about the society that minted them. It was in 1863 in the United States, that the first coin was printed with the words "In God We Trust." People were so moved by this, that it became required on coins thereafter.

It wasn’t until the 14th century that contemporary coin collecting and appreciation began. During the Renaissance it was a bit of a fad amongst the upper class, obviously because at that time, a coin was much more rare than in the 21st century. It is the Italian scholar, Petrarch who is first credited with being a Numismatic, or coin collector. Following his example, kings, princes, and other nobility kept collections of ancient coins.

Learn How to Buy Gold and How to Buy Silver in the form of coins, and Where to Buy Gold Coins. The Numis Network is about collecting Coins and Coin Collectors including Royal Mint Coins.

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