How to Sell Certified Gold Coins Posted by James Randolph on January 07, 2010
How to sell certified gold coins is an issue that rarely comes up for many collectors and investors. Certified gold coins are so often part of investment portfolio meant to protect against the steady devaluation of the dollar as well as the ever present risks of a failing economy. These coins are held for years and generations, increasing in value and adding to family wealth. Certified gold coins typically outperform gold bullion as the dollar sinks in value, so selling them to buy bullion usually does not make sense. Thus, the question of how to sell certified gold coins does not come up – until it is time to pay college tuition, buy the retirement home, or take the long put off trip around the world.
If the time comes to sell certified gold coins, then dealing with a reputable gold exchange is all important. The point of owning certified gold coins is that the certification process assures the investor the coins in question are authentic and that the condition of these coins is precisely as stated. In dealing with a trustworthy gold exchange such as Certified Gold Exchange, the investor is assured that the reason for the certification process is respected and that the correct market price for the gold coin is applied to the sale. Prior to certification, it was all too common that when an investor came to sell a rare gold coin that he or she was told that the coin was not really a 65 grade, for example, but a 60 grade. Of course the price for a rare gold coin in less perfect condition can be substantially less and wipe out any gains the investor might have anticipated.
How to sell certified gold coins is to expect professional service, fair pricing, and adherence to the principles of rare coin certification. How to sell certified gold coins is to accept nothing less and to depend on an exchange like the Certified Gold Exchange to help make it happen.
Senior Staff Writer – Certified Gold Exchange