Building Coin Sets
A Sound Strategy for Collectors and Investors.
How to Build a Set
The two most common sets are assembled around a coin type or a series. A set includes coins sharing a specific characteristic such as design, designer, or denomination. A series set includes each date and mint of a particular coin. Sets can also be organized by first or last year that a coin was issued, die variety, historical period, mint mark, or year.
Get Expert Set-Building Assistance
Our expert Portfolio Managers can help you in:
- Selecting an area or two of opportunities
- Developing a long-term set-building strategy
- Creating a “desire list” fitted to your goals
- Finding the right coins at the right prices
- Contacting you when the coins you want are located
SUGGESTED COIN SETS
6-PIECE DOUBLE EAGLE SET
The 6-Piece Double Eagle set includes two of the most identifiable and collected gold coin types ever — the Liberty and Saint-Gaudens.
8- Piece U.S. Gold Set
The 8 Piece set incorporates the popular 4-Piece Indian set and elegant 4-Piece Liberty Set into a single and diversified collection, composed of coins that circulated from the mid-1800s through 1933.
Once you have successfully completed your 8- piece set, you are able to add upon that collection to complete your 14-piece set. This set adds four small gold pieces, the $20 Saint-Gaudens High Relief and $4 Stella to your eight coins, providing diversification for excellent long-term performance and return.
34- Piece US Gold Set
This remarkable collection contains all gold coins from the U.S. Mint that were intended for trade and put into circulation. A true sample of America’s coin history, the 34- piece set showcases how the coins advanced from 1795 to 1933.
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