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The American Gold Eagle is one of the best gold bullion options for investors. The gold is one troy ounce, the coin is easily stored and the price is relatively low. All these factors make it a great investment for any level of investor.


Purchasing an American Gold Eagle is very simple. The first step is to hit a local coin dealer. Almost any dealer will have the American Gold Eagle as it is very common. Talk to the them about the spot price of gold and discuss the selling price. Each coin will have a different price above the spot price depending on a grading scale and date minted.


Contact the local banks as many of them have a partnership with coin dealers. Get a pamphlet containing coins and other precious metals. It almost certain to include the American Gold Eagle.


Browse the internet for the many different coin dealers. There are a number of reliable gold dealers on the web. Browse the site for gold and Gold Eagles, but it might be a good idea to contact them in person before buying the gold eagle.


Attend a coin show where Gold Eagles are likely to be sold. Many dealers sponsor coin shows and gold coins are sure to be found. The one problem with coin shows is the risk of counterfeit coins, be very careful.


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