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coin investors will be delighted with the 2004 Gold Monkey,
through which The Perth Mint continues its outstanding
craftsmanship in the Lunar Series gold coins.
The Monkey is the ninth coin in the twelve coin series.
Like all the 1-oz coins of the Lunar Series,
production of the 1-oz Gold Monkeys will be capped at 30,000
Although the Lunar Series gold coins are marketed
to collectors, the coins sell at only a few dollars over the
prices of the popular gold bullion coins, which have little to
no chance of achieving collector premiums.
Long-term gold bullion investors should add Lunar
Series gold coins to their portfolios while the coins are
available at bullion coin price.
In active coin markets, which are usually brought on by fears
of economic instability, falling stock markets, and declining
currency values, limited edition 1-oz gold coins often achieve
significant premiums in the secondary market.
The 2000 Dragon, the first coin in the Lunar Series to
reach its production cap of 30,000 coins, is carrying a big
premium in the secondary market.
Other Monkey Years include 1992, 1980, 1968,
1956, 1944, 1932, 1920, and 1908.
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your gold have to be reported?
purchases do not have to be reported. This myth
is so pervasive that
obligated to clarify this misunderstanding repeatedly.
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