PECIAL ARKET PPORTUNITY
Your Expert Guide to the World’s Finest Coins
Nicholas J. Bruyer, CEO, First Federal Coin Corp.
ANA Life Member Since 1974
How can two $5 Gold Eagles
have a 600% difference in value?
If you’re not interested in the answer, give this to your best friend.
Almost everyday, very successful, very sophisticated
business people tell us they’re interested in buying
gold. The problem is, they don’t have the first notion
of where to begin.
Our response is always the same: there’s bullion gold,
and then there’s collectible gold. We’re not talking
about bullion gold. We’re talking about a special kind
of gold that collectors climb all over themselves to get
their hands on.
Use our Collector’s Checklist when you go shopping
First on our list: collectors look for a coin that’s in
demand. And there are few gold coins that collectors
want more than the American Gold Eagle. It was
created during Ronald Reagan’s administration.
In real estate, value is driven by location, location,
location. In coins, it’s quality.
This is the pinnacle of a coin’s
state of quality. It just doesn’t
get any higher. Bottom line: collectors often pay more for them.
You want to buy
but not just any
You’ve paid close
attention to our
checklist: Is it in
demand? Has it
earned the highest
Is it a First Strike?
is 16. 5 mm
For collectors, the higher a coin’s grade, the higher the
coin’s value. That’s number #2 on our checklist. One of
those $5 Gold Eagles is the highest collectible grade
possible: the absolutely flawless grade of MS70 (MS
stands for “Mint State”). It’s referred to as the
A 2010 $5 Gold American Eagle MS70 First Strike.
You’d expect to pay a premium for such a unique
combination of quality factors.
But we have a special opportunity for you:
Consider this: In its bullion grade, a 2001 $5 Gold Eagle
is valued at $150—but a perfect grade MS70 is valued
at $950—a staggering 600% difference!
$279 each for up to 4 coins
$265 each for 5 to 9 coins
The best deal—$249 each for 10 coins or more!
Of course you have to understand that the population
of this MS70 coin is small, but it’s an example of a coin
in its finest Mint State grade.
Hurry! This is a first come, first served offer!
Call 1-888-201-7047 to find out how you can qualify
for free shipping. Mention offer code: PGE169-02
No. 3 on our checklist: Collectors covet First Strikes.
If a $5 Gold American Eagle in MS70 is sizzling hot,
what happens when it achieves the exalted status
called First Strike™?
Call First Federal Toll-FREE today 1-888-201-7047
to Reserve Your 2010 $5 Eagle MS70 First Strike!
Offer Code PGE169-02
Please mention this code when you call.
Past performance is not an indicator of future performance. Prices subject to change without notice.
American Numismatic Association
Life Member 4489