Gold has proven to be a great collectible that can remain stable in the most volatile of markets. The experts at Capital Mint can consult on whether a step toward gold is a suitable move in building a good collection.

$5 Indian MS 62
One of the most recognizable coin designs in modern history is without a doubt that which is found on the $5 Indian MS 62. These coins are guaranteed to be Mint State 62 and ship in their certified slabs, which show the year the coin was minted as well as its grade as provided by the PCGS or the NGC. The Indian Head Gold Eagle coin is a perfect representation of all things American and, as such, is sought after by collectors both in the United States and from around the world. The detail and care that the US Mint put into these coins are just as evident now as it was more than 100 years ago when these coins were first minted.
$5 Liberty MS 62
Any coin that is categorized as a Pre-1933 US gold coin is a truly rare precious metal product. In the 1930s, the federal government began collecting all gold coins in circulation to melt down. You now have the chance to purchase one of these rare coins from Capital Mint, with the Pre-1933 $5 Liberty Gold Half Eagle Coin available for a limited time.
Pre 1933 Saint Gaudens
Pre-33 U.S. gold coins like the St. Gaudens and Incuse Indian designs haven’t been produced since the early 1930s, and most have been confiscated, making them scarce.  By virtue of their rarity, pre-33 gold coins carry a distinct value and notoriety among gold collectors and history buffs.
$10 Liberty MS 64
This is a rare and excellent  Liberty Gold Eagle with strong luster, sharp detail, and attractive golden surfaces. It has been awarded the rare PCGS "Plus" Grade, which indicates that they felt it was a particularly high quality coin.  Quite an outstanding collectible! Professionally certified and judged.
Pre 1933 $20 Liberty
The U.S. Mint issued its first Gold coins in 1795. During the height of the Great Depression in 1933, President Franklin Roosevelt prohibited American citizens from holding monetary Gold, including Gold coins. He ordered all Gold U.S. coins (with exceptions for some jewelry and collector's coins) be returned to the U.S. Treasury, where millions of American Gold coins were melted and then cast into Gold bars. The federal government recalls and melting down of Pre-1933 Gold coins made these previously common coins very rare to find. Today, the surviving vintage Pre-1933 Gold U.S. coins are fixed at an extremely limited supply. This fact has made Pre-1933 Gold coins some of the most desirable rare coins among collectors. APMEX is proud to offer a good selection of these harder-to-find classic vintage U.S. coins.
$10 Indian MS 62
Initially released in 1908, the Indian Gold Eagle would be the third and final version of the $10 Gold Eagle Coin. It enjoyed a mintage of 25 years until 1933, when the US government prohibited the use of gold coinage. With a fineness of .900, the Indian Gold Eagle Coin qualifies as valuable piece for any collection. Its size of 0.4838 troy oz makes it best suited for individuals wishing to make more modest collectors who simply prefer home storage over third-party facilities. Each Indian Gold Eagle Coin included in this collection is guaranteed to ship in AU (Almost Uncirculated) condition.