American Eagle Gold Coin vs $20 Double Eagle Gold Coin?

American Eagle Gold Coin vs $20 Double Eagle Gold Coin?

   As Coin Dealers in Los Angeles, we are often asked by customers who are interested in investing in gold coins which is a better investment when comparing the American Eagle gold coin to the pre-1933 $20 Double Eagle gold coin. For anyone looking to buy or sell gold coins in Los Angeles it is important to understand the distinction between a bullion coin and a numismatic coin. Bullion coins are valued based solely on their precious metal...

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Commodities Sustain Bounce-back, Dollar Swaying Bulls

Commodities Sustain Bounce-back, Dollar Swaying Bulls

From The Bullion Desk: Oct 10, 2016 The copper and gold price posted a minor uptick Monday in the US, although upside remain capped by a multi-month high dollar.  Copper for December settlement on the Comex division of the New York Mercantile Exchange jumped 3.20 cents or 1.5% to $2.1955 per pound. Trade has ranged from $2.1645 to $2.2025.  Comex gold for December delivery rose $9.00 or 0.7% to $1,260.90 per oz. The contract is still hovering...

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What is Art Glass and What Makes it Valuable?

What is Art Glass and What Makes it Valuable?

Art glass is a type of glass works that is more decorative in intent than functional intent.  These works are created by individual glass artists, and/or artist assistants, using small-scale furnaces in glass studios or work environments. While contemporary art glass is known for its hand-wrought aspect and individual creativity, vintage art glass (made prior to the 1960s) can include factory-made glass artistry, produced by small teams of...

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Panning for Gold Lately? Not Like This Guy!

Panning for Gold Lately? Not Like This Guy!

Imagine you go out prospecting for gold and you find a nugget “as thick as a T-bone steak: 5 inches long, 1 1/2 inch thick by 4 inches wide!” Bryant Shock, co-owner of Gold Prospecting Adventures in Jamestown, California described a large nugget found last week by an amateur gold prospector at Woods Creek in Jamestown.  The prospector who found the huge nugget goes by the name Oscar and has chosen to keep a low profile. Do you blame him?...

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Selling Gold at Los Angeles Gold & Silver

Selling Gold at Los Angeles Gold & Silver

Why do business with Los Angeles Gold & Silver? Because we are one of the best in the industry and you won’t find a more ethical place to work with. We specialize in all Precious Metal objects. Because the last decade has seen such a dramatic rise in precious metal prices, “gold buying” businesses seem to everywhere. But, they are not all created equal!  There is a profound difference between a business that is only...

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