Mid-American Rare Coin Galleries has provided solid numismatic advice for more than 30 years, based on the team’s deep understanding of the rare coin market and all the nuances associated with it. While most coin collectors and dealers only encounter rare coins on occasion, Mid-American routinely handles the “rarest of the rare” numismatic properties, especially in the area of U.S. gold coins. Plus, Jeff Garrett, the company’s founder and president, is widely recognized as the leading authority in the rare gold field, and his research and writing in conjunction with the Smithsonian Institution are well known. For example, his Encyclopedia of U.S. Gold Coins 1795–1933 is now considered the leading reference book for gold enthusiasts. Jeff is also a past president of the Professional Numismatists Guild and currently serves as President of the American Numismatic Association. For all these reasons and more, top investors routinely turn to Mid-American for honest answers and insight.
Mid-American recommends its clients purchase only select, quality coins — such as the ones available in our "Reserve Selections" inventory — for long-term holding and enjoyment. By holding such coins this way, the resulting gains in value are often quite remarkable.
If you need advice on gold bullion investments, look no further than Robert Harwell, fellow coin dealer and consultant to Mid-American. Robert has been a professional numismatist for more than 30 years and serves on the board of the Industry Council for Tangible Assets (ICTA). He is also a recognized authority on Southern mint gold, having handled many of the largest and most well-known collections — including the famous Duke’s Creek Collection, sold jointly with Mid-American in 2004. Robert’s experience uniquely qualifies him to guide investors on the ever-changing laws and regulations associated with buying and selling bullion gold investments.
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