U.S. Money Reserve’s Gold collectibles

Buying precious metal is a clever way of keeping money for future. There are chances that the value of the metal will go up in the future. As a result, the holder stands the chance to reap substantial benefits from the sale of the metals.

U.S. Reserve is one of the companies that the government has trusted to distribute government issued coins. Over the years, they have built a reputation of selling their clients high quality and reliable metals. The gold coins they mint are exceptional and often put their holders in high profit positions.

They have been able to serve over 400,000 customers with exceptional gold coins since its foundation.

Because of their dedication to quality production, U.S. Money Reserve is the sole distributor of the Perth Mint created in honour of Queen Elizabeth’s 65th anniversary. Her coronation on 1953 signified the end of wars and times of adversity.

The coins hold historical significance that collectors find precious. The coins come in a set of three, each having the portrait of the Queen taken during her coronation. Learn more about US Money Reserve: https://www.prnewswire.com/news-releases/us-money-reserve-releases-us-exclusive-perth-mint-65th-anniversary-coronation-set-300638482.html

Two of the coins are minted from pure gold and one from pure silver. One of the gold coins is a 2oz. gold proof coin and the other is a 1/4oz. gold proof coin. The third coin is made of 1oz. silver proof coin.

What makes the coins so exclusive is the fact that only 203 complete sets are available in United States.

Besides the limited productions the coins are one year only productions and the gold coins are low mint. Those who possess any of the sets will have rare collectibles.

U.S. Money Reserve ensures that every buyer receives a certificate of authenticity. Read more: US Money Reserve | Crunchbase and US Money Researve | Instagram

This protects buyers from having their coins depreciate in value because of counterfeits. Apart from the certificate, each coin has a first strike label from PCGS that authenticates the coins as the originals.

The Perth Mint is not the first gold coins U.S. Reserve has had the privilege of solely distributing. They have also distributed government and foreign gold, silver, and platinum legal tender products.