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bullion coin

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  • Bullion coin — A bullion coin is a coin struck from precious metal and kept as a store of value or an investment, rather than used in day to day commerce. Examples include Krugerrands, British sovereigns, the American Eagle series and the Canadian Maple Leaf… …   Wikipedia

  • Gold Bullion Coin Act of 1985 — The Gold Bullion Coin Act of 1985, Pub. L. No. 99 185, 99 Stat. 1177 (Dec. 17, 1985), codified at usc|31|5112(a)(7) through (a)(10), usc|31|5112(i), usc|31|5116(a)(3), and amending usc|31|5118(d) and usc|31|5132(a)(1), has helped the American… …   Wikipedia

  • Coin — This article is about monetary coins. For other uses, see Coin (disambiguation). A selection of modern coins …   Wikipedia

  • Coin grading — In coin collecting coin grading is the process of determining the grade or condition of a coin, one of the key factors in determining its value as a collector s item. The grading of a coin includes the analysis of several criteria, the most… …   Wikipedia

  • Bullion — Bul lion (b[.u]l y[u^]n), n. [Cf. OE. bullyon a hook used for fastening the dress, a button, stud, an embossed ornament of various kinds, e. g., on the cover of a book, on bridles or poitrels, for purses, for breeches and doublets, LL. bullio the …   The Collaborative International Dictionary of English

  • Coin roll hunting — (often abbreviated CRH ) is the hobby of searching change pulled from circulation for collectible coins. The serious hobbyist usually obtains his coins from banks in the form of rolled coins. Coin roll hunters obtain in the U.S., rolls of pennies …   Wikipedia

  • bullion — bul‧lion [ˈbʊljən] noun [uncountable] FINANCE bars of gold, silver, or platinum of an officially approved quality, valued by weight rather than what they would be worth as coins: • The price of gold bullion remains a sensitive index of confidence …   Financial and business terms

  • Coin clipping — is the act of shaving off a small portion of a precious metal coin for profit. Over time the precious metal clippings would be saved up and melted into bullion. Up until the mid 20th century, coins were often made of silver or gold, which were… …   Wikipedia

  • bullion — bullion1 [bool′yən] n. [ME (? via Du bulioen) < OFr billon, small coin, alloy of copper with silver < bille, a stick, bar: see BILLET2] 1. gold and silver regarded as raw material 2. gold or silver in the form of ingots, bars, or sometimes… …   English World dictionary

  • Coin collecting — This article is about a hobby. For the scientific study of currency, see Numismatics. Numismatics Terminology …   Wikipedia

  • coin collecting — Systematic accumulation and study of coins, tokens, paper money, and objects of similar form and purpose. The long held view that coin collecting began with the Italian Renaissance has been challenged by growing evidence that the activity is far… …   Universalium

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