Ch/gem Bu Ngc / Pcgs Ms63 (random Common Date) $20 Saint Gaudens Gold U. S. Coin
Ch/gem Bu Ngc / Pcgs Ms63 (random Common Date) $20 Saint Gaudens Gold U. S. Coin
Ch/gem Bu Ngc / Pcgs Ms63 (random Common Date) $20 Saint Gaudens Gold U. S. Coin
Ch/gem Bu Ngc / Pcgs Ms63 (random Common Date) $20 Saint Gaudens Gold U. S. Coin
Ch/gem Bu Ngc / Pcgs Ms63 (random Common Date) $20 Saint Gaudens Gold U. S. Coin

Ch/gem Bu Ngc / Pcgs Ms63 (random Common Date) $20 Saint Gaudens Gold U. S. Coin
Don’t miss out! CALL OUR CUSTOMER SERVICE FOR DETAILS AND QUESTIONS ABOUT THIS ITEM. YOU WILL GET RANDOM COMMON DATES THAT I HAVE IN STOCK. Check out my other items. Be sure to add me to your favorites list. The item “CH/GEM BU NGC / PCGS MS63 (RANDOM COMMON DATE) $20 SAINT GAUDENS GOLD U. S. COIN” is in sale since Sunday, January 8, 2017. This item is in the category “Coins & Paper Money\Coins\ US\Gold (Pre-1933)\$20, Double Eagle”. The seller is “trentwood” and is located in Perrysburg, Ohio. This item can be shipped to United States, Canada, United Kingdom, Denmark, Romania, Slovakia, Czech republic, Finland, Hungary, Latvia, Malta, Estonia, Australia, Greece, Portugal, Cyprus, Slovenia, Japan, Sweden, Indonesia, Belgium, France, Hong Kong, Ireland, Netherlands, Poland, Spain, Italy, Germany, Austria, Singapore, Norway, Saudi arabia, United arab emirates, Bahrain, Croatia, Malaysia, Colombia, Panama, Jamaica.
  • Certification: NGC / PCGS
  • Circulated/Uncirculated: Uncirculated
  • Grade: MS 63
  • Composition: Gold
  • Country/Region of Manufacture: United States
  • Denomination: $20

Ch/gem Bu Ngc / Pcgs Ms63 (random Common Date) $20 Saint Gaudens Gold U. S. Coin
2009 American Gold Buffalo (1 oz) $50 NGC MS70 Early Releases
2009 American Gold Buffalo (1 oz) $50 NGC MS70 Early Releases
2009 American Gold Buffalo (1 oz) $50 NGC MS70 Early Releases
2009 American Gold Buffalo (1 oz) $50 NGC MS70 Early Releases

2009 American Gold Buffalo (1 oz) $50 NGC MS70 Early Releases
Serving Collectors and Investors for Over 50 Years. Deal of the Day. Created to compete with international bullion of higher purity, Buffalos are. 9999 (24 carat) bullion, as opposed to Americas pre-existing Gold Eagle at 91.67% (22 carat). The design is a rendition of the classic U. Buffalo Nickel, with Indian head profile on the obverse and American Bison on the reverse. The “Stock Images” used in this description are an indicator of the quality of the item you will receive. The actual item you will receive is guaranteed to be as described and depicted. Due to additional Safety & Security policies, Orders for Bullion products cannot be processed Same Day. UPS 2 Day Air with Signature Confirmation. However, we reserve the right to make Carrier and Service Level changes due to operating conditions. If you need to change the Address you should cancel your order and place a new order using the correct address. Bullion coins, bars and rounds are mass-produced and are not manufactured to the same quality standards as collector coins. Listed prices for bullion products are firm and not negotiable. Prices will change with movements in the spot price of the underlying metal while precious metals markets are open. Pre-Owned Vintage US Mint Products. Except for current year products, nearly all of our US Mint products have been previously owned. Unless otherwise disclosed, all of our US Mint products come with their complete original packaging. We inspect all pre-owned US Mint products prior to offering them for sale. We only sell sets that have passed our inspection; the coins are typically free of excessive hazing, spotting, or distracting toning. While the items are typically in very good condition for their age, these vintage products are not new. Use of Stock Images. We typically have multiple quantities available of many of our most popular products. As a result we often use “Stock Images” to represent the actual product. When a “Stock Image” is used to merchandise a product, that use will be disclosed as follows. The’Stock Images’ used in this Description are an indicator of the quality of the item you will receive. “Random Dates” Product Listings. When purchasing “Random Dates” products you can expect to receive dates and types of our choice, depending upon current stock on hand. Due to high volume it is impractical for us to select specific dates upon request. Liberty Coin attempts to display product images shown on the site as accurately as possible. However, we cannot guarantee that the color you see matches the product color, as the display of the color depends, in part, upon the monitor you are using. Prices and availability of products and services are subject to change without notice. Errors will be corrected where discovered, and Liberty Coin, LLC reserves the right to revoke any stated offer and to correct any errors, inaccuracies or omissions including after an order has been submitted and whether or not the order has been confirmed. Since 1965, Liberty Coin has offered an ever-expanding line of precious metal bullion, collectible coins and US Mint products. Whether you are an investor seeking asset diversification through precious metals, an experienced collector searching for a key date coin, or simply trying to find a vintage Proof Set as a gift, Liberty Coin’s extensive inventory is available to meet your needs. To contact Liberty Coin. Sign up to receive special insider notifications of deals, promotions, and new items! Powered by Solid Commerce The All-in-One Listing, Inventory & Order Management Solution. The item “2009 American Gold Buffalo (1 oz) $50 NGC MS70 Early Releases” is in sale since Friday, April 24, 2015. This item is in the category “Coins & Paper Money\Bullion\Gold\Coins”. The seller is “liberty.coin” and is located in Huntington Beach, California. This item can be shipped to United States, Canada, United Kingdom, Denmark, Romania, Czech republic, Finland, Hungary, Malta, Australia, Greece, Portugal, Cyprus, Japan, Sweden, Indonesia, Belgium, France, Hong Kong, Ireland, Netherlands, Poland, Spain, Germany, Austria, Singapore, Switzerland, Norway, Saudi arabia, United arab emirates, Qatar, Kuwait, Bahrain, Malaysia, Brazil, Colombia, Barbados, Bermuda, Brunei darussalam, Ecuador, French guiana, Guernsey, Gibraltar, Iceland, Jersey, Cayman islands, Liechtenstein, Luxembourg, Monaco, Macao, Martinique, Maldives, Oman, Peru, Paraguay.
  • Composition: Gold
  • Circulated/Uncirculated: Uncirculated
  • Strike Type: Business
  • Mint Location: West Point
  • Grade: MS70
  • Certification: NGC
  • Precious Metal Content: 1 oz
  • Year: 2009
  • Denomination: $50

2009 American Gold Buffalo (1 oz) $50 NGC MS70 Early Releases
2013-W American Gold Buffalo Proof (1 oz) $50 NGC PF70 UCAM Fraser Label
2013-W American Gold Buffalo Proof (1 oz) $50 NGC PF70 UCAM Fraser Label
2013-W American Gold Buffalo Proof (1 oz) $50 NGC PF70 UCAM Fraser Label
2013-W American Gold Buffalo Proof (1 oz) $50 NGC PF70 UCAM Fraser Label

2013-W American Gold Buffalo Proof (1 oz) $50 NGC PF70 UCAM Fraser Label
Serving Collectors and Investors for Over 50 Years. Deal of the Day. Created to compete with international bullion of higher purity, Buffalos are. 9999 (24 carat) bullion, as opposed to America’s pre-existing Gold Eagle at 91.67% (22 carat). The design is a rendition of the classic U. Buffalo Nickel, with Indian head profile on the obverse and American Bison on the reverse. The “Stock Images” used in this description are an indicator of the quality of the item you will receive. The actual item you will receive is guaranteed to be as described and depicted. Due to additional Safety & Security policies, Orders for Bullion products cannot be processed Same Day. UPS 2 Day Air with Signature Confirmation. However, we reserve the right to make Carrier and Service Level changes due to operating conditions. If you need to change the Address you should cancel your order and place a new order using the correct address. Bullion coins, bars and rounds are mass-produced and are not manufactured to the same quality standards as collector coins. Listed prices for bullion products are firm and not negotiable. Prices will change with movements in the spot price of the underlying metal while precious metals markets are open. Pre-Owned Vintage US Mint Products. Except for current year products, nearly all of our US Mint products have been previously owned. Unless otherwise disclosed, all of our US Mint products come with their complete original packaging. We inspect all pre-owned US Mint products prior to offering them for sale. We only sell sets that have passed our inspection; the coins are typically free of excessive hazing, spotting, or distracting toning. While the items are typically in very good condition for their age, these vintage products are not new. Use of Stock Images. We typically have multiple quantities available of many of our most popular products. As a result we often use “Stock Images” to represent the actual product. When a “Stock Image” is used to merchandise a product, that use will be disclosed as follows. The’Stock Images’ used in this Description are an indicator of the quality of the item you will receive. “Random Dates” Product Listings. When purchasing “Random Dates” products you can expect to receive dates and types of our choice, depending upon current stock on hand. Due to high volume it is impractical for us to select specific dates upon request. Liberty Coin attempts to display product images shown on the site as accurately as possible. However, we cannot guarantee that the color you see matches the product color, as the display of the color depends, in part, upon the monitor you are using. Prices and availability of products and services are subject to change without notice. Errors will be corrected where discovered, and Liberty Coin, LLC reserves the right to revoke any stated offer and to correct any errors, inaccuracies or omissions including after an order has been submitted and whether or not the order has been confirmed. Since 1965, Liberty Coin has offered an ever-expanding line of precious metal bullion, collectible coins and US Mint products. Whether you are an investor seeking asset diversification through precious metals, an experienced collector searching for a key date coin, or simply trying to find a vintage Proof Set as a gift, Liberty Coin’s extensive inventory is available to meet your needs. To contact Liberty Coin. Sign up to receive special insider notifications of deals, promotions, and new items! Powered by Solid Commerce The All-in-One Listing, Inventory & Order Management Solution. The item “2013-W American Gold Buffalo Proof (1 oz) $50 NGC PF70 UCAM Fraser Label” is in sale since Wednesday, October 19, 2016. This item is in the category “Coins & Paper Money\Bullion\Gold\Coins”. The seller is “liberty.coin” and is located in Huntington Beach, California. This item can be shipped to United States, Canada, United Kingdom, Denmark, Romania, Czech republic, Finland, Hungary, Malta, Australia, Greece, Portugal, Cyprus, Japan, Sweden, Indonesia, Belgium, France, Hong Kong, Ireland, Netherlands, Poland, Spain, Germany, Austria, Singapore, Norway, Saudi arabia, United arab emirates, Bahrain, Malaysia, Colombia, Panama, Jamaica, Barbados, Bermuda, Brunei darussalam, Ecuador, French guiana, Guernsey, Gibraltar, Iceland, Jersey, Cayman islands, Liechtenstein, Luxembourg, Monaco, Macao, Martinique, Maldives, Oman, Peru, Paraguay.
  • Composition: Gold
  • Circulated/Uncirculated: Uncirculated
  • Strike Type: Proof
  • Mint Location: West Point
  • Grade: PF70 UCAM
  • Certification: NGC
  • Year: 2013
  • Denomination: $50

2013-W American Gold Buffalo Proof (1 oz) $50 NGC PF70 UCAM Fraser Label
2018 Australia 1 oz Gold Swan MS-70 NGC (ER) SKU#166779

2018 Australia 1 oz Gold Swan MS-70 NGC (ER) SKU#166779
1 oz Gold Bars. 1 oz lot of 20. 1 oz lot of 25. 1 oz lot of 100. 1 oz lot of 500. 2018 Australia 1 oz Gold Swan MS-70 NGC (ER) – SKU#166779. The 2018 Gold Swan coin has a limited mintage of 5,000 coins made of. However, these MS-70 NGC coins feature a much lower population than the raw coins. An instant collector favorite, the Swan series is renowned world-wide. The highly anticipated 2018 1 oz Gold Swan features a new and exciting design. The design for 2018 depicts the iconic Swan and her cygnet gracefully swimming on the water’s surface. This coin is the second in an annual series of 1 oz limited mintage Gold Swan bullion coins with designs varying each year. Contains 1 oz of. NGC encapsulation guarantees and protects your coins. The Early Releases label ensures that the coin was received by NGC within the first 30 days of release. Limited mintage of 5,000 coins worldwide. Obverse: Displays the Ian Rank-Broadley likeness of Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth II, the monetary denomination and the 2018 year-date are depicted. Reverse: Depicts the unique animal emblem of Western Australia swimming gracefully on the surface of the water with her cygnet. The design includes the inscription “THE 1oz 9999 AUSTRALIAN GOLD SWAN” and The Perth Mints “P” mintmark. Protect and display your perfect MS-70 NGC Swan in style by adding an attractive display or gift box. This swan is so lifelike that it appears to be ready to take flight off the coin itself. Add this spectacular 2018 1 oz Gold Swan graded Early Release MS-70 by NGC to your cart today! The Swan is an iconic species that is so synonymous with the Perth Mint itself that it even appears in the Mints logo. The Perth Mints operations are situated in the heart of Perth, the capital and largest city of Western Australia. Founded in 1829 on the shores of the Swan River, the original colony in the territory was in fact called Swan River Colony, the location of which is now Perth. Perth grew rapidly in the late 19th century thanks to its rich deposits of natural resources such as oil, gas and perhaps most of all, Gold. From its origins the Perth Mint is in many ways personified by the Swan, a regal waterfowl that appears on the flag of Western Australia and symbolizes timelessness, elegance and beauty, much like the standard of coins produced by the Perth Mint itself. The Perth Mint has a phenomenal reputation for producing high quality Gold bullion that also provides collectors the ability to collect an entire series that showcases different designs. Customers worldwide collect the Lunars and Kangaroos due to their resell values and collectibility. Swans are often a symbol of love and fidelity due to their long-lasting monogamous relationships. Swans are almost entirely herbivorous, though they will eat small amounts of aquatic animals. There are around seven different species of swan found around the world. Swans are classified as a threatened species mostly due to hunting and habitat loss. Pollution is also a contributing factor. Each package is fully insured. There are no exceptions to this rule. The UPS Store, or similar third party drop off locations. If you do not receive the package directly from the common carrier, you agree to take all reasonable actions to assist in recovery of the package, including but not limited to filling out reports (and/or police reports) and providing all information needed or that may be requested to assist in recovery of the package. We may ask you to file a police report if it appears loss is due to theft or tampering. Your assistance speeds up the investigation and the sooner we complete it, the sooner we can resolve the missing order. If we determine the package is lost or damaged, we file a claim. Failure to fully cooperate will jeopardize coverage that may be provided to you. For approved exchanges, you must follow all instructions provided by Customer Service, including carefully packaging the Product. Prices Q: How often are prices updated? Our listings remain live while pricing updates so you don’t have to worry about listings being removed and reposted. Orders Q: Is there a minimum order amount? Orders of all dollar amounts are welcome. Q: Can I change my order once it’s placed? A: Processing begins immediately upon completion therefore changes cannot be accepted. Q: Can I cancel my order? A: Once your order is completed it cannot be cancelled. Please be certain of your order before finalizing. A: Oklahoma City, Oklahoma. Q: Is my package insured while in transit? Additionally, if a package is signed for by the apartment/complex building management, we do not assume responsibility. Q: What do I do when my package appears to be lost? There are no added commissions. Back Ordered Items Supply and demand problems occasionally occur in our business. From time to time, we have more buyers than sellers. If your Order(s) is cancelled, you agree you have full responsibility and liability to APMEX for any Market Loss. Pricing or Typographical Errors We work hard to provide accurate Product and pricing information to you. However, pricing or typographical errors may occur. Prices and availability are subject to change without notice. Risks All investments involve risk; Coins and Bullion are no exception. The value of a Bullion Coin e. American Eagles or Canadian Maple Leafs is affected by many economic factors, including the current market price of Bullion, the perceived scarcity of the Coins and other factors. Some of these factors include the quality, and current demand and general market sentiment. Therefore, because both Bullion and Coins can go down in price as well as up, investing in them may not be suitable for everyone. Because all investments, including Bullion and Coins, can decline in value, you should understand them well, and have adequate cash reserves and disposable income before considering a Bullion or Coin investment. Please consult your financial advisor. APMEX does guarantee that every item that we sell is genuine and that all Precious Metal items do contain the weight, fineness, and purity that we have advertised. However, all investments, of every type, involve some level of risk and Precious Metals are no exception. Like many markets, the Precious Metals market is speculative, and it is unregulated. The value of any Bullion item is generally determined by current spot price of the underlying Precious Metal and by the supply and demand for these particular items. These prices will fluctuate throughout the day while the Precious Metals market is open. If you are considering purchasing Precious Metals as an investment, you should assess the stability of the current market and contact your financial advisor for all advice. Definitions The following terms have the following meanings in these T&C: 1. The term “APMEX” means APMEX, Inc. The term “Bullion” is used to describe (1) Gold, Silver, Platinum or Palladium Coin(s) which closely follow spot prices and have little or no Numismatic value (such as restrikes); and (2) the form in which metal is shaped such as bars, ingots or wafers. The term “Coin(s)” means a stamped piece of metal of a known weight and fineness issued for commerce by a sovereign government. The term “Fair Market Value” means the Fair Market Value of the Product as determined by APMEX, in its reasonable discretion, as of 5:00 p. The term “Numismatic Coin(s)” means a Coin, the price of which depends more in its (their) rarity, condition, dates, and mint marks than on their gold or silver content, if any. The term “Precious Metal” means Gold, Silver and Platinum along with the Platinum group of elements: rhodium, osmium, ruthenium, Palladium and iridium. Precious Metals are characteristically lustrous, ductile, rare and nonreactive. The term “Semi-Numismatic” means a Coin that has both Bullion and Numismatic value. General Absence of Relationship. No other relationship, including, without limitation, any agent-principal relationship, any employee-employer relationship, any franchisee-franchisor relationship, any joint venture relationship or any partnership relationship, between APMEX and you exists. You may not assign any of your rights or obligations under these T&C without the prior written consent of APMEX, which may be granted or withheld by APMEX in its sole discretion. This contract, including but not limited to the T&C, shall be binding on all permitted assigns and successors of APMEX and you. It is APMEX’s goal that any disagreement or dispute be resolved expeditiously. If an amicable resolution cannot be reached, you agree that any and all disagreements and disputes between us shall be resolved in accordance with the following paragraphs: (a) Forum Selection and Governing Law. All such disputes shall be resolved exclusively in such federal and state courts, as appropriate, in that jurisdiction. You hereby consent to personal jurisdiction and venue in those federal and state courts for the purpose of resolving any disagreements or disputes between us and waive all objections to the jurisdiction of such federal and state courts. Any action arising out of or relating to these T&C shall be governed by, and interpreted in accordance with, the laws of the State of Oklahoma, without regard to conflict of laws principles. (b) Waiver of Jury Trial; Arbitration. If APMEX cannot perform any obligation hereunder as a result of any event that is beyond its control, APMEX’s delay or failure to perform such obligation shall be excused and APMEX shall not be liable for any damages as a result of, or in connection with, such delay or such failure. You shall execute and deliver such other documents and take such other actions as may be reasonably requested by APMEX to carry out your obligations under these T&C. Except as otherwise provided herein, all notices and other communications to APMEX shall be directed to APMEX, c/o Chief Financial Officer, 226 Dean A. McGee Avenue Oklahoma City, OK 73102, and all other notices and other communications to you shall be directed, at the option of APMEX, to the address that you provided to APMEX at the time of your registration. A decision or a failure by APMEX to take action with respect to any non-compliance by you of your obligations to APMEX or to insist upon strict adherence to any term in these T&C, does not affect the ability of APMEX with respect to any other non-compliance by you, and does not waive or limit APMEX’s right thereafter to insist upon strict adherence to that or any other term, whether of a similar or dissimilar nature. The section headings are included for ease of reference and do not affect the interpretation or the scope of these T&C. These T&C are intended to be enforceable to the fullest extent permitted by applicable law. If any term of these T&C is held to be unenforceable for any reason, such unenforceability shall not affect the other terms of these T&C, and the term that would otherwise be unenforceable shall be enforced to the fullest extent that it would be enforceable. APMEX may amend these T&C at any time by posting the amended terms on the website, and such amendments shall become effective immediately. If you become aware that you may be required to make any disclosure of such information, including, without limitation, as a result of the receipt of a subpoena or other compulsory process, you shall promptly notify, in writing, APMEX and you shall cooperate, in good faith, with APMEX in obtaining a protective order or other appropriate relief, if any, with respect to such disclosure. The item “2018 Australia 1 oz Gold Swan MS-70 NGC (ER) SKU#166779″ is in sale since Monday, April 23, 2018. This item is in the category “Coins & Paper Money\Coins\ World\Australia & Oceania\Australia\Gold”. The seller is “apmex” and is located in United States. This item can be shipped to United States.
  • Brand: Perth Mint
  • MPN: 166779
  • Certification: NGC

2018 Australia 1 oz Gold Swan MS-70 NGC (ER) SKU#166779
1515, Royal France, Louis XII. Scarce Gold Ecu (for Dauphine!) Coin. NGC AU58
1515, Royal France, Louis XII. Scarce Gold Ecu (for Dauphine!) Coin. NGC AU58
1515, Royal France, Louis XII. Scarce Gold Ecu (for Dauphine!) Coin. NGC AU58
1515, Royal France, Louis XII. Scarce Gold Ecu (for Dauphine!) Coin. NGC AU58

1515, Royal France, Louis XII. Scarce Gold Ecu (for Dauphine!) Coin. NGC AU58
1515, Royal France, Louis XII. Scarce Gold “Ecu” for Dauphine! Certified and graded by NGC as AU-58! Denomination: Écu d’or au Soleio for Dauphine. Gold Ecu with sun, for Daupine. Weight: 3.42gm Material: Gold! Obverse: Circular quartered Arms of France (triple lis symbols) and the Province of Dauphiné (dolphins) with a sun at 12 o’cock. Legend: (lis symbol) LVDOVICVS °° DEI °° GRA °° FRANCOROM. Spelling error of the engraver: “FRANCOROM” instead of FRANCORVM! °° EX °° (privy mark) °°. Reverse: Cross patonce, with lis in center and at tips of cross. Legend: + XPS °° VINCIT °° XPS °° REGNAT °° XPS °° IPERAT. Spelling error of the engraver: “PERAT” instead of IMPERAT! The Dauphiné or Dauphiné Viennois is a former province in southeastern France, roughly corresponding to the present departments of the Isère, Drôme, and Hautes-Alpes. The historical capital is Grenoble and the main towns Vienne, Valence, Die, Gap and Briançon. Louis XI was the only king of France to reside in the Dauphiné for any length of time. In the 12th century, the local ruler Count Guigues IV of Albon c. 10951142 bore a dolphin on his coat of arms and was nicknamed le Dauphin (French for dolphin). His descendants changed their title from Count of Albon to Dauphin of Viennois. The state took the name of Dauphiné. Louis XII (27 June 1462 – 1 January 1515) was a monarch of the House of Valois who ruled as King of France from 1498 to 1515 and King of Naples from 1501 to 1504. The son of Charles, Duke of Orléans, and Maria of Cleves, he succeeded his cousin Charles VIII, who died without a living heir in 1498. Before his accession to the throne of France, he was known as Louis of Orléans and was compelled to be married to his handicapped and sterile cousin Joan by his uncle, king Louis XI. By doing so, Louis XI hoped to extinguish the Orléans cadet branch of the House of Valois. Louis of Orléans was one of the great feudal lords who opposed the French monarchy in the conflict known as the Mad War. At the royal victory in the Battle of Saint-Aubin-du-Cormier in 1488, Louis was captured, but Charles VIII pardoned him and released him. When Louis XII became king in 1498, he had his marriage with Joan annulled by Pope Alexander VI and instead married Anne of Brittany, the widow of his cousin Charles VIII. This marriage allowed Louis to reinforce the personal Union of Brittany and France. Louis persevered in the Italian Wars, initiating a second Italian campaign for the control of the Kingdom of Naples. Louis conquered the Duchy of Milan in 1500 and pushed forward to the Kingdom of Naples, which fell to him in 1501. Proclaimed King of Naples, Louis faced a new coalition gathered by Ferdinand II of Aragon and was forced to cede Naples to Spain in 1504. Louis XII did not encroach on the power of local governments or the privileges of the nobility, in opposition with the long tradition of the French kings to impose an absolute monarchy in France. A popular king, Louis was proclaimed ” Father of the People ” French. Le Pére du Peuple. Louis XII died in 1515 without a male heir. He was succeeded by his cousin Francis from the Angoulême cadet branch of the House of Valois. The item “1515, Royal France, Louis XII. Scarce Gold Ecu (for Dauphine!) Coin. NGC AU58″ is in sale since Sunday, June 24, 2018. This item is in the category “Coins & Paper Money\Coins\ World\Gold”. The seller is “coinworldtv” and is located in Europe. This item can be shipped worldwide.
  • Certification Number: 3935233-006
  • Certification: NGC
  • Grade: AU58
  • Composition: Gold

1515, Royal France, Louis XII. Scarce Gold Ecu (for Dauphine!) Coin. NGC AU58
2015 High Relief American Liberty Gold MS-70 NGC (Early Releases) SKU #91820

2015 High Relief American Liberty Gold MS-70 NGC (Early Releases) SKU #91820
1 oz Gold Bars. 1 oz lot of 20. 1 oz lot of 25. 1 oz lot of 100. 1 oz lot of 500. 2015 High Relief American Liberty Gold MS-70 NGC (Early Releases) – SKU #91820. Mint has introduced a new coin containing 1 oz of. 9999 fine Gold, putting this coin on par with the popular Gold Buffalo. This issue has been graded a perfect MS-70 by NGC, one of the top coin grading services in the world. Contains 1 oz of. 9999 fine 24K Gold. NGC encapsulation protects and guarantees the perfect MS-70 condition. Early Releases designation ensures this coin was received by NGC within the first 30 days of minting. Limited mintage of only 50,000 coins. Obverse: Depicts Lady Liberty carrying the familiar torch and American flag, surrounded by “Liberty” and “In God We Trust”, designed by Justin Kunz. This high-quality design is further enhanced by the NGC guarantee. Add this certified Proof Gold High Relief coin to your cart today! Each package is fully insured. There are no exceptions to this rule. The UPS Store, or similar third party drop off locations. If you do not receive the package directly from the common carrier, you agree to take all reasonable actions to assist in recovery of the package, including but not limited to filling out reports (and/or police reports) and providing all information needed or that may be requested to assist in recovery of the package. We may ask you to file a police report if it appears loss is due to theft or tampering. Your assistance speeds up the investigation and the sooner we complete it, the sooner we can resolve the missing order. If we determine the package is lost or damaged, we file a claim. Failure to fully cooperate will jeopardize coverage that may be provided to you. For approved exchanges, you must follow all instructions provided by Customer Service, including carefully packaging the Product. Prices Q: How often are prices updated? Our listings remain live while pricing updates so you don’t have to worry about listings being removed and reposted. Orders Q: Is there a minimum order amount? Orders of all dollar amounts are welcome. Q: Can I change my order once it’s placed? A: Processing begins immediately upon completion therefore changes cannot be accepted. Q: Can I cancel my order? A: Once your order is completed it cannot be cancelled. Please be certain of your order before finalizing. A: Oklahoma City, Oklahoma. Q: Is my package insured while in transit? Additionally, if a package is signed for by the apartment/complex building management, we do not assume responsibility. Q: What do I do when my package appears to be lost? There are no added commissions. Back Ordered Items Supply and demand problems occasionally occur in our business. From time to time, we have more buyers than sellers. If your Order(s) is cancelled, you agree you have full responsibility and liability to APMEX for any Market Loss. Pricing or Typographical Errors We work hard to provide accurate Product and pricing information to you. However, pricing or typographical errors may occur. Prices and availability are subject to change without notice. Risks All investments involve risk; Coins and Bullion are no exception. The value of a Bullion Coin e. American Eagles or Canadian Maple Leafs is affected by many economic factors, including the current market price of Bullion, the perceived scarcity of the Coins and other factors. Some of these factors include the quality, and current demand and general market sentiment. Therefore, because both Bullion and Coins can go down in price as well as up, investing in them may not be suitable for everyone. Because all investments, including Bullion and Coins, can decline in value, you should understand them well, and have adequate cash reserves and disposable income before considering a Bullion or Coin investment. Please consult your financial advisor. APMEX does guarantee that every item that we sell is genuine and that all Precious Metal items do contain the weight, fineness, and purity that we have advertised. However, all investments, of every type, involve some level of risk and Precious Metals are no exception. Like many markets, the Precious Metals market is speculative, and it is unregulated. The value of any Bullion item is generally determined by current spot price of the underlying Precious Metal and by the supply and demand for these particular items. These prices will fluctuate throughout the day while the Precious Metals market is open. If you are considering purchasing Precious Metals as an investment, you should assess the stability of the current market and contact your financial advisor for all advice. Definitions The following terms have the following meanings in these T&C: 1. The term “APMEX” means APMEX, Inc. 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The item “2015 High Relief American Liberty Gold MS-70 NGC (Early Releases) SKU #91820″ is in sale since Tuesday, December 29, 2015. This item is in the category “Coins & Paper Money\Bullion\Gold\Coins”. The seller is “apmex” and is located in United States. This item can be shipped worldwide.
  • Brand: US Mint
  • Year: 2015
  • Certification: NGC
  • Grade: MS 70
  • MPN: 91820

2015 High Relief American Liberty Gold MS-70 NGC (Early Releases) SKU #91820

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2018-W American Gold Buffalo Proof 1 oz $50 NGC PF70 UCAM Early Releases
2018-W American Gold Buffalo Proof 1 oz $50 NGC PF70 UCAM Early Releases
2018-W American Gold Buffalo Proof 1 oz $50 NGC PF70 UCAM Early Releases
2018-W American Gold Buffalo Proof 1 oz $50 NGC PF70 UCAM Early Releases

2018-W American Gold Buffalo Proof 1 oz $50 NGC PF70 UCAM Early Releases
Serving Collectors and Investors for Over 50 Years. Deal of the Day. Created to compete with international bullion of higher purity, Buffalos are. 9999 (24 carat) bullion, as opposed to Americas pre-existing Gold Eagle at 91.67% (22 carat). The design is a rendition of the classic U. Buffalo Nickel, with Indian head profile on the obverse and American Bison on the reverse. This listing uses “Reference Images” The “Reference Images” used in this listing Description were created by Liberty Coin for reference only to depict the quality of the item you will receive. You will NOT receive the exact item, with the same certificate number, that was photographed to create the Reference Images. However, the actual item you will receive is guaranteed to be similar to that shown and exactly as described. Due to additional Safety & Security policies, Orders for Bullion products cannot be processed Same Day. UPS 2 Day Air with Signature Confirmation. However, we reserve the right to make Carrier and Service Level changes due to operating conditions. If you need to change the Address you should cancel your order and place a new order using the correct address. Bullion coins, bars and rounds are mass-produced and are not manufactured to the same quality standards as collector coins. Listed prices for bullion products are firm and not negotiable. Prices will change with movements in the spot price of the underlying metal while precious metals markets are open. Pre-Owned Vintage US Mint Products. Except for current year products, nearly all of our US Mint products have been previously owned. Unless otherwise disclosed, all of our US Mint products come with their complete original packaging. We inspect all pre-owned US Mint products prior to offering them for sale. We only sell sets that have passed our inspection; the coins are typically free of excessive hazing, spotting, or distracting toning. While the items are typically in very good condition for their age, these vintage products are not new. Use of Stock Images. We typically have multiple quantities available of many of our most popular products. As a result we often use “Stock Images” to represent the actual product. When a “Stock Image” is used to merchandise a product, that use will be disclosed as follows. The’Stock Images’ used in this Description are an indicator of the quality of the item you will receive. The actual item you will receive is guaranteed to be as described and depicted. “Random Dates” Product Listings. When purchasing “Random Dates” products you can expect to receive dates and types of our choice, depending upon current stock on hand. Due to high volume it is impractical for us to select specific dates upon request. Liberty Coin attempts to display product images shown on the site as accurately as possible. However, we cannot guarantee that the color you see matches the product color, as the display of the color depends, in part, upon the monitor you are using. Prices and availability of products and services are subject to change without notice. Errors will be corrected where discovered, and Liberty Coin, LLC reserves the right to revoke any stated offer and to correct any errors, inaccuracies or omissions including after an order has been submitted and whether or not the order has been confirmed. Since 1965, Liberty Coin has offered an ever-expanding line of precious metal bullion, collectible coins and US Mint products. Whether you are an investor seeking asset diversification through precious metals, an experienced collector searching for a key date coin, or simply trying to find a vintage Proof Set as a gift, Liberty Coin’s extensive inventory is available to meet your needs. To contact Liberty Coin. Sign up to receive special insider notifications of deals, promotions, and new items! Powered by Solid Commerce The All-in-One Listing, Inventory & Order Management Solution. The item “2018-W American Gold Buffalo Proof 1 oz $50 NGC PF70 UCAM Early Releases” is in sale since Wednesday, May 30, 2018. This item is in the category “Coins & Paper Money\Bullion\Gold\Coins”. The seller is “liberty.coin” and is located in Huntington Beach, California. This item can be shipped to United States, United Kingdom, Denmark, Romania, Czech republic, Finland, Hungary, Malta, Australia, Greece, Portugal, Cyprus, Japan, Sweden, Indonesia, Belgium, France, Hong Kong, Ireland, Netherlands, Poland, Spain, Germany, Austria, Singapore, Switzerland, Norway, Saudi arabia, United arab emirates, Qatar, Kuwait, Bahrain, Malaysia, Brazil, Colombia, Barbados, Bermuda, Brunei darussalam, Ecuador, French guiana, Guernsey, Gibraltar, Iceland, Jersey, Cayman islands, Liechtenstein, Luxembourg, Monaco, Macao, Martinique, Maldives, Oman, Peru, Paraguay, Canada.
  • Composition: Gold
  • Circulated/Uncirculated: Uncirculated
  • Strike Type: Proof
  • Mint Location: West Point
  • Grade: PF70 UCAM
  • Certification: NGC
  • Year: 2018
  • Denomination: $50

2018-W American Gold Buffalo Proof 1 oz $50 NGC PF70 UCAM Early Releases
Brutus Julius Caesar Roman Assassin 44BC Ancient Greek GOLD Coin NGC MS i66630
Brutus Julius Caesar Roman Assassin 44BC Ancient Greek GOLD Coin NGC MS i66630
Brutus Julius Caesar Roman Assassin 44BC Ancient Greek GOLD Coin NGC MS i66630
Brutus Julius Caesar Roman Assassin 44BC Ancient Greek GOLD Coin NGC MS i66630
Brutus Julius Caesar Roman Assassin 44BC Ancient Greek GOLD Coin NGC MS i66630

Brutus Julius Caesar Roman Assassin 44BC Ancient Greek GOLD Coin NGC MS i66630
Authentic Ancient Coin of. Assassin of Julius Caesar. Gold Propaganda Coin with Obverse of his silver Coin from 54 B. With his famous ancestor L. Brutus Struck under: Dynast of Thrace: Koson Gold Stater 20mm (8.47 grams) Struck After 44 B. Reference: RPC 1701; BMC Thrace pg. 208, 2; BMCRR II pg. 474, 48 Certification: NGC Ancients. Ch MS Strike: 5/5 Surface: 5/5 4241431-004 KO , Roman consul accompanied by two lictors; BR monogram to left Eagle standing left on sceptre, holding wreath. Koson: Golden Ally of Brutus. Marcus Junius Brutus and C. Cassius Longinus left for Greece in August of 44 BC, having failed to win popular support at Rome following the assassination of Caesar. In the next two years the tyrannicides collected an immense war chest as they assembled their forces for the contest against Antony and Octavian. The historian Appian Bell. 75 tells us that L. Brutus struck from the treasures consigned to him by Polemocratia, the widow of the Thracian dynast Sadalas. Although the identity of the “Koson” named on the coins remains uncertain, the coinage in his name must be the coinage of L. Brutus described by Appian. The obverse depicts the great consul L. Junius Brutus, who expelled the Tarquins from Rome in 509 BC, accompanied by two lictors bearing axes. The design is copied from the denarius issued by M. Junius Brutus when he was a moneyer in 54 BC (Crawford 433/1). The reverse, an eagle standing on a sceptre and holding a victory wreath, was evidently a standard type at Rome and occurs on the coinage of Q. Pomponius Rufus (Crawford 398/1). The monogram is to be read as BR or LBR Brutus or L. The designs express Brutus’ propaganda in the civil war perfectly: the obverse represents the historic fight against tyranny, and the reverse represents the victorious Roman eagle. Lucius Junius Brutus was the founder of the Roman Republic and traditionally one of the first consuls in 509 BC. He was claimed as an ancestor of the Roman gens Junia, including Decimus Junius Brutus and Marcus Junius Brutus, the most famous of Julius Caesar’s assassins. Prior to the establishment of the Roman Republic, Rome had been ruled by kings. Brutus led the revolt that overthrew the last king, Lucius Tarquinius Superbus, after the rape of the noblewoman (and kinswoman of Brutus) Lucretia at the hands of Tarquin’s son Sextus Tarquinius. The account is from Livy’s Ab urbe condita and deals with a point in the history of Rome prior to reliable historical records (virtually all prior records were destroyed by the Gauls when they sacked Rome under Brennus in 390 BC or 387 BC). Overthrow of the Monarchy. Lucius Iunius Brutus, on right. Main article: Overthrow of the Roman monarchy. Brutus was the son of Tarquinia, daughter of Rome’s fifth king Lucius Tarquinius Priscus and sister to Rome’s seventh king Tarquinius Superbus. According to Livy, Brutus had a number of grievances against his uncle the king, amongst them was the fact that Tarquin had put to death a number of the chief men of Rome, including Brutus’ brother. Brutus avoided the distrust of Tarquin’s family by feigning slow-wittedness (in Latin brutus translates to dullard). He accompanied Tarquin’s sons on a trip to the Oracle of Delphi. The sons asked the oracle who would be the next ruler of Rome. The Oracle responded the next person to kiss his mother would become king. Brutus interpreted “mother” to mean the Earth, so he pretended to trip and kissed the ground. Brutus, along with Spurius Lucretius Tricipitinus, Publius Valerius Publicola, and Lucius Tarquinius Collatinus were summoned by Lucretia to Collatia after she had been raped by Sextus Tarquinius, the son of the king Tarquinius Superbus. Lucretia, believing that the rape dishonored her and her family, committed suicide by stabbing herself with a dagger after telling of what had befallen her. According to legend, Brutus grabbed the dagger from Lucretia’s breast after her death and immediately shouted for the overthrow of the Tarquins. The four men gathered the youth of Collatia, then went to Rome where Brutus, being at that time Tribunus Celerum , summoned the people to the forum and exhorted them to rise up against the king. The people voted for the deposition of the king, and the banishment of the royal family. Brutus, leaving Lucretius in command of the city, proceeded with armed men to the Roman army then camped at Ardea. The king, who had been with the army, heard of developments at Rome, and left the camp for the city before Brutus’ arrival. The army received Brutus as a hero, and the king’s sons were expelled from the camp. Tarquinius Superbus, meanwhile, was refused entry at Rome, and fled with his family into exile. The Oath of Brutus. According to Livy, Brutus’ first act after the expulsion of Lucius Tarquinius Superbus was to bring the people to swear an oath never to allow any man again to be king in Rome. Omnium primum avidum novae libertatis populum, ne postmodum flecti precibus aut donis regiis posset, iure iurando adegit neminem Romae passuros regnare. First of all, by swearing an oath that they would suffer no man to rule Rome, it forced the people, desirous of a new liberty, not to be thereafter swayed by the entreaties or bribes of kings. This is, fundamentally, a restatement of the’private oath’ sworn by the conspirators to overthrow the monarchy. Castissimum ante regiam iniuriam sanguinem iuro, vosque, di, testes facio me L. Tarquinium Superbum cum scelerata coniuge et omni liberorum stirpe ferro igni quacumque dehinc vi possim exsecuturum, nec illos nec alium quemquam regnare Romae passurum. There is no scholarly agreement that the oath took place; it is reported, although differently, by Plutarch (Poplicola , 2) and Appian B. Brutus and Lucretia’s bereaved husband, Lucius Tarquinius Collatinus, were elected as the first consuls of Rome (509 BC). However, Tarquinius was soon replaced by Publius Valerius Publicola. Brutus’ first acts during his consulship, according to Livy, included administering an oath to the people of Rome to never again accept a king in Rome (see above) and replenishing the number of senators to 300 from the principal men of the equites. During his consulship the royal family made an attempt to regain the throne, firstly by their ambassadors seeking to subvert a number of the leading Roman citizens in the Tarquinian conspiracy. Amongst the conspirators were two brothers of Brutus’ wife Vitellia, and Brutus’ two sons, Titus Junius Brutus and Tiberius Junius Brutus. The conspiracy was discovered and the consuls determined to punish the conspirators with death. Brutus gained respect for his stoicism in watching the execution of his own sons, even though he showed emotion during the punishment. Tarquin again sought to retake the throne soon after at the Battle of Silva Arsia, leading the forces of Tarquinii and Veii against the Roman army. Valerius led the infantry, and Brutus led the cavalry. Aruns, the king’s son, led the Etruscan cavalry. The cavalry first joined battle and Aruns, having spied from afar the lictors, and thereby recognizing the presence of a consul, soon saw that Brutus was in command of the cavalry. The two men, who were cousins, charged each other, and speared each other to death. The infantry also soon joined the battle, the result being in doubt for some time. The right wing of each army was victorious, the army of Tarquinii forcing back the Romans, and the Veientes being routed. However the Etruscan forces eventually fled the field, the Romans claiming the victory. The surviving consul, Valerius, after celebrating a triumph for the victory, held a funeral for Brutus with much magnificence. The Roman noblewomen mourned him for one year, for his vengeance of Lucretia’s violation. Brutus in literature and art. The Lictors Bring to Brutus the Bodies of His Sons by David, 1789. Lucius Junius Brutus is quite prominent in English literature, and he was quite popular among British and American Whigs. A reference to L. Brutus is in the following lines from Shakespeare’s play The Tragedie of Julius Cæsar , (Cassius to Marcus Brutus, Act 1, Scene 2). O, you and I have heard our fathers say, There was a Brutus once that would have brooktTh’eternal devil to keep his state in RomeAs easily as a king. One of the main charges of the senatorial faction that plotted against Julius Caesar after he had the Roman Senate declare him dictator for life, was that he was attempting to make himself a king, and a co-conspirator Cassius, enticed Brutus’ direct descendant, Marcus Junius Brutus, to join the conspiracy by referring to his ancestor. Brutus is a leading character in Shakespeare’s Rape of Lucrece and in Nathaniel Lee’s Restoration tragedy (1680), Lucius Junius Brutus; Father of his Country. In The Mikado , Nanki-poo refers to his father as “the Lucius Junius Brutus of his race”. The memory of L. Brutus also had a profound impact on Italian patriots, including those who established the ill-fated Roman Republic in February 1849. Brutus was a hero of republicanism during the Enlightenment and Neoclassical periods. In 1789, at the dawn of the French Revolution, master painter Jacques-Louis David publicly exhibited his politically charged masterwork, The Lictors Bring to Brutus the Bodies of His Sons , to great controversy. Marcus Junius Brutus (early June, 85 BC – late October, 42 BC), often referred to as Brutus , was a politician of the late Roman Republic. He is best known in modern times for taking a leading role in the assassination of Julius Caesar. Marcus Junius Brutus the Younger was the son of Marcus Junius Brutus the Elder and Servilia Caepionis. His father was killed by Pompey the Great in dubious circumstances after he had taken part in the rebellion of Lepidus; his mother was the half-sister of Cato the Younger, and later Julius Caesar’s mistress. Some sources refer to the possibility of Caesar being his real father, despite Caesar’s being only 15 years old when Brutus was born. Brutus’ uncle, Quintus Servilius Caepio, adopted him in about 59 BC, and Brutus was known officially for a time as Quintus Servilius Caepio Brutus before he reverted to using his birth-name. Following Caesar’s assassination in 44 BC, Brutus revived his adoptive name in order to illustrate his links to another famous tyrannicide, Gaius Servilius Ahala, from whom he was descended. Brutus held his uncle in high regard and his political career started when he became an assistant to Cato, during his governorship of Cyprus. From his first appearance in the Senate, Brutus aligned with the Optimates (the conservative faction) against the First Triumvirate of Marcus Licinius Crassus, Gnaeus Pompeius Magnus and Gaius Julius Caesar. When civil war broke out in 49 BC between Pompey and Caesar, Brutus followed his old enemy and present leader of the Optimates, Pompey. When the Battle of Pharsalus began, Caesar ordered his officers to take Brutus prisoner if he gave himself up voluntarily, and if he persisted in fighting against capture, to let him alone and do him no violence. After the disaster of the Battle of Pharsalus, Brutus wrote to Caesar with apologies and Caesar immediately forgave him. Caesar then accepted him into his inner circle and made him governor of Gaul when he left for Africa in pursuit of Cato and Metellus Scipio. In 45 BC, Caesar nominated Brutus to serve as urban praetor for the following year. Also, in June 45 BC, Brutus divorced his wife and married his first cousin, Porcia Catonis, Cato’s daughter. According to Cicero the marriage caused a semi-scandal as Brutus failed to state a valid reason for his divorce from Claudia other than he wished to marry Porcia. The marriage also caused a rift between Brutus and his mother, who resented the affection Brutus had for Porcia. Assassination of Julius Caesar (44 BC). Main article: Assassination of Julius Caesar. Death of Caesar by Vincenzo Camuccini. Around this time, many senators began to fear Caesar’s growing power following his appointment as dictator for life. Brutus was persuaded into joining the conspiracy against Caesar by the other senators. Eventually, Brutus decided to move against Caesar after Caesar’s king-like behavior prompted him to take action. His wife was the only woman privy to the plot. The conspirators planned to carry out their plot on the Ides of March (March 15) that same year. On that day, Caesar was delayed going to the Senate because his wife, Calpurnia Pisonis, tried to convince him not to go. The conspirators feared the plot had been found out. Brutus persisted, however, waiting for Caesar at the Senate, and allegedly still chose to remain even when a messenger brought him news that would otherwise have caused him to leave. When Caesar finally did come to the Senate, they attacked him. Publius Servilius Casca Longus was allegedly the first to attack Caesar with a blow to the shoulder, which Caesar blocked. However, upon seeing Brutus was with the conspirators, he covered his face with his toga and resigned himself to his fate. The conspirators attacked in such numbers that they even wounded one another. Brutus is said to have been wounded in the hand and in the legs. After the assassination, the Senate passed an amnesty on the assassins. This amnesty was proposed by Caesar’s friend and co-consul Marcus Antonius. Nonetheless, uproar among the population caused Brutus and the conspirators to leave Rome. Brutus settled in Crete from 44 to 42 BC. In 43 BC, after Octavian received his consulship from the Roman Senate, one of his first actions was to have the people that had assassinated Julius Caesar declared murderers and enemies of the state. Marcus Tullius Cicero, angry at Octavian, wrote a letter to Brutus explaining that the forces of Octavian and Marcus Antonius were divided. Antonius had laid siege to the province of Gaul, where he wanted a governorship. In response to this siege, Octavian rallied his troops and fought a series of battles in which Antonius was defeated. Battle of Philippi (42 BC). Upon hearing that neither Antonius nor Octavian had an army big enough to defend Rome, Brutus rallied his troops, which totaled about 17 legions. When Octavian heard that Brutus was on his way to Rome, he made peace with Antonius. Their armies, which together totaled about 19 legions, marched to meet Brutus and Gaius Cassius Longinus. The two sides met in two engagements known as the Battle of Philippi. The first was fought on October 3, 42 BC, in which Brutus defeated Octavian’s forces, although Cassius was defeated by Antonius’ forces. The second engagement was fought on October 23, 42 BC and ended in Brutus’ defeat. After the defeat, he fled into the nearby hills with only about four legions. Knowing his army had been defeated and that he would be captured, Brutus committed suicide. Among his last words were, according to Plutarch, By all means must we fly; not with our feet, however, but with our hands. Brutus also uttered the well-known verse calling down a curse upon Antonius (Plutarch repeats this from the memoirs of Publius Volumnius): Forget not, Zeus, the author of these crimes (in the Dryden translation this passage is given as Punish, great Jove, the author of these ills). Plutarch wrote that, according to Volumnius, Brutus repeated two verses, but Volumnius was only able to recall the one quoted. Antonius, as a show of great respect, ordered Brutus’ body to be wrapped in Antonius’ most expensive purple mantle (this was later stolen and Antonius had the thief executed). Brutus was cremated, and his ashes were sent to his mother, Servilia Caepionis. His wife Porcia was reported to have committed suicide upon hearing of her husband’s death, although, according to Plutarch (Brutus 53 para 2), there is some dispute as to whether this is the case: Plutarch states that there is a letter in existence that was allegedly written by Brutus mourning the manner of her death. 85 BC: Brutus was born in Rome to Marcus Junius Brutus The Elder and Servilia Caepionis. 58 BC: He was made assistant to Cato, governor of Cyprus which helped him start his political career. 53 BC: He was given the quaestorship in Cilicia. 49 BC: Brutus followed Pompey to Greece during the civil war against Caesar. 48 BC: Brutus was pardoned by Caesar. 46 BC: He was made governor of Gaul. 45 BC: He was made Praetor. 44 BC: Murdered Caesar with other liberatores; went to Athens and then to Crete. 42 BC: Battle with Marcus Antonius’s forces. This was the noblest Roman of them all: All the conspirators save only he Did that they did in envy of great Caesar; He only, in a general honest thought And common good to all, made one of them. His life was gentle, and the elements So mix’d in him that Nature might stand up And say to all the world This was a man! William Shakespeare, Julius Caesar , Act 5, Scene 5 (Mark Antony). The phrase Sic semper tyrannis! Thus, ever (or always), to tyrants! Is attributed to Brutus at Caesar’s assassination. The phrase is also the official motto of the Commonwealth of Virginia. John Wilkes Booth, the assassin of Abraham Lincoln, claimed to be inspired by Brutus. Booth’s father, Junius Brutus Booth, was named for Brutus, and Booth (as Marcus Antonius) and his brother (as Brutus) had performed in a production of Julius Caesar in New York just six months before the assassination. On the night of the assassination, Booth is alleged to have shouted “Sic semper tyrannis” while leaping to the stage of Ford’s Theater. And why; For doing what Brutus was honored for… Booth was also known to be greatly attracted to Caesar himself, having played both Brutus and Caesar upon various stages. The well-known phrase Et tu, Brute? Is famous as Caesar’s utterance in the play Julius Caesar, although it is not his last words, and the sources describing Caesar’s death disagree about what his last words were. In Dante’s Inferno , Brutus is one of three people deemed sinful enough to be chewed in one of the three mouths of Satan, in the very center of Hell, for all eternity. The other two are Cassius, who was Brutus’s fellow conspirator and Judas Iscariot (Canto XXXIV). Dante condemned these three in the afterlife for being Treacherous Against Their Masters and enemies of the King/Emperor. Shakespeare’s play Julius Caesar depicts Caesar’s assassination by Brutus and his accomplices, and the murderers’ subsequent downfall. In the final scene, Marcus Antonius describes Brutus as “the noblest Roman of them all”, for he was the only conspirator who acted for the good of Rome. In the Masters of Rome novels of Colleen McCullough, Brutus is portrayed as a timid intellectual who hates Caesar for personal reasons, foremost of them the fact that his marriage arrangement with Caesar’s daughter, Julia, whom Brutus deeply loved, was dissolved in Caesar’s political gamble to give his daughter’s hand to Pompey to cement with him an alliance. Cassius and Trebonius use him as a figurehead because of his family connections, and his descendence from the founder of the Republic. He appears in Fortune’s Favourites , Caesar’s Women , Caesar and The October Horse. Ides of March is an epistolatory novel by Thornton Wilder dealing with characters and events leading to, and culminating in, the assassination of Julius Caesar. In the TV series Rome , Brutus, portrayed by Tobias Menzies, is depicted as a young man torn between what he believes is right, and his loyalty and love of a man who has been like a father to him. In the series, his personality and motives are accurate but Brutus’ relationship to Cassius and Cato is not mentioned, and his three sisters and wife Porcia are omitted from the series completely. Brutus is an occasional supporting character in Asterix comics, most notably Asterix and Son in which he is the main antagonist. The character appears in the live Asterix film adaptations – though briefly in the first two – Asterix and Obelix vs Caesar (played by Didier Cauchy) and Asterix at the Olympic Games. In the latter film, he is portrayed as a comical villain by Belgian actor Benoît Poelvoorde: he is a central character to the film, even though he was not depicted in the original Asterix at the Olympic Games comic book. Following sources cited in Plutarch, he is implied in that film to be Julius Caesar’s biological son. The Hives’ song “B is for Brutus” contains titular and lyrical references to Junius Brutus. The Roman Republic was the phase of the ancient Roman civilization characterized by a republican form of government. It began with the overthrow of the Roman monarchy, c. 509 BC, and lasted over 450 years until its subversion, through a series of civil wars, into the Principate form of government and the Imperial period. The Roman Republic was governed by a complex constitution, which centered on the principles of a separation of powers and checks and balances. The evolution of the constitution was heavily influenced by the struggle between the aristocracy (the patricians), and other talented Romans who were not from famous families, the plebeians. Early in its history, the republic was controlled by an aristocracy of individuals who could trace their ancestry back to the early history of the kingdom. Over time, the laws that allowed these individuals to dominate the government were repealed, and the result was the emergence of a new aristocracy which depended on the structure of society, rather than the law, to maintain its dominance. During the first two centuries, the Republic saw its territory expand from central Italy to the entire Mediterranean world. In the next century, Rome grew to dominate North Africa, the Iberian Peninsula, Greece, and what is now southern France. During the last two centuries of the Roman Republic, it grew to dominate the rest of modern France, as well as much of the east. At this point, the republican political machinery was replaced with imperialism. The precise event which signaled the end of the Roman Republic and the transition into the Roman Empire is a matter of interpretation. Towards the end of the period a selection of Roman leaders came to so dominate the political arena that they exceeded the limitations of the Republic as a matter of course. Historians have variously proposed the appointment of Julius Caesar as perpetual dictator in 44 BC, the defeat of Mark Antony at the Battle of Actium in 31 BC, and the Roman Senate’s grant of extraordinary powers to Octavian (Augustus) under the first settlement in 27 BC, as candidates for the defining pivotal event ending the Republic. Many of Rome’s legal and legislative structures can still be observed throughout Europe and the rest of the world by modern nation state and international organizations. The Romans’ Latin language has influenced grammar and vocabulary across parts of Europe and the world. World-renowned expert numismatist, enthusiast, author and dealer in authentic ancient Greek, ancient Roman, ancient Byzantine, world coins & more. Ilya Zlobin is an independent individual who has a passion for coin collecting, research and understanding the importance of the historical context and significance all coins and objects represent. Send me a message about this and I can update your invoice should you want this method. Getting your order to you, quickly and securely is a top priority and is taken seriously here. Great care is taken in packaging and mailing every item securely and quickly. What is a certificate of authenticity and what guarantees do you give that the item is authentic? You will be very happy with what you get with the COA; a professional presentation of the coin, with all of the relevant information and a picture of the coin you saw in the listing. 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The item “Brutus Julius Caesar Roman Assassin 44BC Ancient Greek GOLD Coin NGC MS i66630″ is in sale since Tuesday, January 16, 2018. This item is in the category “Coins & Paper Money\Coins\ Ancient\Greek (450 BC-100 AD)”. The seller is “highrating_lowprice” and is located in Rego Park, New York. This item can be shipped worldwide.
  • Certification: NGC
  • Certification Number: 4241431-004
  • Grade: Ch MS
  • Composition: Gold
  • Culture: Greek
  • Coin Type: Ancient

Brutus Julius Caesar Roman Assassin 44BC Ancient Greek GOLD Coin NGC MS i66630
2006 1 oz Gold American Buffalo NGC MS 70 First Strikes
2006 1 oz Gold American Buffalo NGC MS 70 First Strikes

2006 1 oz Gold American Buffalo NGC MS 70 First Strikes
Australian Perth Mint Gold. Gold Bars & Rounds. Perth Mint Gold Bars. America the Beautiful Coins. 90% & 40% US Silver Coins. Australian Perth Mint Silver. Cast & Hand Poured. 2006 1 oz Gold American Buffalo NGC MS 70 First Strikes. MS 70 First Strikes. This stunning 2006 1 oz Gold American Buffalo NGC MS 70 First Strikes will make an excellent addition to your collection. This coin is graded a perfect Mint State 70 by NGC with a First Strikes label. The obverse features James Earle Fraser’s “Buffalo Nickel” design of an American Indian along with the inscriptions “LIBERTY, ” “F, ” and the year of mintage. The reverse portrays an American Buffalo which is meant to represent Black Diamond, a bison that lived in the Central Park Zoo of New York City in the early 1900’s. Inscriptions include “UNITED STATES OF AMERICA, ” “E PLURIBUS UNUM” and IN GOD WE TRUST. Along with the denomination, purity, and weight. If you have any questions or concerns, please contact one of our customer service representatives. By purchasing from Bullion Exchanges, you are agreeing to all of our Terms and Policies. Bullion Exchanges reserves the right to refuse or cancel any order reviewed by our Compliance Team, which are deemed questionable or have increasing potential risk for being fraudulent. All customers are subject to a review at our own discretion, in which additional information, identification and/or documentation, may be requested. A prompt response would help expedite the fulfillment of your order. Packages are no longer insured if the tracking information shows the package is delivered. We will only be liable to cover packages that are lost in transit or damaged. There are no exceptions to this policy. Once an order is placed, it cannot be modified or cancelled. Using high definition digital video, we record the packing of our products to affirm accuracy. Bullion Exchanges reserves the right to refuse or cancel any order reviewed by our Compliance Team, which are deemed questionable or have potential risk for being fraudulent. There are no exceptions. The submission of an order and subsequent receipt of a confirmation locks in your order and affects our metal hedging requirements and thus we are unable to make any price adjustments. Our in-house numismatist staff assign conditions to all products. The condition assigned to the products is derived from industry-wide standards. Please keep in mind that most images are stock images, and therefore you should not expect to receive the pictured products. Silver products, and some gold as well, may exhibit milk spots, and/or toning, which are normal and do not change the condition described in the listing, nor the value of the product. Coins that are holdered by one of the major grading companies are graded based on the condition they were in at the time of grading. However, at times, coins do tend to develop spotting or toning which are a normal happenstance in coins. Please keep in mind, the appearance of the toning and/or milk spots does not mean that the coin is not the grade specified on the actual slab. In instances where there is a discrepancy where the customer believes to be unjust, please refer to the grading companys guarantee policy. Both NGC and PCGS have a program where they will compensate the owner of the current coin if they believe the coin deserves a lower grade than it had originally received. Please note, bullion coins, bars and rounds are mass-produced and are not struck to the same quality standards as collector coins. These bullion products are not certified and therefore will not always be 100% perfect. All sales are final and therefore in cases when a product is offered on a Deal Price, previously locked-in orders for that product will not be subject to price reductions or cancellations. Bullion Exchanges reserves the right to cancel sales that may or may not have typography issues within the listings, pricing inaccuracies, systematic faults by our system, and/or errors caused by eBays system, without further notice. Purchasing bullion and/or coins involves price risk, and the purchaser assumes all such risk. We do not offer or make price adjustments based on the market fluctuations of precious metals, or for any other reason. We will never ask the customer to pay more for a product if the price significantly increased, so please refrain from requesting price adjustments after market prices decrease. The item “2006 1 oz Gold American Buffalo NGC MS 70 First Strikes” is in sale since Friday, August 3, 2018. This item is in the category “Coins & Paper Money\Bullion\Gold\Coins”. The seller is “bullion.exchanges” and is located in New York, New York. This item can be shipped to United States.
  • Year: 2006
  • Grade: MS 70
  • Brand/Mint: U.S. Mint
  • Country/Region of Manufacture: United States
  • Certification: NGC
  • Fineness: .9999
  • Coin: American Buffalo

2006 1 oz Gold American Buffalo NGC MS 70 First Strikes
2015-W $100 High Relief Liberty NGC MS69 Early Releases Gold Bullion coin ER
2015-W $100 High Relief Liberty NGC MS69 Early Releases Gold Bullion coin ER

2015-W $100 High Relief Liberty NGC MS69 Early Releases Gold Bullion coin ER
100% RISK FREE SATISFACTION GUARANTEE. Until July 1, 2019. The coin you receive may have a different certification number. This is the first High Relief coin released from the U. Mint since the 2009 Ultra High Relief, making it a coveted collectible in the High Relief series. Lustrous high relief surfaces reflect a sharp strike with crisp design elements displayed atop smooth fields. Produced at the West Point Mint, the 2015-W 1 ounce High Relief is struck from 24KT. This 2015-W High Relief Gold Liberty is also Early Release certified by NGC. Early Release coins are produced using the first dies forged by the Mint for a particular series. Use of these first dies typically result in a higher quality strike and finer details. A coin must be proven to have been released by the Mint within the first 30 days of issue in order to be designated Early Release. Only a limited quantity of coins will be classified Early Releases during any production run, making them prized among collectors and investors for their increased scarcity and added beauty. Own it today from a. With over 50+ years of experience! Any comparative pricing and population values were current at the time this listing was created. Pricing and pop values are subject to change. PNG membership is an honor and privilege restricted to the world’s most highly respected rare coin and precious metal dealers. About the Professional Numismatists Guild (PNG). PNG’s Code of Ethics and Standards for membership require that PNG only accept the most ethical professionals as members. Every PNG member MUST adhere to the strict Code of Ethics and Standards set forth by PNG. Admittance to PNG is voted upon by the PNG membership. PNG Collector’s Bill of Rights (see below). A note from Barry Stuppler, PNG member since 1982, and the Founder and President of Mint State Gold, a division of Stuppler & Co. Serving on the PNG Board of Directors for the past three years, I have had the privilege of experiencing first-hand why PNG is the premier organization for Rare Coin and Precious Metal Professionals. Barry Stuppler PNG member #334. PNG member since 1982. Currently sits on the PNG Board of Directors; elected to the Board in 2009. 1982 co-founder of The Industry Council for Tangible Assets (ICTA) and current member of ICTA Board of Directors. ICTA serves as the national trade association for all dealers, collectors, and investors. The ANA is the world’s largest numismatic organization, with over 30,000 members. Current President of the California Coin and Bullion Merchants Association (CCBMA). Founded Stuppler & Company, Inc. (MintStateGold. Com’s parent company) in 1995. One of the nation’s most well known and highly respected coin dealers. 50+ year veteran in the rare coin & precious metal community. PNG Collector’s Bill of Rights. To reaffirm PNG’s commitment to collectors and the numismatic fraternity, the Professional Numismatists Guild has adopted a Collector’s Bill of Rights. This ten-point pledge of consumer protection and education puts extra security into the hands of collectors, letting them know they can do business in the way it should be done — in a professional manner and with dealers of the highest integrity, who will stand behind the merchandise they sell. The Professional Numismatists Guild is proud to present this pledge to the numismatic community. Not use high pressure sales tactics. Do our best to educate our clients or direct them to resources. Submit to PNG arbitration in any unresolved dispute and abide by the arbitrator’s decision. Take your time and check out your merchandise up close and personal and see for yourself that it is everything we say it is! Mint State Gold does not! Love it or send it back! NO hassles, NO excuses, NO delays… Allow 3-5 days to clear. Credit and Debit cards. All orders in the continental U. We do our best to accommodate special requests, however, extra charges may apply. We haven’t built our business on clients keeping coins they’re unhappy with. If you are unsatisfied with your. Or instructions for returning the item pre-paid. Bullion items are priced according to daily market rates. Sell back to us. (a division of Stuppler & Company). 5855 Topanga Canyon Blvd. 410 Woodland Hills, CA 91367. The item “2015-W $100 High Relief Liberty NGC MS69 Early Releases Gold Bullion coin ER” is in sale since Wednesday, May 16, 2018. This item is in the category “Coins & Paper Money\Bullion\Gold\Coins”. The seller is “verypq” and is located in Woodland Hills, California. This item can be shipped to United States.
  • Certification: NGC
  • Grade: MS69
  • Circulated/Uncirculated: Uncirculated
  • Strike Type: Business
  • Mint Location: West Point
  • Year: 2015
  • Photos: Sample photo shown for quality. Your item will be very similar.

2015-W $100 High Relief Liberty NGC MS69 Early Releases Gold Bullion coin ER
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