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1979 1oz gold Krugerrands

The stack holds 15 1oz coins. And each one is as gorgeous as the next. This stack is all 1979. My second stack (not shown) has a few 1978 mixed in. I’m not sure if I describe them as “proof”? I don’t believe “mint” is correct, as they are a foreign made coin. Please chuckle openly..if I’ve mucked it up. I don’t mind 🥴 I’m learning! As far as having them graded… is it worth it? I would have to sell 2-3 of them first just to pay for that. What would your advice be as far as how to sell them? Thank you 😊

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    JBKJBK Posts: 14,762 ✭✭✭✭✭
    edited November 24, 2023 3:11PM

    Mint/uncirculated.

    They're bullion so no need to slab.

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    GreenstangGreenstang Posts: 810 ✭✭✭✭
    edited November 22, 2023 8:04AM

    Agree, no need to waste money on getting them graded.
    For maximum profit, put them in a plastic capsule and sell individually.
    For a quick sale you could sell them as bullion to any gold dealer.

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    ifthevamzarockinifthevamzarockin Posts: 8,498 ✭✭✭✭✭

    This is a good way for you to present your coins here, in small groups. ;)

    Many gold 1 ounce coins trade as bullion.
    For the most part you will get the same amount or close if graded.
    Most of the time it's not worth the cost of grading.
    Some bullion coins may have a lower mintage or low population by PCGS that could make them worth grading.
    You should be able to do a small amount of research to see if you have any better dates.
    They don't appear to be proof coins and appear to be Mint/Uncirculated as mentioned by JBK.

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