3/4 oz Gold Coins (Random Year, Varied Condition, Any Mint) - Silver.com
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3/4 oz Gold Coins (Random Year, Varied Condition, Any Mint)

Sell to Us Price: $1,294.05

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Gold coins typically come in a handful of standard weights when it comes to modern bullion. 1 oz gold is the most popular option, with other common examples including 1/20, 1/10, 1/4, and 1/2 oz coins. Among the least common gold coin weights is 3/4 oz, but it does exist and now you have a chance to purchase some those coins. Today, 3/4 oz Gold Coins from random years and mints are available to you online at Silver.com.

Coin Highlights:

  • Available to ship to you inside of protective flips!
  • Coins come from any mint with random date marks available!
  • Consists of Three-Quarter Troy ounces of .999 or .9999 fine gold.
  • The face values are assigned by the issuing mint and nation.
  • Obverse and reverse designs selected by the issuing mint.
  • Available today in varied conditions.
  • Please be aware the buying multiples could result in receiving several of the same coins in the same condition from the same mint.

Most of the gold coins for sale in the 3/4 oz weight are one-time issues meant to mark a particular occasion. As it is not a popular weight among investors, it is not often used in regular bullion programs such as the Gold American Eagle, Gold Canadian Maple Leaf, or Gold Britannia that all feature annual releases.

All of the 3/4 oz Gold Coins offered here today at Silver.com come with some form of protective packaging. Most are available with protective plastic flips, but some may still feature the original packaging depending on the condition and previous handling of the coin. All products in this listing are available from random years in varied condition and originate from any number of different mints.

Silver.com cannot guarantee the condition of the coin you receive or its date mark. Items are chosen at random once your payment is processed. We also cannot guarantee that you’ll receive variety if you purchase more than one coin. We are unable to select various date marks, designs, conditions, and mints of origin if you buy more than on 3/4 oz Gold Coin.

The US Mint has one of the most visible examples of a 3/4 oz Gold Coin that you could receive through this listing. Issued in 2014, the Gold Kennedy Half Dollar coin was struck only in that year to mark the 50th anniversary of the 1964 introduction of Kennedy’s bust on the circulating half-dollar coin.

On the obverse is President John F. Kennedy’s portrait as created by Gilroy Roberts. The reverse includes Frank Gasparro’s rendition of the Presidential Seal. These proof gold coins were issued with “W” mint marks from the West Point Mint. Again, this is only an example of a coin you could receive.

Please feel free to reach out to Silver.com with your questions. You can call us on the phone at 888-989-7223, chat with us live online, or email us directly.

Additional information

Weight 0.75000 oz

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Brand: Generic

Year: Random

Mint: Varied

Condition: Varied

Weight: 3/4 oz

Purity: .999+ Fine Gold

Images shown are examples only. Actual item appearance is subject to change, but will always correlate with title and description.

Lowest Price: $1355.29

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