You may have heard the term “crown gold” before. But what is crown gold, and how is it different from other types of gold? If you aren’t already investing in crown gold, now is a great time to get started in investing in precious metals. At CA Gold and Silver, we exchange crown gold. Always talk to your CPA or Financial Advisor before making investments.
What is Crown Gold?
Despite its name, crown gold does not refer to the gold used in creating crowns for your teeth. Crown gold is the purest form of gold that you can buy on the market today. The term crown gold refers to a 22-karat gold alloy. The name was introduced in 1526 in England under Henry VIII’s reign, referring to the gold that was used in the crown coin. It has a proportion of 22 parts out of 24 pure gold, and it is less prone to wear than 23-karat gold which tends to be softer.
What is the Best Type of Gold to Exchange?
Generally, gold bars are the most recommended route to take if you want to make the largest return on your investment. Gold bars tend to hold the most value, and they are the most versatile in weight. Because of this versatility, you have the most flexibility when it comes to how much you are willing to initially spend on your trade. It’s also a good idea to look for the highest purity of gold you can find since higher purities often are worth more.
What Kind of Crown Gold Do You Exchange?
Common Gold Coins We Buy:
- American Gold Eagle
- American Gold Buffalo
- South American Krugerrand
- Canadian Maple Leaf
- Mexican Gold Peso
- Chinese Gold Panda
- Austria Philharmonic
- $20 Coins, Liberty Head and St. Gaudens Type
- British Gold Sovereigns
- Austria Hungary Gold Corona
- Austrian Gold Ducat
- Swiss Gold Franc
- French Gold Franc
What Gold Items We Sell
We sell many different types of gold coins, bars, and bullion. Our stock is frequently updated, and can be found here.
Ready to Start Investing?
Contact us to start buying and selling gold.