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Coin Values Step 1 --
   Identify your coins

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Coin Values Step 3 --
   Year and Mint

Coin Values Step 4 --

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The purpose of this site is to help you learn the current value of your U.S. gold coins. Whether you're interested in selling your coins or simply wish to know their worth, Coin Values Info provides an easy-to-follow, step-by-step guide to understanding U. S. gold coin prices and values.

Coin Values Info is a free service of American Gold Exchange, one of the most respected rare coin companies in the United States. AGE has a nationwide reputation for integrity and reliability that is unsurpassed in the industry.

With more than 30 years of experience in grading and trading rare coins and precious metals, Dana Samuelson, AGE's President, is an expert in coin values. He's happy to provide you with a free Coin Value Appraisal for you U.S. gold coins that will reflect your their current bid market value.

If you're interested in selling your coins, AGE will make you a fair and honest offer that pays you the full bid value of your coins.

Please note: Our free appraisal service is only available for determining the value of U.S. gold coins. No silver dollars or silver coins, please!

So let's get started in learning what your gold coins are worth! Please click Step 1 below.

Coin Values Step 1 -- Identify your coins

Dana Samuelson Dana Samuelson,
AGE President

Coin value - coin prices - $20 gold coin
1851-O $20 Liberty, MS62
Market value- $40,000