Dean We're here to help you save your life savings now - before the next major crisis robs it from you!

Since 1982, Swiss America Trading Corporation has provided Americans with tangible financial alternatives and a portfolio diversification formula proven to protect wealth over time.

Today your money is at risk - both from the steady decline in the dollar's buying power as well as a sudden, unexpected financial market meltdown. We believe owning physical U.S. gold and silver coins today is no longer a luxury, but rather a vital safety hedge for you and your loved ones.

Unlike every other form of money on earth, Gold has a 4,000 year history of preserving wealth and offering instant liquidity worldwide, while offering you a way to maintain your personal privacy.

Our goal is simple: To inspire you to rediscover gold as the world's most trustworthy financial foundation on which to build your future. Gold stands the test of time. Gold always shines brightest in the world's darkest hour.

Over the years, our clients tell us owning tangible assets gives them greater peace of mind. Our multimedia educational resources and knowledgeable representatives will provide you the tools to understand the truth about owning gold in a world so full of broken political (and paper) promises.

Swiss America proudly stands behind our products - and behind you! We offer clients the expertise and service they deserve and tangible solutions that can be trusted for a lifetime.

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Dean M. Heskin
President, Swiss America



The moment you contact Swiss America, our team of trained professionals stand ready to serve you. Everyone at Swiss America, from our account executives to our support staff, plays a vital role in ensuring your Swiss America experience is a pleasant one.



Bullion Coins/Bars
bullion Swiss America Product Sales offers a wide array of U.S. and foreign gold, silver and platinum bullion coins. Popular U.S. coins include Gold and Silver American Eagles. Pure bullion gold coins are minted by the millions annually and are available in one-ounce, half-ounce, quarter-ounce and tenth-ounce weights. Bullion coins offer a solid, precious metal hedge from financial uncertainty and instant liquidity worldwide. Bullion prices can be volatile due to short-term speculation and do not offer the privacy of ownership historic U.S gold coins can provide.

coins Generic Numismatic Coins
Classic United States gold and silver coins, minted between 1795 and 1933 are a popular choice for many Americans. The classic $20 Liberty and $20 Saint Gaudens gold coins, as well as Morgan Silver Dollars, are the most popular U.S. gold and silver coins ever minted. Mint-State U.S. gold coins offer both the gold value bullion plus the added benefit of being considered a 100% private asset by the U.S. government - unlike public record bullion coins. Mint-State coins do not require 1099 reporting like bullion coin transactions do. Certified Mint-State coins trade daily worldwide and are valued based upon their scarcity, condition, grade and market demand.

Rare U.S. Coins
rare coins For collectors interested in the finest quality U.S. gold and silver coins with low populations, Swiss America offers a wide selection of rare U.S. numismatic coins. The market for these authentic American treasures is similar to fine art or antique collecting. Rare U.S. coins are highly sought after by collectors because so few exist today in pristine condition. Rare U.S. gold and silver coins primarily appeal to numismatists and professional coin collectors.

At Swiss America our goal is to help our clients find a suitable tangible asset diversification strategy, which may include U.S. bullion, U.S. Mint-State coins and/or U.S. rare coins. We suggest all forms of gold and silver assets be held for a minimum of 3-5 years and longer if possible.


Because classic, Mint-State U.S. gold and silver coins become harder to find every day, their value tends to increase over time. The number of coins originally issued (mintage) is one indication of scarcity, but it is the interplay between the market demand with the remaining supply that determines the ultimate scarcity of a coin. Mint-State coin population reports indicate the monthly changes in a coin’s scarcity and “survival” rate.

The condition of a coin is another key factor in determining value. The grading of a coin is performed under exacting specifications that require specialized training. The recognized specifications of each coin's grade are a decisive factor in the value. Numismatic experts use a numerical scale from 1 to 70 to describe a coin's condition and grade by giving the obverse (front) and reverse (back) of each coin equal examination.

Once the grade of a coin is “certified” it is placed into a hermetically sealed, tamper-proof plastic holder with its grade and certification permanently displayed. There are three major coin grading categories:

gold coins 1) Circulated: Coins graded 1-59, mostly for hobby level collectors.
2) Uncirculated: Coins graded “Mint State” 60-70, never used in circulation.
3) Proof: Coins graded Proof 60-70, special mintage using polished dies and planchets (coin blanks)

3. SUPPLY: The degree of collector and market demand also plays a key role in determining a coin's value. Since, classic U.S. coins are no longer minted, the supply is very limited due to attrition loss, mishandling, donating collections to museums, hoarding, government melt down and government intervention.

4. DEMAND: The key factors determining the market demand include; a coin’s rarity, historical significance, quality and track record. True coin collectors often invest decades in building a lifetime collection, with no immediate intention to sell, whereas classic U.S. coin investors are more interested in growth and return.


Today's savvy Americans realize the urgent need for tangible asset protection and diversification of their financial portfolio in the midst of an uncertain economic environment. Mint-State $20 U.S. gold coins offer superior asset protection, privacy and long-term growth potential.

The History of $20 Gold Pieces

gold history Pure Gold and silver coinage has been used as a medium of exchange and a store of value throughout recorded history. Mankind, starting with Abraham in the Old Testament up until your grandparents, understood gold and silver coins represent real money. This explains why America’s Founding Fathers designated gold and silver coins as the only “tender in payment of debts” in the U. S. Constitution, Article 1, Sec. 10.

U.S. gold coins were banned from general circulation starting with Franklin D. Roosevelt’s Executive Order of 1933. Under this order all circulated gold coins and gold bullion had to be surrendered to the Federal Reserve Bank in exchange for paper currency at face value. Thankfully, a precious few classic U.S. gold coins survived the melting pot by finding a new home in Europe. In 1975, gold ownership by the public again became legal, causing many of these early American $20 gold coins to return to the U.S. where they’ve gained great popularity.

These early U.S. gold coins used in daily commerce were nearly one ounce and had a twenty-dollar face value. The $20 face value was based upon an exact gold weight and purity. The two largest and most popular issues of U.S. gold coins were the $20 Liberty and the $20 Saint Gaudens.


double eagle The first U.S. gold coin issue, referred to as the Liberty Double Eagle, was designed by John B. Longacre and were minted in the U.S. between 1838-1908. U.S. Liberty gold coins were produced in five different denominations with a face value of $1, $2.50, $5, $10, and $20.

U.S. Liberty coins have became the symbol of America's unique heritage. These are the same gold pieces used by the American settlers of the Wild West, during the Civil War era and today remain in strong demand as a reminder of a time when our money was "good as gold!"


saint gaudens The second U.S. gold coin issue, minted from 1907 to 1933, was designed and named after the famous American sculptor Augustus St. Gaudens and is referred to as the Saint Gaudens. This design is considered the most beautiful American coin ever minted. This series of coins also includes St. Gaudens' classic Indian head design which were used on the $1, $2.50, $5 and $10 gold coins.

Both the Liberty gold coin series and the Saint Gaudens gold coin series were discontinued in 1933 when gold ownership was outlawed. The only exemption from the government confiscation of gold was for collector gold coins with “a recognized special value to collectors of rare and unusual coins”.

This collectible value is a key factor in maintaining privacy of ownership and may provide protection against a possible future government gold confiscation. Historically, bullion coins valued solely upon their metal content have not qualified as collector or numismatic coins.



Silver Along with U.S. gold coins, Swiss America also recommends purchasing U.S. silver bars and coins, because of their long history of widespread public circulation during the 19th and 20th centuries. In 1964, due to lacking U.S. silver reserves, the minting of U.S. silver coins for circulation ended abruptly.

Similar to gold coinage, U.S. silver coins are also categorized as either; bullion silver coins and bars, generic numismatic silver coins or rare U.S. silver coins. Bullion and Generic coins both derive their value primarily based upon the daily spot price of silver bullion, while rare U.S. silver coins have the added value based upon their scarcity and condition.

With very little fanfare a new bull market in silver began over a decade ago, driving the price of an ounce of silver up over threefold.

Both silver and gold coins are easy to store and offer a tangible alternative to a shaky, dollar-based financial system. Gold and silver may be stored at virtually no cost, unlike many other tangible assets.

What's Driving The Silver Rush?

1. Physical Silver Demand is Red Hot

SE One aspect of the market most observers have simply ignored is the physical silver market. Americans have been buying a record number of Silver Eagle coins. The Chinese have a centuries-old affinity with silver and actively encourage citizens to buy both physical silver and gold.

2. Investor Sentiment is Still Bearish

In 2011, silver prices ran from $30 to nearly $50 an ounce, before gradually settling back near $20. Investor sentiment can be a great contrarian indicator because the herd usually does the right thing at exactly the wrong time. When the speculators' short silver, it's often a signal for smart money to buy near a major low.

3. Spendthrift Fed & Politicians Boost Silver

Over the last decade spendthrift Progressive politicians have been a strong driver for higher gold and silver prices. Trillions of dollars of stimulus by the Federal Reserve and unconventional Zero Interest Rate Policies used for nearly a decade to prop up the stagnant U.S. economy with more debt have also greatly boosted public interest in precious metals as a trusted safe haven.

4. Silver is a Good, Long-Term Wealth Preserver

Silver coins can also serve as an excellent gift item for children and grandchildren that will remind them of the real value of true and honest money. U.S. Silver Eagle coins serve as an excellent long-term store of value and are therefore allowed to be held tax-free for retirement in a Precious Metals IRA.

The Future of Silver

silver chart Silver is a precious metal with a very bright future, due to basic supply/demand fundamentals. Worldwide market demand for silver is growing, while supplies are dwindling.

Today the U.S. government's silver hoard is gone, so they must buy at the market price. New high-tech uses for silver are straining already-tight supplies. World demand for silver now exceeds annual production, depleting silver stockpiles.

Silver prices would need to rise above $125/oz. today just to reach the previous inflation-adjusted high of $50/oz. back in 1979. So, at under $20 an ounce, silver is still a mere fraction of the $100-$150 an ounce price projected by silver industry experts.

For all these reasons the silver market appears to represent a brilliant buying opportunity. Silver bars and coins also have a long history of serving as an excellent inflation hedge to protect wealth when the trillions of government stimulus dollars created since 2009 finally impact consumer prices.

bars Silver Products

I. Bullion Silver Bars & Coins

Swiss America offers a variety of silver bars – ranging from one-ounce to 100-ounce. The primary difference between purchasing silver bars and coins is in their premiums over the daily spot price of silver. For example, a 10-ounce silver bar has a lower price per ounce than buying ten 1-ounce silver coins. Silver bars are certified .999 pure by major refiners such as Johnson Matthey or Engelhard. Bullion coins, such as the American Eagle, or pre-1964 bags of 90% silver coins are also very popular.

silvdollars II. Generic U.S. Silver Coins

U.S. Morgan Silver Dollars and Peace Dollars, in both circulated and Mint-State condition, are the most popular of all U.S. silver coins.

These U.S. silver coins may serve as both a type of bullion investment as well as a collectible. For example, uncirculated Morgan Silver Dollars have risen in price five times faster that silver bullion in recent years. Swiss America recommends owning some classic American silver coins.

III. Rare U.S. Silver Coins

rare U.S. rare (numismatic) U.S. silver coins, independently graded in Mint-State, are also gaining popularity among collectors worldwide. In addition to symbolizing America's unique heritage, pristine rare coins are bringing record high prices at auction.

The first U.S. silver dollars were coined in 1794, known as the "Flowing Hair" Liberty Head design. Later coins issued in the 19th century include the “Seated Liberty” Dollar and “Trade” Dollar.

As with all numismatic rare U.S. coins, the key to long-term growth is a combination of; condition, rarity, eye-appeal and market supply/demand.


rare coins There are two nationally accepted independent companies which certify and grade coins: the Professional Coin Grading Service (PCGS) and the Numismatic Guaranty Corporation (NGC). Both companies use standardized criteria to grade coins and are accepted worldwide due to their expertise.

Each coin is inspected by a panel of numismatists using precise criteria to determine the grade of each coin. Coins are graded either Circulated, Uncirculated or Proof. Coins graded MS-60 and above are Uncirculated (also known as Mint-State coins). Mint-State coins and Proof coins graded above PR-60 have the best track record for growth.

Each numismatic coin is encapsulated in a tamper-proof holder, with its grading certificate showing Date, Type and Grade. The certified holders are molded from a durable transparent plastic, impervious to the elements, which presents an unobstructed view of each side of the coin.


• American Numismatic Association- Life Member

• Certified Acceptance Corporation- Life Member

• Numismatic Guaranty Corporation- Charter Member

• Numismatic Consumer Alliance- Charter Member

• Professional Coin Grading Service- Authorized Dealer

• National Silver Dollar Roundtable- Life Member

• Canadian Numismatic Association- Associate Member

• World Proof Numismatic Association- Member

• Industry Council on Tangible Assets- Member



gold protection Twenty-dollar gold pieces are wealth preservers that you physically hold in your own hands. By owning a hard asset, you control your own financial destiny. A simple test: If you were aboard a sinking ship, would you rather have a life preserver or a life preserver certificate? Gold is real money.


Finding assets that offer privacy today can be a daunting task. This privacy does not exempt you from taxes in any way but allows for you to purchase and hold the coins privately in an age when little in our lives is not public domain. Twenty-dollar gold pieces are a haven for those who value the benefits of asset privacy. Their status as a collectible allows for the purchase and sale without the 1099-B reporting required by the IRS for their bullion counterpart. Collector coins are excluded from FDR’s Executive Order 6102, Section 2B of 1933.


gold growth Collectible U.S. gold coins have performed well over the years due to an ever-increasing demand and limited supply. As a result of the 1979-1980 gold rush, Mint-State $20 gold coins, in particular, have seen impressive increases in value. U.S. $20 gold coins have been one of the top non-leveraged performers in the past, even during difficult economic periods.


Professional coin grading and certification adds to liquidity and eliminates uncertainty whether purchasing or selling U.S. gold and silver coins. Because gold is “universal money”, thousands of U.S. locations will liquidate certified coins. Cashing out coins doesn't take weeks as it may with stocks.


1) The U.S. Dollar No Longer Qualifies As “Real” Money

Our U.S. money system has gone from a foundation of 'real money' to now being 'virtual', or 'IOU money' - and is quickly becoming 'IOU nothing money'. The U.S. dollar has declined over 30% since 2001 and an amazing 98% since the 1930s! Sad but true. Yet few Americans really understand why.

Historically our U.S. dollar was defined by its content of gold or silver. A real U.S. dollar was defined as 1/20 ounce of gold, or about an ounce of silver. But starting in 1913, the U.S. Treasury and Federal Reserve began a slow process of redefining the dollar - from representing a weight measurement of pure gold or silver to representing only public confidence in the U.S. government.

The result: today's “dollar” retains less than two cents of its original buying power in relation to gold. The famous Austrian free-market economist Ludwig von Mises once said, “The government is the only entity on earth that can take a perfectly good piece of paper, slap some ink on it – and make it become totally worthless!”

2) Progressive Politicians Are Destroying Our Economy & Savings

Some mind-boggling U.S. economic statistics resulting from failed Progressive political leaders:

* Today more Americans receive government entitlements than work full-time.
* Over 100 million able-bodied, working-age Americans are not working; the highest in history.
* The typical American family today earns less than they did in 1989.
* The national debt is over $21 Trillion, plus another $100-200 trillion in long-term debt.
* Every U.S. taxpayer now has a federal-debt liability of $1.1 million and rising.
* Food stamps have grown from $17 billion to $78 billion annually.
* Welfare spending is projected to rise 80% over the next 10 years.
* Half of Americans have less than $500 in life savings.
* 2/3 of today's baby boomers will likely work until they die.
* Millions are paying higher prices for health insurance under Obamacare.

Over the last decade our great nation underwent the “fundamental transformation” promised by former President Barack Obama. Mr. Obama's Progressive plan did not create jobs, improve healthcare or reduce poverty, but instead helped enlarge a European-style welfare state with chronically high unemployment, low productivity, stagnant growth and unimaginable debt to pay for it all - thereby producing a populace more dependent on BIG government. President Donald Trump hopes to reverse Mr. Obama's Progressive decline.

3) Trillions of Reasons Why Government Debt Destroys Nations

One major reason for the dollar's systematic decline is snowballing U.S. debts and deficits. Today the U.S. borrows $2.5 billion per day from other nations. Debasing the value of the U.S. dollar is one of the ways the financial markets react to our rising U.S. debt and deficits – now in the trillions!

The rise of modern Progressive economics and fractional banking is slowly collapsing the free market. Capitalism is being crushed by a combination of Big Brother socialism combined with corporatism. The biggest loser is the middle class and small business, the lifeblood of American exceptionalism.

Thomas Jefferson offers us a strong warning today about Progressive banking schemes; “If the American people ever allow private banks to control the issue of their currency, first by inflation and then by deflation, the banks and corporations that will grow up around them, will deprive the people of all property until their children wake up homeless on the continent their fathers conquered.”

Americans made a huge mistake allowing a private banking cartel to push our nation off of a gold and silver standard. We have also dropped the ball in allowing the public education system to perpetuate the downright ignorance of our money system as John Adams warned; “All the perplexities, confusion and distress in America arise not from defects of the Constitution, not from want of honor or virtue, so much as from downright ignorance of the nature of coin, credit and circulation.”

4) Money: Either the Builder or Destroyer of Civilizations

An honest money system, as America once had, brings prosperity to all citizens willing to work. But a dishonest money system, as we have today, enriches a few at the expense of everyone else, regardless of how hard they work. History shows that dishonest money systems always fail in the end.

We see this in the demise of the Roman empire, the Ottoman empire, the British empire, which all started out with a sound money system, but all ended up with a debt-based money system – which is covered in great detail in the important books, The Great Debasement and The Great Withdrawal.

Historians confirm that the rise and fall of nations and civilizations is always linked to the collapse of their money systems. All of these civilizations started out strong, but after about 200 years on average, they destabilized and destroyed their culture, economy and money system with unsustainable debt. Is America next? Judge for yourself.

It took 204 years for America to accumulate our first Trillion of debt in 1980. It then took another 28 years to reach $8 Trillion in 2008. Since then the debt has more than doubled to over $21 Trillion. Today our debt is increasing by a Trillion dollars every year!

This explains why central banks from Bejing to Moscow and around the world are divesting out of U.S. dollars. The world's confidence in America's ability to manage our trillions in debt is fading fast.

5) Gold and Silver: The Most Tangible Money on Earth

Since the dawn of creation, Gold has been held in high esteem as a store of value and a universal monetary substance in all civilizations. Gold was greatly sought after in Greek and Roman times and throughout the Middle Ages. It is prized in the Middle East and it's also highly valued in China.

Gold is one of the few common values that has united mankind throughout the millennia - transcending race, religion and geography. This explains why America's Founding Fathers demanded a money system based upon Gold and Silver.

All true money must be derived from a real commodity (like gold or silver) or it will gradually become fraudulent, or “fiat” money, such as we have today. The Founders specifically prohibited the federal government from issuing Bills of Credit, (paper money) in the U.S. Constitution.

America's system of constitutional, commodity-based money functioned well in our nation for almost ten generations. Then "We the People" made a BIG mistake by allowing a privately owned corporation called the Federal Reserve to begin creating paper money – and there has been a downhill slide in the value of dollars ever since.

6) Your Golden Years Require a New Golden Strategy

Today another 10,000 Baby Boomers will turn age 65. That's over 3 million boomers a year entering a new stage of life - for the next 15 years!

Retirement used to be the capstone of the so-called “American Dream” but now, due to medical breakthroughs and healthier lifestyles leading to 10 to 20-year longer lifespans, that dream is slowly going bust.

Truth is, no matter what your age or how long you plan to work, it is never too late to start saving for the future. Yes it is tough; it requires sacrificing some pleasures today for peace of mind later on.

Little known to most Americans, the U.S. government has allowed citizens to hedge their uncertain future with precious metals starting with The Taxpayer Relief Act of 1997 which allowed American Gold, Silver and Platinum Eagle coins to be put into an approved, tax-deferred retirement plan or IRA. This is likely the best offer Uncle Sam will ever make to help insure you can afford to maintain your lifestyle during your golden years.

It's called a Precious Metals IRA and Swiss America can walk you through a simple strategy and process to convert some of your declining dollar-based assets into gold, silver and platinum coins. This one simple move could save you from becoming dependent upon a collapsing welfare state.

7) Swiss America Leads By Serving All Generations

Here are 7 simple steps we recommend following before buying or selling precious metals;

1. Buy from a recognized national broker/dealer with at least a 10-year track record, who has experienced the ups and downs of the market. Check their references. Ask a lot of questions and get satisfying answers before you buy.

2. Be sure the coins you want can be bought and delivered at the prices quoted. If they say it's “unavailable,” find it elsewhere.

3. Be sure the broker/dealer offers you a two-way market. A reputable dealer will not only sell you a coin, but they should also be willing to buy it back from you.

4. Reputable companies should settle a trade within 72 hours and deliver coins within 2 weeks maximum.

5. Truthful disclosure. Be sure the dealer you buy from has presented you with both the upside potential and downside risks. All investments have risk.

6. When buying collector coins, buy only PCGS or NGC Certified coins that allow you a reasonable inspection period after arrival.

7. You’ve heard the experts tell you to buy low and sell high. But doing that is hard, even for professional traders. Therefore we recommend buying on each dip if possible. The smartest and wealthiest investors in the world have been buying gold on every dip for decades. Emulate their success and learn from their wisdom.


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craig r. smith Thanks for investing a few minutes to Rediscover Gold with Swiss America!

Americans tell me they're concerned about the safety of their assets and savings, which are at risk today in scores of new ways. Over the past four decades BIG government, with the support of BIG banks, have created debt, housing and stock bubbles. Sadly, bubbles always end badly for the unprepared.

Most are building their entire financial future upon a fragile system of computer networks that have never withstood the test of time. Today our money, markets and banks are at risk of being robbed both by spendthrift progressive politicians, as well as by cyber-attacks launched half a world away.

ONE asset has served ALL mankind as a trustworthy monetary foundation: Gold!

"Numeraire" is an economic term defined as; “money, coinage, or face value”. Numeriaire represents the ultimate unit of account, which serves as a universal reference for all economic transactions. Gold has served as the world's ultimate numeraire for over 4,000 years of human history.

Many perceive the U.S. dollar as the ultimate form of money but without gold backing, today's dollar is at high risk of losing its world reserve currency status.

If the truth be known, Gold's price never really changes!

An ounce of Gold today buys about the same amount of goods or services as it has throughout all of history, whereas it takes about 1,200 paper dollars today to buy what 35 dollars used to buy. Gold is much more than just another commodity or investment; it is honest, worldwide money!

Gold and silver are respected and accepted worldwide because they're pure, liquid, debt-free assets which can still be held privately in your own two hands. Owning physical gold and silver coins today also positions you to preserve your wealth for a lifetime, as well as for the next generation.

I invite you to take the first step today!

Let Swiss America help you secure your assets with a “personal” gold standard. Then you can enjoy a secure and peaceful life, no matter what happens to stocks, bonds or banks! Please act now, before the declining dollar drives gold prices further upward!

At your service,
Craig R. Smith
Chairman, Swiss America


Step 1: Upon consultation with your Account Executive, selection of each coin will be discussed.

Step 2: We will connect with our trading department and reserve the coins for you. The trade desk will issue a confirmation number for each coin to insure price and availability.

Step 3: Payment options: • Bank Wire to: Wells Fargo Bank, 420 Montgomery St. San Francisco, CA 94104 • ABA #121000248 • Account # 4159531235
• Send a cashier's check or personal check to: Swiss America, 15018 N. Tatum Blvd. Phoenix, AZ 85032
• For prompt service, send funds to Swiss America's Client Purchase Account via bank wire.

Step 4: Your coin purchases are shipped via U.S. Postal Service registered/insured, return receipt requested. This procedure affords insured U.S. mail delivery of your coins.

gold coins Step 5: After you receive your coins, you may track the performance of your portfolio online at You may also call your Account Executive toll-free at 1-800-289-2646 to request a periodic portfolio evaluation.

Step 6: When you decide to liquidate, simply forward your coin(s) to Swiss America via registered, insured mail. We will liquidate your coin(s) at the prevailing wholesale market price and your funds will be sent to you promptly.

Liquidation Protection: Since Swiss America's inception in 1982, we have offered the most comprehensive, uninterrupted buy-back program in the industry. Speak with your Swiss America representative regarding the details of this program.

IMPORTANT INFORMATION: 1. Swiss America Trading Corporation, its principals and representatives, in no way guarantee a profit or guarantee against a loss on any coin purchased. 2. The rare coin market is volatile and thinly capitalized. Significant price swings in a short period of time are possible. 3. Certification by PCGS or NGC does not guarantee protection against the normal risks associated with potentially volatile markets. 4. The degree of liquidity for certified coins will vary according to the general market conditions and the particular coin involved. For some coins, there may be no active market at all, at certain points in time. 5. Population report information is provided for information purposes only. Population figures should not be the sole reason for purchasing a coin. Population figures are constantly changing as services grade coins on a daily basis.

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