International Precious Metals Secures Historic Rare Coin

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"As equity markets are at or near all-time highs, we're witnessing the rare coin market heat up." President & CEO, Barry Jepson

1912 S $10 Indian Head Gold Eagle, Graded MS-66 by the Numismatic Guarantee Corporation (NGC)

International Precious Metals, one of the leading rare coin organizations in the country, announced the recent sale of a 1912-S $10 Indian Head Gold Eagle, Graded MS-66 by the Numismatic Guarantee Corporation (NGC). The historic six-figure rare coin was purchased by a long standing client of IPM.
 
According to President and CEO, Barry Jepson, “This incredible specimen has an outstanding pedigree and is tied for the finest known example. In fact, it’s one of the rarest coins in the entire Indian Head Series. The NGC population is only two. Needless to say, it can be a very challenging coin to locate and even tougher to acquire in this high grade. I’m very proud that we have the resources and experience to find such an exquisite piece for our client. It’s a remarkable acquisition and I know that he's thrilled to have this world-class coin in his collection.”

He added, “As equity markets are at or near all-time highs, we're witnessing the rare coin market heat up. Many of our clients are now diversifying and focusing on scarce pre-1933 U.S. Mint coins because of their historic relevance and the pride of ownership that comes from having such an elite, high grade rare coin in one's portfolio. Coins like this particular 1912-S $10 Indian are the cornerstones to any truly world-class collection. Their demand is definitely increasing.”
 
Since 1995, International Precious Metals has grown to become one of the largest and most recognized nationwide dealers of U.S. Mint coins and a leader in rare historic U.S. Gold and Silver. The Numismatic Guaranty Corporation (or NGC) is a multinational coin-grading service provider based in Sarasota, Fla. NGC is the world's largest third-party coin-grading service.

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