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Atkinsons Bullion & Coins

The process of minting gold & silver coins is centuries old. Modern technology have made this process much quicker and less expensive, yet the basic methods that were used centuries ago are still used today, albeit on a more efficient scale. Read on for a short step-by-step guide to the minting process of gold and silver bullion coins.

In recent years, the gold market has seen a surge in interest from investors, with many people entering the market for the very first time. This short guide should help those new to the concept of investing in gold bullion to reach an informed decision before taking the plunge.

When it comes to purchasing physical gold and silver coins or bars, investors will want to make sure they are getting the best, competitive price. Here are Atkinsons’ five top tips.

Gold Sovereigns and Britannia coins are the two main gold investment coins within the UK. When expanding your gold investment portfolio, these coins are often seen as good investment choices and are particularly popular with UK investors. This article explores the key factors which may help you determine which coin is the best investment between the Sovereign and the Britannia.

A question we are often asked by those new to gold and silver investment is whether they should buy pre-owned or new coins. This article will answer your questions about pre-owned bullion, as well as explaining which products could be the best for you if you wish to get the most physical gold or silver for your money.

Coin collecting, otherwise referred to as ‘numismatics’, can be both a hobby and an investment, and there are some gold and silver coins whose value can defy all expectations. Here we have listed ten examples of the rarest and therefore most valuable coins in the world.

The price of gold is constantly fluctuating, and here at Atkinsons Bullion and Coins we have a live feed which updates every 60 seconds, showing the current live gold ‘spot’ price. But how is this information determined? Have you ever wondered who decides the price of gold?

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