Why Tangible Assets
Collecting And Investing In Rare Coins
Coin collecting is one of the oldest hobbies on record. At least two United States Presidents, Thomas Jefferson and John Quincy Adams, had a keen personal and professional interest in coin collecting. Adams, who served as President from 1825 to 1829, not only collected but studied coins and used his knowledge to help guide the development of early American currency.
From the 15th century onwards, coin collecting became a hobby of kings and nobles, who employed agents to scour Europe and Asia for coins of beauty. Numismatic research was actively encouraged by aristocratic families and a major trade in coins began, fuelled by waves of excavations of ancient sites. King Louis XIV of France possessed a collection that he carefully watched over and attended to each and every day.
American colonial, U.S. currency and coins cover a period of four centuries, from1620 to the present. In addition to commodities exported to Europe from early America , coinage was eagerly sought and highly collected by a very well established collector base. Many of the finest rare coins from the early production of the US mint in 1793 have been preserved in these overseas collections and today have found their way back to the collectors here in the U.S.
- The Rarity Index for Coins is higher than Dow and S&P
- Long Term Hold for your Estate Plan
- Global Demand is increasing and supply is limited
- Rare Coins are a private asset, so no yearly statements
An Asset You Can Wear
Whether you’re searching for a timeless investment piece or you’re looking to make a fashion statement, Investment Grade Fine Jewelry is an asset you can wear. An investment in physical Gold doesn’t necessarily have to be in the form of coins or bars, it may also come in the form of a beautiful piece of fine jewelry. Invest in quality and you will get the most for your investment. Gold and Silver, in any form, including jewelry, is a hedge against inflation that can also be worn and enjoyed, as compared to other investment options.
Investment Grade Gold jewelry should contain a high percentage of pure Gold and it should come from a well-known designer such as Cartier, Tiffany, Harry Winston or Bill Pearlman, these are exceptionally valuable. These items are valued well above the price of the Gold they contain, due to their superior craftsmanship, unique design or age. At Tangible Investments, our expert advisers know the finest quality stones and the perfect settings to compliment your long term investment.
Buying Gold jewelry as an investment will help to preserve your wealth over the longer term, and generally for many decades to come. Fine jewelry is an excellent way to pass wealth down to heirs in a form that has not only monetary value, but artistic and sentimental value as well. Many individuals will buy fine jewelry just to enjoy their wealth, rather than locking it unseen in a bank vault, while still others invest in Gold jewelry to make their wealth portable. No matter which investor type you may be, Tangible Investments promises to have the perfect piece to match.
- Investment Grade Fine Jewelry is an asset you can wear
- Select pieces have held their value throughout history
- Our Expert Advisors know the best stones and settings for your long term investment
- Invest in quality to get the most for your investment