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Research the worth of an American Buffalo gold coin by going to the coins section of the Fun Times Guide or by visiting the U.S. Mint website (usmint.gov). If you are researching the value of an American Buffalo nickel coin, look at the Coin Study website.

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There are a few different options for individuals looking to sell gold coins. One option is to sell to a company that specializes in the purchase of gold and silver coins. Another is to sell to a company that focuses on the purchase of gold in general.

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The easiest way to tell if something is real gold or gold plate is by holding a magnet up to the piece and waiting for the metal inside the piece to attract to it. If the piece is gold-plated, it is instantly connected to the magnet. If the piece is solid gold, it does not connect.

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As of 2015, many websites, including CoinStudy.com, PCGS.com and CoinSite.com list values of American gold coins. These sites provide updates on varying schedules, so the listed prices serve as guidelines rather than absolute current values.

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There is no gold in a 1-pound coin. According to the Royal Mint, each British pound coin is made of a nickel-brass alloy that consists of 70% copper, 24.5% zinc and 5.5% nickel.

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Thin layers of gold plating can be removed from silver jewelry using a mildly abrasive pad. The pad should be moved back and forth across the plating while applying a small amount of pressure. After some time, this action completely removes the gold plating. Some types of metal polishes have also be

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The $5 American Eagle bullion coin weighs 0.1091 troy ounces, equivalent to 0.1197 ounces. It is 0.65 inches in diameter and depicts a walking Lady Liberty on the front and an eagle family on the back. It contains 0.1 troy ounce of gold.

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The $20 St. Gaudens gold coins and Liberty gold coins are the largest coins produced by the U.S. Mint and weigh about 1.18 ounces, with the gold comprising 0.97 ounces. The Mint produced Liberty gold coins from 1850 to 1907 and minted St. Gaudens gold coins from 1907 to 1933.

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Banks generally deal in United States currency, and while the U.S. Mint produces gold coins for collectors and investors, they are not legal tender and not handled by banks. Most people buy gold coins from private gold dealers or from the U.S. Mint.

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Before It's News lists a very small number of banks that sell gold coins. The gold coins available are the American Buffalo and the American Eagle bullion coin.