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Today's Gold Coin Prices

Prices at close on
April 24, 2018

Spot gold price:
$ 1,330.10

Spot silver price:
$ 16.70

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Closing gold bullion coin and bar prices
(one ounce)
April 24, 2018
Closing price = FOREX price 3pm Mountain Time

$1,330.10
Closing Gold Price
€ 1,083.06 £ 954.23 CAD 1,709.64 CHF 1,301.60
$1,368.01 € 1,113.92 £ 981.42 CAD 1,758.36 CHF 1,338.69
$1,378.65 € 1,122.59 £ 989.06 CAD 1,772.04 CHF 1,349.10
$1,365.35 € 1,111.76 £ 979.52 CAD 1,754.95 CHF 1,336.09
$1,368.01 € 1,113.92 £ 981.42 CAD 1,758.36 CHF 1,338.69
$1,388.62 € 1,130.71 £ 996.22 CAD 1,784.86 CHF 1,358.87
$1,389.95 € 1,131.79 £ 997.17 CAD 1,786.57 CHF 1,360.17
$ 1,370.00 1 oz. gold bar € 1,115.55 £ 982.86 CAD 1,760.93 CHF 1,340.64
$ 13,700.03 10 oz. gold bar € 11,155.47 £ 9,828.56 CAD 17,609.29 CHF 13,406.43
$ 43,617.97 Kilo bar (32.15 oz.) € 35,516.63 £ 31,292.04 CAD 56,064.23 CHF 42,683.21

Closing United States $20 gold piece prices
(.9675 fine ounces)

$ 1,442.62
$ 1,448.09
$ 1,494.44
$ 1,555.56
$ 1,738.89
$ 1,500.00
$ 1,550.00
$ 1,833.33

Please call for current quotes on US $20 gold pieces.

Closing fractional gold bullion coin prices

Half-ounce gold coins**
Quarter-ounce gold coins**
American Gold Eagle $ 711.60
Maple Leaf $ 714.93
Philharmonic $ 718.25
American Gold Eagle $ 367.33
Maple Leaf $ 367.19
Philharmonic $ 367.44
Tenth-ounce gold coins**
American Gold Eagle $ 151.60
Maple Leaf $ 151.56
Philharmonic $ 151.63

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Gold Dollars (1849 - 1889)
Early $2.50 (1796 - 1839)
Liberty Head $2.50 (1840 - 1907)
Indian Head $2.50 (1908 - 1929)
Three and Four Dollars (1854 - 1889)
Early $5 (1795 - 1838)
Liberty Head $5 (1839 - 1908)
Indian $5 (1908 - 1929)
Early $10 (1795 - 1804)
Liberty Head $10 (1838 - 1907)
Indian $10 (1907 - 1933)
Liberty Head $20 (1849 - 1907)
Saint Gaudens $20 (1907 - 1933)
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