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Once thought of as the 'Hobby of Kings' millions of people around the world now grow their wealth by collecting these fascinating coins.


This is a Fine Mint Coin ...

A graded Fine Mint Coin is a coin, usually made from pure Gold or Silver which has been 'graded & certificated' by one of the world's largest grading companies. With you can be sure that each & every graded fine mint coin meets our exacting standards for quality, rarity and potential future value.
  • Highest Quality Only (MS70) only supplies fine mint coins that have the highest grading possible 'Mint State 70' or 'MS70'.
  • Fully Certificated
    All our fine mint coins have been graded by NGC or PCGS and carry the authenticity bar-code.
  • Encapsulated For Total Protection
    During the grading process your fine mint coin is sealed to protect it against the elements and degradation forever.
  • Coins From Around The World
    Members get special pricing on fine mint World Coins adding diversity & value to your personal Mint Collection.

What is a Fine Mint Coin?

Watch the short video below to discover what a Fine Mint Coin is and to learn why collecting these wealth building treasures has created a multi-billion dollar global industry.
Fine Mint Coins

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When it all began
Mid 1800's

A few grading terms were used to describe a coin. The terms ranged from Good to Fine and Uncirculated, as well as Proof. However, one person’s “Uncirculated” could easily have been another’s “Fine.” There were no real defined standards.

Sheldon Grading Scale
Spring 1949.

In 1949, Dr. William H. Sheldon created a 70-point grading scale. The grading scale assigns a whole number between 1 and 70, with 70 being a perfect, flawless coin and 1 being a coin in the worst possible condition. The grade of 70 assumes the Mint could strike a perfect coin.

ANA Grading Standards
Autumn 1977.

The next significant step in coin grading took place in 1977 with the publication of The Official ANA Grading Standards for United States Coins. For the first time, numerical grades were clearly defined – complete with illustrations.

3rd-Party Coin Grading
Summer 1979.

ANACS started grading coins in 1979, followed Professional Coin Grading Service (PCGS), which started in 1986. Numismatic Guaranty Corporation (NGC), was founded in 1987. High Mint State coins, must be certified & graded by a 3rd party service before being sold.
2017 - end of time

2017 saw the launch of the only opportunity in the world to offer ordinary people Fine Mint coins at member pricing as well as Gold & Silver Bullion at company cost prices. Not only that only sells graded Fine Mint Coins that could one day be, "Worth A Mint!"

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