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Yes, you can get one certified for about 30$ I believe.  Which, in your case that may be worth the cash.  From what we are hearing, is that is easily going to become a 3000 dollar coin.  I know its kinda similar to the Library of Congress 1 ounce statistics.
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One vest pocket dealer I know purchased 3 Capital Visitor's Center 2001W gold unc [not proofs] way back in the day from the mint.  What were they/  $259 or so each?   mintage 6,761
Anyway he got 'em slabbed and just sold the last one for $1,400 cash.
I looked at the Jamestown gold proof today and it was priced at $350 raw with box.
I purchased the silver dollar unc. when they came out and consicered the gold unc. I think it was something like $243. 
 
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Thanks for all of the information guys.

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really good op

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Buying gold coins can be a fantastic investment. If you look at what the gold price is doing - there has been a bull market in gold for the last couple of years and it looks set to continue. There's never been a better time to buy gold. I would recommend buying gold bullion like the Krugerrand or better yet, buying rare gold coins which carry extra value. South African rare coins in particular are a good investment because of their relative rarity. A rare coin dealer like South Cape Coins can advise you on where to spend your money. Visit our website:  http://www.southcapecoins.co.za/
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 A professional gold firm can go a long way in helping the investor shortcut the learning curve. A good gold firm can help you avoid some the problems and pitfalls encountered along the way, and provide some direction. It can help you in the beginning and through the course of your gold ownership both in making additions to your portfolio and liquidations.

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