Gold Coin Errors


Perhaps the rarest type of a gold coin is Gold Coin with Errors. Gold Coin Errors are extremely difficult to find, because the U.S Mint does not release these coins, if errors are found.

Gold Coin Errors are very valuable and make a great addition to any gold coin collection.

For a list of gold coins with errors for sale, please take a look at our collection below:

1904 $20 Gold Liberty Head PCGS Graded MS64
1904 $20 Gold Liberty Head PCGS Graded MS64
Price: $1,785.00 (0 Bids)
Sale Ends: 38m
1987-W 1 oz Proof Gold American Eagle $50 graded PF70 NGC
1987-W 1 oz Proof Gold American Eagle $50 graded PF70 NGC
Price: $1,800.00 (0 Bids)
Sale Ends: 12h 39m
2009 $50 American Gold Buffalo 1 oz. .9999 Fine NGC MS70 Early Releases QA✓ 
2009 $50 American Gold Buffalo 1 oz. .9999 Fine NGC MS70 Early Releases QA✓ 
Price: $1,755.00 (0 Bids)
Sale Ends: 15h 26m
1997-W $5 Gold FDR Roosevelt Commemorative PCGS MS69
1997-W $5 Gold FDR Roosevelt Commemorative PCGS MS69
Price: $415.00 (0 Bids)
Sale Ends: 15h 26m
1997-W $5 Gold Jackie Robinson Commemorative Proof PCGS PR69 DCAM Orange Toning
1997-W $5 Gold Jackie Robinson Commemorative Proof PCGS PR69 DCAM Orange Toning
Price: $535.00 (0 Bids)
Sale Ends: 15h 26m
1997-W $5 Gold Jackie Robinson Commemorative Proof PCGS PR69DCAM
1997-W $5 Gold Jackie Robinson Commemorative Proof PCGS PR69DCAM
Price: $499.00 (0 Bids)
Sale Ends: 15h 26m

About Gold Coin Errors


The United States has minted millions and millions of coins over the last two centuries. Over these years the mint has sometimes minted some coins which have had an error in them. Some of these errors have made these coins priceless and collectors are always after such coins which have an error, but we must bear in mind that the US Mint doesnt produce error coins on purpose as there is no real benefit to them.

Of the rarest are the gold coin errors which were made in the early 18th and 19th Century. Here is a list of some of the rarest gold coin errors.

1. Gold Cent In 1969 the mint produced a Gold cent coin with the image of Abraham Lincoln on it. The coin has a double die obverse and is extremely rare to find as most of the coins were seized by the US Secret services. If you can lay your hands on one of these coins they could fetch you a market value of approximately $35000.

2. Drop Letter Error This error happens when the minting machine gets clogged due to grease, dirt and iron fillings. When the machine is clogged and it strikes the coin the letters tend to drop a little and appear a little out of place. This error is seen in the $5 and $10 gold coin with the Eagle imprinted on one side.

There are a number of different types of errors that could happen with a coin such as have a blank planchet wherein one side of the coin is not printed on, have a clipped planchet wherein the coin is not circular and a part of it has been clipped during cutting, have double striking which is also the most common of all the coin errors that one will ever see, have a broad strike which many confuse with material abuse but it isnt and happens due to any debris of dirt that might have come in between the coin and the mint and have off center striking wherein only a part of the coin is printed upon.