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"Goldline is a reputable rare coin dealer with a corporate history dating back to 1960. Their extensive inventory features some extremely rare and finest-known coins."


Rare Coin Dealer Review: Goldline
by Patrick Austin

Mr. Austin is a freelance writer who writes about virtually anything that interests him on PulseMed. He also covers sports and health for a number of web sites including,, and, and entertainment and sports for Vainquer magazine.

Rare coin dealer and suppliers are reporting that the rare coin market is hotter than it has been since the late 1980's and still seems to be heating up. Goldline is finding it increasingly difficult to replace many of the coins that they sell without paying significantly more than what it cost to get them in the first place.

With rare silver and gold coins across the board trading at fractions of their all-time highs, now may be the best time to get involved with a rare coin dealer. Remember the old adage--buy low, sell high.

Goldline is a reputable rare coin dealer with a corporate history dating back to 1960. Their extensive inventory features some extremely rare and finest-known coins. Goldline is a reliable rare coin dealer that can meet all of your rare coin needs. There is a reason they have handled many of the most important pedigreed collections in numismatic history, including the Redfield Hoard, Wells Fargo Nevada Gold Collection, and Binion Collection.

What type of rare coin should you consider investing in? The consensus right now seems to be gold. Why? Because gold is soaring. By now, you have probably heard about gold’s new bull market. Not convinced precious metals are right for you? Consider these facts from this rare coin dealer:

The Wall Street Journal lists terrorism fears, inflation anxiety, a weak dollar, and swollen deficits as the chief forces behind the gold rally.

Merrill Lynch has announced plans to offer its retail investors electronically-traded non-traditional gold futures contracts. This rare coin dealer believes they could potentially be offering this service so they won’t lose customers due to demand for precious metals and want their clients to benefit from rising gold prices.

The world’s third largest gold producer and largest hedger, Barrick, has announced plans to start de-hedging. They will need to buy back gold to cover their forward sales.

UBS, the world's largest provider of wealth management services with operations in over fifty countries worldwide, is calling for gold at four hundred and seventy five dollars per ounce in 2004/2005.

John Emery, Chief Investment Strategist at Sprott Asset Management, Inc. expects gold to soar to one thousand dollars per ounce or more by the end of the decade. This rare coin dealer tends to agree.

If you’d like to work with this rare coin dealer, they will send you a free collector’s package. But, you should only consider working with this rare coin dealer if you have a one thousand dollar investment (minimum).

If you’d like more information about this rare coin dealer, and other rare coin dealers, check out these web sites:

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