Over the last decade, U.S. Money Reserve has quickly become known among coin collectors and enthusiasts as the most trustworthy name for acquiring the finest and most collectible gold, silver and platinum coins in the United States.
Having many exclusive distribution deals with private and government mints throughout the world, U.S. Money Reserve has participated in some of the rarest and most impressive new-coin offerings of the last 15 years. Learn more about Larkin and Lacey: https://www.huffingtonpost.com/author/angiekoch-usmoneyreserve-894 and https://www.prnewswire.com/news-releases/us-money-reserve-president-to-hold-emergency-gold-conference-300486354.html
The company was founded by longtime numismatic expert Philip N. Diehl, the 35th director of the U.S. Mint. Under the Clinton Administration, Diehl was appointed to the U.S. Mint to turn the flagging agency around. He was single-handedly able to turn the agency’s commemorative coin division from a money-losing operation into a highly profitable one.
Under Diehl’s guidance, the U.S. Mint went from $700 million in annual profits to more than $2.6 billion, all money that was paid directly to the government itself, benefitting taxpayers. Diehl was able to achieve this remarkable turnaround largely due to restoking interest in high-grade commemorative coins.
Now, as head of U.S. Money Reserve, Diehl has continued his project of bringing both the aesthetic beauty and long-term financial stability of high-quality, limited-mintage coins to a wider audience of consumers.
The latest such coin offering is the Perth Mint’s Anniversary of the Coronation of Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth II 2018 Proof Coin Set. This set includes a stunning gold coin with the highest-quality details. Read more: U.S. Money Reserve Encourages Visitors To Explore Its New Website And E-Commerce Coin Catalogue and US Money Reserve | Facebook
One side includes the official Rank-Broadly portrait of Queen Elizabeth II upon her coronation. This is a highly faithful reproduction of the actual portrait and is beautifully rendered on the pure-gold coin.
The obverse side includes St. Edward’s Crown, the official symbol of the British monarchy, as well as a stylized shield.
Also included are some unique Australian touches, with the golden wattle, Australia’s official flower, as well as the official flowers of each Australian state. These coins need to be seen and felt to truly appreciate their breathtaking quality.
Like other offerings from the Perth Mint, the Queen Elizabeth II commemorative coin will be distributed on an ultra-limited basis, with only 203 coin sets being sold within the United States. This ensures the future rarity of the coins and will keep the chances of appreciation high.
U.S. Reserve anticipates that these coins, like all prior issues from the Perth Mint, will move very quickly. If you are interested in this offering, please contact U.S. Money Reserve at your earliest possible convenience.