U.S. Money Reserve has been recognized for years as one of America’s largest distributors of U.S. government-issued coins. The company strives to provide customers with the highest level of service, as well as the most exceptional coins on the market.
U.S. Money Reserve’s latest release includes a three-coin set from The Perth Mint honoring Queen Elizabeth II of England. The company is slated to be the only distributor of these rare coins in the U.S. and is now offering them for public purchase.
The coin set pays tribute to the coronation of Queen Elizabeth II on June 2, 1953. This monumental event was viewed by more than 300 million people around the world at the time and represented the first time that a coronation was made available by public television broadcast.
Given the limited quantities of this special coin set, it is possible that the set will sell out very quickly. Just 203 complete three-coin sets are exclusively available for purchase through U.S. Money Reserve.
Individual certificates of authenticity will be issued with each set so that purchasers can be sure they are buying the right product with this piece of commemorative history. With such a limited number of coins available, the numismatic value of these coins has potential to increase significantly.
The coins will feature the iconic St. Edward’s crown, the defining symbol of the British monarchy, atop a shield with the number 65 in the middle to commemorate the 65th anniversary of Queen Elizabeth II's coronation. The other side of the coin displays a portrait of Queen Elizabeth II by Ian Rank-Broadley and includes 2018 as the mint date.
U.S. Money Reserve has become the trusted coin distributor for more than 400,000 satisfied customers around the country. U.S. Money Reserve prides itself on knowing that it has played a significant role in assisting customers with their gold portfolios, allowing them to enjoy historic coin collections that have often become extremely valuable over time for collectors.
The company also has the distinction of being the only precious metals company in the U.S. that is headed by a former Director of the U.S. Mint. Phillip N. Diehl has served the company with pride and relies on his extensive experience at the U.S. Mint to enforce the highest standards in fulfilling customers' orders.
Buying gold coins and other commemorative coin sets is not a task to be taken lightly, which is why U.S. Money Reserve’s AAA rating from the Business Consumer Alliance has been so revered by the company. Buying gold coins with confidence has allowed thousands of people to expand their collections and diversify their investment portfolios.
The AAA rating can provide much-needed peace of mind in an era where online transactions and volatile markets that sometimes leave investors with little recourse other than to simply wait out difficult economic times.
Providing customers the opportunity to diversify and strengthen their total investment portfolio is what drives U.S. Money Reserve to continue to lead the gold coin market.