People of all ages love to collect coins. Some kids learn to collect coins at an early age and never stop collecting as a result. Collecting coins seems easy and putting together simple sets can, indeed, be easy.
But serious coin collecting requires significant research, and it can often be misleading. So, the savvy collectors often use U.S. Money Reserve as the company for information and resources on all types of coins.
There are lots of coin distributors in the United States, but few of them have the coin clout of U.S. Money Reserve. It takes special people who know the coin business to help people find the right coins for their collections or for financial portfolios. And U.S. Money Reserve has experienced people working for the company’s clients on a daily basis.
One of those people is Philip Diehl. Diehl is a former director of the U.S. Mint, and he is a former chief of staff of the Treasury Department.
Diehl brings a level of professionalism to the Austin-based company that is hard to match or overlook. U.S. Money Reserve is the only company headed by a former U.S. Mint director.
Additionally, U.S. Money Reserve has received a coveted AAA rating from Business Consumer Alliance, the highest rating possible, for the company’s trustworthy and ethical business practices.
Diehl and his team of coin professionals know the coin business inside-out. And they can help both people with significant coin collecting experience as well as people who are just beginning to appreciate the art of buying rare coins.
Mr. Diehl recently made the announcement that U.S. Money Reserve is serving as the exclusive distributor of the Perth Mint’s new proof set, honoring 92-year-old Queen Elizabeth II’s 1953 coronation.
The new 2018 Perth proof set has three key elements in its design. Those elements are exclusivity, historical significance, and low-mintage status, according to Angela Koch, the CEO of U.S. Money Reserve.
Ms. Koch and Mr. Diehl are talking about the new Perth Mint proof set because it complements the 2016 and 2017 English proof sets that honor the queen’s 90th birthday celebration and her 70th wedding anniversary.
It’s no secret; gold and silver are assets everyone wants to own. When markets are unstable, gold and silver can act as buffers against financial uncertainty. In addition to the coins’ precious metal value, the limited-edition set has potential to increase in numismatic value due to the coins’ rarity.
The key to owning one of the new Perth Mint sets is to act quickly. These coins won’t be on sale long, according to Mr. Diehl. Diehl thinks this proof set will rival the success of the British Brexit proof set that U.S. Money Reserve offered a couple of years ago.
The Brexit proof set sold out quickly, and Phil Diehl thinks the same thing is likely to happen with the 2018 Perth Mint proof set.