US Mint Resumes Selling One-Tenth Ounce Gold Coins… At A 40% Premium To Spot

Tuesday, May 28, 2013
By Paul Martin

by Tyler Durden
ZeroHedge.com
05/28/2013

When news broke a month ago that the US Mint had suspended selling one-tenth ounce gold coins, perhaps the most surprising news was that there were thousands of consumers willing to pay the exorbitant retail premium demanded by the US mint, with the resulting order deluge promptly sapping the mint’s stretched inventories. Well: we have good news – as of moments ago the US mint has once again restocked on the popular denomination (with a 20,000 production limit), and without a limit per household. The even better news: the coin will set you back just $195. This means a “tiny” 40% premium to spot.

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