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I just inherited
a gold coin collection. It is the 100$ annual Canadian Royal Mint
coin as see here and I have all the coins from years 1976 - 2016https://www.monnaiecanada.com/en/rc...ation/100.00
My question is are any of these coins worth substantially more than it's gold value? I know all the coins made before 1986 are 22k and after are 14k , that would give them a gold spot price of about 888$ and 444$ dollars respectively with today's gold price of 1777$ cad/Troy ounce.
I've started doing a lot of research on these coins , but maybe anyone here can educate me if any of these coins are known to have a higher price sold as a collectible rather than for it's gold value?
I've called some gold shops and got 5% below spot price without haggling. From what I read online ,it's possible to get spot price for these gold coins. Anyone here been able to see gold coins for spot price? Thanks