Let’s talk about melting: calculate the current melt value for your gold coins

Many folks are curious to learn more about their gold coins’ melt value. Usually people believe that scratched or damaged coins have to undergo melting, which is why they look for the current melt value. Our company provides melting and buying services for damaged gold coins and offers the highest possible prices. There is no better place to sell gold coins in the United States. Our reliability and honesty are proven by countless reviews testifying that reDollar.com offers the very best deal for your gold.

The current gold price is $2307.13 per ounce and we pay you $2213.92 what is only less than $116.52 your gold’s real value. reDollar.com is known and highly respected for offering the best melting services for both individuals and commercial clients.

For most coins, melting is not required, even when they show signs of wear or contain small scratches. We always try to avoid melting coins because we have a waiting list of buyers for gold coins showing minor damage.

Calculate Gold Coin Melt Value

To calculate the melt value of your gold coins, you need to know the following:

  1. The current gold price
  2. Your gold coin’s purity
  3. Your gold coin’s weight

If you know this information, using a gold calculator like ours is the most convenient way to find out how much your coin is worth.

Melted gold coins and jewelry poured into bars.

Melt Value 24K Gold Coins

We melt your 24 karat gold coins for free and offer the highest possible price for them.

24K GoldToday’s Melt Value
Troy Ounce$2213.92
Pennyweight$110.34
Gram$71.19

Melt Value 22K Gold Coins

We refrain from melting most gold coins even when they have damage.

22K GoldToday’s Melt Value
Troy Ounce$2029.98
Pennyweight$101.17
Gram$65.27

Melt Value 21.6K Gold Coins

Many international gold coins are made of 21.6 karat gold equaling .900 gold.

21.6K GoldToday’s Melt Value
Troy Ounce$1994.52
Pennyweight$99.41
Gram$64.13

reDollar.com pays around 95% of your gold coin’s real value, which is the best possible offer available to buyers. Check out our amazing reviews to learn more about our great reputation and why reDollar.com is the best way to sell gold and precious metals.

American Gold Coin Melt Values

List of common American gold coins.

CoinGold ContentMelt Value
$5 Liberty Gold Half Eagle0.2419 oz$17.22
$5 Indian Gold Half Eagle0.2419 oz$17.22
$10 Liberty Gold Eagle0.4838 oz$34.44
$10 Indian Gold Eagle0.4838 oz$34.44
$20 Liberty Gold Double Eagle0.9675 oz$68.87

Bullion Gold Coin Melt Values

Sometimes, melting bullion coins is required due to serious damage.

CoinGold ContentMelt Value
1 Ounce Bullion Coins31.10 grams$2213.92
1/2 Ounce Bullion Coins15.55 grams$1106.96
1/4 Ounce Bullion Coins7.77 grams$553.12
1/10 Ounce Bullion Coins3.11 grams$221.39
1/20 Ounce Bullion Coins1.55 grams$110.34

International Gold Coin Melt Values

Especially old international gold coins in bad condition need melting. Check our list to find the current melt value of your gold coin.

CoinGold ContentMelt Value
Swiss 20 Francs Helvetia0.1867 oz$13.29
Great Britain Gold Sovereign0.2354 oz$16.76
20 Francs French Rooster0.1867 oz$13.29
Austrian 1 Ducat0.1106 oz$7.87
Austrian 100 Coronas0.9802 oz$69.78
Belgium 20 Francs Leopold II0.1867 oz$13.29
Uruguay 5 Pesos0.2501 oz$17.80
Italy 20 Lire0.1867 oz$13.29
Germany 20 Marks Prussia0.2304 oz$16.40
Colombia 5 Pesos0.2355 oz$16.76
Denmark 10 Kroner Frederik0.1288 oz$9.17
Russia 5 Roubles Nicholas II0.1244 oz$8.86
Peru 1 Libra0.2354 oz$16.76
Argentina 5 Pesos0.2334 oz$16.62

Gold Coin Melt Value

Melting gold coins is a very common process in the United States. There are billions of dollars’ worth of coins in circulation, and countless coins change hands every day. Most of the gold coins sold to gold buyers, pawn shops, and jewelers undergo melting because those buyers usually don’t have a market for those coins. This is unfortunate, because there is a big market for old or unwanted gold coins. Moreover, melting destroys the historical value. The gold coin melt value is an important figure for understanding how much a damaged gold coin is worth, but it should not mean that a prospective coin buyer melts the coin down.

Melted coins and jewelry in form of a rough gold brick

If you sell coins with reDollar.com, you’ll help to prevent coins with historical value from getting melted and lost forever. Moreover, there is probably a collector’s value besides the gold coin melt value. reDollar.com pays not only for your coin’s melt value but also for your coin’s collector’s value.

Related Article: Silver Coin Melt Value

Understand Gold Coin Melt Value

This Q&A section is designed for consumers that are new to the world of precious metals. Anyone who plans to sell gold bullion, melted gold, dental gold or recycled gold will need to be well prepared. Many folks that sell without preparation are leaving money on the table. Don’t be one of those guys.

What is the melt value of a $1 gold coin?

The first one dollar gold coin was minted in the United States in 1849. A $1 gold coin was made of 90% gold and 10% copper, weighing exactly 1.672 grams. The melt value of a $1 gold coin is exactly $107.23, today. In 1889, the United States Mint stopped producing one dollar gold coins making this coin, especially in higher grades, a highly-sought after collectors piece.

What is the melt value of a $2.50 gold coin?

The $2.50 gold coins were first minted in the US in 1843. They are made of 90% gold and alloyed with 10% copper. They made so-called “Liberty Quarter Eagle Coins” and “Indian Quarter Eagle Coins” and both versions contain 0.12094 oz of pure gold. The melt value of $2.50 gold coins is exactly $268.07, today. Any $2.5 gold coins in a higher grade are collectors pieces.

What is the melt value of a $5 gold coin?

The first $5 gold coin was minted in 1795 and was part of the United States first coinages. $5 gold coins are featuring “Indian Half Eagle” designs and “Liberty Half Eagle” designs. Made of 90% gold, the $5 gold coins weigh 8.359 grams. The melt value of a $5 gold coin is $536.08, right now.

What is the melt value of a $10 gold coin?

The first 10 dollar gold coin was minted in 1795 when the United States began issuing coins. From 1838 to 1907, the US minted Liberty Head $10 gold coins and from 1907 to 1933, the $10 gold coins were featuring an Indian Head design. The melt value of a $10 gold coin is $1190.10 as those coins wegh exactly 16.718 grams.

What is the melt value of a $20 gold coin?

The first 20 dollar coin, the Double Eagle, was issued in 1850 and was made of 90% gold and 10% copper. All US gold dollar coins have been made out of the same composition. It was during the Great Depression, when the United States replaces the Double Eagle design with the St. Gauden design. The melt value of a $20 gold coin is $2380.21; based on the coins gross weight of 33.436 grams.

Can you sell US coins for melt value?

Yes, you may sell any US gold coins for melt value. Selling gold coins for melt value is a convenient way to quickly exchange your coins to cash. It is a very simple and straightforward process that requires little efforts. By selling your coins for melt value, you can get out of your investment quickly. Something to strongly consider is the offered settlement. While most buyers try to get your coins for little money, only a few offer competitive prices.

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