The  United States Rare Gold Coin Club [ USRGCC ] is a group of dedicated collectors, sharing a passion for collecting rare gold coins. The USRGCC was formed with the goal of advancing the base of knowledge of truly rare coins and creating an independent vehicle to share, analyze and comment on rare gold coins.

The Club membership includes active and passionate collectors of U.S. Gold coins and is open by invitation only.

Members meet at major coin shows for regular meetings and invite leading numismatists, collectors and industry leaders to join them in discussions. Several videos of such talks are presented below…….

An Afternoon with Numismatist Paul Nugget

January 2015 – Florida United Numismatists [FUN]

Paul Nugget - 2015
Paul Nugget – 2015

The United States Rare Gold Collectors Club hosts an exclusive membership of people interested in America’s classic gold coins.

Longtime numismatist and coin dealer Paul Nugget addressed the group at the January 2015 FUN Show in Orlando, Fla.


Story of the Saddle Ridge Gold Treasure with David McCarthy

August 2014 – World Fair of Money

David McCarthy – 2014

Imagine finding a buried can filled with gold coins.

What would you do, where would you take them, how would you find out their value?

Hear the story of a remarkable discovery of buried treasure from David McCarthy of Kagin’s in Tiburon, California who dealt directly with the finders of what is now known as the Saddle Ridge Gold Coin Treasure.



Jim Halperin – Heritage Founder talks to the USRGCC at FUN

January  2014 – Florida United Numismatists [FUN]

James Halperin – 2014

James Halperin, Co-Chairman, Heritage Auctions. US Rare Gold Coin Club Meeting, FUN Coin Convention, January 8, 2014.

Jim talks about his childhood and how he started in his first coin store while still in high school. Then about starting the New England Rare Coin Galleries and its demise, and then joining forces with friend and competitor Steve Ivy to form a new company,Heritage Rare Coin.

We also get a glimpse on how Jim envisions what the Internet will look like and then pushes for Heritage to use this to create new auction categories. And Finally, Jim discusses what the future may hold.