Fake Gold Mormon Coins - A Reproductions Guide

When dealing with gold Mormon coins, 99% of the time you are going to see modern reproductions.  It's sad but true.

Fake Mormon coins are being produced as you are reading this.  These modern reproductions will not fool a seasoned collector or dealer.  However, if you have never seen a genuine Mormon gold coin before, then you might have some trouble spotting a fake.

Generally speaking, fake gold Mormon coins won't have many details and they will be very shiny.  The fake coins are made of a cheap alloy that really doesn't even look like gold.

These modern reproductions are worth a few bucks due to their curiosity factor.  They are not collectible though.

Below are what some current Mormon gold coin reproductions looks like.


1849 $2.5 Reproduction of a Gold Mormon Coin


1849 $5 Reproduction of a Gold Mormon Coin


1849 $10 Reproduction of a Gold Mormon Coin



1849 $20 Reproduction of a Gold Mormon Coin


1850 $5 Reproduction of a Gold Mormon Coin


1860 $5 Reproduction of a Gold Mormon Coin