About Balboa Coins
As a coin collector, you are well aware of coins that hold a potential resale value, as well as coins that are just interesting. The history of the Panamanian Balboa coin is a mixture of both, as certain issues of the coin are quite a collector's item. The Balboa was the replacement for the Colombian peso in Panama in 1904 when they first gained their independence. This particular coin can range in legal tender value from one dollar to one hundred for different denominations of coins, and some coins, particularly the 100 Balboa gold coin, are comprised partly of pure gold and silver. However, coin and trade shows have been leaving you empty handed as of late, and you would love to start collecting these coins. You can look to some of the most reliable sellers on eBay for rare and special coins such as the Panamanian Balboa coin. Vast inventories of different denominations of the Balboa are available, such as the 1, 75, and 100, in both gold and silver. Conditions for these coins will range from mint to fair, thus widening the selection and making purchase even more convenient for you.