Although investment/jewelry grade gold nuggets are generally considered rare, gold nuggets fall into the "rare" category when they are of such a distinct shape or structure that a similar type nugget is rarely ever seen, or the location where they were found is not known for producing any quantity of gold nuggets.
Below you will see some of the finest examples of rare gold nuggets that you will find anywhere. You will see trigons and octahedrons, wire gold, hoppered gold nuggets, crystalline plate gold, leaf gold, ribbon gold, sponge gold, and gold nuggets from Venezuela, New Guinea, Canada and many parts of the USA. I have been collecting rare gold nuggets for many years, so enjoy as you take a picturesque walk through a gallery of rare gold. You will be delighted by the prices, as I am certain that you will not find such a great selection of rare gold nuggets offered anywhere else at such low prices.