Yes, there are many Gold coins worth more then their precious metal value. These coins are called numismatic coins because their values will be above their base value of the precious metals they contain. Here at CPMEX we are upto date on the numismatic values of coins and unlike other dealers we pay for the extra numismatic values these coins posses. One modern coin that has a high numismatic value is the 1995 1/2 oz Gold Chinese Panda coin. There are two varities of these coins, the 50 Yuan large date and small Date. These coins have a low mintage and currently valued much higher then their melt value. https://coinweek.com/bullion-report/key-date-china-1995-small-date-1-2oz-gold-panda-coin-offered-by-greatcollections/
Another example of an older Gold US Coin that has a good deal of numismatic value is a 1870 Carson City $20 Liberty Gold Coin. This coin has a very low mintage of just 3789 that where produced, this coin is extremely rare and hold great numismatic value. https://www.coinworld.com/news/precious-metals/rare-1870-cc-coronet-double-eagle-brought-to-coin-shop
Although the Carson City minted only 3789 coin of the 1870 CC $20 Gold Double Eagles the $20 Gold Double Eagle in 1870 from the San Fransico mint produced 982,000 coins making these coins in circulated condition worth only slightly above their melt value. Working with CPMEX you can rest assure that we will recognize where extra value can be found and pay on that value accordingly.