We Buy Gold, Silver, Platinum, Palladium Coins & Bullion

Numismatic Coins

Graded Coins: PCGS, NGC, CAC
All Gold and Silver Coins
Rare/Better Date Coins

Bullion Coins

All Gold, Silver, Platinum, Palladium, Eagles, Kruggerands, Maples,Pesos, Bars & Ingots, Silver Dollars, Halves, Quarters, Dimes

Bars & Ingots

Gold
Silver
Platinum
Palladium

IMPORTANT: We do not buy the following coins:
Eisenhower Dollars, Susan B Anthony and other 1,00 coins, State Quarters, Commemorative Quarters, Non Graded coins unless they are gold, Silver Certificates, Non Gold Foreign Coins, Quarters and Halves after 1964

Examples Of Bullion & Ingots We Buy

Examples Of Coins We Buy

Coin Questions & Answers

What coins do you NOT buy?
Answer: Eisenhower Dollars, Susan B Anthony and other 1,00 coins, State Quarters, Commemorative Quarters, Non Graded coins unless they are gold, Silver Certificates, Non Gold Foreign Coins, Quarters and Halves after 1964
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Bullion coins are available in various weights and their precious metal content value will often exceed the face value of the coin.

The U.S. Mint produces two type of bullion coins: Uncirculated and Proof Coins.

Proof Coins

Proof coins are also uncirculated coins. They are rare and can often be expensive. These coins are made only for the collector’s market or purchased for display purposes. In mint, proof coins are struck twice to bring out the full details of the coin design. The back of a proof coin is usually mirror-like. They are considered the finest quality of coin produced by the U.S. Mint.: hand-polished and packaged to preserve its brilliant finish.

Uncirculated Coins

Uncirculated coins are coins that have yet to enter the commerce stream. All coins start out this way after they are minted, but some coins will remain uncirculated. To be an authentic uncirculated coin it must be certified. It can only be certified if has its original sheen/luster – which it won’t if it has been in circulation. There also must be no signs of wear on the coin. If an uncirculated coin does show any signs of wear it may have physically contacted other coins at mint or when the coins were transported from the mint.

Numismatic Coins

Numismatic coin can be considered a bullion coin, investors who purchase numismatic coins often pay a pretty penny, as their value can be many times the value of the actual precious metal content. Numismatic coins are essentially rare or valuable coins that have external value. They can be more valuable because of their historical significance, they can be one of a kind, have special marks or be minted in an abnormal way, and therefore collectible items.

Commemorative Coins

Another coin not intended for general circulation. These coins are U.S. Mint products created to commemorate important aspects in American history, and help raise money to preserve history, such a build new museums, maintain national monuments, preserve historical sites and support various Olympic programs. These coins are sought after since there is a limited quantity and they are only available for a limited amount of time.