Coins & Bullion
Within the rare coin industry, we have achieved a high degree of success and national recognition by having assembled a strong team of numismatic experts. The Chief Numismatist on site is John Saltonstall, GG. John is well established in the field and the community. He is highly regarded for his expansive knowledge of both jewelry and coins. John, who works at the Irvine Gold Mine, has developed a following in the community as a result of his fair pricing. If you plan to shop around, visit us last! You won’t regret it!
One great advantage that our customers have is that our markup on rare coins is usually in the 10% to 15% range. This is in contrast to the common markup of 25% to 40% found at many large companies in the industry. Our price markup on bullion is often only 1% to 3% above our wholesale cost which again gives our customers the benefits of both price competitiveness and expertise.
Popular forms of Gold, Platinum & Silver for Investment
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One Ounce Rounds: .999 Fine Pure Silver Trade Units. Easy to calculate, exact 1 ounce size.
90% Silver: U.S. coinage minted in 1964 or earlier that contains 90% silver content. These coins are legal tender and small barter denominations.
U.S. Silver Eagles:Uncirculated 1 ounce pure silver dollar coins are minted by the U.S. government, 1986 to present.
U.S. Morgan & Peace Dollars: Limited mintages. Numismatic silver values. 1878-1935.
Fractional U.S. Gold Eagles:Available in 1/10, 1/4 and 1/2 ounce sizes. The coins are popular because of their smaller units, great for gifts or bartering.
1 oz Gold Bullion: These coins have the lowest premium per ounce of gold. They are easily traded. There are a variety of coins available, including the American Eagle, Canadian Maple Leaf, Chinese Panda, South African Krugerrand, etc.
1 oz Platinum: 1 oz Platinum Bars and 1 oz Platinum American Eagles are both excellent ways to invest in platinum.
Silver Bars:Available in 10oz and 100oz sizes. Silver bars are a popular way to invest in silver.
Certified U.S. Rare Coins: Broad appeal, price appreciations, easily traded.
1 oz Palladium Bars: Palladium is a member of the platinum family and it has many industrial uses. If your goal is to have a diversified portfolio of precious metals, palladium could be a good choice.
If you have any further questions, our jewelry and coin experts are just a phone call away!