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Here at U.S. Coins and Jewelry, we buy and sell the most popular and sought after Gold and Silver bullion coins and bars in a large variety of both private and sovereign minted bullion items.
Gold and Silver bullion coins and bars are popular because they have low premiums over their “melt” value. The difference between the buy and sell price is small making both coins and bars easy to trade. Each size is guaranteed as to weight and purity by recognized private mints and all are bullion products are popular with bullion investors.
U.S. Coins and Jewelry has full accreditation from the state, federal government, and distributors alike. If you need help, we offer professional staff on location to answer any questions or help you through the bullion buying process. Our goal is for you to be completely satisfied.
Tips for Buying and Selling Bullion
Owning, trading, and bartering with gold and silver date all the way back to early Egyptian civilizations. Gold and silver have been a measure of wealth throughout history; bullion is the form in which these physical precious metals are traded today. In fact, many individuals consider bullion as a ‘safe haven’ for the future. Gold and Silver are not only some of the world’s most precious metals, but is also one of the best investments you can make against inflation. Stocks may crash, but gold lives on; history proves it.
If you are looking to invest in gold or silver bullion to diversify your investment and/or retirement portfolio with a sensible investment, read our blogs below for a basic background on the precious metals market as to why it is a wise way to move forward with the diversification of your portfolio into a bullion investment for protection against geopolitical and other economic uncertainties.
We have put together this simple guide to help you get a better understanding of the buying and selling process for gold, silver and other precious metals. (The four primary precious metals are gold, silver, platinum, and palladium.)