Sell Gold Bullion to the Best Gold Bullion Buyer in Las Vegas, NV
Learn more about the best place to sell gold bullion to the best gold bullion buyer in Las Vegas and Henderson, NV. Nevada Coin Mart is the preferred gold bullion dealer. We offer free in-store evaluation on your items with no obligation to sell!
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Best Place to Sell Gold Bullion
Local coin shops (LCS) do not only sell gold bullion but also buy them. Going to your local LCS is the best way to sell gold bullion. These LCSs have a trust system in place that commits to a high quality of service. These gold bullion buyers usually pay in cash as well!
Gold Bullion Price
The value of gold bullion is the same around the globe. Since gold bullion is the highest purity of gold (meaning it is 99.99% pure)
The coins have a legal tender face value of $5, $10, $25, and $50 concerning the weight. However, the actual selling price depends on the current spot price of gold, which changes daily. The coins are considered legal tender, which means that the courts of law recognize them as payment for any monetary debt.
Gold bullion buyers will usually base their prices on the current spot price for gold, which changes daily. You may also consult with them the best time to sell your gold bullion.
Best Gold Bullion Buyer
Nevada Coin Mart is the #1 gold bullion buyer in Las Vegas and Henderson. We offer free in-store evaluation for your piece using a state-of-the-art Thermo Scientific Niton X-Ray Spectrometer to analyze and measure precious metal contents in your piece accurately. This process will ensure that you get top-dollar for your items.
We are open 365 times in a year, from 9 am to 6 pm. Come visit us at Nevada Coin Mart® 4065 S. Jones Blvd Las Vegas, NV 89103 or call us up at 702-998-4000.
What Is Bullion?
The word “bullion” is defined as “gold or silver in bulk before coining or valued by weight,” which means gold bullion is gold valued by its purity and weight.
Gold bullion comes in different forms, most commonly bars and coins.
Bullion is gold, silver, or different valuable metals like coins, ingots, or bars. Ordinarily, bullion is used for trade on the market. The word bullion originates from the French Minister of Finance under Louis XIII, Claude de Bullion. Bullion will be gold and silver that is authoritatively distinguished as being no less than 99. 5% immaculate.
Gold rounds, which are gold “coins” struck with no monetary value by private companies who want to offer gold for sale in a readily collectible and portable form, but who cannot issue actual coinage or face charges of counterfeiting, are an excellent way to stockpile gold for its use as an intrinsic store of value.
Gold rounds are often beautifully made and contain 24 carats, 22 carats, 18 carats, or some other purity of gold, as specified and guaranteed by the manufacturer. They come in all weights, from tiny 1/10 ounce rounds which still cost close to $200 to full-sized one-ounce rounds, to even larger examples, allowing them to fit into any budget.
Just as iconic as the gold coin is the gold bar, which can be used to buy this precious metal in bulk. Some of these bars are issued by banks, including the infamous and scandal-blotted Credit Suisse, while others are produced by various other manufacturers. Some gold bars are one troy ounce in weight and provide much the same value as a gold bullion coin.
Other gold bars are considerably larger – and correspondingly more expensive. Credit Suisse and Pamp Suisse, among others, offer 10 ounces, 1 kilogram, 100 ounces, 400 ounces, and other sizes of gold bars. These are a very expensive investment – a 400-ounce gold bar would have a current spot value of approximately $610,000, for example, with an actual premium over the spot which would be even higher – so these are clearly meant for only the most rarefied levels of precious metal purchasing.
A bullion coin is a type of coin that is made of precious metals. It is used as an investment or a store of value (an asset that can be saved, redeemed, or exchanged) rather than for everyday commercial use. The official gold bullion of the United States is the American Gold Eagle.
Types of Gold Coins
Here are the types of coins gold bullion buyer buys.
- Austrian Philharmonic
- British Britannia
- Canadian Maple Leaf
- Chinese Panda
- Gold Dinar
- Malaysian Kijang Emas
- Russian Chervonets
- Russian George the Victorious
- Swiss Vreneli
- French Napoleon
- Australian Gold Nugget
- South African Krugerrand
- Iranian Spring of Freedom
Types of Gold Bullion
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To know the value of your Gold bullion, bring it into Nevada Coin Mart for a free verbal appraisal and evaluation today!