Bullion Coin and Bars
American Gold Eagle
Authorized by Congress in 1985 and first minted in 1986, American Eagle Gold Bullion Coins are minted according to the durable, 22-karat standard established for circulating gold coinage 350 years ago. Each coin contains its full, stated weight of pure gold, which by law, must be taken from newly mined sources in America. The balance consists of silver and copper, added to increase the coin's durability.
American Gold Buffalo
For the first time in its 215-year history, the United States Mint is offering a 24-karat gold bullion coin. The design is based on the original Indian Head Buffalo nickel. Containing one ounce of .9999 gold, these lustrous coins are among the world's purest gold coins in terms of the fineness of the metal they contain. Each coin contains its full, stated weight of pure gold, which by law, must be taken from newly mined sources in America.
South African Gold Krugerrand
These gold coins were made from 1967 - 1986 By the South African Mint from coin blanks supplied by the Rand Refinery Limited. Krugerrands are the world's most widely held gold bullion coins. They are alloyed with a small amount of copper to harden the coins making them more durable.
Canadian Gold Maple Leaf
The Royal Canadian Mint began production of these 24-karat pure gold bullion coins in 1979. They also produce a pure gold 1 oz gold bar
Chinese Gold Panda
The Chinese Panda was first introduced in 1982 in 1 oz, 1/2 oz, 1/4 oz and 1/10 oz. The 1/20 oz was introduced in 1983. Throughout the years the China Mint has kept the same panda design but has frequently changed the position of this world renowned animal likeness.
Mexican Gold Peso
These coins minted in Mexico are very popular with people from that country. The coins are unique in that there is more than one ounce of gold in the 50 Peso coin.
Austrian Gold Philharmonic
Minted at the historic Austrian Mint in Vienna, internationally famous for producing exceptional gold coins for more than 800 years, the Philharmonic is one of the most beautiful modern gold bullion coins. According to the World Gold Council, Austrian Philharmonic was the best selling gold coin in 1995 worldwide, as it was in 1992. Struck in 99.99% pure, 24-karat gold, the Philharmonic has the stunning color and luster that only pure gold can offer.
Authorized by Congress in 1985 and first minted in 1986, Silver Eagles are .999 fine silver, the finest silver coins ever issued by the United States. Each contains a full troy ounce of silver.
Usually sold in bulk quantities, 40% silver can be found in U.S. circulated silver coins that are made from 1965-1969. These coins are typically referred to as clad silver. 40% silver is offered in Kennedy half-dollars and in other denominations and quantities.
Usually sold in bulk quantities 90% silver can be found in U.S. circulated silver coins that are made before 1965 and is also commonly referred to as junk silver. 90% silver is offered in dimes; quarters, half dollars.
The Kookaburra is the only major silver bullion coin to change its design yearly. This design change, coupled with its limited mintage, has made the Kookaburra one of the most popular silver bullion coins among both collectors and silver investors. The Kookaburra comes in four popular sizes, 1oz., 2oz., 10oz. and Kilo (32.5 oz. - the worlds largest silver bullion coin.
The Austrian Mint's Vienna Philharmonic 1-ounce Silver Coin is THE silver bullion coin from Europe. It features instruments from the world famous orchestra on the obverse and the great organ in the Golden Hall of Vienna's concert hall on the reverse. This Legal Tender coin is pure 99.9% silver and has a diameter of 37mm.
Silver Maple Leaf
Enjoy one of the most widely traded coins in the world. The Canadian Silver Maple leaf is issued and backed by the Royal Canadian mint. The silver maple leaf has a purity of .9999 fine silver, carries a $5 face value, and bears on the obverse a sculpture of Queen Elizabeth II.
This beautiful, unique coin is legal tender and is 1 oz of .999 Fine Silver. It should be come a collector's item in just a few years.
Authorized by Congress in 1996 and first minted in 1997, the American Platinum Eagle was the first and only official platinum coin from the U.S. Mint. The Platinum Eagles comes in 1oz, .5oz, .25oz, and .1oz denominations. With a purity of .9995 fine platinum guaranteed by the United States government, these make a perfect choice for any portfolio.
Platinum Maple Leaf
The Platinum Maple Leaf is the .9995 pure platinum bullion coin produced by the Royal Canadian Mint. First produced in 1988, it was minted yearly until 1999 when the rising cost of platinum caused a decrease in demand. The coin was produced one other year in 2002. In 2009 the Royal Canadian Mint announced that they will once again begin producing the 1 ounce Platinum Maple Leaf.
Palladium Maple Leaf
The Palladium Maple Leaf Coin is the first palladium product introduced by the Royal Canadian Mint. The coins are packaged in thermal sheets (ten per sheet, 20 sheets per box) for a total of 200 coins per box. Palladium is one of the six platinum group metals and can be distinguished by its superior conductivity and ductility, resistance to oxidation and corrosion as well for its strength and durability.