Find The Value In Your Coins & Bullion Investments
For nearly 100 years, we’ve upheld our reputation as a trustworthy, reputable buyer and seller of gold, silver, and other valuables. When you are ready to sell, the Samuelson’s experts are here to guide you through the process of selling your coins or bullion. If you have a question about a specific type of coin or bullion you own, get in touch!
Coins & Bullion We Buy
Gold and silver have intrinsic value, and it’s not uncommon for these precious metals to be included in your investment portfolio – often in the forms of coins and bullion.
US Gold Eagles
Eagles were introduced in 1986, in all four weights except the quarter ounce which was not introduced until 1987. On the earlier bullion eagles, from 1986 to 1991, the date is shown in Roman numerals, from 1992 it is in Arabic numerals.
US St. Gaudens & Liberty
The largest gold coin produced by the US Mint, it is composed of 91.67% gold. Did you know that gold coins were outlawed by the US Government for a period of time and were only able to come back into production in 1985, using gold sources within the country’s borders.
South African Krugerrands
The Krugerrand was originally introduced to promote South African gold as a form of private investment. With an image of Paul Kruger on one side, and the Springbok antelope depicted on the other, the Gold Krugerrand is composed of more than 90% gold.
The kangaroo gold coin is highly valued in part due to its metal content being 99.99% gold, but also because of its artistry. Each year, a new design is unveiled in limited amounts of minting, which makes them especially desirable for any coin collector.
Canadian Maple Leafs
A standard gold coin in any collector’s kit, the Canadian Maple Leaf depicts Queen Elizabeth II on one side and the country’s iconic image of a maple leaf on the other. The design has remained consistent throughout the years, and the content is 99.99% gold.
Gold Mexico 50 Pesos Bullion
Mexican fifty pesos are some of the earliest large gold bullion coins. They were introduced in 1921, pre-dating the South African Krugerrand, which was not issued until 1967.
The Austrian Mint in Vienna followed suit from the Royal Canadian Mint, South Africa Mint and Royal Mint, minting it’s first 1oz gold bullion coin in 1989. Its design celebrates the Vienna Philharmonic Orchestra, considered by many to be the finest in the world, hence its name. The Philharmonic coin is produced using 0.9999 gold.
1 oz Credit Suisse Gold bars
Credit Suisse is one of the most highly respected financial institutions in the world, and their gold bars are available in different weights, all minted in 99.99% fine gold.
We buy all silver bars in any quantity, weight, condition, and purity.
American Eagle Silver Dollars
As a classic collector’s coin, Silver Dollars have a face value of, you guessed it, 1 dollar. There are a variety of uncirculated silver dollars, all of which are at least 99% silver.
Morgan Silver Dollars
The classic Morgan silver dollar is America’s most-collected coin, it’s a staple of the numismatic market and an exciting adventure for coin collectors.
The Peace dollar is a United States dollar coin minted from 1921 to 1928, and again in 1934 and 1935. Designed by Anthony de Francisci, the coin was the result of a competition to find designs emblematic of peace.
HOW TO SELL
Schedule your private appointment with one of our expert jewelers, or sell from anywhere by mailing your item through our free and secure shipping service.
A trusted expert will inspect your item’s condition and authenticity for an honest evaluation.
You receive an unbeatable offer and get your payment immediately. While we do not offer cash payments, you’ll receive payment via check on the spot.
We Pride Ourselves In Our Discretion, Honesty, & Transparency
Selling a collection of coins or bullion is a big decision. We’ll work with you to get the most out of your investment while educating you about the history and value of each coin or bar before giving you our fair offer.
We will conduct some detailed research on its current market value, which can change daily.
We will perform a few simple tests to examine weight and purity.
We will examine supporting documents or certificates of authenticity, if any.
We will inspect the condition and rarity of the items.
Visit One Of Our Locations
Work with one of our trusted jewelry buyers and receive an unbeatable offer while getting a wealth of education along the way.
Safe & Secure shipping made easy
Live outside the DMV area? We provide you prepaid shipping packages to send your items securely.
Coins & Bullion We’ve Bought
$5 Half Eagle Indian Head Gold Coin
Certified PCGS Carson City 1883 MS63 Morgan Silver Dollar
South African Krugerrands
10 ounce Johnson Matthey Silver Bar
Get in touch to learn more about our buying or selling options, or to schedule an in-person or virtual appointment.
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