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2010 1 Ounce Silver Eagle
2010 1 Ounce Silver Eagle
2010 1 Ounce Silver Eagle
Silver Eagles are the official silver bullion coins of the United States. First released in 1986, American Silver Eagles have a face value of one dollar and usually trade at a percentage above spot silver price.
1/2 Ounce American Gold Eagle
1/2 Ounce American Gold Eagle
1/2 Ounce American Gold Eagle
The United States entered the world gold bullion market in 1986 with the American Gold Eagle. These coins were minted in 22 karat gold and issued in four different sizes, one ounce, one-half ounce, one-quarter ounce, and one-tenth ounce.
Palladium Maple Leaf
Palladium Maple Leaf
Palladium Maple Leaf
The Royal Canadian Mint produced the first government issued palladium bullion coin with the Palladium Maple Leaf. The coin was produced from 2005 to 2007. The coins were only produced in 1 ounce size and carried a purity of 99.95% palladium.
Silver Pamp Suisse Bar 1 ounce
Silver Pamp Suisse Bar 1 ounce
Silver Pamp Suisse Bar 1 ounce
Gold Bar 1 Ounce
Gold Bar 1 Ounce
Gold Bar 1 Ounce
As investment vehicles, gold bars are gaining in popularity primarily because they carry much lower premiums than gold bullion coins carry. Gold bars for sale include 1-oz gold bars, 10-oz gold bars, kilo gold bars, and 100-gram gold bars. All these gold bars are .9999 fine (99.99 pure.)Our favorite way to own gold bars are the 1 ounce variety. The primary reason for buying one-ounce gold bars instead of one-ounce gold bullion coins is to buy "cheaper gold," i.e., gold with a smaller market up over spot. At times, the difference in mark-ups between one-ounce gold coins and one-ounce gold bars can be $40 an ounce. The most popular one-ounce gold bars are from the PAMP mint in Switzerland and the PERTH mint in Australia. Both come twenty-five bars to a container. Other popular gold bars that we offer include Johnson Matthey, Engelhard and Credit Suisse bars.