SELL PRICING for WORLD GOVERNMENT ISSUE GOLD COINS

PAMP SUISSE BARS:  sizes 1 gram to 1 ozt

      OUR SELLING Price Quotes are based on KITCO "ASK" Spot Price plus PREMIUM added to it.

   TERMS:

     Quantities & Products Must be Available and quoted Premiums below are Always Subject to Market Price Changes.  Customer(s) Must have an Agreed Locked Price with us on ALL Transactions and they must be completed within 48 hours on normal business days and must be paid for in U.S. Currency.  Checks and Money Orders will have a hold of a minimum of 7 business days to allow for bank clearing.  Shipping prices depend on quantity and value of product. 

* WE DO NOT ACCEPT CREDIT OR DEBIT CARDS at this time *

For further information:

CALL or TEXT:  Charles with questions for current price quotes and to get a confirmed AGREED LOCKED SELL PRICE (if we can't get to the phone please leave a message or text for a return call ).   

 

                               

 

                                 

 Below are CASH premium percentage quotes for our most popular products in larger volume purchases for the BEST Pricing breaks.  Premiums are higher at the lower price breaks shown below. 

Call, text or Email for pricing on other quantities

  NO Mixing of different products for price breaks.

ALL the below GOLD Coins are UNC. and maybe the current year or random years depending 

on availability of  product.

Ask about pricing and availability of other older 90% GOLD Coins from U.S. and around the World.

       AMERICAN GOLD EAGLES (22 k)  

                   1 ozt  ~ maybe current or random years   sold in Quantities of:

                 1 - 9

              10 +     as low as: 4.75% premium per ozt over Kitco GOLD "ASK" Spot Price

                       ( Example: If  GOLD Spot Price $1,350.00 x 104.75% = $1,414.13 per coin in quantities of 10 + )

                  1/2 ozt

              1 - 9

              10 +     as low as: 10.00% premium per ozt over Kitco GOLD "ASK" Spot Price

                       ( Example: If  GOLD Spot Price ($1,350.00/2) x 110.00% = $742.50 per coin in quantities of 10 + )

                   1/4 ozt

              1 - 19

              20 +     as low as: 15.00% premium per ozt over Kitco GOLD "ASK" Spot Price

                       ( Example: If  GOLD Spot Price ($1,300.00/4) x 115.00% = $373.75 per coin in quantities of 20 + )

                   1/10 ozt

              1 - 49

              50 +     as low as: 19.00% premium per ozt over Kitco GOLD "ASK" Spot Price

                       ( Example: If  GOLD Spot Price ($1,350.00/10) x 119.00% = $160.65 per coin in quantities of 50 + )

        AMERICAN GOLD BUFFALOES (24 k)  

                        1 ozt  ~ maybe current or random years   sold in Quantities of: 

                 1 - 9

              10 +     as low as: 4.75% premium per ozt over Kitco GOLD "ASK" Spot Price

                       ( Example: If  GOLD Spot Price $1,350.00 x 104.75% = $1,414.13 per coin in quantities of 10 + )

               CANADIAN GOLD MAPLE LEAF (24 k)

                         1 ozt  ~ maybe current or random years   sold in Quantities of:

                 1 - 9

              10 +     as low as: 4.25% premium per ozt over Kitco GOLD "ASK" Spot Price

                       ( Example: If  GOLD Spot Price $1,350.00 x 104.25% = $1,407.38 per coin in quantities of 10 + )

                         1/2 ozt

              1 - 9

              10 +     as low as: 9.00% premium per ozt over Kitco GOLD "ASK" Spot Price

                       (Example: If  GOLD Spot Price ($1,350.00/2) x 110.00% = $742.50 per coin in quantities of 10 + )

                          1/4 ozt

              1 - 19

              20 +     as low as: 15.00% premium per ozt over Kitco GOLD "ASK" Spot Price

                       ( Example: If  GOLD Spot Price ($1,350.00/4) x 115.00% = $373.75 per coin in quantities of 20 + )

                          1/10 ozt

              1 - 49

              50 +     as low as: 19.00% premium per ozt over Kitco GOLD "ASK" Spot Price

                       ( Example: If  GOLD Spot Price ($1,350.00/10) x 119.00% = $160.65 per coin in quantities of 50 + )

                          1/20 ozt

              1 - 49

              50 +     as low as: 47.00% premium per ozt over Kitco GOLD "ASK" Spot Price

                       ( Example: If  GOLD Spot Price ($1,350.00/20) x 147.00% = $99.23 per coin in quantities of 50 + )

         SOUTH AFRICAN GOLD KRUGERRAND (22 k)

                           1 ozt  ~ maybe current or random years   sold in Quantities of:

                 1 - 9

              10 +     as low as: 4.25% premium per ozt over Kitco GOLD "ASK" Spot Price

                       ( Example: If  GOLD Spot Price $1,350.00 x 104.25% = $1407.38 per coin in quantities of 10 + )

                         1/2 ozt

              1 - 9

              10 +     as low as: 10.00% premium per ozt over Kitco GOLD "ASK" Spot Price

                       (Example: If  GOLD Spot Price ($1,350.00/2) x 110.00% = $742.50 per coin in quantities of 10 + )

                          1/4 ozt

              1 - 19

              20 +     as low as: 15.00% premium per ozt over Kitco GOLD "ASK" Spot Price

                       ( Example: If  GOLD Spot Price ($1,350.00/4) x 115.00% = $388.13 per coin in quantities of 20 + )

                          1/10 ozt

              1 - 49

              50 +     as low as: 19.00% premium per ozt over Kitco GOLD "ASK" Spot Price

                       ( Example: If  GOLD Spot Price ($1,350.00/10) x 119.00% = $160.65 per coin in quantities of 50 + )

         AUSTRIAN GOLD PHILHARMONICS (24 k)  

                           1 ozt  ~ maybe current or random years   sold in Quantities of: 

                 1 - 9

              10 +     as low as: 5.00% premium per ozt over Kitco GOLD "ASK" Spot Price

                       ( Example: If  GOLD Spot Price $1,350.00 x 105.00% = $1417.50 per coin in quantities of 10 + )

         PAMP SUISSE GOLD BARS (24 k)

                           1 ozt  ~ sold in Quantities of:

                 1 - 9

              10 +     as low as: 4.00% premium per ozt over Kitco GOLD "ASK" Spot Price

                       ( Example: If  GOLD Spot Price $1,350.00 x 104.00% = $1,404.00 bar in quantities of 10 + )

                         20 gram

              1 - 9

              10 +     as low as: 6.00% premium per ozt over Kitco GOLD "ASK" Spot Price

                       (Example: If  GOLD Spot Price ($1,350.00 x .6430) x 106.00% = $920.14 per bar in quantities of 10 + )

                          10 gram

              1 - 19

              20 +     as low as: 7.00% premium per ozt over Kitco GOLD "ASK" Spot Price

                       ( Example: If  GOLD Spot Price ($1,350.00 x .321507) x 107.00% = $464.42 per bar in quantities of 20 + )

                          5 gram

              1 - 24

              25 +     as low as: 12.00% premium per ozt over Kitco GOLD "ASK" Spot Price

                       ( Example: If  GOLD Spot Price ($1,350.00 x .16075) x 112.00% = $243.06 per bar in quantities of  25+ )

                          2.5 gram

              1 - 24

              25 +     as low as: 21.00% premium per ozt over Kitco GOLD "ASK" Spot Price

                       ( Example: If  GOLD Spot Price ($1,350.00 x .08037) x 121.00% = $131.29 per bar in quantities of  25+ )

                              1 gram

              1 - 24

              25 +     as low as: 44.00% premium per ozt over Kitco GOLD "ASK" Spot Price

                       ( Example: If  GOLD Spot Price ($1,350.00 x .0321) x 144.00% = $62.41 per bar in quantities of  25+ )

          MEXICAN GOLD PESO COINS (90% Gold)

                           50 Peso  ~ sold in Quantities of:

                 1 - 9

              10 +     as low as: 3.75% premium per coin over Kitco GOLD "ASK" Spot Price

                       ( Example: If  GOLD Spot Price ($1,300.00 x 1.2057) x 103.75= $1,626.03 coin in quantities of 10+)

                              20 Peso

                 1 - 9

              10 +     as low as: 7.00% premium per coin over Kitco GOLD "ASK" Spot Price

                       ( Example: If  GOLD Spot Price ($1,350.00 x .4823) x 107.00% = $696.69 per coin in quantities of 10 + )

                          10 Peso

                 1 - 9

              10 +     as low as: 15.00% premium per coin over Kitco GOLD "ASK" Spot Price

                       ( Example: If  GOLD Spot Price ($1,350.00 x .2411) x 115.00% = $374.31 per coin in quantities of 10 + )

                          5 Peso

                 1 - 19

              20 +     as low as: 22.00% premium per coin over Kitco GOLD "ASK" Spot Price

                       ( Example: If  GOLD Spot Price ($1,350.00 x .1205) x 122.00% = $198.47 per coin in quantities of 20 + )

                          2.5 Peso

                 1 - 49

              50 +     as low as: 35.00% premium per coin over Kitco GOLD "ASK" Spot Price

                       ( Example: If  GOLD Spot Price ($1,350.00 x .0602) x 135.00% = $109.72 per coin in quantities of 50 + )

                          2 Peso

                 1 - 49

              50 +     as low as: 40.00% premium per coin over Kitco GOLD "ASK" Spot Price

                       ( Example: If  GOLD Spot Price ($1,350.00 x .0482) x 140.00% = $91.10 per coin in quantities of 50 + )

We DO NOT have any interest in buying Numismatic Collectible Coins

(except for Melt Value Only)

GOLD

 

     Atomic Number: 79      Atomic Mass: 196.9666      Melting Points:        1,947.52 °F  

 

1,064.18 °C    Boiling Point: 2,856 °C  Troy ounce weight in a cubic Inch 10.1592 oz

 

  GOLD is mostly found with COPPER

 

      GOLD (symbol: AU) from the Latin word Aurum which means "shining dawn" and the old English word was "GHEL". GOLD is the metal of eternity: it’s indestructible, resisting the ravages of wind, water, and time. It can be buried underground or sunk to the depths of the oceans for thousands of years and still be reclaimed in its original glory.

The historical Gold to Copper Ratio AU / CU is 300 to 400 lbs AV Copper to 1 ozt.

 

     Ratios are important: A rising ratio in any of the metals compared to another metal denotes losing price strength to the other metal in the ratio and conversely, a falling ratio denotes gaining price strength against the other metal in the ratio.

 

     GOLD offers independence from any one country’s fiat currency, productivity, credit worthiness, and political views.

 

     GOLD is so malleable; a single ounce can be drawn into wire 50 miles long, or hammered into a thin sheet of one hundred square feet. No other known element possesses all of gold’s unique qualities: it will never tarnish or rust, it shines forever, and it has universal appeal with its accepted value of beauty and wealth.

 

      Between the years 1971 to 1980 (9 years) the price of Gold increased by 24. In 1971 it traded at  $35.00 per ounce multiply that by 24 = $840.00. It's high in Jan 1980 was $850.00 per ounce (we exceeded   that price in March 2008), however to use an inflation adjusted price Gold needs to reach $2,500.00 per ounce. Will we see it?
 The largest consumer of Gold is India, it purchases approximately 800 tonnes of Gold every year.

      GOLD & SILVER are both traded around the globe 24 hours a day. By buying any recognized government legal tender issued GOLD or SILVER BULLION COINS you possess an international currency which can always be sold anywhere in the world at anytime.

      Total history of ALL the GOLD mined to date is estimated to equal a 22 meter cube (roughly of 25 yards on each side) which equals 10,648 cubic meters or 6.6 Billon troy ounces of Gold. Of the 193,000+ metric tonnes of Gold discovered to date, 62% is found in 4 countries on Earth.


 1 cubic centimeter = 19.3 grams
1 cubic inch = 10.16946 troy ounces
1 cubic foot = 17,572.834 troy ounces
1 cubic meter = 19,300 kilograms = 19.3 metric tonnes

The top Gold producing countries in 2009 and their percentage share of global output according to UPI were:

 

1. China - 12.8%
2. Australia - 9.4%
3. South Africa - 8.9%
4. United States - 8.9%
5. Russia - 7.9%
6. Peru - 7.7%


     The major world countries in Gold Production in 2010 (production in metric tonnes) are:
1. China - 345
2. Australia - 255
3. United States - 230
4. Russia - 190
5. South Africa - 190
6. Peru - 170
7. Indonesia - 120
8. Ghana - 100
9. Canada - 90
10. Uzbekistan - 9011. Brazil - 65
12. Mexico - 60
13. Papua New Guinea - 60
14. Chile - 40


     Nearly ALL the GOLD ever mined and refined is still in somebody's possession, which is not the case with refined SILVER. The Gold / Silver mined ratio out of the Earth's crust is about 1 oz Gold to 9 oz Silver. Is GOLD overvalued? Or SILVER undervalued?
      If you took a chart 45 feet long on which every foot represented 100 years of human history, the  Gold / Silver price value ratio would remain under 16:1 for all but the last 15 inches. In fact, the first 40 feet (until about 1500 AD) the ratio oscillated under 12:1, and most of the time between 8:1 and 12:1. 
                                             

 

      Additional info on GOLD

http://www.visualcapitalist.com/gold-series-history-gold/


https://www.visualcapitalist.com/gold-series-sought-metal-earth-part-1-5/

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Gold

 

http://www.gold.org

 

 

 

      Info on PLATINUM:

http://www.visualcapitalist.com/the-platinum-series-the-history-of-platinum/
http://www.visualcapitalist.com/the-platinum-series-platinum-as-an-investment/
http://www.visualcapitalist.com/the-platinum-series-supply-and-demand/

 

     "The key to control by the "haves" is the production of fiat, unbacked money. Gold is the enemy of money created out of a computer. When gold was removed as a discipline behind money, those who  could create money out of thin air discovered the path to riches and control. And they developed a   hatred towards gold that was understandable.

      Gold was the monetary discipline that stood in their way. This set off a long period of Fed-sponsored propaganda against gold. Gradually, through the years, and as generation after generation passed on, even the common man in America began to agree that gold was a worthless relic, a useless ornament to be despised." Richard Russell