WE BUY COINS & BULLIONS
Gold being all time high now is the time to capitalize on your coin collection. We buy and sell all Gold and Silver coins. USGB Enterprises pays the highest price possible for your gold coins, any amount.
|Coin / Bullion||We Buy||We Sell|
|Eagle 1 oz||Please call for real time payout information.(based on condition of the coin)||Please call for real time payout information.|
|Krugerrand 1oz||Please call for real time payout information||Please call for real time payout information.|
|1oz Gold Bars with certificate||Please call for real time payout information.||Please call for real time payout information.|
|Maple Leaf 1oz||Please call for real time payout information.||Please call for real time payout information.|
|Austria Philharmonic||Please call for real time payout information.||Please call for real time payout information.|
|Chinese Gold Panda 1oz||Please call for real time payout information. (based on condition of the coin)||Please call for real time payout information.|
|US rare coins||please call for prices||Please call for real time payout information.|
|Silver coins and bullions||please call for prices||please call for prices|
Gold South African Krugerrand
In 1967, the government of South Africa minted the gold Krugerrand to increase the marketing of South African gold. Although the Krugerrand is considered as legal currency in South Africa, it is rarely used for that purpose. Instead, it has become a favorite of coin collectors all over the world, known as “medal coins” This was the first coin to be valued at the monetary value of gold, or the current rate of gold prices. For example, a U.S. silver dollar is worth exactly one dollar unless it is unusual in some way that makes it more valuable to collectors. The Krugerrand was originally a one-ounce piece of 22 carat gold with no monetary value imprinted on it; its value is based upon the market gold price that frequently fluctuates. Today Krugerrands are made in a variety of weights, including half-ounce, quarter-ounce and one-tenth ounce.
Gold Canadian Maple Leaf
Canadian Maple Leaf Gold Coin for Sale The Canadian Gold Maple Leaf is the official bullion gold coin of Canada and is produced by the Royal Canadian Mint. The Canadian Gold Maple Leaf is one of the purest gold coins in the world, with a gold content of .9999 millesimal fineness (24 carats). That is, it contains virtually no base metals at all — only gold exclusively from gold mines in Canada.
U.S. Rare Coins
The U.S. Mint issued its first Gold coins in 1795. During the height of the Great Depression in 1933, President Franklin Roosevelt made it illegal for American citizens to have Gold. He ordered all Gold coins be returned to the U.S. Treasury, where millions were melted into Gold bars. These federal government’s recalls and meltdowns made these previously common Gold coins very rare. Today, the surviving pre-1933 Gold U.S. coins are fixed at an extremely limited supply. This fact has made pre-1933 Gold coins some of the most desirable items among collectors and investors.
Gold American Eagle
The U.S. Gold Double Eagle, Saint-Gaudens type, had been issued from 1907 until 1932. Although 445,500 Double Eagles had been minted with the 1933 date, none were released into circulation because of changes made to currency laws during the Great Depression. In an effort to end the run on the banks and stabilize the economy, President Franklin Roosevelt took America off the gold standard. Not only were no more gold coins to be issued for circulation, people had to turn in the ones they had.
Chinese Gold Panda Coin
Minted in 99.99% fine gold, the gold Panda coins are very popular with both coin collectors and investors.Since they were first minted in 1982, the Chinese Panda Coins have been created for the demanding coin collector as a tribute to China’s endangered Giant Panda Bears. Panda coin designs are changed annually.
The Credit Suisse one ounce bar is one of the most popular and are easy to carry and store during travel and are easy to convert into cash almost anywhere in the world.