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Gold and silver coins and bars are some of the most stable investments you can make. In times of uncertain stock market conditions, you can rest assured that your precious metal investment with retain its value and buying power. In addition to gold and silver bullion, we have a wide selection of rare U.S. coins and collectible pieces from around the world.

Our numismatic experts can explain our coins’ history and current market values. If you are interested in purchasing any of the items listed here, be sure to call ahead at (303) 777-4653 before you visit to check our stock levels.

For more information on investing in precious metals, check out our Introduction to Precious Metals guide.

Gold Coins

$20 U.S. Gold Liberty Head Double Eagle

The Liberty Head double eagle, minted from 1849-1907, combines collector and bullion value at a reasonable premium over the gold market price.

$20 U.S. Gold Saint-Gaudens Double Eagle

The Saint-Gaudens double eagle replaced the Liberty Head design in 1907 and was minted until 1933. Like its predecessor, this design combines collector and bullion value.

American Gold Eagle (1 oz.)

First minted in 1986, the American Gold Eagle has a face-value of $50 and is guaranteed by the U.S. Government to contain 1 oz. of pure gold from American sources.

Fractional American Gold Eagle

The American Gold Eagle is also available in fractional amounts of 1/2 oz. ($25 face-value), 1/4 oz. ($10 face-value), and 1/10 oz. ($5 face-value) of pure gold from American sources.

Canadian Gold Maple (1 oz.)

First minted in 1979, the Canadian Gold Maple has a face-value of $50 and is guaranteed by the Canadian Government to contain 1 oz. of pure gold.

Fractional Canadian Gold Maple

The Canadian Gold Maple is also available in fractional amounts of 1/2 oz. ($25 face-value), 1/4 oz. ($10 face-value), and 1/10 oz. ($5 face-value) of pure gold.

South African Gold Krugerrand (1 oz.)

First minted in 1967, the South African Krugerrand has no face-value and has long been one of the most popular bullion coins in the world.

Fractional Gold Kruggerand

The South African Gold Krugerrand is also available in fractional amounts of 1/2 oz., 1/4 oz., and 1/10 oz. that are some of the most popular bullion coins in the world.

Vienna Gold Philharmonic

First minted in 1989, the Austrian Vienna Gold Philharmonic has a face-value of €100 and is one of the top-selling gold bullion coins in the world.

Fractional Vienna Gold Philharmonic

The Vienna Gold Philharmonic is also available in fractional amounts of 1/2 oz. (€50 face-value), 1/4 oz. (€25 face-value), 1/10 oz. (€10 face-value), and 1/25 oz. (€4 face-value).

German Gold 20 Marks

Minted from 1871-1915, the German 20 Mark gold coin contains 0.2528 oz. of gold. These were also produced in 5 Mark (0.0632 oz. gold) and 10 Mark (0.1264 oz. gold) coins.

British Gold Sovereigns

The British Sovereign, one of Britain's most famous coins, has a face-value of £1 and contains .23542 oz. of 22-carat (91%) Crown Gold alloy.

Swiss 20 Franc

Minted from 1897-1936, and again in 1947 and 1949, the Swiss 20 Franc contains 0.1866 oz. of pure gold. It is valued for its bullion content.

Mexican Centenario Gold 50 Pesos

Minted 1921-1931, 1943-1947, 1949-1972 (marked as 1947), 1996, and again from 2000-2009, the Mexican Centenario 50 Peso gold coin contains 1.205 oz. of pure gold.

Gold Bars

1 oz. Gold Bars

We offer a variety of 1 oz. gold bars produced by several private mints. They each contain one troy ounce of pure gold bullion.

10 oz. Gold Bars

We offer a variety of 10 oz. gold bars produced by several private mints. They each contain ten troy ounces of pure gold bullion.

Silver Coins

American Silver Eagle (1 oz.)

First released in 1986, the American Silver Eagle has a face-value of $1 and is guaranteed by the U.S. Mint to contain one ounce of 99.9% pure silver.

Canadian Silver Maple (1 oz.)

First issued in 1988, the Canadian Silver Maple has a face-value of $5 and is guaranteed by the Canadian Mint to contain one ounce of 99.9% pure silver.

U.S. 90% Silver Coins

Pre-1965 half-dollars, quarters and dimes contain 90% pure silver and are referred to as junk silver, because they are sold for their bullion rather than collectible value.

Kennedy Half-Dollar (40% silver)

Minted from 1965-1970, Kennedy half-dollar coins contain 40% pure silver and were rarely in circulation. They are valued as a collectible and for their bullion content.

Morgan Silver Dollar (90% silver)

Minted from 1878-1904 and again in 1921, the Morgan Silver Dollar contains 90% pure silver and is valued both as a collectible item and for its bullion content.

Peace Silver Dollar (90% silver)

Minted from 1921-1928 and again from 1934-1935, the Peace Silver Dollar contains 90% pure silver and is valued both as a collectible and for its bullion content.

Silver Bars and Rounds

1 oz. Silver Bars

We offer a variety of 1 oz. silver bars produced by several private mints. They each contain one troy ounce of pure silver bullion.

10 oz. Silver Bars

We offer a variety of 10 oz. silver bars produced by several private mints. They each contain ten troy ounces of pure silver bullion.

1 oz. Silver Rounds

We offer a variety of 1 oz. silver rounds produced by several private mints. They are often produced as replicas of bullion coins.

Platinum Coins

American Platinum Eagle (1 oz.)

First minted in 1997, the American Platinum Eagle has a face-value of $100 and is guaranteed by the U.S. Government to contain 1 oz. of 99.95% pure platinum.

Fractional Platinum Eagle

Minted from 1997 to 2008, the Fractional Platinum Eagle was issued in 1/2 oz. ($50 face-value), 1/4 oz. ($25 face-value), and 1/10 oz. ($10 face-value) coins.

Canadian Platinum Maple Leaf (1 oz.)

Minted from 1988 until 2002, the Canadian Platinum Maple Leaf has a face-value of $50 and is guaranteed to contain 1 oz. of 99.95% pure platinum.

Isle of Man Platinum Nobles (1 oz.)

Minted from 1983 to 1989, the Isle of Man Platinum Noble has no face-value and is guaranteed to contain 1 oz. of 99.95% pure platinum.

Australian Platinum Koala (1 oz.)

Minted since 1988, the Australian Platinum Koala has a face-value of $100 and is guaranteed by the Royal Australian Mint to contain 1 oz. of 99.95% pure platinum.