Graded Gold American Eagle Coins in Various Sizes Available

We have accumulated the following slabbed and graded/certified Gold Eagle coins, in various sizes. All of the below items must be ordered by phone. If you are ever going to buy graded coins this would be the time to do it as these normally highly marked up coins are dirt cheap!

1/2-oz Gold Eagles (up-charge over normal 1/2-oz Gold Eagle price shown below)
(1) PF69 Ultra Cameo (graded by NGC) — add $15 to 1/2-oz Gold Eagle price
(2) MS69 (graded by PCGS) — add $4 to 1/2-oz Gold Eagle price

1/4-oz Gold Eagles (up-charge over normal 1/4-oz Gold Eagle price shown below)
(1) PF69 Ultra Cameo (graded by NGC) — add $10 to 1/4-oz Gold Eagle price
(13) MS69 (graded by PCGS and one by NGC) — add $2 to 1/4-oz Gold Eagle price

1/10-oz Gold Eagles (up-charge over normal 1/10-oz Gold Eagle price shown below)
(3) MS70 (graded by NGC) — add $5 to 1/10-oz Gold Eagle price

Since availability is quite limited, this item is available by phone only at 1-800-800-1865

Buy Gold Eagle Coins:
https://goo.gl/2WMcwv

Originally Posted Here: Graded Gold American Eagle Coins in Various Sizes Available

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1-Gram Gold Bars (Only $4 Over Melt Value)

We have 11 pieces left of various gold gram bars, all in assay packaging, but only .995 purity (as opposed to the typical .9999 fineness seen on most other 1-gram gold bars). Each bar still contains 1 full gram of actual gold. Available for just $4 over melt value (save $5-6 versus normal 1-gram gold bar pricing).

Since availability is quite limited, this item is available by phone only at 1-800-800-1865

Gold bars for sale:
https://goo.gl/2WMcwv

1-Gram Gold Bars (Only $4 Over Melt Value)

We have 11 pieces left of various gold gram bars, all in assay packaging, but only .995 purity (as opposed to the typical .9999 fineness seen on most other 1-gram gold bars). Each bar still contains 1 full gram of actual gold. Available for just $4 over melt value (save $5-6 versus normal 1-gram gold bar pricing).

Since availability is quite limited, this item is available by phone only at 1-800-800-1865

Gold bars for sale:
https://goo.gl/2WMcwv

Originally Posted Here: 1-Gram Gold Bars (Only $4 Over Melt Value)

10-oz Engelhard Pressed Silver Bars (Serialized)

These 10-oz landscape-oriented struck Engelhard Silver Bars are stamped on the front with a top-aligned Engelhard hallmark logo, weight, fineness, and unique serial number. We currently only have 1 wide/pressed bar available for $3.99/oz over spot (sold elsewhere for double the price per ounce over spot).

Since availability is quite limited, this item is available by phone only at 1-800-800-1865

Check out these silver bars:
https://goo.gl/2WMcwv

10-oz Engelhard Pressed Silver Bars (Serialized)

These 10-oz landscape-oriented struck Engelhard Silver Bars are stamped on the front with a top-aligned Engelhard hallmark logo, weight, fineness, and unique serial number. We currently only have 1 wide/pressed bar available for $3.99/oz over spot (sold elsewhere for double the price per ounce over spot).

Since availability is quite limited, this item is available by phone only at 1-800-800-1865

Check out these silver bars:
https://goo.gl/2WMcwv

Originally Posted Here: 10-oz Engelhard Pressed Silver Bars (Serialized)

America The Beautiful 5-oz Silver Coins (w/Box & COA)

We currently have 1 of each of the following ATB “uncirculated” 5 oz silver coins:

2016 Harpers Ferry
The third release of the popular America the Beautiful Silver series by the U.S. Mint of 2016, this 5-oz coin is the collector version with an “uncirculated” finish and ships in a box with COA. Get yours today for only $169!

2016 Fort Moultrie
The fifth release of the popular America the Beautiful Silver series by the U.S. Mint in 2016, this 5 oz coin is the collector version with an “uncirculated” finish and ships in a box with COA. Get yours today for only $129!

Since availability is quite limited, this item is available by phone only at 1-800-800-1865

Check out other specials here:
https://goo.gl/2WMcwv

America The Beautiful 5-oz Silver Coins (w/Box & COA)

We currently have 1 of each of the following ATB “uncirculated” 5 oz silver coins:

2016 Harpers Ferry
The third release of the popular America the Beautiful Silver series by the U.S. Mint of 2016, this 5-oz coin is the collector version with an “uncirculated” finish and ships in a box with COA. Get yours today for only $169!

2016 Fort Moultrie
The fifth release of the popular America the Beautiful Silver series by the U.S. Mint in 2016, this 5 oz coin is the collector version with an “uncirculated” finish and ships in a box with COA. Get yours today for only $129!

Since availability is quite limited, this item is available by phone only at 1-800-800-1865

Check out other specials here:
https://goo.gl/2WMcwv

Originally Posted Here: America The Beautiful 5-oz Silver Coins (w/Box & COA)

$GLD and $SLV Prices as of February 11 2019 @moneymetals

February 11, 2019 — Precious metals prices lost some ground in last week’s trading and continue to fall this morning. The U.S. dollar has rallied sharply, putting pressure on gold and silver prices.

The monetary metals look to be in a relatively strong position technically, however.

Prices have consolidated the December and January gains, demonstrating resilience in spite of the rally in the dollar and in stock prices. We’ll see if better looking price charts are enough to lure some speculative interest.

Much of the focus this week will be back on Washington DC. Lawmakers and the president have until 12.01 AM Saturday to agree on spending deal in order to avoid a second federal shutdown.

At the moment, President Trump and House Democrats do not appear close to a compromise.

Federal agencies are still catching up on planned economic data releases, after delays prompted by the first shutdown. This week investors will get a look at December retail sales, about a month later than originally scheduled.

Check out live precious metals prices here:
https://goo.gl/gy5XMA

$GLD and $SLV Prices as of February 11 2019 @moneymetals

February 11, 2019 — Precious metals prices lost some ground in last week’s trading and continue to fall this morning. The U.S. dollar has rallied sharply, putting pressure on gold and silver prices.

The monetary metals look to be in a relatively strong position technically, however.

Prices have consolidated the December and January gains, demonstrating resilience in spite of the rally in the dollar and in stock prices. We’ll see if better looking price charts are enough to lure some speculative interest.

Much of the focus this week will be back on Washington DC. Lawmakers and the president have until 12.01 AM Saturday to agree on spending deal in order to avoid a second federal shutdown.

At the moment, President Trump and House Democrats do not appear close to a compromise.

Federal agencies are still catching up on planned economic data releases, after delays prompted by the first shutdown. This week investors will get a look at December retail sales, about a month later than originally scheduled.

Check out live precious metals prices here:
https://goo.gl/gy5XMA

Originally Posted Here: $GLD and $SLV Prices as of February 11 2019 @moneymetals