Bullion

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We are gold, silver, and platinum bullion buyers!

We buy all types of precious metals including palladium and rhodium. We are scrap gold buyers paying the highest prices in cash when you are selling scrap gold, silver, platinum, palladium, and rhodium. As premier bullion buyers, bullion sellers, we are the best place to buy bullion and sell bullion precious metals of all kinds. Our bullion inventory includes bullion coins, bullion bars from the US Mint, other government mints of the world, and generic refiners.

We buy precious metals, from gold sellers, silver bullion dealers, and private individuals. Our competitive buyback prices on the market are the best bullion prices you’ll find in Chicagoland & the Midwest region. Our trusted bullion buyers are committed to precious metal investors, and collectors, serving bullion buyers and bullion sellers at our multiple retail coin shop locations.

The Different Types & Forms of Bullion

Bul · lion /ˈbo͝olyən/

noun

gold or silver in bulk before coining, or valued by weight. “gold bullion”

Bullion refers to a precious metal like gold, silver, platinum, palladium, and rhodium in bulk form that is valued by its weight in either troy ounce or grams. Bullion comes in different forms, there are bullion coins, bars, ingots, and rounds. People buy precious metals because they are a permanent asset and a sound long term investment as values tend to increase over time. The smaller the weight, the more costly the bullion is to produce, resulting in a higher premium for smaller denomination bullion. Whenever prices are low, smart investors buy larger quantities of precious metal bullion.

Bars & Ingots

A bar will be marked with its weight and purity. Bullion bars are valued exclusively based on the content of the precious metal. 

Ingots refer more to the shape of casted metal and can apply to both precious & non-precious metals.

Rounds

The value of a bullion round is based solely on its precious metal content. Bullion rounds are for collection, not for circulation, and have no currency value.

Gold Bullion

There are many ways to buy and own gold. Coins and small bars offer a popular option for investing in precious metal. Bullion gold coins are used as an alternative form of wealth storage to traditional currency. The attraction of bullion gold coins is that they retain near full value regardless of either change of government or being transported outside their country of issue.

Gold Bullion Coins, Gold Bullion Bars/Ingots & Rounds

Gold Bullion Bars & Rounds

Available from 1 gram to 1 kilo
1 gram, 1 oz, & 10 oz most popular

Government Issued Gold Bullion Coins

United States Eagle Gold Coins
 Australia Nugget / Kangaroo Gold Coins
 Austria Philharmonic Gold Coins
 Canada Maple Leaf Gold Coins
 China Panda Gold Coins
 Great Britain Britannia Gold Coins
 Great Britain Sovereign Gold Coins
 Mexico Libertad Gold Coins
 South Africa Krugerrand Gold Coins

 

Silver Bullion

When you don’t have a lot of extra money and you still want to make a sound investment investing in a precious metal, silver is a good choice. As a scarce commodity with a wide range of uses, the value of silver will never go to zero. With a history of silver being used as money going back thousands of years, there will always be a liquid market for silver coins regardless of what dollar price they may command in the future.

Silver Bullion Coins, Silver Bullion Bars/Ingots & Rounds

Silver Bullion Bars & Rounds 
Also called Generic Silver

Available from 1 gram to 1000 ounce
1 oz, 10 oz, & 100 oz most popular

Government Issued Silver Bullion Coins

United States Silver American Eagle Coins
 Australia Silver Kangaroo Coins
Australia Silver Koala Coins
Austria Silver Philharmonic Coins
Great Britain Silver Maple Coins
China Silver Panda Coins
Great Britain Silver Brittania Coins
 Mexico Silver Libertad Coins
 South Africa Silver Krugerrand Coins

 

Platinum Bullion

Platinum is considered an industrial metal. The automotive industry utilizes platinum in automotive catalysts to minimize the harmful effects of emissions. After the auto industry, jewelry accounts for the majority of platinum demand. Petroleum and chemical refining catalysts, as well as the computer industry use up the rest. Platinum mines are heavily concentrated in South Africa and Russia exclusively.

Like gold and silver, platinum is traded around the clock on global commodity markets. Platinum tends to fetch a higher price than gold during routine periods of market and political stability simply because it is much rarer.

Platinum Bullion Coins, Platinum Bullion Bars/Ingots & Rounds

Platinum Bullion Bars & Rounds

Available from 1 gram to 10 ounce
1 gram & 1 oz most popular

Government Issued Platinum Coins

United States Platinum American Eagle Coins
 Australia Platinum Kangaroo Coins
Austria Platinum Philharmonic Coins
Canada Platinum Maple Leaf Coins
Great Britain Platinum Britannia Coins

 

Palladium Bullion

Palladium is a highly rare precious metal with even smaller above-ground physical supplies than silver, gold, and platinum. Like platinum, palladium is a lustrous, silver-white metal. It has many of the same applications. The largest application is in automobile catalytic converters, with smaller uses in jewelry, dentistry, surgical instruments, and electronics. Palladium investing is a relatively new phenomenon when compared to the history of silver or gold. Palladium is a great way to diversify a bullion holding.

Palladium Bullion Coins, Palladium Bullion Bars/Ingots & Rounds

Palladium Bullion Bars

Available from 1 gram to 10 ounce
1 oz most popular

Government Issued Palladium Coins

United States Palladium American Eagle Coins
Canada Maple Leaf Palladium Coins

 

Rhodium Bullion

Rhodium is a more volatile investment than other precious metals. However, Rhodium investing can be extremely rewarding for precious metals investors if they buy and sell Rhodium at the right time. Due to its scarcity, Rhodium prices have been as high as $10,000 / Oz within the last 20 years, but are susceptible to large fluctuations in price.

Rhodium Bullion Bars

Rhodium Bullion Bars

Available from 1 gram to 1 ounce
1/10 ounce most popular

If you’re looking for a certified gold bullion dealer & precious metal specialist where you can buy gold bullion, silver bullion, platinum bullion, palladium bullion, and rhodium bullion, contact PGS Gold & Coin today. We are a trusted gold bullion dealer, certified gold bullion buyer, and precious metal bullion seller in the Chicago area and Midwest region.

As a certified coin expert and precious metal specialist, PGS Gold & Coin can buy, sell, and appraise a wide variety of high-end items. Our retail stores and online store have a large inventory of rare coins, antique silver coins, U.S. gold coins, foreign gold coins, silver dollars, type coins, foreign silver coins, 90% junk silver coins, ancient coins, medals tokens exonumia, old U.S. currency & Confederate currency, foreign currency, gold bullion, silver bullion, platinum bullion, palladium bullion, rhodium bullion, diamond engagement rings, loose diamonds, and gemstones. Our online store inventory includes all of the above plus autographed sports memorabilia, historical documents, militaria & war memorabilia, pocket watches & timepieces, comic books, antique toys and trains, musical instruments, rare stamps, estate jewelry, fur coats, luxury items, designer handbags and purses, fine wine collections, antiques, and collectibles. We also buy and sell smartphones, cell phones, iPads, laptops, video game consoles, and other new in the box electronics.

For more information from a certified precious metal dealer 
about buying selling appraising gold silver platinum palladium & rhodium bullion,

Call your trusted local numismatist PGS Gold & Coin (888) 416-2701

PGS Gold & Coin has retail coin shops conveniently located in the Chicago suburbs of
Palatine (847) 348-6447, Wheaton (630) 868-3412, Schaumburg (847) 278-7691, and Villa Park (331) 209-9854

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PGS Gold & Coin’s mission is to provide our customers with fair market value in exchange for any unwanted rare coins, platinum, gold, silver, diamond, jewelry, and collectibles. We strive to deliver the highest quality of customer service each and every day.

PGS Gold & Coin is locally owned and family operated since 2008. PGS has become one of the premier and most trusted rare coin and precious metals dealers in the Midwest region & Chicagoland area.

We are a Certified Coin Dealer by PCGS (Professional Coin Grading Service), NGC (Numismatic Guaranty Corporation), and PMG (Paper Money Guaranty). We are a proud sponsor of the ANA (American Numismatic Association) and have an A+ Rating with the BBB (Better Business Bureau).

Main Office: 830 W. Northwest Highway, Suite 7, Palatine, Illinois 60067, USA  •  Tel: (847) 348-6447  •  Email: info@pgsgoldandcoin.com

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