Buy Gold Coins and Gold Bars
Gainesville Coins offers a large inventory of gold coins and gold bars at industry
leading prices above spot. Our inventory includes gold coins and gold bars from
National Mints and refiners from around the world. Investing in gold is an excellent way to diversify a portfolio,
and precious metals have become a standard asset class for many investment portfolios.
Many gold coins and bars are eligible for inclusion in metals IRAs.
Gold Bullion Bars
Gold bullion bars are available
in a variety of sizes to suit the needs of investors at virtually any price point.
All bar bullion is certified for weight and purity. Many gold bullion bars come
with a certificate, which matches the registration number stamped on the bar itself.
Many countries produce gold bullion bars, but all adhere to the same quality standards.
Larger gold bullion bars, also known as gold ingots, carry a lower premium over
spot than small gold bars. Investors wishing to purchase large quantities of gold
will generally find gold ingots the most cost-effective way to purchase gold. Among
the most well known refiner of gold bars is the Swiss refiner Pamp Suisse.
Gold Bullion Coins
Gold bullion call also refers to gold coins that carry no numismatic value. Many
national mints produce gold bullion coins. Perhaps the most well known is the South African Krugerrand. Gold coin
bullion typically, but not always, have a higher premium to spot relative to gold
bullion bars. Most of the gold bullion coins
produced today come from major precious metals producing countries, including South
Africa, Canada, the United States, and China, among other.
It is generally just a matter of personal preference when choosing between gold
bullion bars and gold bullion coins. The artistic quality of many gold bullion coins
is one of the primary reasons some investors choose gold bullion coins over bars.
For instance, the distinctive artwork on the South African Krugerrand and other gold bullion
coins have an intrinsic aesthetic draw.
Buy Gold Coins
Gold coins that are backed by quality certificates from organizations like the Numismatic
Guarantee Corporation (NGC) or the Professional Coin Grading Service (PCGS) are
the typical distinction separating the gold bullion market and the collectible gold
Assay certificates that come with some gold
bullion bars provide the level of purity and weight.