Spring Cleaning Sale! Select Items Marked Down

We're cleaning up the "house", and we have a few items sitting in the vault that are looking for a new home at rock bottom prices. Call us to lock in your trade. These will be sold on a first come, first serve basis.

16 - 1 oz OPM (Ohio Precious Metals) bars, SPOT + $16/oz SOLD
4 - Mexican Pesos (1.20565 ozt), MELT + $10/coin SOLD
109 - Swiss Francs (0.1867 ozt), MELT + $5/coin SOLD
2 - 1 oz Credit Suisse Bars, SPOT + $16/oz SOLD
12 - 1 oz Sunshine Mint Gold bars, SPOT + $16/oz SOLD
19 - 1 oz American Buffaloes (Any Year), SPOT + $45/oz SOLD
33 - 1 oz Canadian Maples (Any Year), SPOT + $29/oz SOLD

42 - 1 oz Liberty Rounds, SPOT + $0.50/oz SOLD
20 - 10 oz Perth Mint Snakes, SPOT + $1.90/oz SOLD
13 - 100 oz Engelhard bars, SPOT + $0.50/oz SOLD
2 - 100 oz Sunshine Mint bars, SPOT + $0.50/oz SOLD
465 - American Silver Eagles (Any Year), SPOT + $1.90/oz SOLD
500 - Canadian Silver Maples (Any Year, not a sealed Monster Box), SPOT + $1.75/oz SOLD
100 - Austrian Philharmonics (Any Year), SPOT + $1.50/oz SOLD
1 - 100 oz Johnson Matthey Bar, SPOT + $0.50/oz SOLD

4 - 1 oz Johnson Matthey Bars, SPOT + $35/oz SOLD


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