Year End Clearance! A Few Odds and Ends on Sale . . .

As we wind down 2013, 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.

SILVER
50 - 10 oz Academy Silver Bars (Stackable): SPOT + $0.50/oz SOLD
1 - 100 oz NTR Silver Bar: SPOT + $0.50/oz SOLD
5 - 100 oz Engelhard Silver Bars: SPOT + $0.70/oz SOLD
11 - 10 oz USA/NTR Silver Bars: SPOT + $0.50/oz SOLD

GOLD
18 - 1 oz Chinese Gold Pandas (Dates Our Choice): SPOT + $60/oz SOLD
13 - 1 oz Johnson Matthey Gold Bars: SPOT + $15/oz SOLD
9 - 1 oz Pamp Suisse Gold Bars: SPOT + $14/oz SOLD
4 - 1 oz 2013 Gold Buffaloes (Packaging Torn): SPOT + $42 SOLD
24 - Swiss Francs (.1867 ozs): SPOT + $7/coin SOLD
10 - British Sovereigns (.2354): SPOT + $8/coin SOLD
ENCASED SET (1/10, 1/4, 1/2, 1 oz) Gold American Eagles (1.85 ozs Total): SPOT + $99/set SOLD

PLATINUM
ENCASED SET (1/10, 1/4, 1/2, 1 oz) Platinum American Eagles (1.85 ozs Total): SPOT + $149/set SOLD


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