Please review the purchase information below and then click the "Inquire / Reserve" icon next to a single item from the inventory list to either ask a question or to reserve an item. The item will be added to the Inquire / Reserve form. You can then go back to the inventory and choose more items to add to your form. Note that items already chosen will show a green checkmark in the Inquire / Reserve column on the inventory list. You can go back to your form at any time by clicking the green checkmark next to a chosen item or by clicking the link at the top of the inventory page.
Once you have chosen all of the items you wish to inquire about, please fill out the form with your contact information and submit. An email will be sent to us and we will reply as soon as possible to answer your questions or to confirm availability to purchase items.
PLEASE DO NOT SEND PAYMENT WITHOUT RESERVING YOUR ITEM, as many items are "one-of-a-kind" and may have already been reserved or sold.
We will reserve the item for you if it's still available and you will receive a confirmation from us.
If you are paying by PayPal, debit or credit card, we will send you an invoice to the email address you provide above. You will have 3 days to pay. When we receive your payment and it has cleared, we will send your item.
If you are paying by check or money order, we should receive it within 7 days. These payment types are no longer considered immediate funds and it may take up to 7 business days for them to clear. Once cleared, we will send your item.
If we do not receive payment within the time allowed, the order will be canceled and the items will be returned to stock.
VIRGINIA IS NOW TAX-FREE! House Bills 3 and 936ER were signed in 2021 to extend the sunset date for the sales-tax exemption on gold, silver, and platinum bullion and legal tender coins from July 1, 2022 to June 30, 2025. Now legal-tender coins, gold, silver, and platinum purchases no longer need to exceed $1,000 to be tax-exempt.
The Minnesota Bullion Coin Dealers Law (Chapter 80G) became effective July 1, 2014. The statute affects coin dealers residing in Minnesota and any coin dealers outside of Minnesota, who buy and/or sell to Minnesota consumer residents, regardless of where the transactions take place.
Unfortunately, the costs to comply with this onerous law make it prohibitive for us to do business with Minnesota residents unless they are also dealers registered under the Minnesota Bullion Coin Dealers Law. Therefore, we will no longer buy and/or sell items that contain gold, silver, platinum, or palladium to Minnesota non-dealer residents. Thank you in advance for understanding this decision that we must regrettably make.
If you have concerns about how this law affects you, particularly as it limits your choices as a consumer in terms of the coin dealers you can conduct transactions with, please contact Minnesota Attorney General Laurie Swanson, along with your state representative and senator in the Minnesota Legislature.
DISCLAIMER: WE RESERVE THE RIGHT TO MODIFY OUR PAYMENT TERMS AS NECESSARY AND THEY ARE SUBJECT TO CHANGE WITHOUT NOTICE.