Bullion coins

(redirected from Bullion coin)
Also found in: Wikipedia.

Bullion coins

Metal coins consisting of gold, silver, platinum, or palladium that are actively traded. Some examples include the American eagle and the Canadian maple leaf. Their price is directly connected to the underlying price of their metal.

Bullion Coins

Coins struck from a precious metal that may be bought and sold for investment. Most bullion coins are at least 99.9% pure. Bullion coins are commodities that investors often use as a hedge against recession and inflation. Thus, while it is volatile like most commodities, it always maintains a relatively high value. Bullion coins trade for higher prices than the metals from which they are made, accounting for costs associated with their manufacture.
References in periodicals archive ?
The American Eagle One Ounce Silver Uncirculated Coin is the collector version of the Mints American Eagle Silver Bullion Coin. It bears the W mint mark of the West Point Mint.
Amir Rizk, a gold trader, said that the gold bullion coin is a common savings tool among citizens.
They include: | A numbered Royal Mint 1oz gold bar; | A Britannia 2018 1/4oz gold bullion coin in 24ct gold; | A Sovereign 2018 gold bullion coin in 22ct gold; | A sterling silver money clip with gold Half Sovereign in 22ct gold; | An 18ct gold diamond necklace featuring a 0.14ct diamond.
Silver bullion coin and bar sales were expected to contract 24% to 222 million oz in 2016.
Silver bullion coin sales reached a fresh record high in the third quarter of this year, totaling 32.9 Moz, and are up 95 per cent year-on-year, according to GFMS's bullion coin survey.
For average investors who are looking to cash in on gold it won't hurt to invest in the UAE's first bullion coin which is scheduled to be distributed this month.
The new website could spark a gold rush by broadening the appeal of the bullion coin market and mak-making it easier for people to buy from a trusted source at prices which the Mint said are "relatively affordable".
"When investing in a bullion coin one must first look at its purity in order to calculate the effective margin over the spot bullion price," said Eldiwany.
bullion coin program, this volume presents an inside look at the work performed at the U.S.
BULLION COIN PROGRAM provides a fine survey of a popular coin collected by many from investors to numismatist, and offers a fine survey by the designer or the coin's reverse who has nearly forty years of experience working in the U.S.
Clients should be advised that every widely circulated bullion coin is "investment grade." Grading is only meant for genuine old, rare coins.
Most coin dealers, including Goldline, will sell a one-ounce bullion coin for about 5 percent more than they'll buy it back for, a figure that closely tracks the price of an ounce of gold on the commodities markets.