Precious metals are a vital part of a secure financial future, and at Republic Monetary Exchange, it’s our mission to provide guidance and direction in making that possible for your portfolio. Since our founding in 2008, our experienced and knowledgeable precious metals experts help you diversify your portfolio, create generational wealth and secure your financial future.
We buy precious metals of many types. If you’re interested in investing in or selling gold or silver coins or bullion, here’s a brief overview of the precious metals that we can help you with.
We Buy Gold
We buy gold bullion coins and bars and investment-grade, numismatic gold coins (minted prior to 1933). We value gold coins based on the weight and purity of the gold content as well as collectible value if it applies. Some examples of the coins we buy are:
Investment Grade Certified Coins
Gold Bullion Coins
We Buy Silver
We buy silver coins, bars, and investment-grade coins (including numismatic). We also value silver coins based on the weight and purity of the silver content and if they have any collectible value.
Investment-Grade Certified Silver Coins
- Silver American Eagle
- Silver Canadian Maple Leaf
- Silver Rounds
- Pre-1965 Silver U.S. Coins
- Silver bars in any denomination
Platinum and Palladium Coins and Bars
Although there are no numismatic coins for platinum and palladium, both of these precious metals are valuable and popular with investors. If you have platinum or palladium coins or bars that you would like to sell, our precious metals experts would be happy to evaluate them for you. We do buy platinum and palladium too, with price varying based on the weight and purity of the items.
Find Out What Your Precious Metals are Worth
While we’re able to share basic information over the phone or online, the best way to value your precious metals is to schedule an appointment.
Several factors are involved in providing an accurate, market-correct value on your items. We look at the weight and purity of the precious metal involved, as well as rarity and grading for coins. Certified investment-grade coins are those that have been slabbed and professionally graded by a recognized third-party grading company. For bullion and bullion coins, the value is primarily dependent upon their weight and metal content.