Gold USD 1389.19   per Ounce
Silver USD 15.44   per Ounce
Platinum USD 811.85  per Ounce
Gold USD 1389.19   per Ounce
Silver USD 15.44   per Ounce
Platinum USD 811.85  per Ounce
Gold USD 1389.19   per Ounce
Silver USD 15.44   per Ounce
Platinum USD 811.85  per Ounce
Gold USD 1389.19   per Ounce
Silver USD 15.44   per Ounce
Platinum USD 811.85  per Ounce
Gold USD 1389.19   per Ounce
Silver USD 15.44   per Ounce
Platinum USD 811.85  per Ounce

THINGS TO KNOW

Ethics

NATIONWIDE COIN AND BULLION RESERVE–AN ETHICAL COMPANY IN AN INDUSTRY THAT DEMANDS TRUST.

Nationwide Coin & Bullion Reserve understands that trust is an important commodity in the precious metals industry. As such, we believe that full disclosure concerning the nature of owning a precious metals product from Nationwide Coins is absolutely necessary. Here are a few items of interest that come up from time to time in this industry:

The precious metals and numismatic coin markets are unregulated.

There is no “Securities Exchange Commission” that governs the precious metals market. Just like in the precious gems market, in this market, it does not take a Series 7 license to sell gold, silver, and platinum products.

The products that Nationwide Coins carries are subject to price swings. Prices can rise and fall at any time for numerous reasons. Like all markets, the metals and rare coins market involves risk.

Nationwide Coins prices its coins based on what it believes the general public will pay for said coins.

As stated before, a precious metal product’s price is largely dependent on what the highest bidder will pay for it. We take this into account when pricing our inventory.

Nationwide Coins recommends that rare coins be held for a minimum of five years.

There is no “get rich quick” scheme in the precious metals market. Most rare coins require a minimum of five years to mature. Liquidating precious metals assets acquired less than five years ago will likely result in loss of capital.