Selling To Us

Gold’N Coins via its web presence boasts a national customer base of over 25,000 retail clients in every state and a few foreign countries. This large audience of active buyers places us in constant need of coins, currency, and many other collectible items. Consequently, we are willing and able to pay more than all of the local competition, and most of the largest national buyers, regardless of the size or value of your collection. Simply put, we buy it all and we pay the most. But don’t just take our word for it. Call us now to set up an appointment for our free, no-obligation cash offer.

At Gold’N Coins we comply 100%, with NO EXCEPTIONS, with all US reportable transaction laws mandated under the Bank Secrecy Act, The USA PATRIOT Act, and by FINCEN, California State Government, La Habra City Government, and Gold’N Coin’s store policy. Please note the following scenarios:

  1. WHEN SELLING JEWELRY TO US: You must present a government photo ID when selling ANY amount of gold, silver, or platinum jewelry or jewelry scrap. You will also be asked to provide a right thumb fingerprint. This information is not kept on file. Consequently this must be done every time you engage in a jewelry (This applies to JEWELRY related transactions only!)
  2. When selling bullion products to us. You will be asked for a government issued ID and above a certain threshold, a Social Security number. This list of reportable products is as follows:

Bars / Rounds

Gold

Silver

Platinum

Palladium

Min. Fineness = .995

Any size bars or rounds totaling 32.15oz or more

Min. Fineness = .999

Any size bars or rounds totaling 1000oz or more

Min. Fineness = .9995

Any size bars or rounds totaling 25oz or more

Min. Fineness = .9995

Any size bars or rounds totaling 100oz or more

1oz Government Minted Gold Coins

Silver Coins

Canadian  Maple Leaf

South African Gold Kruggerand

Mexican  Onza

Pre-1964 US 90% coins

25 1oz coins

25 1oz coins

25 1oz coins

Combined Face Value of $1000 or more

A sale of a precious metal (gold, silver, platinum, or palladium) in any form for which the Commodity Futures Trading Commission (CFTC) has not approved trading by Regulated Futures Contract (RFC) is not reportable. Further, even if the sale is of a precious metal in a form for which the CFTC has approved trading by RFC the sale in not reportable if the quantity by weight or by number of items is less than the minimum required quantity to satisfy a CFTC-approved RFC.