The Royal Canadian Mint crafted a limited production quarter-ounce gold bullion coin honoring the 1st Special Service Force, also known as the “the Black Devils” or “the Devil’s Brigade,” the original special forces unit that conducted commando operations during World War II.
Goldline is proud to be the exclusive dealer of a new, limited-production gold bullion coin that celebrates the alliance between America and Australia during World War II.
Goldline is proud to be the exclusive dealer of a new, limited-production silver bullion coin that celebrates the alliance between America and Australia during World War II.
Goldline is proud to be the exclusive dealer for the Royal Canadian Mint’s ¼ ounce gold bullion coin commemorating the bicentennial of the War of 1812. These limited production, 24 karat (.9999 fine) gold coins are guaranteed for their weight and purity by the Royal Canadian Mint and can be held in precious metals IRAs.
First minted in June 2006, the American Buffalo gold bullion coin marks the first time in its history that the United States Mint has offered a 24-karat gold bullion coin. Nicknamed "The Buffalo," this one ounce coin is made of .9999 fine gold.
First introduced in 1986, the American Eagle gold coin is a leading gold bullion coin choice among investors across the world. After careful consideration, the United States Mint decided to copy the design of the $20 Saint-Gaudens gold coin for the obverse (front) of its new gold Eagle.
The Austrian Mint first began producing the Vienna Philharmonic in 1989. This coin was the best selling gold bullion coin in the world in 1992, 1995 and 1996 according to the World Gold Council.
Due to its 99.99% gold purity, the Royal Canadian Mint markets its gold Maple Leaf coin as the "international symbol of purity." The gold Maple Leaf has been produced since 1979 (it was minted with 0.999 fine gold for the first four years before increasing the gold content to 0.9999 fine in 1983).
With an annual design change always featuring China's symbolic animal, the gold Chinese Panda has long been a favorite of coin collectors and jewelry designers the world over. At one time this gold coin was minted in seven different sizes, second only to the eight sizes of the Australian Nugget.
The world's first gold bullion coin minted for investment, the Krugerrand is believed to be the most widely owned bullion coin in the world. The Krugerrand was first introduced in 1967, as a vehicle to encourage individual ownership of gold.
Gold bars, sometimes referred to as gold ingots, are minted in a variety of sizes, anywhere between 1- and 400-oz. The largest bars typically carry the smallest premium and are often traded on major exchanges (e.g., COMEX, etc.).
Goldline offers its clients the ability to purchase bulk bullion and have it conveniently stored. This option is available for all four major precious metals: gold, silver, platinum and palladium.
The First Special Service Force, also known as the "Devil's Brigade," consisted of American and Canadian volunteers who fought with silent fury during World War II.
To commemorate this important event in history, the Royal Canadian Mint has created a limited edition War of 1812 ¾ oz. silver bullion coin. These limited production coins are guaranteed by the Royal Canadian Mint for both purity and weight and are therefore eligible for investing in precious metals IRAs.
The Australia Silver Koala coin is minted in sizes as small as one half ounce and as large as one kilogram. This one-kilo version is among the largest government-issued silver coin in the world.
The Silver Australian Kookaburra from the Perth Mint comes in various sizes, the largest being one of the largest government-issued silver coins in the world. This popular one kilo silver coin contains 32.151 Troy ounces of pure silver and is 99.9% fine.
Silver Canadian Maple Leafs are renowned the world over as silver bullion coins for their 99.99% silver purity. The coin's reverse (back) depicts a Maple Leaf, the national symbol of Canada, from which the coin derives its name.
Ninety-percent silver bags are generally dimes and quarters sold in $1,000 bags which reflect their face value (i.e., the legal tender value of the coins). Half bags contain a face value of $500.
Silver American Eagles, which the United States government first introduced in 1986, have fast become one of the most popular ways to invest in silver bullion. Like the gold American Eagle, the design for the Silver American Eagle was borrowed from an older American coin.
Silver bullion bars, also referred to as ingots, range in weight between 1 and 1,000 ounces. The most commonly traded bars, however, come in 10- and 100-oz. bars. Each bar contains .999 fine silver and is hallmarked for weight and purity.
Goldline is pleased to offer our clients the ability to purchase bulk silver bullion which is stored in an independent, secure third-party facility. This option is available for all four major precious metals: gold, silver, platinum and palladium.
Silver bullion rounds are minted by private mints or refineries. They are sold generally in 1-ounce sizes and can be minted in varying degrees of fineness, the most common being 99.9% silver purity. Rounds are not legal tender value.
More than a decade after initial production of the gold and silver American Eagles, the United States government issued platinum American Eagles in 1997. These coins quickly became the number one platinum bullion coins in the world.
Australian Koalas are one of the earliest platinum bullion coins to be issued by any nation. As with other Koala bullion coins, the design on the obverse (front) of the platinum Koala features an Ian Rank Broadley portrait of Queen Elizabeth II. She is encircled by her name, the name of the country and the denomination.
Goldline offers its clients the ability to acquire bulk, non-specified bullion on a per ounce basis for storage. This option is available for all four major precious metals: gold, silver, platinum and palladium.
The Royal Canadian Mint introduced platinum Canadian Maple Leaf coins in the same year as the silver Maple Leaf. Each coin is 99.95% fine. The reverse (back) depicts a Maple leaf, the national symbol of Canada. The reverse also lists the name of the country and the amount and purity of the gold.