The Bullion Plus category encompasses high quality and/or historic coins no longer produced – mainly made from gold and silver but they can also be minted in other metals as well.  Bullion Plus are in high demand by savvy investors because these coins are of high quality, limited supply or both. Because of their increasing scarcity and quality these Bullion Plus coins carry a slight premium. It’s usually a minor amount between 5 to 15% above the value of the metal in the coin.  Most savvy investors buy Bullion plus because they are a desirable investment for their portfolio and have the added bonus of being beautiful! For those to see ideal returns on these coins, we recommend Bullion Plus items for smart investors looking to hold onto their assets for a minimum of 6 months.

Also, Bullion Plus gold coins older than 1933 are considered ‘collectibles’ by the IRS.  This means they have additional privacy and taxes advantages over other coins. To learn more we invite you to contact a Mint State Gold Representative.

Investment Grade Coins are a step up from Bullion Plus. They are typically sold individually or in rolls, and with the passing years have proven stronger returns. Investment Grade Coins are also of a higher quality and scarcity compared to Bullion plus items.  Because of this Investment Grade are usually certified gold and silver coins in a holders (To learn more about why coins are graded as well as placed in holders, please click here).

With Investment Grade Coins having increased scarcity and demand from investor, their value has shown to grow steadily. This has been proven by the esteemed Dr. Lombra who was commissioned by the U.S. Congress to research the potential of Investment Grade Coins. He proved that certain Investment Grade coins have shown about a 15% RETURN, EVERY YEAR, FOR 30 YEARS STRAIGHT! To see the most desired results, we recommend these coins for investors looking to hold on to their investment for at least 2-3 years. We carry many Investment Grade Gold Coins older than 1933 and are also considered ‘collectibles’ by the IRS and have the same benefits as mentioned before with Bullion Plus coins.

To learn more about which category best suits your needs, speak to one of our Mint State Gold representatives.  To read more about Bullion Plus, click here – for Investment Grade Coins, click here