The Bullion category encompasses both modern made items and/or historic coins no longer produced – mainly made from gold and silver but they can also be minted in other metals as well.  Gold bullion coins that are dated prior to 1933, are considered to be semi-numismatic and are in high demand by savvy investors because these coins are of high quality, limited supply, and have additional privacy benefits. Due to their increasing scarcity and quality these Bullion coins carry a slight premium. It’s usually a nominal amount between 5 to 15% above the value of the metal in the coin. Most modern made bullion coins have a premium ranging between 3-15% depending on supply and cost of manufacturing. Most savvy investors looking to buy Bullion coins will buy semi-numismatic gold bullion coins because they are a desirable investment for their portfolio. The also carry the added bonus of not requiring a 1099 reporting form when you decided to sell them! For those wanting to see ideal returns on these coins, we recommend holding bullion coins from anywhere between 3 months to several years. However, it can vary depending on the coin.

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