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    Sell Gold, Pacific Beach

    Call Us Today!  (858) 412-6462

    Are you looking to sell gold, Pacific Beach? Then look no further. United Coin & Precious Metals is your one stop shop for your gold selling needs. We pay out better than anyone in town, and have cash on hand to settle you out. Want to sell gold for other precious metals, Pacific Beach? Well, that’s no problem. You can sell gold at United Coin & Precious Metals for silver, platinum and palladium.

    Gold is in. The gold buying business is a highly competitive market with lots of buyers looking to earn your business. It makes sense. The price of gold has been wildly volatile. It’s even approached long-term highs in recent memory.

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    So, many are believing that now is the time to cash in.

    Some Americans go to gold parties. These are a fun trend, where you and your friends get together and have your jewelry appraised. You can earn cash on the spot.

    But, don’t be so quick.

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    It is important to do your homework before selling your gold, silver, platinum and palladium.

    That’s why United Coin & Precious Metals is here. Take a look at our gold selling guide to learn more.

    Want to sell Gold Eagles?

    Want to sell Gold Maple Leafs?

    Want to sell Gold bars?

    Want to sell Gold Bullion?

    Want to sell Pre-1933 Gold?

    Pacific Beach is in good hands at United Coin & Precious Metals, located in La Jolla, California. With decades of gold buying and gold selling experience, Pacific Beach knows where to sell gold - at United Coin & Precious Metals.

    Are you looking to sell your gold, Pacific Beach? There are some things you should know first. When selling gold in Pacific Beach, there are lots of things to consider. You could either go to a  pawn shop, a jeweler or a coin shop to have your gold appraised.

    There are lots of options to sell gold in Pacific Beach, including many ways to get paid out: In Pacific Beach, you have the option to sell gold for cash; sell gold for wire transfer; sell gold for check.

    A reputable gold buyer should offer you any of these options.

    Another question you might want to ask yourself is, what are you looking to sell? If you’re selling gold coins in Pacific Beach, here are some things you should know.

    When selling jewelry, be sure to organize what you have yourself. It might even be smart to weigh the gold jewelry or silver jewelry you are looking to sell before coming in. Look at the markings on the jewelry. This will give you some idea as to what your jewelry is worth.

    Sell the American Gold Eagle

    1 oz. American Gold Eagle

    When selling a Gold American Eagle in Pacific Beach, be sure to know that this coin earns a little higher premium than other bullion coins.

    As the official gold bullion coin of the US government, the American Gold Eagle was released in 1986. The American Gold Eagle was inspired by the Krugerrand.

    Augustus Saint-Gaudens’ Lady Liberty figure, from the $20 Saint Gaudens (1907-1933), was the inspiration for the American Gold Eagle.

    The reverse features a male eagle carrying an olive branch. It is flying above a nest containing a female eagle and her hatchlings.
    Each of the four sizes contains 91.67% gold (22 karat), 3% silver, and 5.33% copper.

    Sell the American Gold Buffalo

    1 oz. American Gold Buffalo

    When selling the American Gold Buffalo, note that it earns a higher premium than most gold coins, like the American Gold Eagle.

    The 1 oz American Gold Buffalo was first introduced in 2006 and was the first time in the history of the U.S. Mint that a pure (.9999) 24 karat gold coin was produced for the public. The design of the American Gold Buffalo is a modified version of James Earle Fraser’s Indian Head (Buffalo) nickel first issued in 1913. The obverse design features a Native American while the reverse features an American Bison standing atop a mound of dirt.

    Sell The Gold Canadian Maple Leaf

    1 oz. Canadian Gold Maple

    Are you looking to sell the Gold Canadian Maple Leaf in Pacific Beach? It is good to know, when selling the Canadian Maple Leaf, that some coins are .999 and some are .9999. The latter commands more of a premium.

    The Canadian Gold Maple Leaf is the official bullion gold coin of Canada and is produced at the Royal Canadian Mint. The 1 oz Canadian Gold Maple was first issued in 1979 and at the time represented the only option to the Krugerrand for a modern bullion coin. Produced in sizes ranging from 1/20 oz to 1 oz, the 1 oz size offers the most economical way to purchase this product. All Canadian Gold Maples are 24 karat with a fineness of .999 (coins minted 1979-1982) or .9999 (coins minted after November 1982). The Canadian Gold Maple is guaranteed by the Government of Canada for their weight and purity. Gold Maples are eligible for gold IRA accounts and offer a great way to diversify wealth.

    Are you looking to sell old coins in Pacific Beach. These coins are often referred to as “pre-1933 gold” or numismatic coins. Here are some examples.

    $20 Saint-Gaudens (XF/AU)

    U.S. $20 Saint Gaudens

    The $20 Saint Gaudens is the most popular pre-1933 gold coin. Theodore Roosevelt commissioned Saint Gaudens to design the coin, hence the name. Miss Liberty strides gloriously forward on the obverse while the reverse features a majestic eagle flying above the sun.

    $10 Lib

    U.S. $10 Gold Liberty

    The $10 Liberty coin, also known as the Coronet, was minted from 1866-1907. The world-famous profile of Miss Liberty is shown on the obverse and a heraldic American Eagle on the reverse. The coin was minted after a 34-year hiatus of other $10 gold pieces.

    The Coronet design by Christian Gobrecht would later appear on the $2.50 Liberty gold coin and one year prior to its use on the $5 Liberty gold coin. In 1870, the Carson City Mint began products, and New Orleans produced them from 1879 to 1883 and again years later. Coins were also struck at the newly opened Denver Mint from 1906 until the introduction of the $10 Indian head Gold Coin, which ended the $10 Liberty’s production.

    Looking to sell gold Pacific Beach? Then be sure to cover your bases. These steps can help.

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    World Spot Prices
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    -1.43

    Gold

    Bid: $1,279.37
    Ask: $1,280.37
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    Silver

    Bid: $16.96
    Ask: $17.06
    -2.87

    Platinum

    Bid: $933.49
    Ask: $938.49