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Today's Bullion Sale Prices t

Prices are based on the spot rate of gold: $2738.88 and silver: $32.7.

Updated on: 12/05/2023 11:39 AM EST

Gold Bullion Sell Prices

1oz Recognized Gold Bars 1-3 Bars: $2,823.79 each
4+ Bars: $2,821.05 each
1oz Maple Leaf Coin 9999 1-3 w DNA*: $2,851.17 each
4+ w DNA*: $2,848.44 each
1oz DNA Maple Leaf Coin 9999 1-3 w DNA*: $2,853.91 each
4+ w DNA*: $2,851.17 each
Fractional Gold Maples 1/2 Oz Coin $1,506.38 each
Fractional Gold Maples 1/4 Oz Coin $773.73 each
Fractional Gold Maples 1/10 Oz Coin $323.19 each
Fractional Gold Maples 1/20 Oz Coin $161.59 each

Silver Bullion Sell Prices

1oz Silver Maples Up to 250 w/o DNA*: $40.22 each
250+ w/o DNA*: $40.06 each
1oz DNA Silver Maples Up to 250 w DNA*: $40.38 each
250+ w DNA*: $40.22 each
1oz Silver Eagles Up to 250 Coins: $45.45 each
250+ Coins: $45.13 each
1oz Recognized Silver Bar Up to 250 Bars: $37.11 each
250+ Bars: $36.95 each
10oz Recognized Silver Bar 1-24 Bars: $369.51 each
25+ Bars: $369.18 each
100oz Recognized Silver Bar 1-3 Bars: $3,515.25 each
4+ Bars: $3,498.90 each

Platinum Bullion Sell Prices

1oz Platinum Maple Leaf Coin $1,400.66 each
1oz Recognized Platinum Bar $1,357.84 each

Our Location

Address: 254 W Broadway (W Broadway & Alberta St.)

Mon – Fri: 9am – 6pm    |    Saturday: 10am – 5pm    |     Sunday: 11am – 4pm

Phone: 604-876-4653


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“If you have gold and you live in Vancouver, near Vancouver or even in BC and you’re visiting Vancouver. Go to these guys. Went in with a necklace I thought was 18 karats. They ran a test and found it that it was actually 22 karats. These guys didn’t hustle me like what you’d expect shady gold buyers or pawn shops would. Walked in wanting a quote and estimated it would be worth $200, walked out with a cheque for $450.” – Google User Review