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  • Sell Gold Bullion The Easy Way

    Selling gold bullion has never been easier when you choose Gold Smart as your buyer. For over ten years, we have provided every client with fair offers on their gold bullion items. Whether you have purchased gold bullion as an investment or you have a gold bar given to you as a gift, you can cash in by selling to Gold Smart.

    As one of New Zealand’s premier gold buyers, Gold Smart should be your one and only trusted source for all precious metal transactions. Our loyal customers have returned to us time and time again due to our fast and fair appraisal and payment.

    The Right Choice for selling your Gold Bullion

    The following are a few examples of the types of gold bullion that we purchase. Don’t see your type listed below? Give us a call to discuss the gold bullion you are ready to sell. We will help evaluate the bars, ingots, and coins you have and determine the total worth of the items.

    Sell South African Krugerrand Gold Bullion Coins

    The South African Krugerrand is one of the most popular coins we see come through the Gold Smart storefront. This 22 karat coin has a very high purity rating at 91.6 percent and has a value of 1 troy ounce of pure gold. The coin is considered legal tender in the country of South Africa and come in denominations that range from 1/10 ounce to 1 ounce. Over the years, collectible versions of the gold coin have been released and may be worth more than standard types. Gold Smart can purchase any of your Krugerrand gold coins today.

    Sell New Zealand Mint Gold Kiwi Bullion Coins

    This New Zealand gold coin features a depiction of the country’s beloved flightless bird, the kiwi. On the reverse side of the gold kiwi coin is a map of New Zealand with details to reflect different areas of the country. The gold coin is a standard issue made from 1 troy ounce of gold. Each coin has a diameter of 32mmw with size options ranging from ¼ ounce to 1 ounce.

    Sell New Zealand Mint Pacific Sovereign Gold Bullion Coins

    The New Zealand Mint produces the Pacific Sovereign as a way to commemorate the beautiful islands of Fiji. The face value of the coin is 100 Fijian dollars with a gross weight of 1 troy ounce. The coin has the standard diameter of 32mm. The 24-karat bullion has a .9999 fineness. Fiji is considered a tropical paradise, which is why the Pacific Sovereign features a swaying palm tree.

    Sell Perth Mint Gold Kangaroo and Nugget Bullion Coins

    Perth Mint is one of the world’s top mints and is charged with the responsibility of producing legal tender for Australia. Both the Gold Nugget and Gold Kangaroo coins come in a variety of sizes and denominations. All coins with the Perth Mint collection are made from 24-karat gold and obtain a different design from year to year.

    Sell Canadian Maple Leaf Gold Bullion Coins

    Each year, Canada releases a new Gold Maple Leaf coin into circulation. The Royal Canadian Mint produces the gold coin with the standard version of the coin obtaining 1 troy ounce of pure gold. The obverse design of the coin features a portrait of Queen Elizabeth II while the reverse has a maple leaf illustration. Along with the standard designs, commemorative coins have been released.

    Sell American Gold Eagle Bullion Coins

    The American Gold Eagle and Gold Buffalo coins have recently experienced a surge in popularity. Currently, the Gold Eagle and Gold Buffalo are the only two coins released by the US Mint. The coins are produced from 22-karat gold with a standard of 1 troy ounce. Size options start at 1/10 ounce through 1 ounce. The United States government backs each gold coin. The Gold Eagle coins proceeds the Gold Buffalo coins by approximately 20 years. The Gold Eagle coin was first produced in 1986 while the Gold Buffalo didn’t make its debut until 2006.

    Sell American Gold Buffalo Bullion Coins

    Much like other coins, this gold bullion coin is affectionately known among collectors under a shortened name – a “buffalo.” The American Buffalo, or gold buffalo, is created out of 24 carat gold and is based off a design found on the US Indian Head nickel. It also has the honour of being the first pure gold coin minted for public consumption. Much like the Canadian Maple Leaf gold coin, the American Buffalo gold coin is legal tender for $50 within the country of its manufacture. Available denominations are 1/10 oz , 1/4 oz 1/2 oz and 1 oz.

    Sell Austrian Philharmonic Gold Bullion Coins

    The Austrian Philharmonic coin was created to celebrate Austria’s great love of music. Featuring an orchestra-inspired design, the coin was one of the most traded coins of the 1990s. The Austrian Mint produces this gold coin with sizes ranging from 1/10 ounce to 1 ounce.

    Sell Chinese Gold Panda

    The Chinese Gold Panda represents a celebration of the people from the Republic of China. The Official Mint of the People’s Republic of China began producing the coins in the 1980s with the coin still being widely circulated today. The coin comes in more size options when compared to other gold bullion with weights from 1/10 ounce to 12 ounces.

    Sell Mexican Peso Gold Bullion Coins

    Originally started to celebrate their 100-year independence from Spain, the Mexican Gold Peso still remains a popular choice with investors today. Minted in Mexico City, the coin is produced from 90 percent gold and 10 percent copper. Denominations range from 2 pesos to 50 pesos.

    Sell MyGold Cast Bars

    A unique contributor to the precious metal market in New Zealand, MyGold is both an independent and family-owned business specializing in bullion products made in New Zealand. Each bar is handcrafted for beauty and a natural finish, and each batch as been refined and assay-tested to ensure high standards and a superior product. Both gold bullion and silver bullion products from MyGold are available in sizes to everyone – 5oz, 10oz, 20oz, 50g, 100g, 200g, 500g, 1kg or 5kg – and retain their value for selling to companies like Gold Smart for cash.

    Sell Gold Cast and Minted Bars

    Along with gold coins, gold bars can be sold to Gold Smart. Options for gold bars include gold minted bars and gold cast bars. Gold cast bars are made from a process that has been around for thousands of years and uses molds for each gold bar. In comparison, gold minted bars are made from more modern equipment to produce cleaner lines and straighter edges. Gold cast bars are unique with each bar having its own defining characteristics. Gold mint bars are uniform with fewer “imperfections.” Both types of gold bullion bars are highly valuable. Gold Smart accepts both options from gold bullion sellers.

    In New Zealand, MyGold is a top choice for gold bullion, including gold bars. The gold bars have a 9999 purity rating with the company being certified as the Official Dealers of products from the Perth Mint. This distinction is important since it means the mint has reviewed the company’s practices and they meet the required high quality standards.

    Gold bars are also commonly referred to as gold ingots, although ingots usually refer to larger size bars. Gold ingots are also considered the heaviest of all types of gold bullion. Gold ingots go through the same amount of process as minted gold bars. Gold ingots will have a minimum of 99.5 percent pure gold.

    Selling gold bullion is a hassle-free way to put more money in your bank account. You could use the profits for future investments or for extra spending money. Gold Smart is highly experienced in selling all types of gold coins, gold bars, and gold ingots. We strive for 100 percent customer satisfaction and are available to answer all of your questions regarding gold bullion sales.


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