Gold Bullion Buyer in Las Vegas | Where to Sell Gold Bullion

Nevada Coin Mart is the best gold bullion buyer in out there today. We are home to professional gold bullion dealers that are experts when it comes to the value of gold. The number of our local and tourist customers prove that we are the best place to sell gold in Las Vegas. Read on if you want to know more about us and how you can sell gold bullion.

Best Place to Sell Gold Bullion

Are you thinking of selling gold bullion? Then look no further! Nevada Coin Mart is the place to be! We are the #1 dealer of gold bullion in Las Vegas, NV, and has won the Best of Las Vegas Awards given out by Las Vegas Journal Review more than 12 times!

This simply means that you will get the best deal for your gold bullion and the best customer service there is.

Gold Bullion Dealer

Sell gold bullion to Nevada Coin Mart. We are the best dealer of gold bullion in Las Vegas and Henderson, NV. Our experts will answer your questions in detail all throughout the process. We also have the best deals in town for your bullion needs!

Value of Gold Bullion

Gold is among the metal commodities that people trade worldwide. It is also a form of global currency. When selling gold bullion, it is important to take note of its price. Gold bullion coin typically has a legal tender face value of various denominations, depending on the coin’s weight. But the price of gold bullion is based on these two things:

  • Spot Price
  • Weight

To find out how much gold bullion is for today, please click on the link below for more information. Make sure you use the US market as your reference.

The weight or mass of gold bullion is also a factor in determining your gold bullion’s price. The spot price is typically based on gold’s per ounce weight. So the heavier your gold bullion is, the more valuable it is.

Best Gold Bullion Buyer

Nevada Coin Mart is the #1 gold bullion buyer in Las Vegas and Henderson. We offer free in-store evaluation for your piece using a state-of-the-art Thermo Scientific Niton X-Ray Spectrometer to analyze and measure precious metal contents in your piece accurately. This process will ensure that you get top-dollar especially when you sell your gold bullion items. 

We are open 365 times a year, from 9 am to 6 pm. Come visit us at Nevada Coin Mart® 4065 S. Jones Blvd Las Vegas, NV 89103 or call us up at 702-998-4000.

Sell Gold Bullion

Nevada Coin Mart buys virtually all gold items, making us the best place to sell gold today. Gold bullion comes in many different forms. Below are the different types of gold bullion that we buy:

Gold Bars

Gold bars are a type of gold bullion that is made from refined gold. It comes in various sizes, and each size is produced in different procedures. For example, large gold bars are made by “casting,” which means that metal is poured into the mold at its liquid state. Smaller gold bars, however, are made by minting or stamping gold sheets together.

Gold Rounds

Gold rounds are bullion that has no monetary or face value. It is typically minted by private companies that offer gold for sale. 

Gold Bullion Coins 

Gold bullion coins are coins that are made mostly from 99.99% fine gold. And it is used as an investment or stored value rather than currency, which is used for daily commerce. Below are examples of bullion coins that each country issues.


Gold is flexible enough that you can form it into many different types of objects, such as in the form of bullion. Gold bullions are typically 99.5% or higher fine metal or pure gold, and it comes in the forms of bars, ingots, or coins. And they are typically used for investment by the government and private entities (individuals or businesses). 

The word bullion originates from the French word bouillon, meaning boiling. The term pertains to process of melting metals to create the bars or ingots from the unprocessed metals. 

The world, especially traders, hold precious metals like gold with such high value. Governments are no different, which is why they create coins that also serve as their official bullion coins. They also assign these coins with face value, turning the coins into legal tender. This means that their citizens can use the bullion coins as a form of payment for tax and debt.

Gold bullion’s value is usually based on the current spot price of gold. To determine your gold bullion’s value, experts use purity (fineness) and weight as basis for evaluation. The bullion’s weight is measured in troy ounces (1 troy ounce = 31.1034768 grams). And of course, as a rule of thumb, the higher the purity and weight, the higher its value. The spot price for gold changes daily depending on the market’s performance, it is volatile, so it is wise to study its trend to know when to sell your gold bullion.