What We Buy

Mailcoins.com will purchase any type of gold, silver, or platinum coin, bar, and bullion regardless of the age, condition, and country of origin.  We’re also interested in many other types of coins, including old, collectible, and numismatic coins.

While not considered to be an exhaustive list, below are examples of some of the U.S. Minted coins that we’re interested in buying:

  • Gold Coins

Indian Head, Classic Head, Liberty Head, Double Eagle, St. Gaudens, American                     Gold Eagle, American Gold Buffalo

  • Silver Coins

American Silver Eagle

  • Platinum Coins

American Platinum Eagle

  • Half Cents

Liberty Cap, Draped Bust, Classic Head, Braided Hair

  • Large Cents

Flowing Hair, Liberty Cap, Draped Bust, Classic Head, Liberty Head, Matron                         Head, Braided Hair

  • Small Cents

Flying Eagle, Indian Head

  • Two Cent Pieces
  • Three Cent Pieces

Silver Three Cent Piece, Nickel Three Cent Piece

  • Nickel Five Cent Pieces

Shield Nickels, Liberty Head V Nickels

  • Half Dimes

Flowing Hair, Draped Bust, Capped Bust, Liberty Seated

  • Dimes

Draped Bust, Capped Bust, Liberty Seated, Barber Head, Mercury, Roosevelt

  • Twenty Cent Pieces

Liberty Seated

  • Quarter Dollars

Draped Bust, Capped Bust, Liberty Seated, Barber Head, Standing Liberty,                             Washington

  • Half Dollars

Flowing Hair, Draped Bust, Capped Bust, Liberty Seated, Barber Head, Walking                     Liberty, Franklin, Kennedy

  • Silver Dollars

Liberty Seated, Trade Dollars, Morgan Silver Dollars, Peace Silver Dollars

We’re also strong buyers of foreign and world coins, but our interest in foreign coins is limited to coins that are composed of precious metals, such as gold, silver, platinum, and palladium. Additionally, we purchase foreign collectible or numismatic coins that are composed of gold, silver, and platinum. Examples of some of the more recently issued foreign coins that we’re interested in buying include:

  • Canadian gold and silver maple leafs
  • South African gold krugerrands
  • Chinese gold and silver pandas
  • Austrian gold and silver philharmonics
  • Australian gold and silver kangaroos
  • Mexican gold and silver onzas
  • British gold sovereigns
  • Swiss and French gold francs
  • Russian gold roubles
  • Austrian and Hungarian gold koronas