Toned MS63 PL 1882 Morgan Silver Dollar in an old ANACS holder. Gorgeous piece
1891 MS64 Morgan Silver Dollar in Old Fatty NGC Holder
Key Date! Huge spread from 64-65! Old NGC fatty holder!
1987 Australian Nugget “Golden Eagle” Sealed in Original Wrapping
“Golden Eagle” 1/4 Australian Nugget Pure Gold Round. Mint in original sealed packaging.
4 Consecutive Swiss Bank Corporation 1oz Ingots
Vintage swiss bank 1oz ingots have become highly collectible. Here’s an unique consecutive set of 4 mint ingots with rainbow toning on the edges signifying how long they have been in the seal.
Alaskan Gold Nugget 1.83 Troy Oz
Beautiful Alaskan Gold Nugget. 1.83 Troy oz
Alexander Westerfall 1.79oz ingot
Alexander Westerfall ingots have become increasingly collectible. This example is in excellent shape and features a very unique 1.79oz weight class.
American MinuteMan 1/4oz Vintage Silver ingot
Crown Mint Set
Set of 3 Crown Mint ingots. 10oz in original seal, 5oz kit kat and 5oz pressed in original seal.
E. D. Marshall Refiners 50oz Silver Ingot
E D Marshall Refiners Silver Ingots are often seen in the 5oz 10oz and 25oz variety, However we’ve only seen this one 50.06oz variety. Not only is this ingot unique and a fantastic addition if you hold the other 3 E D Marshall sizes, but this ingot is in exceptional shape. A truly stunning Ingot.
EngelHard Canadian Floating Decimal 3oz ingot
One of the most rare and sought after of the EngelHard 3oz class. Distinguished by a unique small “EngelHard” stamp and the only 3oz EngelHard featuring a floating decimal on “3•000” weight class in the top right of ingot. A favorite among EngelHard collectors, the attention to intricate details on these ingots is bar non in the 3oz class. With known serial range beyond the “137” fixed prefix being between 100 digits its no wonder true collectors know that these rarities do not come up often.
With vintage Perth Mint 5oz ingots, the “999” purity stamp is not supposed to be “wide spaced” in a late serial “leading 0 variety” as seen here with ingot (0792). This is unique example shows a wide spaced “999” purity while still being in this specific 0-leading serial range. In addition, this ingot is serial stamped on the bottom-middle of the ingots backside. It is subject to opinion that this ingot is a oddball when it comes to classification, however we will leave it to your unbiased discretion.
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Rare Australian Bendigo Gold Nugget XRF Tested 96.74% Pure AU
Australian nuggets are among the most sought after in the world due to their vibrance and high purity gold. Known for being the source of nuggets with purity levels over 95%, Victoria, Australia provides some of the most rich grounds for mining in the world. This rarity is specifically an Australian Bendigo nugget consisting of an incredible 23.22 Karat gold purity and remaining composition of dissolved silver with trace copper. The exact XRF reading is 96.74% Au, 2.69% Ag, and 0.38 Cu. With a weight of 45.9G and that level of purity, this is not a nugget you see often. Did you know that only about 2% of today’s nuggets are mined in nugget form? Note the trace quartz fragments within the nugget which is highly desired to prove natural state of a Victorian/Bendigo nugget as these originated directly from the quartz reefs. Furturmore this nugget has a remaining composition of dissolved silver to slate it’s origin. XRF reading attached (see photos)
Rare Silver Art Bar “Big cats are dangerous but a little pussy never hurt anyone”
Rare Silver Art Bar “Bobcats are dangerous but a little pussy never hurt anyone”
Union Bank of Switzerland (UBS) 20g Gold Bar Sealed
This rare pure 999 gold ingot is an original Union Bank of Switzerland featuring the old circular logo from prior to the keys logo more commonly associated with UBS today. Very uncommon to find in the original seal.
Vintage 4-Piece Delta Smelters Portrait Set
Rare 4-Piece Delta Set with notable symmetrical center stampings. Hard to find 999.5 purity’s. It is well known that purities of less than 999.9 are significant of being an older examples making these among the earliest varieties of Delta Smelters. Delta went bankrupt in the 70s making their ingots highly collectible. If there were no hallmarks on a Delta ingot most collectors would still be able to identify due to the quality of their pours. The pictures really speak for themselves, these vintage ingots are truly stunning. If you know Delta, you know this isn’t an easy set to come by.
All items in photo included. 100oz, 50oz, 20oz, 10oz (original sealed/assay paperwork)
Vintage Toned Perth Mint 100oz
Absolutely stunning vintage Perth Mint 100oz 999 silver bar. Rainbow toning is even better in person.