PRECIOUS METALS BULLION

Precious metals have been used as money for nearly all of recorded human existence, a time spanning approximately 5,000 years.

We provide services for buying and selling government minted and hallmarked gold, silver and platinum bullion.

Humans have “coined” gold and silver for use in trade for literally thousands of years. Civilizations with the most stable (ie., least inflated or counterfeited) coin enjoyed long periods of financial stability. Fast forward to the last 100 years (since about 1913), and here in the United States the dollar has lost nearly all of it’s “value”. In other time periods, today’s fiat dollar was known as scrip. Terms like “printing money”, “stimulus” and “quantitative easing” are just fancy ways of explaining dilution of the money supply by creating dollars out of thin air. Remember, gold does not currently back the U.S. Dollar.

Bullion has served as a traditional store of wealth against inflating currencies for about 400 years, essentially the entire existence of fiat paper in Western Civilizations. And those who store bullion do so as a form of insurance against inflating fiat (printable) currency, like the U.S. dollar.

If you want a quote to buy or sell bullion, call me at 410-736-9222, or fill out this short form and tell how I can help.


Excellent service and privacy is our highest priority. If you have questions about bullion regarding your investment portfolio or tax consequences, please consult your appropriate financial advisor. Nusinov.com buys and sells minted bullion, such as American Eagles, Canadian Maple Leafs, South African Krugerrands, and other government issued and hallmarked coins, wafers and bars. This website does not offer any type of investment advice and the verbiage presented on this site should not be considered any type of inducement to buy or sell. Please conduct your own research and if you are ready to buy or sell, Nusinov.com will provide current spot market prices and availability for your bullion purchase or sale. Purchases over $1,000 do not require collection of Maryland sales tax for bullion sales.