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Calculating Bullion Values


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With the rapid rise in Gold and Silver prices there are often situations where the assigned value of a coin is less than the bullion value of that coin.

We take that into account by automatically increasing the value to the bullion value of that coin.

In the attached screenshot, you will see the values for an 1986 50 Dollar Gold Eagle.

The original 2013 values for the coin in MS-66 to MS-69 were originally lower that the current $1331.91 bullion value of the coin. You can see all those prices have been automatically raised to the current bullion value.

On the other hand, the value of the coin in MS-70 is quite a bit above the bullion value.


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