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BULLION TYPES AVAILABLE ARE GOLD, SILVER, PLATINUM, AND COPPER

Kaufman & Kaufman is dedicated to providing precious metals bullion of all types in a personalized experience in your search. With partnership locations across the U.S., our national footprint offers a VIP experience from coast to coast, including ordering, delivery, and storage. As a family-owned business, Kaufman & Kaufman delivers an unmatched passion for exceeding expectations through our professional concierge staff members and state-of-the-art facilities. We offer all types of bullion, including gold, silver, platinum, and copper.
 

Gold bullion refers to physical gold in bars or coins, usually of high purity and recognized by the global gold markets. Gold bullion is used as a store of value and a hedge against inflation and economic instability. The value of gold bullion is determined by its weight, purity, and current market price. The most common weights for gold bullion bars are 1 oz, 10 oz, and 1 kilogram. Gold bullion coins, such as the American Gold Eagle, Canadian Gold Maple Leaf, and South African Krugerrand, are popular and widely recognized.

Investors can buy and sell gold bullion through our precious metal concierges or online platform. We can store it in secure vaults or safe deposit boxes or arrange delivery directly. However, it's essential to be aware of the costs associated with buying and storing gold bullion and the risks and volatility of the gold market.

Silver bullion refers to physical silver in bars or coins, usually of high purity and recognized by the global silver markets. Like gold, silver bullion is typically used as a store of value and a hedge against inflation and economic instability.

The value of silver bullion is determined by its weight, purity, and current market price. The most common weights for silver bullion bars are 1 oz, 10 oz, and 1 kilogram. Silver bullion coins, such as the American Silver Eagle, Canadian Silver Maple Leaf, and Australian Silver Kangaroo, are popular and widely recognized.

Platinum bullion refers to physical platinum as bars or coins usually of high purity and recognized by the global platinum markets. Platinum is a precious metal used in various industries, including automotive, jewelry, and electronics. In addition, platinum bullion is typically used to store value and hedge against inflation and economic instability. The value of platinum bullion is determined by its weight, purity, and current market price. The most common weights for platinum bullion bars are 1 oz, 10 oz, and 1 kilogram. Platinum bullion coins, such as the American Platinum Eagle, Canadian Platinum Maple Leaf, and Australian Platinum Koala, are also available but not as widely recognized as gold and silver bullion coins.

Copper bullion refers to physical copper in bars or rounds that are usually high purity and recognized by the global copper markets. Copper is an industrial metal that is used in a wide range of applications, including electronics, construction, and transportation. Investors typically use copper bullion to diversify their portfolios and hedge against inflation and economic uncertainty.

The value of copper bullion is determined by its weight, purity, and current market price. The most common weights for copper bullion bars are 1 oz and 10 oz. Copper rounds, similar to coins but not legal tender, are also available in various sizes and designs.

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