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CONTACT GOLDCORE

TELEPHONE

  • UK Phone: +44 (0) 203 086 9200
  • Ireland Phone: +353 1 632 5010
  • USA Phone: +1 302 635 1160

EMAIL

support@goldcore.com

ADDRESS

UK
GoldCoreLtd
No. 1 Cornhill
London EC3V 3ND
England

OPENING HOURS

UK & IRELAND
Monday to Friday: 0900 - 1700 (BST/GMT)
USA
Monday to Friday: 0400 to 1200 (EST)

 

GOLD BARS


gold bullion bars

Each 1oz gold bar has a minimum purity of 0.995 and is normally 0.999 pure or even 0.9999 pure.

GOLD COINS


gold coins, gold bullion dealer

The Sovereign is a British gold coin. It contains nearly one quarter of an ounce of gold – 0.2354 oz. It is perhaps the most recognised gold coin in the world.

SILVER BARS


silver bullion bars

GoldCore sell popular silver bars and deliver in England, Scotland, Wales and Northern Ireland. We deliver silver bars through fully insured international shipping services.

SILVER COINS


silver bullion coins

Silver coins have a much lower cost of ownership than gold coins, and for some are a more cost effective way of building up a precious metals bullion coin holding.

Important Guides

Guides to Owning Gold and Silver Coins and Bars

About GoldCore Ltd

GoldCore are respected international gold brokers who have provided precious metal bullion delivery and storage to UK clients since 2003. GoldCore won an award in 2006 when we correctly warned about the risk of property bubble and of a global financial crisis. Those who took our advice managed to protect and grow their wealth in recent years.

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What is Bullion?

Bullion is gold, silver, or other precious metals in the form of coins, ingots, or bars. Typically bullion is used for trade on a market. The word bullion comes from the French Minister of Finance under Louis XIII, Claude de Bullion.

The value of bullion is typically determined by the value of its precious metals content, which is defined by its purity and mass. To assess the purity of gold bullion, the centuries old technique of fire assay is still employed, together with modern spectroscopic instrumentation, to accurately determine its quality in order to ensure the owner receives fair market value for it. It is also weighed extremely accurately.

Retailers may sometimes market ingots and bars of base metals, such as copper, nickel, and aluminium as bullion, but this is not a widely accepted definition.

Source - Wikipedia

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