Royal Mint Bullion offers you the flexibility to sell gold coins and bars to us at competitive rates, based on live precious metal market prices. The gold coins or bars you sell to us does not have to be produced by The Royal Mint as we will gladly accept enquiries regarding gold coins and bars from other mints and refineries around the world. This gives you the opportunity to sell coins and bars which have been stored or purchased elsewhere offering you both convenience and flexibility. We accept all bullion gold coins and bars, allowing you to sell gold Sovereign, Britannia or Queen's Beasts coins, along with any gold bars. Please note, unfortunately, jewellery and scrap gold is not accepted at this time.
You either have the option to sell gold coins and bars to The Royal Mint by using a track and trace delivery service offered by your local post office or by hand delivery to one of our approved partners in London.
For higher value orders we may be able to offer a convenient collection service from your registered address.
We make selling gold coins and bars easy, safe, and secure.
Current Live Gold Price
Frequently Asked Questions
Below are some of the frequently asked questions about our service. If you have any further questions, please contact our customer service team who will be glad to assist.
The rates offered are listed in the table below –
|Buy Back Rate|
|Gold||96% of LBMA 'AM Price' on the day following assay|
|Silver||90% of LBMA 'Daily Silver Price' on the day following assay|
|Platinum||90% of LBMA 'Daily Platinum Price' on the day following assay|
If you would like an indicative quotation of what your items may be worth, simply enter your details on this page and one of our experienced precious metal advisors will be in touch to provide you further details.
Yes. gold, silver & platinum coins and bars of any denomination, age and source can be sold to us as long as you are able to produce evidence of where the items were originally obtained from. This is due to anti-money laundering checks which we are legally required to make.
You either have the option to send your gold, silver or platinum coins and bars to The Royal Mint using a track and trace delivery service offered by your local post office or by hand delivery to one of our approved partners in London.
Certain coins, such as The Sovereign and Krugerrand, are not ‘pure gold’ as they also contain additional metals. For the purpose of this service, the value of the item will be based on the value of the precious metal contained within the gold. As a reference, some of the popular coins and their weights are listed below.
|Coin||Coin Weight||Precious Metal Content|
|Sovereign||7.98 g||7.315 grams (0.235 troy oz.) fine gold|
|Half Sovereign||3.99 g||3.657 grams (0.117 troy oz.) fine gold|
|Britannia (Gold 1 oz, 2013 -)||31.21 g||31.10g (1.00 troy oz. fine gold)|
|Krugerrand (Gold 1oz)||33.93 g||31.10g (1.00 troy oz. fine gold)|
If you have any questions, please contact our customer service team who will be happy to assist.
Unfortunately not. Only gold, silver or platinum coins and bars (both cast and minted) can be sent to us using this service. No scrap gold, silver or platinum, jewellery or decorative items can be accepted.
Yes, we have an authentication and valuation service for British coins made by The Royal Mint before 1971. The service ranges from a general valuation to a fully certified authentication. To find out more visit our Authentication and Valuation page here.
Once you have completed your details in the form above, we will contact you as soon as possible to provide you with an indicative price. If you choose to proceed, we will email you further details including an address label to which you must post the item. After the item is received, it will be assayed within three working days.
For full terms and conditions relating to this service, please see here.