Sell Gold Coins for Cash

Where to Sell Gold Coins Online

If you have old coins lying around — whether you’ve inherited them, been given them, or have previously collected them — then you could be sitting on a hefty payday.

Are you wondering where to sell your gold coins for cash? At Post My Gold, we make it incredibly easy. All you need do is send your unwanted gold coins in our free, prepaid and insured envelope, and we’ll send you a quote within 24 hours. Accept our offer and we’ll deposit the money in your account immediately!

We buy a range of sought-after coins, including Krugerrand, American Eagles, Sovereign Coins, and Rare Coins. You could earn anything from £93 for an American Eagle coin weighing in at just over three ounces, to an astonishing £1,700 for a four-coin set of British Britannias!

Sell American Eagles Gold Coins

1 Ounce of American Eagle Gold CoinsThe American Eagle coin has firmly claimed its place as one of the most popular coins in the world. The Gold American Eagle was first released in 1986, famous for depicting the scene of the $20 Saint-Gaudens gold coin. This coin was first created on the request of President Theodore Roosevelt.

The reverse of the coin gives its name to the American Eagle, depicting an eagle flying. Each coin is made of 24 karat gold, but is also alloyed with other metals to protect them from damage. The result is over 91% pure gold, 3% silver and 5% copper.

Sell Krugerrand Gold Coins

Krugerrand coins on a table - sell krugerrands

In 2016, a good Samaritan donated a Krugerrand coin to charity. What the charity didn’t initially realise is that the coin was worth a whopping £900! If you have Krugerrand coins lying around, you could be sitting on a fortune.

The Krugerrand is a South African gold coin, its name joining Kruger, a former South African president, and rand, the South African unit of currency. All coins bear the portrait of President Kruger, as well as the South African Springbok. All Krugerrand’s are minted from 22 karat gold, making them extremely valuable, as well as a small percentage of copper. The result is a more orange coin in appearance, but one that is more durable and scratch-resistant than other, similar coins. If you’re looking to scrap old gold coins, condition is everything — making the Krugerrand a solid coin investment.

Selling Rare Gold Coins

Collectible rare coins displayedWhen it comes to selling rare coins, you’ll often receive a much higher offer because they are more sought-after. Coins possess great value to collectors, and because we’ve built up valuable relationships with collectors, we know exactly who will want to buy your gold coins — meaning we can give you the best possible price.

When it comes to selling your old gold coins, there are three things we look at. Gold coins come in several sizes or denominations. These include Ounce, Half Ounce, Quarter-Ounce, and Tenth-Ounce. You’ll typically receive a higher quote for a higher denomination coin, but quality and condition is key.

A coin in poor condition will get you, at best, the scrap value for gold. However, a coin in perfect condition will mean you’ll get more. The final thing we look at is the rarity of a coin. If we believe there’s resale potential, for example, for those looking to complete their collection, we’ll be able to offer you more money for your gold coins.

Where to Sell Gold Coins

At Post My Gold, we make selling gold coins in the UK so easy! Sell your gold items from comfort of your own home. Simply fill in the form to claim your FREE gold pack, send us your coins to appraise. Within 24 hours, you’ll receive an offer from us. If you decide you want to keep your coins, we’ll return them immediately. But, if you’re happy to go ahead, we’ll deposit your cash in your bank account straight away. Hassle-free, quick and easy.

Looking for an estimate of how much you could get for your old gold coins? Check out our Gold Value Calculator. This is based on the current scrap gold coin selling price, and as we can’t calculate rarity or condition without looking at it, it’s incredibly likely that you’ll be offered more! Think of the calculated price as the minimum price you could receive for your gold coins.