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Q: Can I buy bullion products directly from the Mint?
A: The Mint does not sell bullion products directly to the public; only to distributors who have the infrastructure to sell and buy back to and from the public and manage sales to individual dealers in North America and around the globe.
Q: What factors contribute to the cost of purchasing bullion?
A: The retail price of bullion products is based on the international gold, silver and platinum market prices, which vary daily. A premium is added to these prices to cover manufacturing, transportation and delivery costs.
Q: Where can I buy Royal Canadian Mint bullion products?
A: To purchase bullion products, you can contact a local financial institution and ask for the manager or person in charge of investment services, or your local precious metals dealer. It is the responsibility of the purchaser to ensure that the precious metal dealer chosen to conduct business with is a reputable source.
Q: What should I consider before buying/selling bullion products?
As with any other important purchase, it is best to research both the different methods and sources for purchasing and selling bullion. Before acquiring these products, please consider the following;
Q: What things can I look for to avoid counterfeit items?
Although extremely rare, it is always important to keep an eye out for those selling counterfeit items to the public. In order to ensure that your newly acquired RCM product is genuine, please consider the following: