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The Perth Mint
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US Mint



Based in Ticino, Switzerland, as part of the MKS PAMP GROUP, PAMP- which stands for Produits Artistiques Métaux Précieux – was established in 1977 and operates closely with Geneva based MKS (Switzerland) S.A.

 ‘Produits Artistiques Métaux Précieux’ translates to ‘artistic precious metals products’ and it is the artistic design and beauty of their bullion products that makes PAMP iconic worldwide. They were the first to supply sealed packaging for small decorated bars and PAMP has maintained a market share in excess of 50% of gold bars weighing 100g or less over the past two decades.

PAMP’s Lady Fortuna is a world-famous icon and was the first artistic design to decorate precious metals bars. Fortuna is the Roman goddess of prosperity and the motifs embedded around her image are full of additional symbolism; sheaves of wheat symbolise prosperity, poppies symbolise growth, the Horn of Plenty symbolises abundance, the Wheel of Fortune symbolises fate and justice and the Hands of Fortune symbolise sharing and giving.

There is an undeniable prestige attached to Swiss gold and the high-quality finish of their products inspires a luxury status to the PAMP brand. The security features PAMP utilises are equally first-class. Each bar is individually registered and sealed in protective airtight CertiPAMP™ packaging that doubles as a certificate of authenticity. The latest security measure utilises an iPhone app to verify the authenticity of any product that displays the VERISCAN™ logo.

Bullion Now offers a select range of PAMP cast and minted gold and silver products, including mint sealed monster boxes of 1kg silver bars.

Baird & Co Bullion

Baird and Co.

Tony Baird established Baird and Co. in 1967 and was the first to trade Krugerrands in the U.K. Baird and Co. expanded their bullion program in 1975 and in 1977 became the first private contributor to the Reuter Monitor System. After beginning refining operations in 1979, Baird and Co expanded to open new facilities and selling platforms in 1987, 1996 and 1997. As the leading supplier of investment gold products in the U.K, in 2000 Baird and Co. was officially accepted as a member of the London Bullion Market Association (LBMA).

Baird and Co. have continued to grow, opening facilities in Glasgow in 2002, expanding in 2008, and establishing a sales office in Singapore in 2012. In 2016 Baird and Co was recognised by Britain’s Royal Mint as an official partner.

Bullion Now carries a wide range of Baird and Co. silver and gold products, including cast and minted options.

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The Royal Canadian Mint

After opening in as a branch of Britain’s Royal Mint in 1908, the mint became wholly Canadian in 1931 and upgraded its facilities in 1936.

Renowned for the purity of their products, The Royal Canadian Mint has refined 9999 fine gold bars since 1969 and became the world’s first to produce 9999 fine gold bullion coins since 1982. The Royal Canadian Mint achieved another world first when they produced 99999 fine gold purity in 1999.

Representing the purest bullion, the Royal Canadian Mint released the first Gold Maple Leaf in 1978, and the Silver Maple leaf ten years later in 1988. With a focus on innovation and security, the Royal Canadian Mint Maple Leaf features anti-counterfeiting ‘radial lines’, a laser etched security feature and Royal Canadian Mint’s trademarked ‘Bullion DNA’ identifier. From 2018 the Silver Maple Leaf features Royal Canadian Mint’s latest technology, MINTSHIELD, a new technology that prevents so called ‘milk-spotting’ that can occur with highly pure silver coins.

Bullion Now offers Royal Canadian Mint Silver Maple Leaf coins individually, in original mint tubes of 25, and in mint sealed boxes of 500.

The United States Mint

Operating for 227 years, the United States Mint was founded in 1792 and is the sole manufacturer producing legal tender coins in the United States.

Established in Philadelphia, then the nation’s capital, the mint was the first federal building erected under the Constitution and President George Washington appointed the first director.  Various branches and assay offices opened and closed across the country in response to the gold rush era in the 1800’s and today the mint maintains facilities in Philadelphia, San Francisco, Denver and West Point, as well as a bullion depository in Fort Knox.

The United States Mint produces the world’s best-selling silver coin, the American Silver Eagle, with over 130 million coins being since they began production in 1986.

Exclusively available in 1oz size and featuring the Walking Liberty designed in 1916, as legal tender, they are the only silver coins in American whose weight and purity are guaranteed by the United States Government.

The United States Mint does not sell American Eagle Bullion coins directly to the public, but you can purchase American Silver Eagles through Bullion Now, individually or in original tubes of 20 and in mint sealed boxes of 500.


The Perth Mint

Operating for over 100 years, the Perth Mint’s history began when the first Premier of Western Australia, Sir John Forrest, successfully lobbied the British government to establish a branch of the Royal Mint in Perth in response to the discovery of gold in Western Australia. He laid the foundation stone in 1896 and the Perth Mint opened in 1899 as Australia’s third, and now only surviving, branch of Britain’s Royal Mint.

Gold refining continued uninterrupted on the original premises until 1990 when a modern facility was established, and an additional expansion was completed in 2003. Coin production fluctuated in response to Britain abandoning the gold standard in 1931, World War II and the introduction of decimal currency in 1966.

In 1970 ownership transferred from British jurisdiction to the Government of Western Australia, just few years before the beginning of a new gold boom. In 1987 the creation of Gold Corporation by a State Act of Parliament and agreement with the Commonwealth Treasury allowed the Perth Mint to mint gold, silver and platinum Australian legal tender coinage for national and international markets.

Prime Minister Bob Hawke helped launch the Australian Nugget Gold Coin Series in 1987 which continues today and the Australian silver Kookaburra and Koala series, the platinum Platypus series, and the Lunar Gold and Silver Coin Series are extensively sought after worldwide.

Bullion Now offers a full range of Perth Mint products.


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Siltech PMR Pty Ltd is a precious metal refinery located in Melbourne with over 30 years of refining experience and has the ability to assay, refine and deliver bullion within 24 hours.

Along with the facilities to refine silver, gold and platinum group metals in all forms and grades, and the technology to provide assays and valuations, Siltech is also licenced and equipped to recycle and refine to bullion grade precious metals from sources such as industrial catalysts, scrap, chemicals, jewellery and E-waste through advanced and environmentally responsible processes.

Siltech has partnered with Quantum Technical Services to prevent heavy metals going to landfill or from being discharged into the sewer system. Together they work with schools, scouts and councils to organise X-ray collection events, with payment for the film stock. In particular Siltech works to refine silver from such items as X-Ray and lithographic films and photographic chemicals with the only proven method for complete recovery of silver from waste.

Bullion Now supports Siltech as a local, trusted and environmentally responsible refinery. Being local, shipping and transport costs are often lower than for products coming from international locations, and Bullion Now is able to offer Siltech products at competitive prices.

The desire of gold is not for gold.
It is for the means of freedom.
- Ralph Waldo Emerson