Dillon Gage Metals is authorized to purchase gold, silver, platinum, palladium and rhodium bullion directly from the world’s major mints including the United States Mint and the Royal Canadian Mint…a distinction held by very few other companies. We serve precious metals dealers, financial institutions, banks and brokerage houses around the globe. In addition to offering a wide selection of bullion and numismatics, we also provide bullion dealers extensive support including digital and technology services.
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A key division of Dillon Gage is our full-service precious metals refinery which processes a wide range of material from low-grade bench sweeps to high-grade scrap. Our advanced technology combines with superior expertise and friendly service to provide the best possible customer experience. We provide swift settlements for even the largest lots of gold, silver and platinum. Our fees are simple and disclosed up-front so that you can feel at ease and secure when you tender your assets to our technicians. Additionally, our proprietary stone removal services can recover even the smallest melee. Once recovered, our expert diamond buyers will happily provide you with a bid.
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Whether you are doing business with our professional traders, utilizing the services of our refinery, or storing precious metals and certified coins at one of our depositories, you can feel confident that you are dealing with a company that has been a pillar in the precious metals industry for over three decades.
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