- Place your order with us by calling *781-710-8419.
- Send a check or wire within 24 hours to cover your order.
- Sit back and relax. Your order will arrive soon.
How do I purchase precious metals from Boston Bullion?
When is the price locked in?
Your price is locked in as soon as you place your order. Your price will not change regardless of market fluctuations. Once you place your order, we take a market position based on your order and commit to delivery.
You also commit to following through with the purchase.
How do I pay?
How much time do I have to pay for my order?
How much does shipping cost?
There is a nominal shipping charge of $19.95 for smaller orders.
How is it shipped?
How long does it take?
Orders paid with a check or money order must be held for 10 business days.
Once the check has cleared, your order will ship immediately.
What is your Sales Policy?
Are there any hidden charges, fees or commissions?
Is there a sales tax?
There are NO sales taxes on out of state orders or Massachusetts bullion purchases larger than $1,000.
Are transactions reported?
No reports are required for any wire or check transactions.
Do I have to pay taxes when I sell?
Why are your prices so low?
What if I don't send payment?
Why are your prices so high?
Do you have the coins in stock?
Do you accept credit cards for gold purchases?
Do you buy gold as well?
Do you offer gold storage?
What year are the coins for sale?
Can I buy gold online?
Can I visit your local store?
Why are the coins/bars more than the spot price?
Why is the premium different on different coins?
This premium is usually between 2% and 10% of the spot price.
This premium is not significant, however, since the same premium is realized on the sale.
How do I know they are not counterfeit?
What about a Certificate of Authenticity?
When that is the case, the Certificate will be included with your purchase.
What is Bullion?
Pronunciation: ‘bul-y&n, -“yän
Etymology: Middle English, from Anglo-French billion, bullion melting house, bullion, probably blend of Middle French bille ingot, piece of money (from Old French, log) and Anglo-French *bulliun, buillun cauldron, from Old French boillon froth on boiling liquid, broth — more at BILLET, BOUILLON
1 a : gold or silver considered as so much metal; specifically : uncoined gold or silver in bars or ingots b : metal in the mass