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  • About Citadel Coins

    since 1994

     

    Citadel Coins is a retail shop located in downtown Halifax, Nova Scotia, Canada. We are located in the Barrington Place Shops, across the street from Scotia Square Mall.

    We specialize in high grade Canadian coins, paper money, estate jewelry, gold and silver bullion in addition to Royal Canadian Mint products as we are an official Royal Canadian Mint distributor.

    We also buy and sell:

    • All gold and silver coins
    • Pocket watches and wrist watches
    • Jewelry, broken jewelry, estate jewelry
    • Diamonds, sterling silver flatware, dental gold
    • Militaria: medals, uniforms and insignia, badges, discharge papers etc.
    • Precious metals such as gold, silver, platinum and palladium in any form.

    * Free personal evaluations and appraisals can be performed on the spot - no appointment is necessary. We invite you to bring in your items and we will examine them, determine their market value and if you should decide to sell your items, we will purchase them immediately.

     

    Written evaluations for insurance purposes or estates may be done for a fee.

     

    We also operate a large eBay store featuring over 1500 items for sale. If you would like to purchase an item on our online store, you are welcome to contact us directly to acquire it.

     

    We have been a member of the Accredited Business Bureau for over 20 years. We are also a proud member of the Canadian Association of Numismatic Dealers.

     

  • Royal Canadian Mint Products

    Citadel Coins is an official Royal Canadian Mint distributor. We offer a wide variety of Royal Canadian Mint products, both old and new. Please visit our eBay store to view the Royal Canadian Mint products that we have to offer, or contact us by phone or email for special orders.

    The RCM produces all of Canada's circulation coins and has produced coinage for over 74 other countries as well, including Cuba, Norway, Iceland, Indonesia, Barbados, New Zealand, Uganda, and Hong Kong, among others. The RCM also designs and manufactures: collector coins, bullion coins (known as 'Maple Leafs'), bullion bars, customized medals, tokens, and trade dollar watches. Maple Leaf bullion coins are produced using gold, silver, palladium, and platinum (1989–1999). They are well known and respected around the world for their high purity and simple, yet attractive, design.

     

    For Canada 150, the Royal Canadian Mint has issued an inspiring limited-edition 12-coin set collection.

    Order your set today!

    A national icon and a symbol of Canada!

    Order your 5 oz. Pure Silver Coin – Big Coin Series: Alex Colville Designs: 1 Dollar today!

  • Gold & Silver Bullion

    At Citadel Coins, we offer a wide variety of gold bullion and non-bullion gold products including: Canadian gold Maple Leafs, gold bars, American gold currency, Canadian gold currency, Newfoundland gold currency, gold Krugerrands, gold sovereigns, foreign gold, and jewelry including diamond rings, necklaces, bracelets, earrings, etc.

     

    We also offer a wide variety of silver bullion and non-bullion products including: Canadian Silver Maple Leafs, American Silver Eagles, Canadian Olympic silver, various silver rounds, various silver bars, Chinese silver, Australian silver, Canadian coin silver, American coin silver, Newfoundland coin silver, foreign coin silver, sterling silver flatware, and sterling silver jewelry including rings, necklaces, bracelets, earrings, etc.

     

    We are also a major buyer and offer high payouts for gold and silver bullion and scrap gold and silver, in all its forms, in the Halifax area.

     

    What is ''bullion'' ?

    The term "bullion" generally refers to precious metals in bar or coin form. The demand for precious metals is driven not only by their practical use but also by their role as investments and a store of value. Historically, precious metals have commanded much higher prices than common industrial metals. The two most prominent bullion metals are gold and silver but other popular bullion metals include platinum and palladium. Typically gold and silver are venues to diversify investments in a volatile market.

    Canadian Gold Maple Leaf

    The Canadian Gold Maple Leaf is the official bullion gold coin of Canada, and is produced by the Royal Canadian Mint. The Gold Maple Leaf is one of the purest gold bullion coins in the world. The first Gold Maple Leaf was produced in 1979 and coins minted from 1979 to October 1982 have a purity of 99.9%. Since November 1982 the regular issue coins have been produced using gold refined to a purity of 99.99%. More recently, special edition 1 troy ounce .99999 pure gold maple leafs have been produced. Gold Maple Leafs are offered in 1⁄20 troy ounce, 1/15 troy ounce (1994 only), 1⁄10 troy ounce, 1⁄4 troy ounce, 1⁄2 troy ounce, and 1 troy ounce weights. The coins have face values of $1, $2, $5, $10, $20 and $50 respectively. The design of the smaller Gold Maple Leaf fractions is the same as the 1 troy ounce coin. The Gold Maple Leaf has the highest premium over the gold spot price when purchasing, due to its popularity and international appeal.

     

    The Canadian Silver Maple Leaf is a silver bullion coin issued annually by the government of Canada and is one of the most popular bullion coins in the world. The coin has been minted by the Royal Canadian Mint since 1988. The face value of the 1 troy ounce coin is $5, the highest among international silver bullion coins. The purity of the coin is 99.99% silver, which is also the highest purity among international bullion silver. The coin generally always features a maple leaf of the same design. Annual variations for the coin in past have included proof releases (1989 only), privy marks, a coloured maple leaf (with a design different from the regular maple leaf), holographic enhancements, and various slight modifications of the regular design, such as a 2009 issue commemorating the 2010 Vancouver Winter Olympics. The Silver Maple Leaf has the highest premium over the silver spot price when purchasing, due to its popularity and international appeal.

    Gold Bar

    Gold bars are one of the most basic gold bullion products available. They are produced using refined gold and generally bear a stamp featuring the company which manufactured it. Some of the companies which produce gold bars include Johnson & Matthey (J & M), Scotiabank, Credit Suisse, the Royal Canadian Mint, and the Perth Mint. Gold bars are produced in varying weights including: 1 gram, 100 gram, 1000 gram (1 kilogram), 1 troy ounce, 2 troy ounce, 5 troy ounce, 10 troy ounce, and 100 troy ounce. Generally the purity of a gold bar is at least 99% or higher and it has no face value.

    Canadian Silver Maple Leaf

    The Canadian Silver Maple Leaf is a silver bullion coin issued annually by the government of Canada and is one of the most popular bullion coins in the world. The coin has been minted by the Royal Canadian Mint since 1988. The face value of the 1 troy ounce coin is $5, the highest among international silver bullion coins. The purity of the coin is 99.99% silver, which is also the highest purity among international bullion silver. The coin generally always features a maple leaf of the same design. Annual variations for the coin in past have included proof releases (1989 only), privy marks, a coloured maple leaf (with a design different from the regular maple leaf), holographic enhancements, and various slight modifications of the regular design, such as a 2009 issue commemorating the 2010 Vancouver Winter Olympics. The Silver Maple Leaf has the highest premium over the silver spot price when purchasing, due to its popularity and international appeal.

    Silver Bar

    Silver bars are one of the most basic silver bullion products available. They are produced using refined silver and generally bear a stamp featuring the company which manufactured it. Some of the companies which produce silver bars include Pan American, Johnson & Matthey (J & M), Northwest Territorial Mint, Canadian Silver Refiners (CSR), and Engelhard. Silver bars are produced in varying weights including: 1 troy ounce, 2 troy ounce, 5 troy ounce, 10 troy ounce, 20 troy ounce, 50 troy ounce, 100 troy ounce, 500 troy ounce, and 1000 troy ounce. Generally the purity of a silver bar is at least 99% or higher and it has no face value.

  • Estate Jewelry

    At Citadel Coins we are pleased to assist with evaluating your collection and purchasing your unwanted jewelry for competitive prices. For 24 years, we have been buying, selling and trading fine estate jewelry as well as scrap gold and sterling silver. Our comprehensive pricing takes into account all factors which affect a piece's value including the gold or silver content and weight, condition, craftsmanship, provenance, quality and true resale value. Using only government approved scales, we weigh your items in front of you, and use live up-to-the-minute spot prices to determine the value of gold and silver items.

     

    We purchase all gold, gold filled, sterling silver and platinum jewelry pieces (including broken or mismatched jewelry items), old pocket watches, vintage and high end wrist watches like Rolex, Omega, Breitling. We also buy dental gold and sterling silver flatware, tea sets etc.

  • Hours and Location

    Hours of Operation

    Monday to Saturday from 10am to 6pm

     

    We are located in Barrington Place Shops, across the street from Scotia Square Mall. The simplest way to get to our shop is to cross the Pedway from Scotia Square Mall to the Barrington Place Shops. We are located directly across from the Italian Gourmet Café, around the corner, at the top of the escalator.


    Parking is available in the Scotia Square multi-level Parkade across the street connected to the Barrington Place Shops via the Pedway or on the street at an available meter. We validate parking for one hour in the Parkade.

    1903 Barrington Street, Pedway Level - Barrington Place Shops
    Halifax NS, B3J 3L7 CANADA
    Monday to Saturday from 10am to 6pm.
  • Contact Us

    Are you looking for a particular item? Have a question?

    Please fill out the form below and we will respond as soon as possible.

    1903 Barrington Street, Pedway Level - Barrington Place Shops
    Halifax NS, B3J 3L7 CANADA
    Monday to Saturday: 10am to 6pm
    902 492 0130