Thirteenth century Italian explorer Marco Polo wrote in his book that the people on the Island of Japan have tremendous quantities of gold. He even called it the “land of gold”. Japan was mining huge amounts of gold until World War II when mines began shutting down. To this day, the highest-grade gold mine in the world is in Japan, called Hishikari Gold Mine. California Gold & Silver Exchange buys a great deal of gold that was bought in Japan. The gold jewelry is often 18 karat gold. This means that it is 75% gold, alloyed with other metals, generally copper and silver. The 18 karat gold is either marked 18k or 750. California Gold & Silver Exchange will value your gold properly. With our XRF X-Ray Analyzer we have the equipment to properly evaluate your gold and we pay accordingly. We pay by cash or check, whatever your preference, even for large amounts.
Japan Gold Coin- 5 Yen, 10 Yen, 20 Yen, 10,000 Yen, 50,000 Yen, 100,000 Yen.