About Us

BullionTradingllc.com, a subsidiary of Kahan Jewelry, was founded at the request of our customers who were seeking an online destination for purchasing precious metals in an environment focused on security and service. Originally we began as Kahan Jewelry, a precious metal refinery, almost 40 years ago in the heart of New York City.

At BULLION TRADING LLC, we have built our reputation as New York City’s premier dealer in precious metals trading. In business for over 35 ears, BULLION TRADING LLC has served as a dealer to casters and manufactures of the jewelry trade. Due to the popularity of the internet and the ability to address most concerns that customers have, BULLION TRADING LLC recently started selling directly to gold aficionados entering, and interested, in gold collection and investing at all stages.

Open to the public and physically located at 20 West 47th Street New York, New York, in Midtown West – two blocks from Times Square – our customers are able to buy, sell and trade with us directly. By far, we are one of the most knowledgeable dealers in state: specifically, NYC. With operations different from most other sites, we are one of the few gold buyers in the business, and planning to stay in the business, of buying back gold and silver coins and bars. If you have been searching online for a dealer that will buy back your coins, bars and bullion, look no further. Whether you’re a resident of New York, or are just visiting, and looking to buy or sell bullion – we believe in transparent – competitive – pricing. In fact, we are one of the only dealers with gold and silver bars, silver rounds, gold and silver bullion, and pre-1933 coins in stock and on location.

Open 8:30 a.m. – 4 p.m. Monday thru Thursday and 8:30 a.m. – 1 p.m. on Friday, BULLION TRADING LLC is the gold dealer private investor’s and
manufactures trust.

Why do customers choose Bullion Trading LLC?

Our Premiums → The prices you see on our website are the actual price you will pay. Our premiums are listed next to every product and they do not change when you come in to make a purchase. We will not surprise you with any hidden commission fees or extra charges. What you see is what you get!

Our Inventory → We keep a regular inventory of all the products listed on our website. In most cases, we have everything in stock. If we don’t we’ll tell you right away and when we expect to be re-stocked.

Our Re-Buy → We buy, sell and trade. Anything you buy from us we will gladly buy back in the future.

Thinking of investing in precious metals? As always do your research before making a final purchase. Should you decide to go with Bullion Trading LLC, know that you will be in good hands!

Investment Checklist

When making any purchase, price is most always the number one consideration. We all know cheaper doesn’t always equal better (have you ever had cheap coffee, bleh!), but cheaper is most definitely better for our wallets. Everybody wants the best price for their money and that’s why smart consumers know how to shop around. The same should apply when buying gold or silver, except there are a few more equally as important factors to consider when purchasing precious metal:

1) Check Availability: One tricky thing to watch out for is dealers who advertise products at lower prices to reel you in. In actuality they may not even have what you want in stock. They do this to catch your attention long enough to try and sell something else. In another scenario they may have the item in stock, but refuse to see it to you at that price depending on how low the metal price is at the moment. In each case you’ve wasted time before getting what you originally wanted.

2) Check Premium: Is the premium you’re paying worth what you’re getting? Sometimes the smaller amount of metal you buy the more expensive the premium can be relative to its size. Smaller bars and coins take longer to manufacture, therefore are more expensive. These premiums however do not make a difference when you decide to sell your metal, however. Most dealers buy back at or below whatever the metal is trading for. The smaller amount you have, the less you will sell it for. If you paid a high premium to begin with, then you might not make such a great profit in the end.

3) Check Re-buy: Obviously the only way to make a profit off your metal investment is to sell it! But that requires finding someone who will buy it. When you decide to buy from a dealer, make sure one of the questions you ask is whether or not they will buy it back from you. It will save you a lot of time knowing beforehand instead of spending hours searching for someone who will.