The Robin to Gold's Batman

In the world of precious metals, silver spends a lot of time in the shadow of its big brother, gold, but over the past two years, gold prices have increased by about 50% while silver has shot up more than 150%!

Bullion may come in coin or bar form and its value is principally based upon its precious metal content plus the cost of production, which rises or falls with the spot price.

You may already be familiar with bullion coins such as the American Silver Eagle, the Canadian Silver Maple Leaf, Silver rounds, and the Silver Austrian Philharmonic. These easily recognized coins and bars allow collectors and institutions to move in and out of silver bullion easily and swiftly, which is important in bullion transactions. Bullion's value, as mentioned above, relies solely on its weight in silver (or gold) and fluctuates with the market.

The current silver inventory held above ground totals 1 billion 400 ounces, and the annual industrial amount used is 900 million ounces. Comparatively, gold inventory above ground is 3 billion ounces and the industrial amount used is 20 million ounces. Over 45 times more silver is used each year than gold!

Whether you have $50 or $500,000, silver is the affordable investment for anyone wanting to get in on precious metals.

American Silver Eagle

Authorized by Congress in 1985 and first minted in 1986 at the West Point Mint, Silver Eagles are .999 fine silver, the finest silver coins ever issued by the United States.

Affordable and beautiful, American Eagle Silver Coins are legal tender and are the easy, convenient and affordable way to add silver to your portfolio.

The American Silver Eagle is often considered one of the most beautiful coins ever minted.


Canadian Silver Maple Leaf

The Canadian Silver Maple Leaf is Canada's silver bullion coin, minted annually beginning in 1988 by the Royal Canadian Mint.

The Canadian government guarantees the purity, weight, and legal tender value of each Canadian Maple Leaf bullion coin.

The Silver Maple Leaf adheres to the same purity standard as the Gold Maple Leaf, and is 99.99% pure silver.


American Silver Buffalo

This commemorative one-dollar coin was released to the public in June7, 2001 and is made from 90 percent pure silver.

The coin commemorated the opening of the Smithsonian Institution's National Museum of the American Indian.

Money raised from the sales of the American Silver Buffalo were used to supplement the ongoing educational and endowment fund for the museum.


Silver Rounds (tubes of 20)

In 1983, A-Mark Precious Metals, Inc. began minting The Liberty Pure Silver medallion or round.

A-Mark Liberty Pure Silver Rounds are an excellent way to invest in pure silver because their premium above the silver spot price is often less than that of legal tender coins.

Minted from .999-fine silver, silver rounds are generally sold in one ounce sizes and are not legal tender value. These rounds come packaged in protective tubes of 20.


Silver Austrian Philharmonic

The Austrian Philharmonic is struck in .999 fine silver and is backed by the government of Austria and minted by the Austrian Mint in Vienna.

The Austrian Philharmonic Silver Coin is the number one silver coin in Europe and is also one of the most recognizable silver coins in the world.

The Austrian Mint is internationally famous for their coin production over the last 800 years and this coin is no exception.


Silver Morgan Dollar

The Morgan Silver Dollar is the legendary coin of the Wild West, struck from 1878 to 1921.

The Morgan is the largest and heaviest silver coin since the Civil War.

Although the Morgan is probably one of the most common of all 19th century U.S. coins, the rare 1895 Philadelphia Proof Issue is featured in "100 Greatest U.S. Coins", a book endorsed by the PNG.


Peace Silver Dollar

Peace Silver Dollars were first minted in 1921 to commemorate the end of World War I and were halted in 1935 because of the Great Depression.

The Peace Dollar symbolizes the resilience and optimism of America and will always be treasured as the last true American silver dollar.

Available in Brilliant Uncirculated condition, Peace Dollars offer all the advantages of real silver plus the value associated with their scarcity.


Early Release 2011 Silver Eagle

The 2011 American Silver Eagle celebrates its 25th anniversary with these beautiful early release coins graded by the NGC in a MS69 and MS70 grade.

The 2011 Silver Eagle contains 1 troy ounce of 99.9% pure silver and is often considered one of the most beautiful coins ever minted.

Each Silver American Eagle is guaranteed in weight and purity by the United States Government, and is an affordable coin for nearly every collector.


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