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Silver Bullion

Like gold, silver bullion refers to any silver product (bars, ingots or coins) minted after 1933. For investors who enjoy investing in physical bullion, owning bullion coins is both enjoyable and convenient.

Silver bullion coins are legal tender of the country of issuance, and their silver content is guaranteed. The market value of a 1 oz silver bullion coin is equal to the market price of an ounce of silver plus a small premium to cover the cost of the minting and distribution.

Bullion coins are minted in affordable weights but the one ounce coins are the most sort after. The bullion coin represents an investment in pure silver and because it is legal tender, its authenticity is guaranteed by the country of origin. Silver bullion coins can be easily bought and sold virtually anywhere in the world. Prices for the most popular one ounce coins are quoted daily by radio, computer or on television financial networks.

Some of the most popular bullion coins are the American Silver Eagle, the Canadian Silver Maple Leaf, Mexican Libertad and the Australian Silver Kookaburra. Silver coins are traded throughout the world on a daily basis as an integral part of the international silver business, so they always an available market.

Like gold, silver coins make valuable family gifts, are easy to store, easy to transport, and anonymous. They provide financial protection and wealth preservation to those that own them. .Owning silver today represents a uniquely private and personal way to hold some real wealth.

To find out if bullion is right for you contact one of our precious metal specialists at 800-528-0545 or learn more here.



Pre-1933 Silver

Coins minted before 1933 is sometimes referred to as “investment grade” or "private silver". In accordance with the Silver Purchase Act of 1934, U.S. President Roosevelt issued executive order No. 6814 to confiscate and nationalize silver by outlawing private ownership of quantities more than 500 troy ounces.

After the gold standard was abandoned in 1972, it was legal to own silver in excess of 500 ounces. Like gold minted before 1933, these silver coins issued and minted before executive order 6814 was instituted will offer additional privacy and tax benefits many investors appreciate. The Silver Morgan and the Peace Dollar represent coins that fall into this category.


To learn if Pre-1933 silver coins are right for you, call and speak with one of our precious metal specialists at 800-528-0545 or learn more here.




Silver in your IRA

In 1997, the Tax Payer Relief Act made it possible for precious metals to be added to IRA accounts. This includes gold, silver and platinum. Many IRA account holders put gold in IRAs as a way to achieve diversification of funds. The process is very simple and will not incur any tax ramifications. Our precious metal specialist will assist you with the necessary paperwork if you qualify.

To learn if you can benefit from putting precious metals in your retirement account, call and speak with one of our precious metal specialists at 800-528-0545 or learn more here

 




Rare Silver Coins

Rare or numismatic silver (like gold); refer to coins whose primary value comes from the rarity of the coin itself and not from the metal content contained within.

Over the years, many individuals and families have enjoyed sharing and discussing the historical significance of these collectors’ items, while also enjoying their appreciating growth.

To learn if rare or numismatic coins would be right for you, please contact one of our precious metals specialists at 800-528-0545 or learn more here.