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American Silver Eagle (1986-Date)

American Silver Eagles are the nation’s official silver bullion coins. The US Mint launched it in 1986 after the 1985 Liberty Coin Act. The one-troy-ounce coin has a $1 face value and contains 99.9% pure silver. The U.S. Mint certifies its composition, weight, and purity, and the government backs its worth.

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Morgan Dollar (1878-1921)

It is generally agreed that the Morgan Dollar is the most popular coin to collect and sell among those that have been produced by United States Mint. The Morgan Dollar was produced from 1878 – 1904 and then again in 1921. It was given the name of its engraver, T. Morgan (1845-1925), who was born in Great Britain.

Peace Dollar (1921-1935)

The First World War has ended, but its memories are still vivid in people’s minds, but there are still seven years left until the start of the Great Depression. The United States of America is now experiencing an economic expansion and is in desperate need of silver coins to replace the Morgan dollars that were destroyed as a result of the Pittman Act.

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Barber Dime (1892-1916)

Barber The dimes struck in the United States between the years 1892 and 1916 are regarded to be classic examples of the coinage of the United States. The Barber design was used on three distinct denominations of coins by the United States Mint. These coins were the dime, the quarter, and the half dollar.

US Gold Coins

Liberty Head Dollar Type One (1849-1854)

The Gold Liberty Head Dollar Type One was struck in the United States between the years 1849 to 1854..

Indian Head $1 Dollar Type Two (1854-1856)

The Gold Indian Head Dollar Type Two was struck in the United States between the years 1854 to 1856.

Indian Head Dollar Type Three (1856-1889)

The Gold Indian Head Dollar Type Three was struck in the United States between the years 1856 to 1889.

Liberty Head $2.50 Quarter Eagle (1840-1907)

The Gold Liberty Head $2.50 Quarter Eagle was struck in the United States between the years 1840 to 1907.

Indian Head $2.50 Quarter Eagle (1908-1929)

The Gold Indian Head $2.50 Quarter Eagle was struck in the United States between the years 1908 to 1929.

World Silver Coins

Austrian Silver Philharmonics Coin

Austrian Silver Philharmonics (2008-Date)

The silver coin honoring the Austrian Philharmonic has swiftly become one of the silver coins that is possessed by the most people all over the world. It is well-liked among investors in Europe, and more and more of it is making its way over the Atlantic Ocean and into the vaults of North American banks.

Australian Silver Kangaroo (1993-Date)

The rare Australian Kangaroo is one of the most gorgeous coins ever produced by the Perth Mint. It is also one of the rarest coins in the world, giving investors the opportunity for the greatest possible return on their investment.

Canadian Silver Maple Leaf (1988-Date)

The purchase of silver in the style of bullion bars is by far the most common practice, however silver coins are quite accessible and may be an interesting investment option. They are simple to acquire or sell in very little quantities of silver once at time, they are quite inexpensive, and the variety of patterns gives them a collectability factor in addition to their real metal worth.

Chinese Silver Panda (1983-Date)

Among investors and coin collectors, Chinese Silver Pandas, which show the charming bear indigenous to the area, are a favorite. The Silver Panda’s origins were rocky, but it has now established itself as one of the world’s most popular silver bullion coins.

British Silver Britannia (1997-Date)

Since 1997, the British Royal Royal Mint has been producing British Britannias in restricted quantities every year. The Royal Mint is well renowned for producing high-quality coinage and bullion. Since its debut, Silver Britannia has steadily risen in prominence to become one of the most sought-after silver pieces in circulation today.

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