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Even though gold is seen as the pinnacle for investment in precious metals, silver has also become one of those metals that can’t be turned away. Many investors turn to silver to diversify their portfolios and affordability. Silver is affordable compared to other metals in the precious metal market and provides a wide range of products from bars and coins to rounds. In addition, silver is versatile as it can be used as an investment and as a vital industrial metal alongside platinum. While being called a beginner or novice metal for the market, it is loved by veteran investors and collectors alike. If you’re looking for silver bullion, then look no further than the silver products provided by Bullion Trading LLC. 

Silver Bullion Coins

Silver bullion coins like gold bullion coins are minted and produced by the world’s renowned mints like the US Mint, Royal Canadian Mint, Perth Mint, etc. Silver Bullion coins come in various sizes and designs, providing a diverse collection and selection that appeal to many investors and collectors looking to invest in silver bullion. Some of the more popular silver bullion coins are:

Great Britain Silver Britannia: 

Great Britain Silver Britannia coins are silver bullion coins from the British Royal Mint. The BU condition coins contain .999 fine silver. This coin is eligible for precious metal IRA and comes with plastic flips. Multiples of 25 come in plastic tubes, and multiples of 500 come in monster boxes. The obverse contains Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth ll, and the reverse features the image of Britannia holding a trident while bearing a shield. The coin comes with the face value, the year of production, and the inscription “BRITANNIA.”

South African Silver Krugerrand Coin:

South African Silver Krugerrand Coins are the first silver coins produced by the South African Mint as a series. These silver bullion coins were produced after the high interest in gold krugerrand coins. These coins are available inside a plastic protective, multiple of 25 is found in a plastic tube, and multiples of 500 in a monster box. They are .999 pure silver coins in BU condition available annually in different designs. 

American Eagle Silver Coin: 

American Eagle Silver Coins are one of the most desired coins in the market. Launched in 1986 by the US mint, it is the official American bullion coin whose weight and the US government guarantees purification. The obverse consists of the “Walking Liberty“ created by Adolph A. Weinman. The reverse consists of an eagle with a shield designed by John Mercanti that depicts strength and endurance. 

5 oz Silver Coins – America the Beautiful: 

America the Beautiful Silver Coins are 5 oz of a coin series produced through the US Mint. This program by the US Mint began in 2010 and is scheduled to run until 2021. The series has become very popular, and there’s talk of continuing the program beyond 2021. These coins are presented similar to normal quarters, the only distinction being the larger size and weight. Each ATB coin weighs 5 oz. and is made of .999 pure silver, as stamped onto the coins.

Morgan Silver Dollar Coin:

Morgan Silver Dollar Coins are American Minted coins from 1878 to 1904. This dollar coin is named after its designer George T. Morgan. The obverse depicts a portrait containing liberty, and the reverse depicts an eagle with its wings stretched. The Us has passed legislation to allow the minting of the Morgan dollar coins in 2021. The Morgan dollar coins made available for purchase sold out in just 45 mins on the US mint website. There are currently plans to produce these coins annually after 2021.

90% Silver Coins:

90% silver coins, also called Junk Silver coins, refer to older US currency coins, whose value is determined by the silver content. The US Government minted these 90% silver coins pre-1965. These coins are often correlated with the term “junk” because of the condition of the coin.

Canadian Maple Leaf Coins:

Canadian Maple Leaf silver coin is second in popularity after the American Silver Eagle. Indeed, many believe that its more silver content and superior design make it the most sought-after silver coin available. It is produced every year and released through Canada’s Canadian Government.

The reverse of the Maple Leaf is not its most well-known design. This coin’s reverse shows queen Elizabeth II. On the reverse of Maple Leaf is an illustration of the magnificent Maple Leaf in sharp detail. This is the feature of the piece that makes it so popular in the silver coin world.

Chinese Panda Silver Coin:

The Chinese panda coins were introduced in 1982 and were available annually from 1989 from the Chinese Mint. These Chinese silver coins contain new designs on pandas every year with their respective weights in grams from 2016. The design also includes the hall of prayer of good harvests in Beijing. The gold counterpart of these coins features the same designs as the silver panda coins every year. 

Elephant Silver Coin:

The Somalian Silver Elephant Coins from the Bavarian State Mint from Zambia are silver coin series that has seen tremendous growth. 

These silver coins are available from fractional weights of 1/10oz to 10oz of pure .9999 pure silver. The obverse contains the African Elephant, which changes each year. The reverse of the elephant silver coin includes the design of the coat of arms of Somalia with engravings including “Somali Republic ”, year of issue, and face value below.

Elemetal Silver Round:

The Elemetal Silver Round coins are affordable and certified. Elemetal silver rounds are made from 1 troy oz of .999 fine silver. Elemetal silver products are manufactured in the best refining facilities in the country.

The 1 oz elemetal silver round is LBMA, COMEX, ISO 14001, and ISO 9001 certified. That’s why the silver round meets all the highest industry standards for product quality.

Engelhard Silver Round:

One of the most famous people in the history of bullion silver is Engelhard. But, unfortunately finding these rounds has become more complex since Engelhard stopped producing their bullion products.

These rounds are noteworthy because of their inherent quality and their design. These silver rounds are made of .999 fine silver and are pure. Engelhard Silver rounds are old due to their age in the market. However, many people prefer the old rounds over the newer ones as they are manufactured differently.

Silver Peace Dollars Coin:

Designed by Anthony de Francisci, the Peace Dollar struck in 90% silver was named to commemorate the end of wars and replace all of the Morgan dollars melted down by the Pittman Act. 

The history of the minting of the Silver Peace Dollar continues to mesmerize collectors. The Philadelphia Mint struck the Peace Dollar late in December 1921 as a commemorative silver coin. The official release was in January 1922. The Peace Dollar was still in circulation until 1928. It was struck the last time in 1934-1935.

Austrian Philharmonic Silver Coin:

Also known as Vienna Philharmonic or “Philharmonic,” Austrian Philharmonic Silver coins’ name is derived from the world-renowned Vienna Philharmonic orchestra. The whole focus of design on the coin is based on it.

The famous Philharmonics 1 oz silver version was first released in 2008. It is made with 999.9 pure silver. They are available individually or in “monster boxes,”  which contain 25 tubes each of 20 coins. It is the legally valid currency in Austria and is one of the few European bullion currencies with a face value in Euros.

Silver Bullion Bars

Silver Bullions are highly concentrated silver which is 99.9% pure. Silver Bullion Bars are in the form usually intended for investment purposes. They are made up of .999 fineness, the same as silver bullion coins. But, Silver Bullion bars come in various shapes and sizes and vary between 1 and 5000 grams or more.

 

Benefits of Buying Silver:

  • Silver is the real money. It can’t be created out of thin air and doesn’t depreciate like paper or digital forms.
  • The physical form of silver is its greatest strength. It is a tangible asset, so it has a hedge against all forms of hacking and cybercrime.
  • Silver can outperform Gold in the Bull Market since silver has greater volatility.
  • The industrial use of silver is rapidly growing. It is used in every primary industry, from medical applications to electronics, batteries, solar panels, etc.

Buying Silver Bullion from Bullion Trading LLC

At Bullion Trading LLC, we provide you with a wide range of choices of silver bullion from world’ renowned mints. All of our precious metals products are 100% authentic. We are a bullion dealer based in NYC that sells silver bullion coins & bars offered at incredibly low prices and rates. In addition, we ship silver coins and bars anywhere within the United States.

Bullion Trading LLC sells silver coins and bars Monday through Thursday 8:30 a.m. to 4 p.m. EST and Friday 8:30 a.m. to 1 p.m. EST. Please call us at (212) 997-2520 if you have any questions regarding Silver coins and bars or any of our other bullion products. Our online checkout is simple to use, and all transactions are safe, so you’ll never have to worry while buying with Bullion Trading LLC online. We hope you find our website to be informative and entertaining.

FAQ


Is it safe to invest in silver?

Silver is considered the best and safe investment against inflation and stocks. The price-performance of silver is always affected by the application of silver in industrial uses. Silver is cheaper than gold and thinly traded making it more volatile.

Is silver bullion a good buy?

Like gold, silver is a member of the asset class of precious metals and is an insurance against inflation as well as an approach to diversify portfolios to reduce geopolitical, monetary, and systemic risk. In addition, silver is an investment with value and has maintained its purchasing capacity over a long period.

What is the cheapest way to buy silver?

The cheapest option to buy silver is through the Bullion dealers which offer gold bullion bars and coins. Bullion dealers, unlike banks and local jewelry stores, rely mainly on purchasing and selling gold in huge quantities, so they may work with modest margins.

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