Gold & Silver Exchange Jewelry ~ Coins ~ Gold & Silver Bullion
Regardless of your budget we are here to help you. We know not everyone can spend thousands of dollars on silver. We are happy to help with any size purchase. You will receive professional and personal service whether buying $20 or $20,000 of silver. We have many different silver products in stock for immediate delivery. We invite you to visit and check out our inventory.
Silver Eagles - United States Mint
With 1 oz of pure U.S. Silver and a beautiful patriotic design, the Silver American Eagle is the most popular bullion coin i in the United States. The obverse (front) was designed by Adolph A. Weinman and shows Lady Liberty draped in an A American flag, walking gracefully as the sun rises over a ridge. The reverse (back) has a heraldic eagle is shown below below 13 small stars, representing the original colonies. Guaranteed by the U.S. Mint.
We offer Silver American Eagles three ways: single coins, roll of 20 coins, and 500 coin monster box.
90% Silver Coins - United States Mint
Pre-1965 U.S. 90% silver coins is the preferred method of purchasing bullion for many people. We offer $1 face value. bags of 90% silver coins in any multiple you desire.
Circulated pre-1965 U.S. 90% silver coins are known as "junk silver" and "constitutional silver". They have a silver content proportional to their face value. On average one dollar in face value equals .715 troy oz of silver, which is why...... why these coins are sold in multiples of face value. Each lot of $1 face value coins could consist of any combination of dimes or.... or quarters minted on or before 1964.
Since Gold & Silver Exchange has no minimum purchase, we are one of the few silver dealers who will sell you as little as $1 face value junk silver. We recognize that not everyone can buy junk silver in $10 or $100 face value bags (we sell those too). Make us your source to buy pre-1965 90% silver coins.
We also offer bags of Mercury dimes and half dollars
We stock a variety of designs and manufacturers in 1 oz, 5 oz, 10 oz, and one kilo silver bars. Bars have a lower price than silver from the .... from the US Mint. Silver bars are a great way to add silver to your holdings or collection.
The best values are the ten ounce and one kilo bars. Premiums are lower on these bars so you receive more silver for your money!
Silver Rounds - Secondary Market
Buying silver rounds in varied condition and produced by any mint are
one of the most cost effective ways to own silver. These .999 silver rounds
are offered at an exceptionally low price point as they are sold in lots that
include rounds of various condition, from old to new, and are produced by
a wide variety of mints with many different designs. In terms of silver weight
and value, these rounds are equal to the brand new silver rounds.
This category may have any number of different designs, ranging from
replicas of common coins and national symbols to commemorations
of events and people. Though the weight and silver content will be one
ounce of .999 fine silver; the size may vary slightly. Some mints
produce the same amount of silver in a design that may be larger or
smaller in thickness or width than a different mint.
Please Note: These rounds are in varied condition (secondary market) and will likely contain scratches, dings and nicks. Items are picked based on our current inventory but will always contain 1 troy ounce of .999 pure silver.
Mexican Silver Coins
Mexican Silver Libertads are another popular bullion coins. Mexican Silver Libertads have a face value of 1 onza and a a fineness of .999 silver. Libertads are issued by the Mexican government and minted by the Casa De Moneda De Mexico in in .. in Mexico City. The Casa De Moneda has been manufacturing coins for almost 500 years. It was established in 1535 and is ..... is the oldest mint in the Americas.
The obverse of the Libertad features a winged Victoria, the personified Roman goddess of victory. She holds h .... her arm upright with a wreath in her hand as if to symbolize winning. The denomination and "Plata Pura" are inscribed onon on either side of her.
The reverse (back) shows the Mexican Coat of Arms; an eagle with a snake in its beak and talons. The eagle is perched on a prickly pear cactus and encircled by the official title of Mexico.
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