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Archive for September, 2015

2015 Christmas Silver Coins and Bars

September 28, 2015 0 Comments
2015 Christmas Silver Coins and Bars

Silver Christmas coins and bars are a great gift to teach youngsters the value of money. Every year Christmas silver is one of our biggest sellers. Not only do the rounds and bars contain 1 troy ounce of .999 fine silver but they also have beautiful designs on them. They both can be used as […]

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Gold & Silver Market 9-27-2015

September 27, 2015 0 Comments
Gold & Silver Market 9-27-2015

Last week was a very mixed one for precious metals with some prices up, others down and some not really going anywhere. It’s been yet another turbulent week for the global economy and equities have taken a battering. First there were more disappointing Chinese manufacturing growth figures, then the Volkswagen diesel emissions scandal; between them […]

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First Time Ever! 2016 Australian 1 oz Silver Bullion Kangaroos

September 22, 2015 0 Comments
First Time Ever! 2016 Australian 1 oz Silver Bullion Kangaroos

First For The Perth Mint! 2016 Australian Silver Kangaroo coins are this year’s hot new product. While you may be confused because collector Kangaroo coins already exist, this new coin is poised to become Australia’s official bullion coin. Much like the Silver Eagle is the United States’s bullion coin and the Silver Maple Leaf is […]

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The New 2016 Australian Silver Kangaroo

September 21, 2015 0 Comments
The New 2016 Australian Silver Kangaroo

This 2016, the Perth Mint (Australia’s sovereign mint) is set to release the first ever 1 oz Australian Kangaroo silver bullion coin. This may be confusing because Australia already has silver Kangaroo coins. Those coins were all individually capsulized and sold in smaller mintages because they were considered collector coins. The new 2016 silver bullion […]

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Gold & Silver Market 9-20-2015

September 20, 2015 0 Comments
Gold & Silver Market 9-20-2015

Last week turned out to be a much better one for the precious metals market, with prices recovering almost everywhere. The exception was rhodium, which probably isn’t a huge surprise, but all the other headline metals managed to make reasonable gains. That’s not completely unexpected; after the recent chaos across most markets it’s not surprising […]

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All About The Mercury Dime

September 17, 2015 1 Comment
All About The Mercury Dime

Widely considered one of the most beautiful designs for a circulation coin, the Mercury Dime still holds vast appeal and has become a vehicle for buying and selling silver even though the coin has not been produced since 1945. Minted from 1916 through 1945, the Mercury Dime 10-cent coin was designed by Adolph Weinman and […]

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Don’t Let The Savings Fly Away…

September 17, 2015 0 Comments
Don’t Let The Savings Fly Away…

  While supplies last we’re offering the wildly popular Silver Canadian Bald Eagle and Red-Tailed Hawk coins for just $3.49 over spot per coin. If you’ve never seen a modern silver coin from the Royal Canadian Mint then you’re in for a treat because the quality on these coins is amazing! The detail and finish […]

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Gold & Silver Market 9-13-2015

September 13, 2015 0 Comments
Gold & Silver Market 9-13-2015

Global financial markets are still turbulent, and that continues to affect the precious metals sector. Last week saw mixed results, with silver again managing to hold its value and palladium managing to gain, while the other key spot prices all headed down. In general it’s too confused a picture to identify any real trends, but […]

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Gold & Silver Market 9-6-2015

September 6, 2015 0 Comments
Gold & Silver Market 9-6-2015

Last week was another unsettling one for global markets, and again it affected the precious metal sector. Every spot price fell, although silver was barely affected. Looking at the overall situation it doesn’t look like the slip in prices was any issue with precious metals themselves, so much as a general failure of investor confidence. […]

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