• Most Popular Silver Bullion

    Most Popular Silver Bullion

    Read this article to learn about some of the most popular silver bullion investment options on the market. Silver is always a popular investment since the buy-in for silver is reasonably affordable for even the entry level investor and, on the whole, metals are considered a fairly safe investment for long term investors. Granted, the silver market does have direct ties to the gold bullion market, but with industrial uses for silver that don’t exist for gold and a much lower buy-in, silver bullion is quite often a much more palatable alternative to gold. Silver Bullion Options When it comes to buying silver bullion, you have a few options available to you. While some involve actual physical ownership of silver in one format or another, a couple involve paper investments instead. Here is a quick overview of the basic silver bullion options you have available Bars – Silver bullion bars are available in several different types and sizes. ... Read More »
  • Silver Coins vs Silver Bullion

    Silver Coins vs Silver Bullion

  • Where Should I Buy Silver?

    Where Should I Buy Silver?

  • Largest Silver Mines in the World

    Largest Silver Mines in the World

  • Silver Production By Country

    Silver Production By Country

  • Peace Dollar 1921-1928

    Peace Dollar 1921-1928

    The Peace Dollar was issued between 1921 and 1928 as well as from 1934-1935 and is a 90% silver coin belonging to the United States. The current melt value for this coin is $ As an alternative to the Morgan Dollar, and in honor of the peace accords following World War I, the Peace Dollar was designed, approved and minted. Because of the Pittman Act in 1918, millions of silver dollars were to be minted and, in 1921, production of the Morgan Dollar, and then the Peace Dollar began. From 1921 until 1928 when the fulfillment of the Pittman Act took place, millions of Peace Dollars were struck. Just over a million (1,006,473) Peace Dollars were struck with the 1921 date and were struck during the last 4 days of December in 1921 at the Philadelphia Mint. Due to die stresses from the high pressure required to strike the Peace Dollars, ... Read More »
  • Kennedy Half Dollar 1964 to 1970

    Kennedy Half Dollar 1964 to 1970

  • Seated Liberty Dime 1891 to 1937

    Seated Liberty Dime 1891 to 1937

  • Walking Liberty Half Dollar 1916 to 1947

    Walking Liberty Half Dollar 1916 to 1947

  • Silver War Nickels 1942 to 1945

    Silver War Nickels 1942 to 1945