• Why Invest In Silver?

    Why Invest In Silver?

    We’ll let me tell you first off I’m not pushing silver, I have no ulterior motive, I’m not going to sell you anything. This isn’t one of those sky is falling websites that use fear to drive traffic. I’ve been collecting and investing in silver and other metals for about 25 years. Holding a silver coin or bar in my hand makes me feel good if nothing else. With all the other asset opportunities in the world why would someone want to buy silver? Here are a few reasons… Reasons To Like Silver It Has Real Value – while the value might fluctuate, silver in itself holds value. Coins Are Fun – Most of older coins are made from 90% silver (pre 1965). Enjoy Storing Wealth – Having a small stash of bullion or silver coins is enjoyable. If you are feeling down and possibly worthless as many of us in ... Read More »
  • Silver Coin Melt Values (Live)

    Silver Coin Melt Values (Live)

  • Silver Coins vs Silver Bullion

    Silver Coins vs Silver Bullion

  • Most Popular Silver Bullion

    Most Popular Silver Bullion

  • Silver Production By Country

    Silver Production By Country

  • Seated Liberty Dollar 1840 to 1873

    Seated Liberty Dollar 1840 to 1873

    The Seated Liberty Dollar was minted between 1840 and 1873 in the United States.The current melt value for this coin is $ although a coin of this period almost always sells for much much more. From 1840 until the passage of the Coinage Act of 1873, Seated Liberty Dollars were the coins produced from the U.S. Mint. During this time, most silver coinage produced by the Mint were essentially “on demand” and were only struck when the Mint was presented with silver. Initial design began in 1836 but the final approval wasn’t received until mid-1840 when a trial strike of 12,400 Seated Liberty Dollars were produced in July as examples of what bullion depositors would receive as struck coinage. The Seated Liberty Dollar was minted between 1840 and 1873 in the United States.The current melt value for this coin is $ although a coin of this period almost always goes for much ... Read More »
  • Barber Half Dollar 1892 to 1916

    Barber Half Dollar 1892 to 1916

  • Kennedy Half Dollar 1964 to 1970

    Kennedy Half Dollar 1964 to 1970

  • Standing Liberty Quarter

    Standing Liberty Quarter

  • Silver Coin Melt Values (Live)

    Silver Coin Melt Values (Live)