Many investors enjoy finding unique products with low premiums. Suns of Liberty Mint is gaining traction in this arena by bringing to market a number of small precious metals products that add variety to stacks. Originally, the mint only offered 1 oz and 1/4 oz silver squares with a very shiny appearance. Now, there are more sizes and finish options. Today, you can purchase the 1/10 oz Standard Finish Suns of Liberty Silver Squares at Silver.com.
- Ships in a plastic flip.
- Rounds available in brand-new condition.
- Unique square shape to this silver round.
- Consists of One-Tenth Troy ounce of .999 fine silver.
- Cutoff edges to the design.
- Obverse features the identifying markers of the round.
- Reverse includes the mint logo and identifying markers.
- Proudly struck in the United States of America by a US veteran-owned mint.
Silver products have long been popular due to their value, but recently products from private mints have increased in popularity due to the low premiums and larger quantities available than coins from government mints since many have limited mintages.
These fractional weight silver squares are available at lower premiums due to the more simplistic designs and easier method of production. Not only do they have lower premiums, but they also come in a variety of weights, so you can get a size that you prefer. Suns of Liberty Mint has produced products that, although simple, are beautiful.
The obverse of each 1/10 oz Standard Finish suns of Liberty Silver Square features markings that indicate the metal content, purity and weight of the piece. The numeric value of the weight, as well as “troy oz.” is engraved into this side of the square.
On the reverse of each square, you will see a repeating pattern set at a 45-degree angle on the silver piece. The pattern includes information about the piece, such as the shorthand name for the mint (SOLM), the sun logo for the mint and the weight, purity and metal content of the square.
Suns of Liberty Mint was founded by Dave Breger in 2011. Breger, a former US Army Special Forces, was interested in getting into the precious metals industry. At one point in time, he hand-stamped 15,000 pieces of silver in his apartment. He later purchased a manufacturing facility in Mount Holly Springs, Pennsylvania and started Suns of Liberty Mint. He now employs hundreds of people to create American-made silver pieces.
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