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Silver Bullion is among the most popular precious metal investments. Silver bullion offers you affordability, variety, and a uniqueness that you won’t find with almost any other precious metal. Learn more about silver bullion and all the types of silver bullion we have available right here at Silver.com.

Silver Coins

Silver coins are among the most popular silver bullion investments. Coins have the backing of a central bank or government. Most mints have popular BU coin programs with annual releases to keep investors and collectors captivated. Among the most popular are the following:

  • Silver American Eagle: The official silver bullion coin of the United States is the Silver American Eagle. This coin is issued in a 1 oz weight and has been released annually as a BU strike since 1986. Proof and burnished versions are also available.
  • Silver British Britannia: These coins are issued by the Royal Mint and debuted in 1997. These coins showcase the reigning British monarch on the obverse and a depiction of Britannia, the female personification of Great Britain) on the reverse. Notably, in 2021 several unique security features were added to this series.
  • Silver Canadian Maple Leaf: The official silver bullion coin of Canada is the Silver Canadian Maple Leaf, struck annually by the Royal Canadian Mint. This coin program was the first ever to have a purity of .9999 silver. The reverse has always shown Walter Ott’s sugar maple leaf, while the obverse features the effigy of the reigning British monarch.
  • Silver Chinese Panda: Struck annually by the Chinese Mint is the Silver Chinese Panda. These coins debuted in 1983 and have shown a unique image of a panda on each release, except for 2001 and 2002. These coins made the switch from Troy oz to grams in 2016.
  • Silver Mexican Libertad: These coins lack a traditional face value, but their metal content and purity are backed by Banco de México. Debuting in 1982, they were the world’s first annual silver bullion coin program. The Mexican coat of arms is on the obverse, and Winged Victory is on the reverse.
  • Silver Perth Mint Coins: The Perth Mint has several unique coin programs under its belt. Two of their more popular coin programs are their lines of Kookaburra and Koala coins, which have unique reverse designs with each release. The Perth Mint is also known for its collection of lunar-themed coins, which have been issued annually in several different sizes and strikes since 1996.

Silver Bars

Silver bars are another great option, especially for those who are looking to make a large silver bullion purchase. Some of the most popular producers of silver bars are the following:

  • Geiger: The oldest silver trading house in Germany is Geiger Edelmetalle. Established near Leipzig, Germany in 1218, Geiger is known for their array of square-shaped silver bars. These bars come in sizes ranging from 1 gram to 5,000 grams. They show the Schloss Guldengossa on the obverse with a repeating LEV rhombus design on the reverse.
  • Monarch Metals: Established in Oregon, Monarch Metals was created as a direct response to the increasing interest in silver bullion. Monarch is well-known for their array of hand-poured silver bars. Some popular choices include their building block bars, which resemble LEGO pieces, as well as their Day of the Dead skulls.
  • PAMP Suisse: PAMP Suisse is known for its ability to create stunning designs on its silver bars. One popular option is their line of Lady Fortuna silver bars. These bars showcase the image of the Roman goddess of fortune on the obverse. Another popular option is their Rosa series which showcases the stunning image of a blooming rose on the obverse.
  • SilverTowne: One of the most popular private American mints is SilverTowne. In terms of silver bars, SilverTowne is known for its Pony cast bars, as well as their ability to recreate popular coin imagery on their bars.
  • Sunshine: Sunshine Minting is another popular American private mint. One popular option is their line of Mercury silver bars which shows the image of the Roman god in motion on the obverse.

Silver Rounds

Silver rounds are similar to coins, except they have no face value, which means they are oftentimes cheaper options than most silver coins. Some popular collections include the following:

  • Buffalo Rounds: Many private mints recreate popular imagery from coin programs, for their line of silver rounds. Private mints such as the Golden State Mint, SilverTowne, and Sunshine, all create these Buffalo Rounds with imagery from James Earle Fraser’s Buffalo Nickel.
  • Crypto Commemorative: This series of silver rounds showcases the logos of popular cryptocurrencies. These rounds are available in a 1 oz size
  • Walking Liberty Rounds: Similar to the aforementioned Buffalo Rounds, a lot of private mints create Walking Liberty rounds. These feature the imagery of Walking Liberty, designed in 1916 by Adolph A. Weinman.

Other Silver Investments

  • Silver Bullets: Silver bullets are a great way to invest as these bullets resemble popular ammunition rounds. Bullets are available in sizes ranging from 1 oz to 10 oz.
  • Silver Shot: Silver shot is silver in one of its rawest forms. Silver shot will often resemble BB gun pellets and are available in several different bulk options.

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