Silver Bullion

Silver Bullion

Chinese Silver Panda (China)

China issued its first ever Silver bullion coin, the Chinese Silver Panda, in 1983. The reverse design of these coins, which depicts a panda, the coins purity, and its date, changes every year (except for 2001 and 2002, which share the same design). The 2011 coin is designed with a…

Silver Mexican Libertad (Mexico)

The Mexican Libertad has a silver purity of 99.9% and is minted at the Casa de Moneda de Mexico, the oldest mint in North America, established in 1536. The front of the coin is adorned with a sculpture of Winged Victoria with volcanoes behind her. The back is adorned with…

Silver Vienna Philharmonic (Austria)

The Silver Philharmonic is minted as legal tender by the Austrian Mint in Vienna and was first introduced in 2008. The beautiful Silver Philharmonic coin is 99.9% fine silver and has a face value of €1. While the coin itself is made of fine silver and its actual value is…

Silver Maple Leaf (Canada)

The Royal Canadian Mint certifies the Canadian Maple Leaf as having a purity of 99.99% silver, which makes this coin one of the highest purity of any coin produced by a government mint! The single maple leaf is the national symbol of Canada and it takes its place on the…

Silver American Eagle (United States)

The United States Mint released the American Silver Eagle in 1986. Although they have a monetary (face) value of $1.00 U.S.D, the Silver Eagles actually trade at a percentage above the silver Spot price, which is far greater than $1.00. The obverse design of these beautifully crafted Bullion coins is…