Silver Products

1. American Eagle Silver Coins 6. Colored Silver Canadian Maple Leaf Coins
2. Australian Kookaburra Silver Coins 7. 90% Silver Bags [0.900 Fine Silver Coin Bags]
3. Canadian Maple Leaf Silver Coins 8. 40% Silver Coin Bags [0.400 Fine Silver Clad Bags]
4. A-Mark Liberty Silver Rounds 9. Johnson Matthey Silver Bars
5. Colorized Silver Eagle Coins 10. Engelhard Silver Bars
       
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1. American Eagle Silver Coins
 

Fineness = 0.999
Size
Diameter
Thickness
1.0000 Troy oz 40.6 mm 2.98 mm
  Since its introduction in 1986, over 70 million American Silver Eagles have been bought by wise collectors and investors. Silver Eagles have become the most popular bullion coin in the world because of its beauty, its quality and the assurance of content by the U.S. Government. The design is based on the famous “Walking Liberty” of Adolph Weinman’s 1916 U.S. half-dollar, widely considered to be one of the most beautiful coins ever minted. Every Silver Eagle is a meticulously crafted work of art, produced to the exacting standards of The United States Mint. By law, all U.S. Silver Eagle bullion coins are struck only from silver mined in the United States.

2. Australian Kookaburra Silver Coins
 

Fineness = 0.999
Size
Diameter
Thickness
1.0000 Kilo 101.0 mm 14.60 mm
10.0000 Troy oz 75.5 mm 8.70 mm
2.0000 Troy oz 50.3 mm 4.50 mm
1.0000 Troy oz 40.6 mm 4.00 mm
  Australian Kookaburras are the ideal way to start a collection. The Australian Kookaburra pure silver coins give you miniature sculptures of this native Australian bird on a unique precious metal coin. The design changes annually and the 2001 design captures a soaring kookaburra, the largest members of the kingfisher family, superimposed over a map of Australia. The Perth Mint incorporates a delicate proof-like frosting within the central design, making the Kookaburra distinctive among international silver coins. Every buyer of an Australian Kookaburra can be assured of the highest quality from The Perth Mint. The Kookaburra Large Bullion series silver coins are the world’s largest bullion coins.

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3. Canadian Maple Leaf Silver Coins
 

Fineness = 0.9999
Size
Diameter
Thickness
1.0000 Troy oz 30.0 mm 2.87 mm
  The purest silver coin in regular mintage in the world today is The Canadian Silver Maple Leaf. Its purity of .9999 is guaranteed by The Royal Canadian Mint, whose reputation, world wide is one of impeccable adherence to quality and purity. The national symbol of Canada, a single maple leaf adorns the reverse of this beautiful coin while the obverse bears a sculpture of Queen Elizabeth II. This coin is often the designated choice of discriminating collectors and investors not only because of its innate beauty, but because of the extraordinary purity and quality necessary to meet the standards of The Royal Canadian Mint.

4. A-Mark Liberty Silver Rounds
 

Fineness = 0.999
Size
Diameter
Thickness
1.0000 Troy oz 38.0 mm 3.0 mm
  In 1983, A-Mark Precious Metals, Inc., began minting The Liberty Pure Silver medallion or round. The Liberty met almost instant success with the demand often outstripping the supply. The obverse design features America’s national symbol, The American Eagle with arrows in its talons and surrounded by thirteen stars representing the original thirteen colonies. The reverse depicts the historic Liberty Bell and the words, “Life, Liberty, Happiness” above the bell and the A-Mark logo with .999 Pure Silver below. A-Mark Liberty Pure Silver Rounds are an excellent way to invest in pure silver because their premium above the silver spot price is often less than that of legal tender coins.

5. Colorized Silver Eagle Coins
 

Fineness = 0.999
Size
Diameter
Thickness
1.0000 Troy oz 40.6 mm 2.98 mm
  This is an excellent gift coin to underline the importance and great good fortune of being an American. For the first time ever, an American Eagle silver dollar has been colorized by the Perth Mint in Australia to their exacting standards. Painstakingly applied enamels highlight the classic design's red, white and blue American flag, while the laurel branch in Liberty's arm is a verdant green and the dawning sun a warm yellow. Each colorized American Eagle silver dollar is encased in a protective holder, with a short history of U.S. silver dollars, accompanied by a certificate of authenticity and a unique serial number. The Colorized Silver Eagle from A-Mark is the only colorized Eagle coin to be produced by two world-famous government mints.

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6. Colored Silver Canadian Maple Leaf Coins
 

Fineness = 0.9999
Size
Diameter
Thickness
1.0000 Troy oz 38.0 mm 3.18 mm
  This innovative design with three maple leaves in rich, brilliant fall colors is a new design created especially for this colorized 2001 silver Maple leaf coin. Because of their beauty and purity Canada's Maple Leaf Bullion Coins have become some of the world's most popular coins for investment and collecting. The Royal Canadian Mint has established standards for quality that have made it known and respected around the globe. This is the world's purest silver coin -- .9999 pure silver. Production is limited to 50,000 coins worldwide. All coins are encapsulated and packaged in an elegant presentation case. This coin’s immediate popularity has made it scarce and often difficult to obtain. Please check with our trading desk for its availability.

7. 90% Silver Bags [0.900 Fine Silver Coin Bags]
 

Bags of U.S. circulating legal tender coins (dimes, quarters, half-dollars) containing 90% silver or 40% silver are traded based on silver weight. All bags contain $1,000 face value of the coins and a “90% bag” may contain 10,000 dimes, 4,000 quarters or 2,000 half-dollars or a mixture of dimes, quarters or halves that total $1,000 face value. All “90% coins” are pre-1965 because prior to 1965, all U.S. dimes, quarters and half-dollars were struck from an alloy containing 90% silver and 10% copper. In 1965, at the direction of Congress, the U.S. Mint removed all silver from dimes and quarters. Silver content in half-dollars was reduced to 40%.

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8. 40% Silver Coin Bags [0.400 Fine Silver Clad Bags]
 

In 1965 the U.S. Mint removed all silver from all dimes and quarters and reduced the silver content in Kennedy half dollars from 90% to 40%. Actually, the mint changed the alloy from which the coins were struck using a base metal alloy for the core and adding a silver coating to the outside of the coins. These Kennedy halves (1965-1969) are known as “clads” because they are clad in silver. After 1969 all circulating U.S. coins were struck without silver. A “40% Silver Bag” consists of 2000 Kennedy half dollars minted between 1965 and 1969.

9. Johnson Matthey Silver Bars
 

Fineness = 0.999
Size
100 Troy Oz
  Many investors know that the most efficient way to obtain pure silver is in the form of 100 ounce bars. However, in order to guarantee purity, that bar must bear the hallmark of a reputable, instantly recognizable refiner. Johnson Matthey 100 ounce silver bars are always acceptable to the most discerning investors. From its founding in 1817, Johnson Matthey has created an unrivalled position in all precious metals, based on specialist knowledge and technical excellence. Johnson Matthey silver bars are one of the world’s most widely recognized and secure investment instruments because the universally recognized hallmark assures almost instant liquidity throughout the world.

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10. Engelhard Silver Bars
 

Fineness = 0.999+
Size
100 Troy oz
  The Engelhard hallmark is one of a select few symbols that assure the ability to sell or buy silver with absolute confidence no matter where in the world the investor is. Engelhard, one of the oldest names in precious metals, has built an enviable reputation for producing purity and quality in bullion bars and investors know that they can rely on 100 ounce silver bars by Engelhard to be accurately stamped with the exact purity of the contained silver. One hundred ounce bars of Engelhard silver are an excellent way to invest in pure silver while avoiding the premiums usually found on legal tender bullion coins.


**** Precious metals are sold through J W Korth & Company, LLC, a Florida Limited Liability Company. Not SIPC insured.