Silver coins

Silver coins is both a wonderful collector hobby and a great investment. Silver coins have always been around in all financial systems, and coins are still being minted both for circulation and as investments/collectibles. As an investor you want find coins with a low price and a brand that makes the [...]

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Silver coin 1 oz Niue Athenian Owl

Nuie
Silver: 1 oz (31.10 g)

Lowest price: £ 19.86
+17.1 %over spot price

Silver coin Half Dollar Kennedy 1964

USA
Silver: 0.36 oz (11.25 g)

Lowest price: £ 7.21
+17.5 %over spot price
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Silver coin 1 oz Tokelau Chronos

Tokelau
Silver: 1 oz (31.10 g)

Lowest price: £ 20.19
+19.1 %over spot price

Silver coin 5 kg Noah's Ark

Armenia
Silver: 160.76 oz (5.00 kg)

Lowest price: £ 3 255.69
+19.4 %over spot price

Silver coin 100 schilling Austria 1974-1979

Austria
Silver: 0.49 oz (15.36 g)

Lowest price: £ 10.22
+22.0 %over spot price

Silver coin 1 kg Noah's Ark

Armenia
Silver: 32.15 oz (1.00 kg)

Lowest price: £ 671.73
+23.2 %over spot price

Silver coin 1 kg Niue Athenian Owl

Nuie
Silver: 32.15 oz (1.00 kg)

Lowest price: £ 671.73
+23.2 %over spot price

Silver coin 25 Schilling Austria 1955-1973

Austria
Silver: 0.33 oz (10.40 g)

Lowest price: £ 7.11
+25.3 %over spot price

Silver coin 1 kg Cook Islands

Cook Islands
Silver: 32.15 oz (1.00 kg)

Lowest price: £ 686.50
+25.9 %over spot price

Silver coin 1 kg Kookaburra

Australia
Silver: 32.15 oz (1.00 kg)

Lowest price: £ 643.96
+18.1 %over spot price

Silver coin 10 oz Lunar II Australia

Australia
Silver: 10 oz (311.04 g)

Lowest price: £ 217.05
+28.0 %over spot price

Silver coin 1 oz Cook Islands

Cook Islands
Silver: 1 oz (31.10 g)

Lowest price: £ 21.83
+28.7 %over spot price

Silver coin 1/2 oz Noah's Ark

Armenia
Silver: 0.50 oz (15.55 g)

Lowest price: £ 10.93
+28.9 %over spot price

Silver coin 1 oz Beneath the southern skies series

Australia
Silver: 1 oz (31.10 g)

Lowest price: £ 22.07
+30.1 %over spot price

Silver coin 1 oz Noah's Ark

Armenia
Silver: 1 oz (31.10 g)

Lowest price: £ 20.01
+18.0 %over spot price

Silver coin 5 Mark Germany 1951–1979

Germany
Silver: 0.23 oz (7.00 g)

Lowest price: £ 4.98
+30.4 %over spot price

Silver coin 1 oz Kangaroo

Australia
Silver: 1 oz (31.10 g)

Lowest price: £ 19.86
+17.1 %over spot price

Silver coin 2 oz Niue Turtle

Nuie
Silver: 2 oz (62.21 g)

Lowest price: £ 45.57
+34.3 %over spot price

Silver coin 1 oz Philharmonic

Austria
Silver: 1 oz (31.10 g)

Lowest price: £ 19.98
+17.8 %over spot price

Silver coin 50 Schilling Austria 1974-1978

Austria
Silver: 0.41 oz (12.80 g)

Lowest price: £ 9.43
+35.2 %over spot price

Silver coin 1 kg Lunar III Australia

Australia
Silver: 32.15 oz (1.00 kg)

Lowest price: £ 740.69
+35.8 %over spot price

Silver coin 5 oz Noah's Ark

Armenia
Silver: 5 oz (155.52 g)

Lowest price: £ 113.92
+34.3 %over spot price

Silver coin 50 Schilling Austria 1959-1973

Austria
Silver: 0.58 oz (18.00 g)

Lowest price: £ 12.57
+28.1 %over spot price

Silver coin 10 oz Valiant

United Kingdom
Silver: 10 oz (311.04 g)

Lowest price: £ 231.21
+36.3 %over spot price

Silver coin 10 oz Somalia Elephant

Somalia
Silver: 10 oz (311.04 g)

Lowest price: £ 229.11
+35.1 %over spot price

Silver coin 1 kg Germania

Germany
Silver: 32.15 oz (1.00 kg)

Lowest price: £ 751.47
+37.8 %over spot price

Silver coin 1 kg Somalia Elephant

Somalia
Silver: 32.15 oz (1.00 kg)

Lowest price: £ 755.27
+38.5 %over spot price

Silver coin 1 oz Valiant

United Kingdom
Silver: 1 oz (31.10 g)

Lowest price: £ 23.60
+39.2 %over spot price

Silver coin 1 oz Andorra Eagle

Andorra
Silver: 1 oz (31.10 g)

Lowest price: £ 23.63
+39.3 %over spot price

Silver coin 10 oz The royal arms

United Kingdom
Silver: 10 oz (311.04 g)

Lowest price: £ 236.90
+39.7 %over spot price

About silver coins

Silver coins is both a wonderful collector hobby and a great investment. Silver coins have always been around in all financial systems, and coins are still being minted both for circulation and as investments/collectibles. As an investor you want find coins with a low price and a brand that makes the coins easy to liquidate, when it’s time to sell.

5 popular silver coins for investors

Canadian Maple Leaf



Silver Maple Leaf, the Canadian maple leaf on a radiant background. The coin is minted by the Royal Canadian Mint, since the 1970’s and has become one of the most popular investments in physical silver coins. The standard coin is available in 1 oz pure silver and at a convenient size. The coin I sold both as single items or in tubes of 25 coins each. The coin is known all over the world and its level of detail is hard to forge. The coin is available in larger sizes like 2 oz, but the best value per gram silver is still in the 1 oz coin, due to popular demand.

American silver eagle



American silver eagle is a favorite that is traded all over the world, especially in the USA. The American eagle is a known American symbol and its design is all over this coin. The coin is equal to 1 US dollar and valid in stores, but the value of the silver is much more valuable. The coin contains 1 oz of pure silver and you can buy or sell them as single coins or in tubes of 20 coins each.

Silver Panda



Silver panda is an official silver coin of China, and has gained lots of popularity all over the world. The coin made a big shift from the troy ounce standard to the gram standard. You can find older coins with 1 and 1/2 oz, but the new Silver pandas mainly come in 30 gram and 1 kg. The 30 gram silver pandas are sold as single items or in boxes of 15 coins. An interesting point about the coin is that the panda design changes every year, which makes it popular among collectors.

Mexikos Libertad



The Libertad coins has gained great popularity lately. 1 oz is the most common weight among collectors and investors. The coin design includes the savage Mexican national symbol of an eagle eating a rattle snake, and on the reverse side the coin features an angel, symbolizing the Mexican independence. The coin is minted by the Mexican mint (La Casa de Moneda de México), which is the oldest mint on the American continents. It was founded in 1535 and that piece of history is a big part of the Libertad coin popularity.

The Austrian Philharmonics



The Austrian philharmonics is a tribute by the Austrian mint to the European symphony music in general and specifically the Austrian music. A beautiful shiny coin covered with beautiful instruments that is recognized all over the world. Buy and sell the coins online as single items or in tubes of 20 coins each.

Buy 1, 20, 100, 250 or 500!

Popular coins like the ones above are often sold in bulk at a lower price. Different manufacturers chose to sell their 1 oz coins in plastic tubes with coins ranging from 15 to 25 coins per tube. These tubes are also put in larger boxes to be sold to resellers or ambitious investors. These so called ‘monster boxes’ usually contains 100, 250 or even 500 coins per box. When it’s time to sell, you don’t need to sell the full box. A couple of tubes is just fine. This makes the investment really flexible.

Silver vs Gold as investment

A big advantage to invest in silver over gold is the ability to liquidate the assets in smaller parts. There is almost always a buyer around if you have invested in good products and have accumulated a nice stack of silver coins or silver bars from known brands.

As a pure investment, silver is right up there with gold but they have differences. We don’t leave investments advice on this website, but it’s good to know that the price of silver is set by its value as a commodity, not just the value as an investment (like gold). Silver is used a lot in the electronics industry and has a big part to play in the technical solutions for fossil free energy solutions, like electric cars and solar power.

Silver is not seen as an investment metal, in the same way gold is, so unlike gold it is subject to VAT in most countries, like the EU countries for example. The good part is that the market expects VAT so you usually get a good sales price including VAT when you sell.

You get a lot more treasure when you buy silver, than gold. The price for gold is 50-100 times the price of silver. Buy buying silver you can collect a big stack with many interesting pieces. The drawback is that it requires more space to store…