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  1. 1 Ounce Silver Canadian Lynx 2017

    1 Ounce Silver Canadian Lynx 2017

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    The second coin in the "Predator" series presents a powerful design of a lynx leaping toward its prey. The face of the coin features Elizabeth II, as do all Commonwealth coins This limited-release collectible bullion coin contains 1 Ounce .9999 Pure silver and has a Nominal face value of $5 CAN. The coin is being minted in a limited run in 2017. Learn More
  2. 1 Ounce Silver Noahs Ark Random Date

    1 Ounce Silver Noahs Ark Random Date

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    Issued by the Central Bank of Armenia, this bullion coin consists of .999 fine silver and is legal tender in the Republic of Armenia. The obverse features the Armenian coat of arms. The reverse features a scene depicting a dove returning to Noah's Ark with an olive branch. This coin has a nominal value of 500 Drams. Learn More
  3. 100 Ounce Assorted Silver Bar

    100 Ounce Assorted Silver Bar

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    100 ounce assorted mints silver bars are great for adding to your silver stack! They are a popular way to invest in and hold silver, as they can often be obtained at a lower price point than brand new bars. Each bar contains 100 troy ounces of at least .999+ Fine silver. Bars will be chosen at random from a variety of reputable mints, determined by stock on hand. Learn More
  4. 1 Ounce Platinum American Eagle 2020

    1 Ounce Platinum American Eagle 2020

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    The Platinum American Eagle is part of the wildly popular U.S. Mint's Family of Eagle products. The obverse features the head of Lady Liberty, the date, and the motto "In God We Trust". The reverse features a soaring eagle, along with the purity of .9995 and the weight of one troy ounce. The coin has a denomination of $100 USD, and is considered legal tender. Learn More
  5. 1 Ounce Silver Australia Lunar Rooster 2017

    1 Ounce Silver Australia Lunar Rooster 2017

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    Perth Mint's very popular lunar series continues with the 2017 Lunar Rooster. This .9999 Fine silver coin has a limited mintage of only 300,000, making it a great coin to add to any collection. The coin's obverse features Queen Elizabeth II, along with the weight, purity, and nominal face value. On the reverse is the kanji character for "rooster". The "Year of the Rooster" design features 3 chicks, a hen, and a rooster, walking amongst bamboo and flowers. Learn More
  6. 1/4 Ounce Gold American Eagle (Random Year)

    1/4 Ounce Gold American Eagle (Random Year)

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    The 1/4 troy ounce Gold Eagle is one of three fractional bullion Eagle coins minted by the U.S. Mint. The obverse showcases Saint-Gaudens’ legendary Lady Liberty along with the year. The reverse depicts the namesake Eagle family, the coin's troy weight, and nominal face value of $10. While containing a full 1/4 troy ounce of gold, the Eagle weighs a bit more than this, as it is coined in the traditional U.S. gold alloy of 91.67% gold, with the remaining mix in copper and silver. This makes the coin stronger and less likely to damage from mishandling. Dates on the coins will be of our choosing and may or may not vary, determined by stock on hand. Learn More
  7. 1 Ounce Palladium American Eagle

    1 Ounce Palladium American Eagle

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    As America’s official palladium bullion coin, American Eagle Palladium Bullion Coins give investors an easy way to take advantage of palladium as a precious metal investment. Authorized by Congress in 2010 and first issued in 2017, they are the first and only official investment-grade palladium coins from the United States Government. The American Eagle Palladium coin is the only palladium bullion coin whose weight, content and .9995 purity are guaranteed by the United States Government. All American Eagles are legal tender coins, with their face value imprinted in U.S. dollars. Although their face value is largely symbolic, it provides proof of their authenticity as official U.S. coinage. The one-ounce palladium coin carries a face value of $25. The obverse design features a high-relief likeness of “Winged Liberty” from the “Mercury Dime” obverse by famed American coin designer and medallic artist Adolph A. Weinman. The reverse design features a high-relief version of Weinman's 1907 American Institute of Architects (AIA) Gold Medal reverse, which includes an eagle and a branch. American Eagle Palladium Bullion Coins come in a one ounce size only. Learn More
  8. 10 Ounce Gold Bar - PAMP

    10 Ounce Gold Bar - PAMP

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    Produits Artistiques Metaux Precieux (PAMP) SA of Switzerland is the world's leading independent Precious Metals refiner, and is a favorite among investors. This 10 ounce .9999 gold bar features the goddess Fortuna on the front of the bar, and the back portrays the PAMP logo, weight and purity. It is encased from the mint in a plastic case with matching assay card and serial number. Learn More
  9. 2 Ounce Silver Great Britain Queen's Beasts Unicorn of Scotland 2018

    2 Ounce Silver Great Britain Queen's Beasts Unicorn of Scotland 2018

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    In 2018, The Royal Mint released its first ever 2 ounce bullion coin. The background for this range comes from the coronation of Her Majesty The Queen, where ten heraldic beasts stood guard, The Queen's Beasts, sculpted by James Woodford RA for the coronation ceremony. The Obverse of the coin depicts the effigy of Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth II, as well as the coins 5 pound face value. The reverse shows a majestic unicorn leaping over a shield, which was designed by Jody Clark. With a purity of .9999 Fine Silver, the coin will be IRA eligible for those who are interested. Learn More
  10. 50 Gram Gold Valcambi Combi Bar

    50 Gram Gold Valcambi Combi Bar

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    The Valcambi Combibar is a fairly new product that is unique in the precious metals industry and has resulted in similar products copying its success. It is a 50 gram bar (1.6075 troy ounces) of .9999 gold, segmented into 1 gram segments that can be broken off for gifts or to use in trade or exchange. Valcambi is a well recognized name in the industry, beginning in 1961 as Valori & Cambi. Learn More

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