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Sell to Us Price: $49.10 each.
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Total Price Each
|1 - 19||$7.99||$63.08|
|20 - 249||$7.49||$62.08|
|250 - 999||$6.99||$61.08|
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|Full Tube Qty = 10|
Sell to Us Price: $49.10 each.
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Investors need to know the metal they buy is genuine. Counterfeits and adulterated coins, rounds and bars are a reality. And they are a problem that may become worse as the value of silver rises. That is why it is critical to buy from trusted sources who take quality control seriously - like Money Metals and MintID.
MintID delivers the world’s most secure bullion product. Unlike serial numbers, UPC codes, QR codes, or barcodes MintID chips cannot be copied or cloned. MintID only uses locked encrypted microchips that link your physical bullion products to their cloud based digital records.
Coins and rounds look similar enough that people often mistake one for the other. They may have the same size, diameter, and thickness. The manufacturing proces is the same - mints take a silver blank and stamp each face with a design. Add to that the same weight and percentage of precious metal and you can see the source of confusion.
The difference is in which organization does the minting. Coins are exclusively made by a government mint. In the United States, only the US Mint is permitted to strike coins. Coins can have a face value, meaning they are legal tender. They often feature the mark of the production US Mint.
On the other hand, a round is struck by a private mint. It does not have a face value. This means a round isn’t a legal tender backed by the United States government.
In general, coins tend to carry a higher premium than rounds. They are also far more popular with collectors while rounds appeal more to investors looking to get as much precious metal for their fiat currency as possible.
The two troy ounce coins weigh 62.207 grams. The rounds measure 39 millimeters in diameter and 6 millimeters in thickness. The edges of the round are usually reeded, as opposed to the plain original. All manufacturers make the buffalo silver rounds with 99.9% purity and reeded edges.
MintID produces silver rounds in ISO 9001 accredited minting facilities and the metal is sourced from LBMA/COMEX approved refiners.
Silver rounds generally feature lower premiums than bullion coins of the same size. They are designed to attract investors who wish to park their money in precious metals.
Silver rounds are far more affordable than silver coins, making them ideal for investors. They are also a good starting point for beginner investors. Use them to diversify your portfolio, preserve your wealth, or profit when silver prices go up.
On the other hand, rounds don’t hold much numismatic value. If you’re looking to build a private collection, coins are the way to go.
Buffalo silver rounds are affordable and in plentiful supply. Should silver prices rise, no other bullion product is likely to perform better.
Finally, investing in precious metals is a sound decision. Fiat currencies are subject to inflation and are only as good as the the governments behind them. This is why fiat currencies fail and why people have used precious metals to preserve their wealth for centuries.
|Quality / Type:||Bullion, Uncirculated|
|Metal Weight:||2 troy ounce (62.207 grams)|
|Diameter:||1.535 inches (39 mm)|
|Reverse:||MintID Blue NFC Scannable Tag|
We are buying this item back daily, and we pay you promptly!
Our current buy pricing is $49.10 each and we will buy up to 2,500 ounces at this price. Simply call us on any weekday to lock pricing at 1-800-800-1865.
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Expedited shipping may be available for an extra fee. Please call 1-800-800-1865 for a quote.
We take great pride in the way your order is packaged and delivered.
You can expect:
|Up to $499.99||$7.97|
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By Robert F. on February 9th, 2022
This is a very nicely detailed coin. I'm hoping to buy the 1 oz version if and when they get a new supply in. I think the mint idea is a good idea for when I'm ready to sell. I wanted to see what the coins looked like before buying more. I want as many as 250 1 oz coin's so I get the box and special tubes that go with it.
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