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Silver rounds a staple of many investors. Silver rounds are the non-government backed, non-legal tender type of silver coins. The term round came about because the silver was shaped into coins and thus was able to be stacked into rolls.
And almost every investor has seen the basic silver rounds: Walking Liberty, Buffalo Design, or the Mercury Design. However, here’s a list of unique silver rounds that any investor should consider adding to his or her collection of silver rounds. Each one featured is .999 fine silver bullion–the standard for collectors and investors.
Commemorate Donald Trump as the 45th president with this silver round featuring the white house on the back side of the coin. Like no other president in history this coin will be loved and hated but still easily recognized by all. Both investors and collectors might do well and should consider adding this to his or her buying list.
Homage to the first Roman emperor, Caesar Augustus, who led Rome’s transformation from republic to empire during the tumultuous years following the assassination of his great-uncle and adoptive father Julius Caesar. Get a few ounces to remember the beginning of the end of the Roman Empire. If America is on the same course, a few of these could come in handy in a crisis.
Depicting his famous “Midnight Ride” on the night of April 18, 1775, to warn fellow colonists of the approach of British troops marching in their direction, Paul Revere became a timeless American hero. The great American patriot Paul Revere was a silversmith by trade. Paul Revere’s love affair with silver is one worth learning.
Inspired by the Boston Tea Party of 1773 the opposite side includes a depiction of the Boston Tea Party. It’s a Tea Party supporters dream and an investors opportunity to snatch up what might be seen as a historical time piece honoring the movement. If not, then the 1 oz of silver will always closely track the spot price of silver.
Add a little royalty to the collection with this offset shield. While it’s produced by the Royal Mint, it’s still not legal tender. This intricate design will stand out among all the other silver rounds in your collection.
Metaphors for the movement of a markets, this bull and bear silver round will remind you of how bulls charges thrusting its horns upward while a bear swipes its paws down. On top of the unique design, if the bear market shows up, these silver rounds might start to look even better.
Privately minted by the Monarch Precious Metals Mint. The Silver Buck round features an image of a majestic 12-point buck native to the Pacific Northwest. The obverse of the round reads “Monarch Precious Metals” with the signature MPM crown logo.