Silver Coin
    • 1 oz Pegasus Silver Round (2019)

      1,150.20

      The 1 oz Pegasus is GoldSilver’s bestselling silver round. Minted annually, the 2019 version continues our tradition offering this unique and beautiful silver round at affordable premiums.

      Investors choose the 1 oz Pegasus Silver Round for its .999 fine silver content, high-quality minting, and its striking design that embodies the independence afforded those who own silver.

      The inspiration for the Pegasus comes from real coins circulated in Ancient Greece thousands of years ago.

      Ancient Pegasus coin from approx. 340 B.C. (for reference only).

      On the front of the round, the Pegasus, the icon from Greek mythology, is pictured in flight along with the inscription “FREEDOM” and the 2019 year-date. Just as Pegasus can soar through the air, we, too, can rise above earthly burdens. This 1 oz silver round is a timeless symbol of this lesson.

      The intricately designed reverse side features the phrase “Free Markets & Free People.” And a lion and bull are near the center of the round as a tribute to their appearance on the first coins ever minted, dating back over 2,500 years ago in Lydia.

      This video gives you an up-close look at the making of the Pegasus:

      Unlike government issue coins, the Pegasus does not have high seigniorage costs (the difference between the value of money and the cost to produce and distribute it). This makes it a simple way to own stunningly minted silver as close to the spot price as possible.

      Also available as a 10 oz display piece.

      Weight: 1 oz
      Purity: .9999 fine silver
    • 1 oz Prospector Silver Round

      1,112.18

      The 1 oz Prospector Silver Round from SilverTowne is an affordable silver investment.

      It’s made in the USA and contains 1 troy oz of .999 fine silver.

      The front of the round features a prospector and his trusty burro along with the SilverTowne logo and weight and purity in clear block lettering.

      The back of the round has a crisscross waffle pattern and also features the SilverTowne prospector.

      Investors choose these silver round for their distinctive, Western-themed look and low premiums.

      Multiples of 20 come sealed in tubes.

      Weight: 1 oz
      Purity: .9999
    • 1 oz Saint Gauden Silver Round

      1,111.49

      Famed sculptor Augustus Saint-Gaudens (last name is also referred to as “St Gaudens”) is widely known for designing the twenty-dollar gold coin minted from 1907 to 1933.

      This replica 1 oz silver round is modeled after Saint-Gauden’s original and now iconic striding-Liberty design currently used by the U.S. Mint on Gold Eagle coins.

      The front of the round features a likeness of Lady Liberty carrying a torch and olive branch with sun rays in the background and stars lining the outer edge of the medallion.

      The back of the round has an eagle perched on a branch with the weight and purity designation of “ONE OUNCE .999 FINE SILVER” curved around the top of the piece along with the SilverTowne mintmark beneath the eagle’s talons.

      These silver rounds are made in the U.S.A. Multiples of 20 arrive in sealed plastic tubes.

      Weight: 1 oz
      Purity: .9999
    • 1 oz Silver Britannia Coin (2019)

      1,192.36

      The Silver Britannia is an official bullion coin of the United Kingdom and contains 1 troy ounce of 99.9% fine silver, making it IRA-eligible.

      2019 Silver Britannia coins are legal tender and have a face value of £2 pounds sterling. The silver content, weight, and purity of every Britannia coin are guaranteed by the British government.

      The back of the coin features the iconic Britannia figure, the symbolic protector of the British Isles. She stands firm against the winds of a powerful gale, vigilantly watching over her homeland armed with her trident, shield and Corinthian helmet. She holds an olive branch as a symbol of peace in her left hand. An added detail that is often missed is the name Nathan, stamped on the bottom giving credit to its designer, Philip Nathan.

      Britannias minted in 2017 and later have a security feature consisting of a speckled radial sunburst which gives these .999 fine silver coins a striking look that is very difficult to counterfeit.

      The front of the Silver Britannia coin features Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth II and face value.

      The weight and strength of 2019 Silver Britannia coins are verified at the annual, centuries-old Trial of the Pyx where a jury of assayers ensure newly minted coins conform to required standards.

      The Royal Mint has been striking coins for over 1,000 years. And the 2019 Silver Britannia continues the tradition. It takes its inspiration from ancient Britannia coins first struck by the Romans.

      It was the practice of the Romans to personify continents and countries as female figures. And for the Province of Britannia (the Roman controlled regions of England, Scotland and Wales) they used the figure of Britannia. On coins of emperor Hadrian (117-138 AD) she is featured in classic flowing robes with a spear and shield, seated on rocky crags which probably provided the invaders’ first view of Britain.

      Pictured below, early Britannia coins:

      Early Britannia coins

      After the Romans, she was brought back during the reign of Charles II, but as a maritime figure as the British Empire sought to assert its sovereignty over the seas. This is the inspiration behind the trident pictured in today’s design.

      Silver Britannia coins draw from a deep historical heritage, and its .999 purity, anti-counterfeiting feature, and reasonable premium over spot make it ideal for the modern precious metals investor now.

      Multiples of 25 Britannia coins ship in sealed mint tubes. Multiples of 500 come in a sealed monster box.

      Weight: 1 oz
      Diameter: 38.61 mm
      Thickness: 3 mm
      Purity: .9999
    • 1 oz Silver Bull Round

      1,097.90

      “I believe that silver is one of the greatest investment opportunities of our lifetime.”
      – Mike Maloney, founder, GoldSilver

      Mike Maloney created the 1 oz Silver Bull Round to offer investors a super-low premium, unlimited mintage round.

      The Silver Bull is a round you can be proud to own. It gives you the most silver for your dollar and has striking and meaningful design that sets it apart from all other low-premium rounds. It embodies Mike’s belief in the tremendous opportunity in owning physical silver and the freedom it provides.

      The front of the round features a bull with horns down, muscles taut, charging towards a brighter tomorrow, represented by a rising sun.

      The Greek hero Atlas adorns the back of the round symbolizing the great strength afforded industrious civilizations that use real money. Encircling Atlas is Mike Maloney’s personal credo: “Maximum prosperity can only be achieved through individual freedom, free markets, and sound money.”

      Show your Silver Bull spirit and add this unique and very affordable round to your holdings today.

      The Silver Bull is available only at GoldSilver and is the maximum value silver round we’ve ever produced.

      Multiples of 20 Silver Bulls come in sealed tubes. Multiples of 500 arrive in boxes.

      Weight: 1 oz
      Purity: .999 fine silver
    • 1 oz South African Silver Krugerrand Coin (2019)

      1,186.83

      2019 marks the second year the South African Mint is minting the silver version of the world renowned Krugerrand.

      First released in 1967, the original Krugerrand is one of the most successful gold bullion coins ever released, selling in the millions of ounces.

      The silver version offers investors an affordable way to acquire high-quality silver that is instantly recognizable by its iconic Krugerrand design, a trusted symbol of purity for over 50 years.

      The Silver Krugerrand is a competitive with other leading sovereign coins including the Silver Maple Leaf and American Silver Eagle.

      Silver Krugerrands contain 1 troy ounce of 99.9% silver. And, as is tradition, they are legal tender but have no face value. The South African Mint does not fix fiat currency prices to coins. They are intended to trade and be priced solely on the spot price of silver and current market premiums over spot.

      The front of the coin features a bust of Paul Kruger, the four-term president of the South African Republic.

      The back displays the national symbol of South Africa, the prancing Springbok along with the year-date, weight, and the inscription “fine silver” in English and Afrikaans.

      Multiples of 25 come in sealed tubes. Multiples of 500 in sealed mint case.

      Weight: 1 oz
      Diameter: 38.725 mm
      Purity: .9999
    • 1/2 oz Silver Buffalo Round

      608.97

      The 1/2 oz Silver Buffalo draws inspiration from the timeless design of the Buffalo Nickel, but is presented with .999 fine silver at a 1/2 ounce size. This is a value silver round with a low, over spot premium and the 1/2 oz weight is a convenient size should you need it.

      Weight: 1/2 oz
      Diameter: 32.6 mm
      Thickness: 2.25 mm
      Purity: .9999
    • 1/4 oz Silver Buffalo Round

      339.39

      The 1/4 oz Silver Buffalo draws inspiration from the timeless design of the Buffalo Nickel, but is presented with .999 fine silver at a 1/4 ounce size. This is a value silver round with a low, over spot premium and the 1/4 oz weight is a convenient size should you need it.

      Weight: 1/4 oz
      Diameter: 26.57 mm
      Thickness: 1.79 mm
      Purity: .9999
    • 1/4 oz Walking Liberty Silver Round

      339.39

      The 1/4 oz Walking Liberty silver round features the classic design of the Walking Liberty Lady on the obverse and an Eagle on the reverse. It is a 1/4 oz value bullion round of .999 fine silver, which means you get more silver for your dollar when compared to a collectible round. Its small weight is a convenient exchange size should you only need a fraction of an ounce.

      Weight: 1/4 oz
      Diameter: 26.57 mm
      Thickness: 1.79 mm
      Purity: .9999
    • 10 oz Pegasus Silver Round (With Acrylic Case)

      16,255.54

      The 10 oz Pegasus Silver Round is an outstanding silver round, suitable for collecting or giving as a gift.

      It is .999 fine silver and includes an acrylic case for displaying in your home or office. The Pegasus and acrylic case are packaged together and come in an elegant gift box.

      The face of this round features Pegasus, the flying horse depicted in Greek mythology. Through flight, he symbolizes the ability of one to transcend the weight of earthly burdens and rise above them.

      The reverse features the inscription “Free Markets & Free People.” A Bull & Lion appear as well, paying homage to mankind’s first ever money coined in Lydia, in approximately 680 B.C.

      The fine mirror finish of this round brings out the intricate detail of the winged Pegasus. And the hefty 10 oz weight gives it a quality you can feel when you hold it.

      The acrylic case is securely held together with 4 magnets, keeping your investment securely protected from the elements, but making it easy to open should you want an even closer look.

      The Pegasus is a great addition to your silver position, and also a wonderful gift for every silver collector – something its lucky recipient will genuinely appreciate for years to come.

      The 1 oz Pegasus minted annually since 2013 is our best-selling round.

       

      Weight: 10 oz
      Purity: .9999 fine silver
    • 2 oz Queen’s Beast Falcon of the Plantagenets Silver Coin (2019)

      2,476.66

      The 2 oz Falcon of the Plantagenets silver coin is the 6th release in the 10-coin Queen’s Beasts series from The Royal Mint.

      Silver falcon coins contain 1 troy oz of .9999 fine silver. These are sovereign coins fully backed by the British government.

      The back of the coin features the Falcon of the Plantagenets along with the weight, purity and year-date.

      The falcon’s origins are traced to Edward III, the legendary king who ruled for 50 years during the 14th century. He is recognized for transforming England into a formidable military power while overseeing the development of Parliament and navigating the ravages of the Black Plague.

      An effigy of Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth II adorns the front of the coin along with the face value of 5 pounds.

      The Queen’s Beasts are inspired by centuries of history and royal heraldry. The ten coins depict the genealogy of Queen Elizabeth II, with each of the heraldic beasts symbolizing the various strands of The Queen’s royal ancestry.

      The original beasts were a series of 6-foot tall statues that stood guard outside The Queen’s coronation ceremony in Westminster Abbey on June 2, 1953.

      Today, they are re-imagined as beautiful, bullion coins.

      Each proud beast was used as a heraldic badge by generations that came before Queen Elizabeth II. Centuries ago, these badges adorned the flags and shields of armies as they charged into battle — not only to identify each side but also to serve as a symbol of royal lineage and title.

      About the Falcon of the Plantagenets

      The Falcon passed to The Queen from the Plantagenet king Edward III. He chose the symbol to embody his love of hawking but it is also closely associated with his great-great-grandson, Edward IV. The white Falcon at The Queen’s coronation held a shield with a badge depicting a second white falcon within an open golden ‘fetterlock’ or padlock.

      The fetterlock and the falcon were popular emblems in the Houses of both York and Lancaster, as they had descended from Edward III’s younger sons John of Gaunt and Edmund of Langley. The fetterlocks used by John and Edmund were always locked, perhaps to show they had no claim to the throne. Edward IV gave his younger son, Richard, the badge of a white falcon within an open fetterlock – the lock Edward forced to take the throne. Henry VII, who united the houses of York and Lancaster with his marriage to Elizabeth of York, often used a falcon symbol and it was said to be the favorite badge of Queen Elizabeth

      Weight: 2 oz
      Diameter: 38.61 mm
      Thickness: 6 mm
      Purity: .9999
    • 2 oz Queen’s Beast Yale of Beaufort Silver Coin (2019)

      2,476.66

      The 2 oz Yale of Beaufort silver coin is the 7th release in the 10-coin Queen’s Beasts series from The Royal Mint (UK).

      Silver yale coins contain 2 troy oz of .9999 fine silver. These are sovereign coins fully backed by the British government.

      The back of the coin features the long-horned beast, the Yale of Beaufort, along with the weight, purity and year-date.

      The yale’s origins are traced to Lady Margaret Beaufort, mother of Henry VII – the first monarch of the House of Tudor.

      An effigy of Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth II adorns the front of the coin along with the face value of 5 pounds.

      The Queen’s Beasts are inspired by centuries of history and royal heraldry. The ten coins depict the genealogy of Queen Elizabeth II, with each of the heraldic beasts symbolizing the various strands of The Queen’s royal ancestry.

      The original beasts were a series of 6-foot tall statues that stood guard outside The Queen’s coronation ceremony in Westminster Abbey on June 2, 1953.

      Today, they are re-imagined as beautiful, bullion coins.

      Each proud beast was used as a heraldic badge by generations that came before Queen Elizabeth II. Centuries ago, these badges adorned the flags and shields of armies as they charged into battle — not only to identify each side but also to serve as a symbol of royal lineage and title.

      About the Yale of Beaufort

      The Yale is a mythical beast with characteristics of an antelope or goat, depending on the imagination of the artist and their desire to portray grace and elegance, or strength and determination. Strangely, it is said to have horns that can turn independently so in medieval illustrations it is often shown with horns pointing in different directions. The white and gold-spotted Yale of Beaufort has such horns along with the whiskers or ‘tushes’ of a boar.

      The Yale of Beaufort was a symbol of Lady Margaret Beaufort, mother of Henry VII. The Yale of The Queen’s Beasts holds a shield with the blue and white quarters of Margaret’s arms but with a golden portcullis at the center, a badge used by Henry VII. The portcullis is also part of the arms of Westminster City Council, which is home to Westminster Abbey.

      Weight: 2 oz
      Diameter: 38.61 mm
      Thickness: 6 mm
      Purity: .9999

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