Monday, 14 November 2011

Best Silver Coins to Buy

The Best Silver Coins to Buy Now!
New silver bullion investors throughout the World are overwhelmed with the choice of silver coins available. SilverPriceUK hopes to increase your investing knowledge in order to make the right decision when buying silver coins.
Which are the best silver coins to buy now?  
Read our article to find out more.
best silver coins to buy Canadian silver maple leafs
Canadian Silver Maple Leaf
First minted in 1988, the Canadian Silver Maple Leaf is 9999 pure silver. Known everywhere for its high silver content and quality, a must for any silver bullion investor. Liquidity of the Canadian Maple Leaf is guaranteed when required and buy prices are slightly lower than other silver bullion 1 ounce coins.

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best silver coins to buy Austrian philharmonic
Austrian Silver Philharmonic
The Austrian mint is known throughout Europe for the beautiful creation that is their Silver Philharmonic. Built from 999 silver and featuring the Vienna Philharmonic Orchestra, the Philharmonic is a great way for new investors to buy silver bullion. Certainly one of the best silver coins to buy.

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best silver coins to buy fiji taku
Fiji Taku
A secret among silver collectors, the Fiji Taku is a choice silver coin to buy and worth the premium. The Fiji Taku has low minting numbers and therefore previous coins become rare. This can add profit to a silver investment. Consider these if they become available to buy.

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best silver coins to buy American silver eagle
American Silver Eagle
Possibly the Worlds most popular silver bullion coin and we believe the best silver coin to buy right now. The American Silver Eagle should be part of any silver bullion investment. Very easy to buy, very easy to sell, the ASE is recognized in many countries and carries a small premium to purchase. The premium is always made back on resale.

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best silver coins to buy Mexican libertad
Mexican Libertad
Almost as popular as the Canadian Maple Leaf and American Silver Eagle, the Mexican Libertad is a coin full of all the character of its minting country. The Libertad is sized similarly to the American Silver Eagle and shares its flawlessness. The pre 1990 Libertads can appear at auction websites. Buy these if you get the chance, as they are an interesting addition to a silver collection.

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53 comments:

  1. change Austrian Silver Philharmonic or china panda

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  2. what about one ounce Silver Brittania ?

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  3. Philharmonics are great!7 February 2012 at 22:43

    What's wrong with Philharmonics? They are around 25% cheaper than Pandas and are set very well. Silver Philharmonics over pandas any day buddy

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  4. I love the austrian philharmonics, beautiful coin and a very cheap way to buy silver, in fact the cheapest way to buy coins. The canadian cougars and maples are only fractionally more expensive and are also lovely coins - i hold all 3. bullion by post have a decent range at low margins, esp if your buying a good quantity - I'd advise buying no less than a 100 at a time for a low margin, ideally 500 for a great price ;-)

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  5. What about UK coins?

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  6. na,its becuase they 958 pure and low mintage so have a large premium.

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  7. i like the chinese coins but I am thinking in austrian philharmonics

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  8. At the mo i bought a tube of maples 19.80 each

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  9. silver price pretty low at mo, good time to buy i am sure it will go back to £20+ Oz

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  10. silver will be £25 plus by xmas

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  11. What's wrong with Philharmonics? They are around 25% cheaper than Pandas and are set very well. Silver Philharmonics over pandas any day buddy

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  12. i buy pandas in the uk for £24 so i prefer them over philharmonics which are the same price give or take a pound.

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  13. am i allowed to ask where you get pandas in uk for £24 please?

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  14. Oh, i'd discounted them on the assumption I'd get stung for VAT - the addition of which would make them highly uncompetitive. It sounds like your experience is more positive?

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  15. guernseymint i have brought from them loads of times with no vat problems

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  16. thx for the tip! might give it a try.

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  17. yes thanks just received a lovely coin from guernseymint

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  18. nice i bought some 2012 panda from there £27.50 and some maples £20.10 they are really cheap.

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  19. Nice informative site,thanks for the share.

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  20. Does anybody have or recommend the australian koala silver coins please?

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  21. course the 1 oz has a mintage of only 100k

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  22. http://www.guernseymint.com/shop/silver-coins/australian-koala-1-ounce-999-silver/c-23/c-74/p-158

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  23. many thanks for advice te koala coins!

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  24. looks like silver price is on the rise again, this is good news!!
    Anyone heard any forecasts for the price over the next year??

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  25. 1 oz snake and antelope FTW

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  26. This stuff is really amazing. Thanks for your sharing!

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  27. really Nice!!thanks for sharing this amazing blog post.

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  28. The new Perth Mint Lunar Snake 2013 on the BullionUK website. http://www.bullionuk.com/products/silver/coins/australia/lunar_snake_1kg_silver_2013.html

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  29. New snakes look nice have at guernsey mint too, different weights.
    What mintage are they, anybody know?

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  30. all are unlimited apart from the 1 oz which is 300k

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  31. Spotted the new silver snake coins are at bullionbypost too - http://www.bullionbypost.co.uk/silver-coins/silver-year-of-the-snake/

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  32. cheapest snakes are http://www.guernseymint.com/shop/silver-coins/c-23/c-74

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  33. bullionuk coins are cheap but £15 for postage in UK???? so guernsey mint cheaper!!!

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  34. what you you guys think about the new britainnia(999 fine). is it worth buying a tube? as its kinda a new coin?

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  35. Not seen the new Brittannia, only know the 958. where can I see them please?

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  36. Just google the 2013 coin but i seen it on wcw and cid the design is the classic same as this year but they are doing a proof aswell with a different design but i like the new coin as they now some on a tube of 20

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  37. thanks yes i have found now, nice coin, not sure what mintage is but well worth getting some, cheers

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  38. I would like to thank you for the efforts you have made in writing this article.

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  39. it extremely good to see this informative article.
    This stuff is really amazing

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  40. ANYBODY EVER HAVE TROUBLE WITH GUERNSEYMINT????
    JUST HAD POSTMAN LEFT A CARD, I CANT HAVE MY ORDER UNTIL PAY £23 POSTAGE CUSTOMS FEE??WTF????

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  41. re above message, not guernsey mint but the british taxman wants the £23!! arggghhhhhhh

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  42. i havent had any problems with tax from guernsey mint. dont quote me but i belive if you buy a item so say the tax is more then £9 then they will try to reclaim the tax else it would not worth there while. so if you bought say 5 maples at £23 pound each and 20% of that isnt £9 pound so they will not bother to cliam the tax as its not worth where while. did you buy a large coin or a bar?

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  43. Hi yes 3 oz coins and a 100g bar, they intercepted post at customs, first time this has happened to me.(1st time i bought a bar)
    There is no info on card postman left thats why at first i thought postage wasnt paid or something. The £23 includes customs handling charge!

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  44. i would stick with just coins.

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  45. yes I think so lol
    I hope they stock the new britannia 999. coin soon!

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  46. i bought a tube of brits from cid paid tax but bought on a dip £26.70 each. i have not recieved them yet. i think they come out next week

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  47. The new britinnias are poor quility dont buy mass produced rubbish. the royal mint has shamed it self will not buy from again. rip britinnias

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  48. Hi, I'm trying to contact the owner of this site but your email doesn't work. Can you please email me back please? agrunwerg@hotmail.com

    Thanks!

    Adam

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  49. i think noone owns this site. its just for reference to the silver price.

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  50. yes its more a info website, up to date silver spot prices etc.
    If you have query re silver email one of the bullion companies, hope that helps!

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  51. and back on the subject, silver having a bit of a dip at mo, good time to buy!!

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  52. i would wait a bit till 24 dollars

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  53. Rob @ SilverPriceUk.com29 October 2014 at 23:39

    After a break from running the site I am now back. If you have any queries you can contact me on silverpriceuk@ymail.com

    Thanks for the support guys!

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