Tag Archives: Silver coins
The Beijing International Coin Exposition saw a display of two special coins minted from the Perth Mint, featuring depictions of the Australian Kookaburra and Kangaroo. Weighing 31.135 grams, the 99.9% pure silver coins are in full colour with a diameter … Continue reading
These coins were photographed at Rocky Mountain Coin in Denver on Thursday, Feb. 16, 2012 The five coins on the left were minted over a hundred years ago and have a value of thousands of dollars because of their gold … Continue reading
On Monday, 5th March, 2012 Royal Canadian Mint unveiled new commemorative 99.99% pure silver collector coins, to mark the 100th anniversary of Titanic sinking that went down on April 15, 1912.
According to the Colorado State Senators, a bill is in process where silver as well as its counterpart, gold will be legalised for currency uses. Copying alike provision, other 12 states along with Utah is trying to do the same.
Silver coins have been valued throughout the centuries. Earlier the coins were made from pure silver while the coins minted in the later centuries inevitably have some alloy mixed in the silver. This makes vintage silver coins more precious and … Continue reading