Silver Bullion

Discussion in 'Bullion Investing' started by joesmom, Jul 25, 2004.

  1. joesmom

    joesmom Member

    If I were to try and put together a collection of silver bullion coins for a specific date (Joe's birthyear, 1997) what does everyone suggest as to which coins that should/could include?

    I've been looking at the Pandas, Kookaburas, Australian Lunar, Maples, Brits, Libertads, etc. What am I missing? Any other suggestions?
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  3. collect4fun

    collect4fun Senior Member

    Us silver eagles, holiday themed rounds with dates, zodiac rounds, are a couple suggestions.
  4. joesmom

    joesmom Member

    Yeah, the Eagles are a given...Zodiac for him would be cool.
    Keep the ideas coming. Joe knows all of the coins that I/we have now but these I would like to put away and have them be a surprise for him MANY years down the road.
  5. National dealer

    National dealer New Member

    Don't forget the one ounce themed silver bars.
  6. National dealer

    National dealer New Member

    Prestige set, Botanical Gardens set.
  7. joesmom

    joesmom Member

    Themed? Are they dated? Where would I find those?
  8. National dealer

    National dealer New Member

    Jackie Robinson and Law enforcement commems also.
  9. jody526

    jody526 New Member

    Somalia issues a 1 oz. silver round called a "Monkey".

    Zambia's is called an "Elephant".
  10. Bacchus

    Bacchus Coin Duffer

    I recently bought a 1997 Chinese 10 Yuan 1-oz silver piece with a unicorn and a dragon:

    I bought mine for $19.95, and this site has them for $29.95, so it may pay to shop around. I think I bought mine at Coast-to-Coast coins; see their ad in Coin World.

    Also, to get the other coins you mentioned, I really like the prices and service of Silver Eagle Coins:

    although their site could be a little easier to navigate. You go straight to "Prices" to see their product line.
  11. joesmom

    joesmom Member

    Thanks for the info. I've looked at wscoins website but still shopping around. I agree with you on Silver Eagle Coins, their website is a bit cumbersome but they had some good prices. I'll check out Coast to Coast...thanks!
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    collect4fun Senior Member

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