Invest in Silver Bullion
Austrian Philharmonic 1 ounce silver bullion coin
Nucapital purchases Austrian Philharmonic 1 ounce silver bullion coin, giving the South African investors an inexpensive means to buy silver in South Africa. The Philharmonic Silver Coin has .999 fine silver purity and is one of the most recognisable and liquid silver coins in the world.
An one ounce weight and fine silver content is stamped directly on the coin. Each silver coin is struck from one ounce of 99.9% pure silver with a face value of 1 euro. The coins are produced by the Austrian Mint which has a long and illustrious history. It dates back to at least 1397 and is known to have struck silver coinage from the ransom paid for King Richard 1 of England (Richard the Lionheart).
Featured on these specific strikes are images related to the Vienna Philharmonic, which itself has quite a history and is considered by many to be one of the best orchestras in the world. The orchestra was originally established in 1842 by Otto Nicolai who formed the Philharmonische Academie. Since its creation, the orchestra has operated under a democratic principle which involves major decision being voted on by its members.
Manufacturer: Austrian Mint
Weight (grams): 31.10
Pure silver content (grams): 31.10348
Dimensions: 37mm Diameter x 3.2mm Thick
Canadian Maple Leaf
The silver Maple Leaf coin contains one troy ounce of pure .9999 fine (or "four-nines") silver, making it the purest one-ounce silver coin produced by any government mint anywhere in the world. It is a legal tender coin with a face value of five Canadian dollars, the highest face value of any one-ounce government-minted silver bullion coin.
The coin measures 38mm in diameter and is 2.87mm thick. The obverse of the coin features an image of Queen Elizabeth II...while the reverse features the widely-recognized image of Canada's national symbol, the maple leaf.
Canadian Maple Leaf silver bullion coins are available from Monex in units of 100 one-ounce coins. The coins can be purchased outright for personal delivery or can be financed through the exclusive Monex ATLAS account. Additionally, these coins are suitable for an IRA investment.
They are a beautiful, affordable, and convenient way to own silver...and an ideal way to diversify a paper-heavy investment portfolio. Silver Canadian Maple Leaf bullion coins are recognized worldwide for their purity and technical perfection...and as such, they are easy to buy and sell around the world. They are also easy to transport and store, and make unique and affordable gifts with the potential to grow in value.
American Silver Eagles
The Silver Eagle coin is legal tender in the United States with a $1 face value, however the coin's intrinsic silver market value is far higher. Silver Eagle coins are an extremely liquid silver investment guaranteed by the United States government. The United States Silver Eagle coins come in tubes of 20, and in sealed mint cases of 500.
- The Silver Eagle coin has 1 oz fine silver stamped in English on the coin and its legal tender status allows it to more easily crosses national borders than silver bullion bars.
- U.S. Silver Eagle coins are .999 fine silver bullion coins making them an excellent hedge against a currency crisis and a great option for emergency coinage
- Silver Eagle coins are the #1 silver bullion investment vehicle in the world, the coin's elegant design is both recognized and highly tradable.
- The Silver Eagle coin garners the highest ask and bid prices for mass produced silver bullion products.
Value: 1.00 U.S. dollar (face value)
Mass: 31.103 g (1.00 troy oz)
Diameter: 40.6 mm (1.598 in)
Thickness: 2.98 mm (0.1193 in)
Years of minting:
1986–2008, 2010–present (proof)
2006–2008, 2011–present (uncirculated)
Johnson Matthey ingots
Silver bullion Johnson Matthey 1 oz is one of the most popular investment products as it combines high liquidity and the global popularity of the brand Johnson Matthey.
Precious metals refinery Johnson Matthey is the oldest precious metals processor in the world. Silver ingots and silver bars from the Johnson Matthey are among the highest valued investment ingots, the investors have enjoyed great popularity.
This investment silver bullion contains one troy ounce of pure silver. On the obverse side the Johnson Matthey sign - initials JM and crossed hammers - is displayed . Also, the designation of fineness (.999) and weight of pure silver (1 troy ounce) as well as a unique serial number is stamped here. On the reverse side alternating logo and refiners name are stamped.
Silver ingots Johnson Matthey 1 oz are packed in PVC films. This reduces the damage when transporting silver ingots, protective film slows down oxidation processes on the surface of silver bullion. Removal of silver bullion from the foil does not affect the re-purchase - we buy silver ingots without the original packaging.
Dimensions: 29 x 50 x 2,3 mm
Mass of precious metal: 1 troy ounce (about 31.1 grams)
With an order greater than 20 troy ounces, we guarantee the price on condition that the movement of the silver exchange rate on the stock exchange, on the day your payment is received in our account does no exceed a 3% difference from the date of ordering.
American Silver Buffalo
The Silver Buffalo was authorized in 2000 to commemorate the opening of the Smithsonian National Museum of the American Indian. The design of the Silver Buffalo coin is based on the noted Buffalo nickel designed by James Earle Fraser, and first issued in early 1913. On one side is a Native American profile, and the reverse features an American Buffalo. The coin is 90% silver, and 10% copper. The U.S. Mint began accepting orders on June 7, 2001, and by June 21st, 2001, the entire issue of 500,000 coins was sold out. The coin was offered in proof condition and uncirculated condition.
Buffalo silver rounds are some of the most popular silver investment items being sold today. Like American gold buffalo coins, their design is based on the Indian Head nickel, also known as the Buffalo nickel, which was minted between 1913 and 1938.
Buffalo silver rounds They have no official connection with either the Indian Head nickel or the American gold buffalo coin, but is rather inspired by their design.
On the obverse of the Wallstreet mint issued round is a portrait of a Native American man along with the word “LIBERTY” at the top right edge. On its reverse is an image of a buffalo, along with the purity and fineness listing of “.999 FINE SILVER” along the top edge above the buffalo, along with the weight description “ONE TROY OUNCE” below the buffalo at the bottom of the coin. It has a diameter of 37 mm.