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Silver Bullion Coins (Part 2).

Thursday, February 20, 2014

I shared photos of some silver bullion coins more than a year ago in November 2012. Seriously, time flies. It doesn't feel like it has been so long.

Anyway, those were Canadian Maple Leaves.

Now, I am sharing photos of some other silver bullion coins that I have:

Part of my stash:

For my thoughts on why it is important to own some gold and silver bullion, click on the related post below and follow the links. I hope you will find it worth your while.

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hydrogenperoxide said...

Which bullion is this? Doesnt looks like american eagle which are the other popular one..

AK71 said...

Hi Pero,

Many people ask me this. :)

This is Austrian and only introduced in 2008.


David & Thi said...

Nice Coin....

I have a mixage of Austrian, Canadian Mapleleaf and American Eagle too....

Recently add on with PAMP cast bar and Metalor bar... :)

A little petty that i didn't buy more last year when silver is around $19....

AK71 said...

Hi Yee,

Yup, I am usually very practical and would buy the CML since it has the highest face value and purity. However, I was attracted to the Austrian bullion too because it looks so beautiful. ;p

Last year at US$19+ an ounce, I bought another 200 coins. Should have bought a few more. ;p

xiang said...

Hi, where do you buy the silver coins from usually?

AK71 said...

Hi xiang,

If you do a search online, you will find quite a few merchants in Singapore. :)

I don't want to appear partial by revealing where I get mine from. ;)

bQ said...

Hello AK,

I just recently got interested in keeping some bullion.
I bought my first 25pcs of silver maples, but they came in a tube.
I noticed that yours are all individually packed in sealed cases.
Where do you get those cases from?
Are they expensive?

Thanks in advance!

AK71 said...

Hi bQ,

You can get these plastic holders from some shops that sell bullions locally. $1 each or something. Ask your supplier or shop around online. ;)

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