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Basis: silver @ $16.63, 02/22/18
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Buying Sunshine 1 oz Silver Rounds
Sunshine Minting 1-ounce silver rounds are an excellent way to buy silver bullion. Newly minted by long-established Sunshine Minting, Inc. here in the U.S., these silver rounds are beautifully struck in .999 fine silver, just like American Silver Eagles, making them one of the purest silver bullion products available anywhere. They feature the image of a flying eagle on the obverse and a shining sun on the reverse, along with weight (one troy ounce) and purity (.999 fine silver).
Before the U.S. Mint began manufacturing American Silver Eagles in 1986, privately manufactured silver rounds were the established way to purchase pure silver bullion coins. Sunshine Minting is so well-trusted for the purity of its silver that it is one of the main suppliers of silver planchets for American Silver Eagles.
In today's extremely tight market for silver bullion, with government mints unable to keep up with demand for bullion coins, these .999 fine pure 1-oz. silver rounds are one of the best silver buys anywhere. We highly recommend them as a trusted substitute American Silver Eagle bullion coins.
Benefits of Sunshine Minting 1 oz Silver RoundsHighest quality silver -- Each silver round contains a full troy ounce of .999 fine pure silver, just like American Silver Eagles, making them one of the purest silver bullion products available anywhere. Instant liquidity -- These 1-oz. silver rounds are saleable at market value anywhere silver bullion is traded. Easy to store and transport -- Silver rounds are compact, convenient, and easy to store or transport. We pack them securely in 3-inch tall break-proof plastic tubes, perfect for home safes and bank safety deposit boxes. Better than bars and ingots -- We recommend .999 fine 1-oz. silver rounds over silver bars and ingots because they?re easier to sell, store and transport, and incur no assaying costs.