AGE offers the finest in silver bullion coins, silver bars, and classic U.S. silver dollars. Our regular inventory includes American Silver Eagles, Canadian Silver Maple Leafs, bulk silver rounds, and much more.
In addition to modern bullion, classic Morgan silver dollars, 1921 Morgan silver dollars, Peace silver dollars, and U.S. 90% silver coins (also called "junk" silver) are excellent options for bulk silver buyers.
Buying Silver Bullion
Silver bullion is popular in modern investment portfolios because it typically has low to negative correlation with stocks and bonds, thereby enabling investors to diversify their risk profile. Investors also buy silver bullion as a hedge against inflation and as a "currency of last resort" during times of political or economic instability.
Benefits of Silver Bullion
Silver bullions coins are the most popular way to own silver, although many investors prefer silver bars for larger purchases. In general, we recommend modern silver coins like U.S. Silver Eagles over gold bars and ingots because they’re far easier to sell, store, and transport.
AGE offers the finest in modern silver coins from the world's most trusted mints. Our regular investory includes American Silver Eagles, Canadian Silver Maple Leafs, Austiran Silver Philharmonics, and more. One-ounce silver rounds from highly-respected private mints are also a very popular and cost-effective way to add bulk silver to your precious metals portfolio.
Whether you are an investor or collector, you'll find our silver bullion items are highest-quality at low prices with fast, friendly, and reliable service.
Silver is Wealth
Silver has been a primary medium of wealth almost since the dawn of civilization, and for good reason. Silver is intrinsically rare and its color and luster are strikingly beautiful. And silver is malleable into almost any shape or form for coinage, jewelry, decoration, or sculpture. Silver also has myriad insustrial uses that help to generate demand. For these reasons and others, silver has been recognized through history as universal money with inherent value, unlike fiat paper currencies that depend for their value on the promises of governments. While governments have come and gone, silver remains.... Expand Text » Close «