Silver Maple Leaf

September 18, 2008 by  
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What is a good price to pay for a silver medal at American Eagle?

Or a maple leaf coin silver money? In dollars U.S. please.

It is important this year and the end. Silver Eagle Proof "A" worth more than out of circulation. I'm not familiar with the currencies of Maple Leaf. They cost more than the price of money because there are only a piece of 1 ounce of silver are art. Most of the money will be worth Eagles 20-30, while others vary depending on the year and how

Not all money is created equally

By investing in money or buying silver coins, one the most difficult decisions to make is what kind of money to buy. You can decide to buy silver and, knowing nothing on different types of silver coins, with an investment of less than normal with extra charge. It's a big mistake and it is strongly recommended to take a moment to learn about the different types of physical silver and know what they pay. Your investment portfolio precious metals (and your wallet) will thank you.

First things first. There are different sounding phrases associated with money, and those words tell you the purity of silver. It is important to know how their money is pure (aka, the number of coins or silver bars actually contain). You do not want to pay for pure silver, if coins containing no less than pure silver. This may seem common sense, but knowing what you are getting you money over the long term.

Silver War Nickels
Do not be fooled by the name. Just because someone calls them "money" does not mean "War Nickels" contain a lot of money as other silver coins. In fact, a war nickel (invented in the U.S. 1942-1945 and called the "war" nickels, because of the Second World War) contains only 35% silver. The rest of the piece is made of copper and manganese. So if someone tries to sell one ounce of silver and nickels the war want the same price that one ounce of silver True, you can be sure is a bad investment. There is no reason to pay for the brunt of the currency of the price of money, while most receive metal is copper. In addition, because of the silver content of low nickel war, their "premium" (the amount collected in excess of the spot price of silver) is relatively low. It simply is not shopping a lot of demand for parts and therefore coins and bullion dealers can not require that much "extra" for them.

Silver coins of 40%
These pieces are as their name implies - contains 40% silver. As a result, it should cost 40% of what a pure silver coin can be purchased. I say "almost" because each piece of a premium and the premium may be different by type of currency, coins (collection) the value, purity (silver content) and many other variables. Just keep in mind that if you buy coins of 40% silver, the price should reflect this reality. The most popular pieces are 40% silver half dollars Kennedy invented 1965-1969. (Note that the money of others can contain more than half the money - as noted below, and some contain no money at all)
I should also mention "silver Eisenhower dollars here. Although there is Ike silver dollars contain 40% money - they were made only as "uncirculated" in collection or items included in the "test" sets. Paradoxically a typical Eisenhower silver dollar money "does not at all. In fact anything copper!

Silver coins of 90%
Once again, these parts are equally its name suggests - which contain 90% silver. This includes all U.S. dimes, quarters and half dollars minted before 1965. It also includes Morgan Silver Dollars and Peace silver dollars (who invented until 1935). It is interesting to silver dollars most do not contain one ounce of silver, although some people try to sell the shadow of "silver dollar 1 oz. "In fact, they contain about three quarters of an ounce of silver, more or less depending on the condition of parts.

Outside silver coins States
ancient coins of different countries contain silver. However, there are too many countries around the world and how many silver coins are different content of money to cover everyone. Note that if you buy a piece of money abroad (outside U.S.), the silver content are not always the same for each country and not exceeding 90% (from a coin of pure silver is not considered strong enough to withstand abuse and wear to be disclosed).

Sterling Silver
Here is a worthwhile investment of money - the pound sterling. Some people confuse "free" money "pure" silver, and even most vendors are happy to make that assumption. Be very cautious when buying sterling silver, as many people as the prices as high as pure silver. A Again, sterling silver is not pure silver, which contains 92.5% silver and the price should reflect that.

Pure silver or silver ingot
Ok, now that we pure silver, but again not all the money are equal. Finding 100% pure silver is almost impossible, probably because there no bullion dealers want to secure the precious metal does not contain impurities. In contrast, most "pure" is 99.9% pure silver, which means that it is almost as good as you can get. In most cases, the word "gold" and "pure" are used interchangeably, but again there are unscrupulous individuals who want nothing more to take your money to be sure to check the silver content before buying silver bullion. Ingots and pure silver coins and bars are often marked right to the purity of the metal.
Currencies Canadian maple leaf, silver went further and added another "9" for its purity. They are guaranteed 99.99% pure silver by the Mint of Canada.

I hope that overview and primer on the coins and their silver content was informative and give more confidence to make a cash investment. Although not unable to cover all types of silver coins and its contents, which should give you a head start and ammunition sufficient information to ensure that you get what you pay with your next purchase money.

Good luck and good investment.

About the Author

Phil Stewart is a coin collecting enthusiast who specializes in silver coins, bullion, and precious metals investing. His articles and investment help can be found on many blogs, e-books, and other trade publications. Phil runs the online investment site which promotes protecting and increasing wealth by owning physical silver.


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