US Coin Replica (Silver Rounds)
U.S. Coin Replica Silver Rounds - Since the first Silver U.S. coinage was issued, the designs have been extremely popular. Some of the designs have even been renewed on popular Silver products today! In this category you will find a variety of Silver rounds featuring a wide assortment of recognizable Silver coin designs.
Silver rounds of any size are an excellent way to invest in pure Silver while avoiding the premiums usually found on legal tender bullion coins. They are easily bought and sold, stored, stacked and counted. Buy Silver rounds today to add to your investment portfolio. APMEX makes it easy to buy Silver by offering competitive Silver prices on all Silver rounds.
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These rounds are based on Bela Lyon Pratt's incuse design for the $2.50 and $5.00 gold coins of 1908-1929.
The trade dollar was a United States dollar coin minted to compete with other large silver coins that were already popular in East Asia.; it was designed by William Barber.
The Gobrecht dollar, minted from 1836 to 1839, was the first silver dollar struck for circulation by the United States Mint since production of that denomination was officially halted in 1804. The coin was struck in small .... Read More
The Indian Head one-cent coin, also known as an Indian Penny, was produced by the United States Mint from 1859 to 1909 at the Philadelphia Mint and in 1908 and 1909 at the San Francisco Mint. It was designed by James Barto.... Read More
The Standing Liberty quarter was a 25-cent coin struck by the United States Mint from 1916 to 1930. It succeeded the Barber quarter, which had been minted since 1892. Featuring the goddess of Liberty on one side and an eag.... Read More
The Seated Liberty designs appeared on most regular-issue silver United States coinage during the mid- and late-nineteenth century, from 1836 through 1891. The denominations which featured the Seated Liberty design include.... Read More
The Chain cent was America's first large cent and the first circulating coin officially produced by the United States Mint. It was struck only during 1793.
Design by Henry Voigt.