Silver Coins from (Central America & Caribbean)
Silver Coins from Central America and the Caribbean - APMEX sells premier Silver coins from Central America and the Caribbean. In this category, you will find a wide variety of coins from Central America and the Caribbean, including the following countries: the Bahamas, British Virgin Islands, Costa Rica, Cayman Islands, Jamaica, Panama, and others. Explore the wonder of this region of the world with Silver coins from APMEX!
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This coin commemorates the 11th Central American and Caribbean Games of 1970. The designer of this coin is Gilroy Roberts former Chief Engraver of the U.S. Mint, who also crafted the obverse of the Kenn.... Read More
These 90% silver coins were struck on planchets to U.S. coinage (silver dollar) specifications. Each coin has .7735 oz of Silver in it. These coins are in average circulated condition. Dates and designs are of our choice and are limited .... Read More
This .925 fine silver coin marks the 10th anniversary of the last flight of Concorde air shuttle service. The design shows the aircraft surrounded by rings to represent Concorde's supersonic speeds. On the left.... Read More
This 1 oz .999 fine silver coin marks the 125th anniversary of the Eiffel Tower. The design is actually the shape of the tower done in an antique finish. Includes a certificate of authenticity. Read More
This 5 kilo (160.75 troy ounces) .999-fine Silver coin from the British Virgin Islands was issued to pay tribute to Danish-born explorer Vitus Bering. After serving in the Russian Navy, Czar Peter I asked Beri.... Read More
Issued as part of a set celebrating the 500th Anniversary of the Discovery of America. A scene depicting Columbus pointing westward over the ocean to the New World with his flagship Santa Maria, appears on the reverse. There is a working c.... Read More