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2024 St. Helena 1 oz Silver Goddesses: Cybele and the Lions BU
2024 St. Helena 1 oz Silver Goddesses: Cybele and the Lions BU
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2024 St. Helena 1 oz Silver £1 Cash Series: Snow Leopard
2024 St. Helena 1 oz Silver £1 Cash Series: Snow Leopard
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2024 St. Helena 1 oz Silver Faerie Queene Una & the Lion BU
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2024 St. Helena 1 oz Ag £1 Cash: Leopard (MD® Premier + PCGS FS)
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2023 St. Helena 1 oz Silver Goddesses: Eos and the Horses BU
2023 St. Helena 1 oz Silver Goddesses: Eos and the Horses BU
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2023 St. Helena 1 oz Silver 250th Anniv. Boston Tea Party BU
2023 St. Helena 1 oz Silver 250th Anniv. Boston Tea Party BU
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2023 St. Helena 1 oz Silver £1 Una and the Lion BU
2023 St. Helena 1 oz Silver £1 Una and the Lion BU
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2023 St. Helena 1 oz Silver Eos and the Horses (MDP® + PCGS)
2023 St. Helena 1 oz Silver Eos and the Horses (MDP® + PCGS)
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2023 St. Helena 1 oz Silver Queen's Memorial BU
2023 St. Helena 1 oz Silver Queen's Memorial BU
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2023 St. Helena 1 oz Silver £1 Cash Series: Lion Tailed Macaque
2023 St. Helena 1 oz Silver £1 Cash Series: Lion Tailed Macaque
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2023 St. Helena 1 oz Silver Modern US Trade Dollar (BU)
2023 St. Helena 1 oz Silver Modern US Trade Dollar (BU)
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2022 St. Helena 1 oz Silver £1 Cash Series: Rhino
2022 St. Helena 1 oz Silver £1 Cash Series: Rhino
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Saint Helena 1.25 oz Silver Rose Crown Guinea BU (Random Year)
Saint Helena 1.25 oz Silver Rose Crown Guinea BU (Random Year)
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2024 St. Helena 1 oz Silver Cybele and the Lions (MDP® + PCGS)
2024 St. Helena 1 oz Silver Cybele and the Lions (MDP® + PCGS)
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The East India Company Silver Coins

Silver coins from the East India Company are popular among collectors and investors for their exceptional quality and intricate designs.

The silver coins produced by the East India Company reflect centuries of expertise. Due to silver's intrinsic value, collecting these coins offers a historical journey and a valuable investment opportunity. Notable silver coin series from the East India Company include the Goddesses Series and the Indian Wildlife Series.

Silver Coin Design

In the 19th Century, the East India Company received authorization to mint coins featuring the Monarch's effigy. Today, these silver coins are produced with the backing of the Government of St. Helena. Since 2012, they have showcased designs of Queen Elizabeth II created by two different sculptors.

With the ascension of King Charles III, silver coins minted in 2023 will now bear the new king's portrait. This change in design introduces a rich historical context and uniqueness to each coin, enhancing its appeal to collectors and investors.

Why Invest in Silver Coins?

Silver coins are a tangible asset, providing a sense of security and ownership that digital or paper investments lack. Holding a physical asset can be reassuring, particularly in uncertain economic times.

Silver coins are easily bought and sold in markets worldwide. This liquidity ensures investors can quickly access their funds if needed, offering flexibility and peace of mind.

Including silver coins can increase your portfolio's diversification. Silver often moves inversely to stocks and bonds, reducing overall risk and providing a buffer against market fluctuations.

Silver has significant industrial demand. It is used in electronics, solar energy, and medical applications, supporting its value and potential for future appreciation.

Silver coins often hold historical or numismatic value that exceeds their melt value.

Exceptional Quality

The East India Company is dedicated to producing exceptional products that exceed industry standards. Each coin undergoes rigorous inspection to ensure quality and purity. The company’s commitment to precision and artistry is evident in every limited-edition collector coin, investment bullion item, and commemorative piece. This unwavering dedication to superior craftsmanship has earned the trust and admiration of collectors and investors worldwide, making silver coins from the East India Company a symbol of prestige and value.

The East India Company

Established in 1600, the East India Company quickly rose to prominence as a leading British trading corporation, significantly influencing global commerce and colonization. Renowned for its extensive trade networks across the Indian Ocean and its political dominance over vast regions of India, the company's influence extended far beyond commercial activities.

The company’s ships transported bullion and coinage from their initial voyage when Queen Elizabeth I commissioned them to carry Britain’s international trade coin. Later, the company was granted the authority to mint its own coins bearing the royal Monarch. The historic East India Company, which ceased operations in 1874, now operates as The East India Company London. This new entity focuses on providing high-quality teas, specialty foods, and collectable coins. These coins, backed as legal tender, have the endorsement of the Government of St. Helena, a remote island in the South Atlantic.

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