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1 gram Silver Round - Secondary Market
1 gram Silver Round - Secondary Market
$2.93
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1 - 49 $3.93
50 - 99 $3.63
100 - 499 $3.33
500 + $2.93
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1/10 oz Silver Round - Secondary Market
1/10 oz Silver Round - Secondary Market
$6.41
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1 - 99 $7.41
100 - 499 $7.11
500 - 999 $6.81
1000 + $6.41
1/4 oz Silver Round - Secondary Market
1/4 oz Silver Round - Secondary Market
$10.80
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1 - 49 $11.80
50 - 249 $11.50
250 - 499 $11.20
500 + $10.80
1/2 oz Silver Round - Secondary Market
1/2 oz Silver Round - Secondary Market
$17.61
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1 - 19 $18.61
20 - 99 $18.31
100 - 499 $18.01
500 + $17.61
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1 oz Silver Round - Secondary Market
1 oz Silver Round - Secondary Market
$31.72
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Quantity Check/Wire
1 - 19 $32.72
20 - 99 $32.42
100 - 499 $32.12
500 + $31.72
5 oz Silver Round - Secondary Market
5 oz Silver Round - Secondary Market
$162.10
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1 - 4 $167.10
5 - 19 $165.60
20 - 99 $164.10
100 + $162.10
10 oz Silver Round - Secondary Market
10 oz Silver Round - Secondary Market
$332.20
As Low As
Quantity Check/Wire
1 - 9 $342.20
10 - 19 $339.20
20 - 49 $336.20
50 + $332.20

About Investing In Generic Silver Rounds

Investing in generic silver rounds can diversify your investment portfolio and benefit from the value appreciation of silver. Here's some information to help you understand the basics:

  • What are silver rounds? Silver rounds are privately minted bullion coins made of .999 fine silver. They resemble coins in shape and size but do not have any face value or legal tender status. Unlike sovereign coins such as American Silver Eagles or Canadian Silver Maples, government mints do not issue silver rounds.
  • Value retention: Silver has been used as a store of value for centuries and has the potential to retain its purchasing power over time.
  • Inflation hedge: Precious metals like silver are often considered a hedge against inflation, as their prices may rise during currency devaluation or rising prices.
  • Portfolio diversification: Silver rounds can serve as a diversification tool, as they correlate poorly with other asset classes such as stocks and bonds.
  • Pricing and premiums: The price of silver rounds is primarily based on the current spot price of silver per troy ounce. However, you'll typically pay a premium above the spot price when purchasing silver rounds. The premium covers the manufacturing costs, minting fees, and the dealer's profit margin. The premium can vary depending on the design, brand, and quantity purchased.
  • Liquidity and selling: Silver rounds can generally be sold to precious metal dealers, coin shops, or online platforms that specialize in bullion trading. The liquidity of silver rounds can vary depending on the market conditions and the specific rounds you own. Recognizable brands or designs may be more easily tradable than lesser-known or generic rounds.
  • Storage and security: Since silver rounds are tangible assets, you must consider proper storage and security. Options include a home safe, a safety deposit box, or a secure storage facility. It's essential to protect your investment from theft, damage, or environmental factors that can affect the value of the silver.


Here are some risks and considerations:

  • Price volatility: The price of silver can be volatile, influenced by various economic factors and market conditions. Prices can experience significant fluctuations in the short term.
  • Market liquidity: During periods of economic uncertainty or low demand, selling your silver rounds at a favorable price may be more challenging.
  • Counterfeits: As with any valuable item, counterfeit silver rounds exist in the market. It's crucial to buy from reputable sources and verify the authenticity of the rounds you purchase.

For those with an appreciation for numismatic designs over generic silver rounds, 1 oz Morgan Dollar rounds offer a compelling blend of historical significance and aesthetic appeal. Capturing the essence of the iconic Morgan Silver Dollar, these rounds appeal to collectors and enthusiasts alike, offering a tangible connection to the rich heritage of American coinage.Investing in precious metals like silver rounds is a long-term investment strategy. It's advisable to do thorough research, consult with financial advisors if necessary, and carefully evaluate your investment goals and risk tolerance before making any investment decisions.

About Secondary Market Silver

Secondary market silver rounds are those previously owned or circulated and are now being bought or sold in the secondary market. These rounds are typically obtained from individuals or entities looking to sell their previously owned silver rounds. Compared to newly minted rounds, secondary market silver rounds are often available at a lower cost. The price of secondary market rounds is based on factors such as the weight and purity of the silver, as well as the condition, rarity, and demand for the specific rounds.

It's important to consider the state of the rounds, as they may exhibit signs of wear or minor blemishes due to previous circulation. The availability of specific rounds in the secondary market may vary, and finding certain designs or limited editions could be more challenging. When purchasing secondary market silver rounds, it's essential to ensure their authenticity and verify their purity and weight through reputable dealers or grading services.

The liquidity of secondary market rounds can vary depending on the specific rounds and their condition. While they may offer cost savings, secondary market rounds may have less aesthetic appeal and may not come with packaging or certificates of authenticity like newly minted rounds. Prior research on the reputation of the dealer or platform, price comparison, and consideration of the overall condition and authenticity of the rounds are advisable before making a purchase.

More interested in exploring our wider selection of silver rounds? The one ounce silver round is our most popular size and has options at every price point, with more designs than you can count.
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