When you’ve found the silver bar or bars that attracts you the most, JM Bullion makes it easy to complete your purchase from our online catalog. We accept a wide variety of payment methods to streamline the purchasing process, fulfill orders quickly, and offer free shipping on orders over $199 so you can get your products as affordably as possible.
Investing in silver is gaining popularity, and buying silver coins is not the only option for those looking to make an investment in silver. Silver bars are a smart way to invest in silver, for both the experienced investor who wants large quantities, as well as for the first-time investor. The multiple sizing options and low premiums make silver bars a smart way to invest in silver.
Our curated selection of silver coins, silver bars, and silver rounds offer investors low premiums and great opportunity for economic growth. Our team of precious metals experts boasts some of the most recognized names in the industry, including our founder, Mike Maloney, and senior precious metals analyst Jeff Clark. We believe owning silver is imperative to a well rounded portfolio, and our mission is to get precious metals into the hands of as many people as possible.
Mexican Silver Libertad: Mexico’s official silver bullion issue, the Silver Libertad coin has a design taken from Mexican history that dates back two centuries. First used during Mexico’s revolution against Spain in the 1820s, Winged Victory appeared on Mexican coinage first in the gold Centenario. Today, she is the leading lady in the design of the Mexican Silver Libertad bullion coins from the Mexican Mint.
Originally formed in Tokyo, Japan in 1952, Asahi Refining Ltd. Remains a Japanese-based business that had previously focused more intently on the collection and refinement of recycled precious metals. As of December 2014 though, the company rapidly expanded its international brand awareness with the high-profile purchase of Johnson Matthey’s more than 150-year-old refining operation. All three of Johnson Matthey’s remaining gold and silver refining operations were purchased by Asahi, which has slowly begun refining silver bars in a variety of sizes. Among those available from JM Bullion are the following:
When it comes to purchasing or selling silver bullion, the market value for silver (also referred to as "spot price") is the basis for all pricing. View the current spot price for silver. Almost all silver products on SD Bullion operate on a silver spot price plus the product premium (also referred to as "over spot") formula to determine the final price. For example, if the market value for silver is X and the product premium is Y, the final price would be X+Y=Z. Premium pricing is mostly consistent per product but the market value for silver changes vastly on a minute by minute basis. Our market feed integrates live up to the minute market prices from worldwide markets. We offer both live and historical market data available on our website's Live Market Prices page. You can customize charts to research and find trends in pricing and compare to other precious metal types.
Just as is the case with large amounts of cash, it can be dangerous to drive or walk around and carry large amounts of silver. While you can get fast money at a reputable local shop, often you wind up taking a lower price because they tend to lowball unsuspecting people and they may not have the sophistication needed to dispose of the metals quickly. One of the safest and best ways to get a good price when selling silver bullion is to work with a reputable national dealer such as Money Metals Exchange. Wherever you choose to sell, be sure to obtain a firm price commitment before handing over possession of the metal. Transactions can be instantly conducted in a secure online environment, in person, or over the phone to seal the deal.
As a vital industrial and monetary metal, it has value around the world, regardless of economic conditions. It can be sold at current market prices as needed. As an investor in silver, buy it in basic forms such as bullion, bars, coins, and rounds to get the most silver for your dollar. Investors typically purchase it by weight, such the troy ounce, pound, gram or kilo. It is priced by its weight in .999 fine silver. If an item contains lower purity levels, it may fetch slightly lower prices per troy ounce of the .999 silver it contains.