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.
Silver has existed in coin form for many millennia. Since the dawn of the bartering system, people began to place value into this shiny metal that didn’t appear to occur frequently in nature. To this day, silver coins are manufactured and used in everyday life, so even though most silver coins are not created to function as a form of currency, they are stamped and recognized as legal tender. Coins are produced by national mints and are recognized by sovereign governments all around the world.
Spot price is a term that refers to the current price of a precious metal at any given time. Prices are in constant flux while international markets are open. Certain political and financial events or news can impact the prices of metals, so spot prices are very reactive to what is currently happening around the world. Keeping an eye on spot price trends helps you determine the best times to buy and sell your silver.
Now that you know a little bit more about the vast selection of silver for sale online from JM Bullion, it’s time to do a little deeper digging. Feel free to navigate through the links within this page to get to product pages for specific items, or scroll at your own leisure by clicking through the product categories listed on the left-hand side of the page. Whatever you choose from JM Bullion, you’re getting high-quality silver bullion!
1 oz Silver Bar: Each 1 oz Geiger Silver Bar is composed of one troy ounce of .999 pure silver. Customers will note the extraordinary detail of the Schloss Guldengossa, a Baroque castle located outside Leipzig, Germany. The castle is rendered with considerable artistry as evidenced by the minute detail of the windows and brickwork of the structure. The reverse side is inscribed with the name of the mint as well as its one troy ounce weight.
Some people out there appreciate the true beauty of a beautifully minted silver coin. Take the coins from the famous American Silver Eagle program for example, with obverses featuring Weinman’s beautiful Walking Liberty and the reverses depicting Mercanti’s rendition of a Bald Eagle and a shield, a symbol of American strength and pride. Collectors buy these products for their ‘artistic’ or ‘collectible’ value rather than their melt value. For them, there is no right or wrong; they should pick the products that they consider aesthetically appealing.
Geiger Edelmetalle Bars: A famed German refinery, Geiger Edelmetalle has been in business since 1218! Located in southeastern Germany outside of the city of Leipzig, Geiger Edelmetalle has recently released a diverse collection known as the Geiger Original Series of silver bars featuring the latest security enhancements to combat counterfeiting and the famed design of its headquarters at Schloss Guldengossa.
While any silver bullion can be used for investment purposes, bars are designed with investors in mind. They are often simpler in appearance, yet still add immense value to your bullion portfolio. The ability to select a bar from several weight options gives you more control over your investment. Bars also come conveniently shaped for stacking and storing.
When you’re shopping for silver online, you’ll run into two different types of mints/refineries producing the silver rounds, silver bars, and silver coins covered above. The majority of silver bars and silver rounds come from private mints and refineries, both in the United States and around the globe. Silver coins are largely the result of work at sovereign mints around the world, as well as the state-owned Perth Mint in Australia. Below is a brief rundown of the private mints and refineries popular in the JM Bullion catalog:

Geiger Silver Bars: Geiger Edelmetalle of Germany has a growing portfolio of silver bars for sale to investors. While their various products feature similar images of Schloss Guldengossa on the obverse and an LEV rhombus on the reverse, this imagery comes in two different formats. There are minted ingots with these images, as well as new silver square bars with enhanced security features and acute attention to detail in the production of the bars.

Without question, the highlight of the silver market these days are silver coins. Available predominantly from sovereign mints around the globe, with a notable exception being the state-owned Perth Mint of Australia, silver coins hold legal tender status, are assigned a face value in national currencies and have government-backed purity and weight. Silver coins are struck in bullion and proof versions by sovereign mints, with designs that are as iconic as it gets!
Silver bars provide an investment option that is comparable to buying silver coins or rounds, but in a larger, rectangular form. The silver bars offered at Provident all consist of at least .999 fine silver and are manufactured by both sovereign and private mints that assure quality and metal purity. For this reason, these products are eligible for most precious metals IRA accounts.
Silver is an extremely popular precious metal among investors and collectors. Silver's appeal is in its affordable rates, allowing precious metal investing accessible to everyone. Similar to gold, silver has been used for thousands of years not only as currency, but as silverware, jewelry, and because of its electrical conductivity, it is also used industrially as electrical contacts. When it comes to silver bullion, there are three more common varieties that investors and collectors are familiar with. Silver comes in low premium bars and rounds; which the only difference between the two is their shape. They differ from coins by being produced in private mints, instead of the state-run mint. Silver bars and rounds are ideal for the investor; they come with a lower premium and they are incredibly easy to stack and store. Silver coins come with a higher premium because they are considered legal tender and instead of being endlessly produced, they come with limited mintages. Some investors and collectors like to buy a mixture of all three varieties; making their collection diverse and work in their favor when the time comes to trade.

Broadly speaking, one may purchase three kinds of physical silver bullion: silver bars, silver coins, and silver rounds. Although junk silver is another popular method of obtaining silver at lower prices (close to the melt value of silver); the purity of silver in these products makes comparing junk silver to other instruments like comparing apples and oranges.

Not all silver products are IRA eligible for inclusion in precious metal retirement accounts. Please look for the ✔IRA APPROVED checkmark on the product page for the product that you are interested in purchasing. If the checkmark is not present on the page, that product is not eligible for inclusion in precious metal retirement accounts. If you have any questions regarding setting up or buying silver for your account please contact our staff at 1-800-294-8732.

For investors who want the best economic stability and utility, silver ingots may be a great choice. These smaller silver bars come in various ounces of high-quality silver. For the purest and most affordable silver ingot option, look for 99% fine silver without any commemorative labeling, as this can lower the value. Silver ingots are perfect for dividing, transporting, and utilizing as currency should the economy enter a crisis.
Counterfeiting is an age-old problem when it comes to investing in precious metals. Because of this, many mints have introduced markers or counterfeit-proof features, like the Mint Mark SI™ feature by Sunshine Minting or the Geiger Bar UV light-stampings. Coins are comparably the safest instrument for investing in silver as government mints produce them, and their legal tender status ensures that the anti-counterfeit measures are as stringent as possible.
Australian Silver Bullion: The Royal Australian Mint might be the nation’s official sovereign mint, but the Perth Mint is its oldest. Perth Mint coins enjoy legal tender status through the Currency Act of 1965, and the facility is owned by the state government of Western Australia. Available coins in the collection include Lunar Series II coins, Silver Koalas, Silver Kookaburras, and Silver Kangaroos to mention a few.
Silver has been a monetary commodity for thousands of years, though the exact starting time period is still in debate among historians. Throughout history, it has been mined, bartered, and traded as currency. In the 20th century, silver stopped being used in legal tender. But silver’s value as a precious metal means its production as bullion continued, with people buying coins and bars for the value of silver itself rather than as currency.
Not all silver products are IRA eligible for inclusion in precious metal retirement accounts. Please look for the ✔IRA APPROVED checkmark on the product page for the product that you are interested in purchasing. If the checkmark is not present on the page, that product is not eligible for inclusion in precious metal retirement accounts. If you have any questions regarding setting up or buying silver for your account please contact our staff at 1-800-294-8732.
Bullion Exchanges is also proud to sell a great assortment of bullion silver bars to investors and collectors. Silver bullion bars provide a great investment option and are available in many different sizes and options. Whether you’re looking for something in a one-ounce size or a much more significant 100 oz. bar, Bullion Exchanges has all the silver bars to satisfy every purchase. Silver bullion bars provide investors with the best prices because of the extraordinarily low premiums that these products carry.

As soon as your products are fulfilled, they are boxed in discreet packaging and handed off to either the United States Postal Service or UPS for shipping. JM Bullion is happy to offer you free standard shipping and insurance with your purchase of silver bars over $299. If your packages are lost or stolen, we’ll work to secure replacements, find your missing products, or arrange for a refund of your purchase price.
Considering the record growth in demand last year, all signs are pointing to a continuous increase. In 1980, the world population was 4.6 billion. We've since added another 2.5 billion people. Silver is required in a multitude of industrial, electrical, consumer, health, and energy-related applications critical to today's modern economy. (It is the world's best conductor of electricity and heat, best natural biocide, and best reflector of light.)
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