Silver Bullion Bars | State Minted Silver Coins | Fine Silver Sheet And Wire
Silver is primarily an industrial metal and has been used as a monetary reserve for centuries. As an investment metal, stored outside of the banking system, silver is highly affordable and sought after by those wishing to protect their purchasing power.
In the links above you will find a huge selection of high-grade silver from 1-ounce coins to 1,000-ounce bars and more. High Ticket Bullion selects the best dealers and listings that offer buyers assurance, guaranteed delivery, and authenticity of investment quantity silver bars and coins.
Buy Silver Bullion Online
Buy Silver Coins from Trusted Online sellers around the world. Silver bullion investment options include coins and bars. Protecting your financial future by owning physical gold and silver is our mission and passion at HT Bullion
Buying silver bullion online is an effective way to diversity your investment portfolio. HT Bullion presents a large number of silver buying options based on your investing strategy including the American Silver Eagle, Canadian Silver Maple, South African Silver Krugerrand, UK Silver Britannia and 90% US Constitutional Coins (US Silver Dollars). As well as a wide selection of silver bars from gram to 1,000 troy ounce LBMA bars. We have a silver bullion vehicle for you at any level of entry into the market.
Silver bullion for Precious Metals IRA Accounts
Not all silver bullion products are IRA eligible for inclusion in precious metal retirement accounts. There are some strict rules for placing silver and gold bullion into an IRA. Silver bullion must be of high purity (999 or greater fineness), coins must be legal tender in the country of minting, and certain other conditions apply. Before purchasing for your Precious Metal IRA HT Bullion suggest a consultation with one of our affiliated broker/dealers to get professional advice.
Internal Revenue Code for IRA Approved Silver:
- The Silver must be at least 99.9% fine to qualify for and IRA.
- Silver bullion rounds and bars must be fabricated by COMEX, NYMEX, or an ISO 9000 approved manufacturer in order to be accepted.
- Proof Coins cannot be graded and must come in the original Mint packaging with a Certificate of Authenticity to be eligible.
- The Taxpayer Relief Act of 1997 allows you to invest any bullion coin into your IRA. In addition to Silver, Gold and Platinum Eagles, which are mentioned specifically, the law allows you to include “a coin issued under the laws of any State,” (meaning any nation).
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. Spot prices are set on the major silver contract trading exchanges in New York and London. The silver bullion you will find on HT Bullion generally are priced at spot plus a product premium. In these times of volatility in silver spot prices premiums may change dramatically. Additionally, the current market for physical silver is diverging from the paper trading prices. You will find current market prices in the side bar (on desktop) and low bar (on mobile). These prices are live and up to the minute.
Comparing Silver Bars & Rounds
In general HT Bullion markets two kinds of physical silver bullion: silver bars, and silver coins. The Silver coins category does include US constitutional coins (US Dollar coins) even though these coins are of only 90% silver composition they are eligible for Precious Metal IRAs
Silver Bullion Bars
A flat bar made up .999+ (usually) pure silver is known as a silver bullion bar. These products can weigh as low as 1 troy ounce and can go as high as a whopping 1,000 troy ounces. The most typical bars that are minted and sold are 1 oz, 5 oz, 10 oz, Kilo and 100 oz.
The value of a silver bullion bar can be close to its melt value. This can vary by brand and mint, however. Although these are generally struck by private mints, government mints like the Royal Canadian Mint currently mint silver bullion bars as well.
Silver Bullion Rounds
Silver bullion rounds are flat, disk-shaped pieces of .999+ pure silver. Their weight typically ranges from 1/10 troy ounce to 5 troy ounces, with 1 oz silver rounds being the most common by far.
Silver rounds are struck by private mints, carry less of a price premium over spot, and their value is close to the melt value of the silver used in striking the coin.
Similar to silver rounds, silver coins are flat disk-shaped pieces of .999+ pure silver.
However, unlike silver rounds, coins generally carry a face value in their country of origin, as these coins are struck in government mints and are given legal tender status. Moreover, State minted coins typically command the highest premiums among all silver products.