Tuesday, August 23, 2011

1989 Canadian Silver Maple Leaf (Commemorative Proof)

Here I (attempt to) showcase these beautiful collector coins, although they have such a brilliant mirror finish that it's very tricky to properly capture them :o) What's interesting is that each box is made of actual maple, and each one is distinctive since the wood grain and patterns are rather unique. Mintage: 30,000 (very few for sale anymore)

Silver Bullion : How to Avoid Buying Fake Silver

Here are some of the things you need to know in order not to get fooled when buying silver bullion, #1: It needs to say the weight, #2. ...it needs to have the purity, 3, buy from a reputable mint.Try testing the weight of the rounds first on a good troy ounce or gram scale that measure out multiple decimals(A jeweler or coin shop probably has one if you don't). If the weight is a lot more or a lot less that the weight stamped on the piece, do further tests. Also before you do a test that would mark up the coin, look at wording. If it doesn't have ".999 silver" or the weight in troy ounces or grams, try more tests. Better to know now then find out at a desperate time :)

Tips to avoid buying fake silver. Look at these silver duds and see who makes them so you are not fooled. If you have purchased silver and discovered that it is a fake, please make a video response to show the world. Let's expose the silver thieves together!

Quality Silver Bullion Minting Process - Making Buffalo Indian head Rounds

Silver looks appetizing, when I see fresh minted rounds, I wanna take a bite out of them.For over 10 years we have been perfecting our minting process, to provide the highest quality minted pieces. We made this quick video so that you can be more familiar with what we do here at Quality Silver Bullion. Feel free to leave comments and questions.Now remember that this is bullion grade and is usually made and purchased in high quantities. A collectors piece usually has a limited quantity and costs a lot more per piece. As an investor, it usually isn't the best idea to purchase collector's pieces because of the high prices. If you want to learn more about QSB, visit our website: http://www.qualitysilverbullion.com