Wednesday, January 30, 2013

Keiser Ethical One Ounce Silver 999 Round

Keiser Ethical Silver (KES) present a unique opportunity to purchase fine .999-pure recycled silver one-ounce rounds.

The name "Keiser" refers to Max Keiser, a world-famous TV presenter, radio host, entrepreneur, broadcaster and journalist, and financial commentator. He hosts Keiser Report, a financial program broadcast on RT (Russia Today).

Max Keiser is famous for his promotion of silver as an investment and as a form of protection against the debasement of fiat currencies.

The obverse features a detailed image of a bank vault surrounded by Max Keiser's slogan "GLOBAL INSURRECTION AGAINST BANKER OCCUPATION." The reverse bears the recycling symbol surrounding the globe.

Freedom Girl One Ounce Silver Round - 4th in the Silver Bullet Silver Shield Series



Freedom Girl is the first medallion in the Silver Bullet Silver Shield series done with full creative control given to Heidi Wastweet.


Heidi is known for her images of strong and beautiful women, most notably, Pandora Defiant. Now she has created a new beauty for a new generation.

Men have been know to fight to the death for women, treasure and freedom.


Freedom Girl is a stunning combination of all three. Every aspect of Heidi's design brings out a gorgeous update of the classic Peace Dollar. The original Peace Dollar had her hair tied in a bun with an uncomfortable tiara perched on her head. Freedom Girl's hair is wild and free.

Freedom Girl's parted lips and gaze of almost ecstasy looking forward to the future is so seductive, as Freedom should be. Even her shoulder arching forward brings out more emotion from this modern beauty. She is finished off with modern cues of a hoop earring and a tattoo of the Trivium.

 The Trivium is the foundation for individual freedom from outside manipulation. What better way to make Freedom sexy than Freedom Girl?

As with so many other words in our language, there is a psychological warfare going on to control us, even between the words Freedom and Liberty.

We chose "Freedom" over the Peace Dollar's "Liberty" simply because Liberty is Freedom granted by a power. This is most notable when military men are granted 24 hour liberty to go out on the town.

 Whereas Freedom is the ability of the individual to do whatever they want with their time without coercion. A tyranny can give Liberty, but not Freedom. A man can only assert his Freedom or give it away.

The Peace Dollar is regarded as one of the most beautiful coins in the world.


It was struck by the US mint after World War One commemorating the "War to End All Wars". 34 year old sculptor Anthony de Francisci used his wife Teresa as a model for the coin. This coin is one of the most classically beautiful coins in the US Mint's history. It is now time to create a more modern beauty.

The fourth release in the Silver Bullet Silver Shield Series is the Freedom Girl Medallion.

Tuesday, January 29, 2013

Silver Edition: Prices, Bullion, ETFs, Supply & Demand ▸ Commodities Confidential w/ CPM Group

The Silver Edition: A discussion about the future of Silver Prices, Bullion, ETFs, Supply & Demand ▸ Commodities Confidential w/ CPM Group

 

We're talking all things silver: prices, ETFs, bullion & coins, the surplus market, and what the debt ceiling may have in store for the silver market.

CPM Group's Mu Li joins us to explain this and more on the first silver-edition of "Commodities Confidential". Beginning w/ the January spike in silver ETF holdings-- Li confirms that by mid-January, there was a 20M ounce increase in silver ETF holdings.

According to Li, this is indicative of the investor positiveness over silver and the precious metals complex that they've seen thus far in Jan. 2013; although this also coincides with the bullish sentiment they're seeing in stocks and other risk assets, Li notes that it only amounts to $620M in terms of asset allocation, a minuscule fraction of the capital that has been allocated to risk assets during this recent spike.

Regarding the reported silver surplus of 207M ounces, Li confirms that although silver is still in a surplus market, investors have typically been absorbing the surplus metal in the silver market. Continuing with the subject of supply and demand, the surplus would seem to suggest that silver is less sensitive to these issues; Mu explains, however, that because silver is mined as a byproduct of lead, zinc and copper production, silver supply is actually highly sensitive to base metals prices; in turn, higher silver prices stimulate base metal mine development, feeding the supply-demand relationship.

Furthermore, although primary silver mines are accounting for growing percentage of total silver mine supply, up 5% from last year, they still only account for roughly a quarter of total silver mine supply. Mu Li continues to cover all other aspects of the silver market, including the possible silver bullion coin shortage following the U.S. Mint's halting of Silver Eagle sales, and what may be in store for the silver market given the looming debt ceiling and on-going fiscal cliff issues. Kitco News, January 25, 2013.

Monday, January 28, 2013

Why Can't Germany Get Its Gold Back?! Interview With David Morgan Gold and Silver

David Morgan from The Silver Report chats with Cambridge House Live anchor Bridgitte Anderson about silver, gold and the global economy.

 Taped at Cambridge House International's Vancouver Resource Investment Conference in January 2013.
 

The Money Powers Versus Silver, Gold & the People - Part 1

Mike Krieger from Liberty Blitzkrieg joins us to talk about the perceived silver shortage - is it real, or just hysteria.

Is Apple really having a hard time securing physical silver for fabrication?

We talk about the Central Banks and the world powers aligned against humanity, the fight for liberty and the Second Amendment - Liberty's last line of defense.

 

2013 $1 Silver Proof Coin – Bicentenary of the Holey Dollar and Dump “C” Mintmark

Holey Dollar and Dump

To commemorate 200 years of a nation’s first official currency, the Royal Australian Mint’s 2013 mintmark and privy mark coin program will feature a replica of the Holey Dollar and Dump as the basis of design

The Holey Dollar and Dump were introduced to stamp out the corrupt rum trade and provide the first official currency for the fledgling colony of New South Wales. In 1812, Governor Lachlan Macquarie arranged for a special shipment of 40 000 Spanish dollars to arrive in Australia and set pardoned forger William Henshall to work fashioning the new currency.

Henshall was able to develop his own minting technology with the limited resources of the colony at the time and he marked his work by placing the initial ‘H’ on some of the dies produced. Now rare and valuable, the original coins were in circulation between 1813 and 1829.

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Technical Specifications:
 
 Denotation Metal Diameter Mass Finish Mintage
$1 Ag 25.00mm 11.66g Proof 12,500

Australian Koala 2013 One Ounce Silver Gilded Edition – Perth Mint

Australian Koala 2013 One Ounce Silver Gilded Gold Coin

Australian Koala 2012 Gold Proof features:
  • Proof Quality 99.99% Pure Gold
  • Simply Stunning 2012 Koala Design
  • Limited Mintages
  • Australian Legal Tender
  • Numbered Certificate of Authenticity
  • Presentation Packaging

New Reverse Design

Gilded in 24-carat gold, this adult koala is depicted sitting in a eucalyptus tree, the primary dwelling for this iconic Australian animal. The reverse design also includes the inscription AUSTRALIAN KOALA and The Perth Mint’s ‘P’ mintmark.

24-Carat Gilding

The koala design features precision-applied 24-carat gilding, a spectacular numismatic treatment creating wonderful visual appeal.

Specimen Quality 99.9% Pure Silver

The coin is struck by The Perth Mint from 1oz of 99.9% pure silver in specimen quality.

Australian Legal Tender

Issued as legal tender under the Australian Currency Act 1965, the coin’s obverse depicts the Ian Rank-Broadley effigy of Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth II and the monetary denomination.

Extremely Limited Issue

The Perth Mint will release no more than 5,000 of these Australian Koala 2013 1oz Silver Gilded Editions in this packaging, from a maximum coin mintage of 10,000.

Presentation Packaging

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The coin is packaged in a presentation case and shipper and with a numbered Certificate of Authenticity.

Technical Specifications:

Silver Content (Troy oz) 1
Monetary Denomination (AUD) 1
Fineness (% purity) 99.9
Minimum Gross Weight (g) 31.135
Maximum Diameter (mm) 40.60
Maximum Thickness (mm) 4.00
Maximum Mintage 10,000
Designer Tom Vaughan

Read more at http://australiasilver.com/australian-koala-2013-one-ounce-silver-gilded-edition-perth-mint/#g4XkszGMFKUcPRcQ.99

Doctor Who 50th Anniversary One Ounce 999 Silver Coin - New Zealand Mint



About the Coin:

Doctor Who is currently the longest running and most successful science fiction television series of all time. Produced in Great Britain by the BBC, the programme depicts the adventures of a time traveling, humanoid alien known as the Doctor.

He explores the universe in his TARDIS, a telepathic travel machine that’s bigger on the inside than the outside, and outwardly appears to be a blue 1960s British police box. Along with a succession of companions, the Doctor faces a variety of foes while working to save civilizations, help those he comes in contact with, and right wrongs across the universe.

Doctor Who first aired in 1963, and to date the title role has been played by eleven different actors. The program has received recognition from critics and the public as being one of the finest British television series ever produced and is aired around the globe.

Reverse Design:

This depicts an engraved relief of the iconic TARDIS used by the Doctor to travel through time and space.

This bursts forth out of a dynamic high quality colour printed background representing time travel. The coins border features the finely engraved words Doctor Who 50th Anniversary 1963 – 2013.

Obverse Design:

Each coin features the Ian Rank-Broadley effigy of Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth II. The coin enclosed is issued by New Zealand Mint as legal tender, under the authority of Niue Island.

Packaging Design:

Please note – this packaging is subject to final licensor approval.  The final product may vary slightly from what is shown. 

The 50th Anniversary coin is packaged in the iconic Doctor Who TARDIS, the telepathic travel machine.  The doors of the TARDIS slide open to display the 1oz coin and certificate of authenticity inside.

Technical Specifications:

Metal: 999 Silver
Finish: Proof
Diameter: 40.1 mm
Edge: Milled
Denomination: $2
Year of Issue: 2013
Mintage: 10,000

Sunday, January 20, 2013

Gold, Silver Notch Second Straight Weekly Gain



Gold, silver and other precious metals notched solid gains this week. But on Friday, goldfutures for February delivery declined $3.80, or 0.2%, to end at $1,687.00 an ounce on the Comex in New York.

The loss pulled prices back from Thursday’s more than one-month high, though gold still climbed 1.6% for the week for a second straight weekly advance.

The higher weekly close "may embolden gold bulls who are expected to come back into the market," MarketWatch relayed comments from Mark O’Byrne, research director at GoldCore. "Similarly, the surge in silver prices this week could lead to follow through technical buying next week."

Bulls overshadow the bears in weekly gold surveys. In Bloomberg’s survey of analysts and traders, 19 participants expect higher gold prices in the coming days compared to 10 who were bearish and 4 neutral. Kitco’s survey is also weighted bullish. "In the Kitco News Gold Survey, out of 33 participants, 26 responded this week.

Of those 26 participants, 18 see prices up, while three see prices down, and five see prices moving sideways," reports Kitco. "The gold market has put in a choppy trade for 2013, but after holding support at this week’s lows at $1,669.40 an ounce and then rallying on Thursday off of session lows to close with gains, most participants in the Kitco News Gold Survey said they expect prices to have enough momentum to take out resistance at the $1,700 an ounce area…" Year-to-date, gold is under performing when compared to other precious metals.  It has gained $11.20, or 0.7%, in 2013.

Silver, Platinum and Palladium Futures

In other New York bullion futures on Friday and for the week: March silver prices added 12.2 cents, or 0.4%, to $31.932 an ounce. The settlement is a fresh, nearly five-week high. Silver led metals this week, rising 5.0% for a net gain of $1.52. Like gold, it also extended its weekly winning streak to two after falling for six straight. Platinum for April delivery fell $26.50, or 1.6%, to $1,674.00 an ounce.

Despite the sizable loss, for the week it gained 2.6%. While giving away the advantage Friday, platinum on Tuesday topped gold for the first time since April. That day’s gains of $31.70 came on news of planned production cuts from the world’s largest platinum producer. Sister metal palladium retreated as well Friday. March palladium dipped $3.40, or 0.5%, to $722.75 an ounce.

Palladium advanced 3.0% this week. Across the group of metals so far this year, gains include 5.6% for silver, 8.5% for platinum and 2.8% for palladium.

London Precious Metals

Precious metals in London were split with gold and silver higher and PGM’s lower.

When comparing the latest London PM fixings: Gold rose $13.50, or 0.8%, to $1,688.50 an ounce, Silver advanced 32.0 cents, or 1.0%, to $31.82 an ounce, Platinum shed $6.00, or 0.4%, to $1,677.00 an ounce, and Palladium dipped $3.00, or 0.4%, to $722.00 an ounce Each of the metals in London notched gains this week. Increases were 1.9% for gold, 3.7% for silver, 3.1% for platinum and 4.1% for palladium.

High Margin Requirements Are Killing The Silver Market


The CME raising margins for Silver Futures to such a degree that relative to market price, futures multiplier, and physical demand by consumers is just too high has basically killed the silver market.

Throw in the fact that many brokerages have even higher margins than the exchange margins, and outside of a fed announcement, the silver market has all but dried up, when compared to the much more active physical market for silver.


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The Silver contract which closed Friday at $31.93 an ounce has an initial margin of $16,940 with an overnight margin of $11,000 at a typical brokerage.

Now I know this market went through a very volatile trading phase, and with all the turmoil regarding Europe and central bank decisions around the world, it was probably a good idea to raise margins beyond normal percent driven formulaic metrics, until things settled down given the number and magnitude of the trading losses experienced at many brokerages.

As in, when brokerages institute higher margins than exchanges this tells you how many accounts were blown out with the crazy gyrations in the silver market when it was having 20% swings in a week.

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I know margins have come down from the $21,000 to $26,000 level as the precious metals markets have settled into the new monetary landscape, but silver margins are still too high relative to the volatility and price in the contract.

How do I know this? The reason is that the silver futures market is not reflective of the actual demand in the physical silver market where at times the silver physical market is priced higher than the futures market.

Furthermore, consumers just cannot get enough of those American Eagle silver coins. I reference the fact that the mint has sold out of silver coins again.

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In addition, with Platinum surging, at a higher price than Gold for a brief period this week due to mining concerns and stronger economic data of which is important due to the industrial use for the metal.

Well, silver plays the happy medium ground in being a store of value more than Platinum, but more of an industrial metal than Gold.

I believe the Silver market is mispriced relative to the price of Gold, Platinum, and the market dynamics in the physical space regarding Silver demand by the consumer.

Therefore, what is a fair price for Silver? What price do you think it should be trading at if margins were the right amount? First of all, I think the correct margins for the silver futures contract should be $9000 per contract with the overnight maintenance amount of $7200.

And given this margin level, and a healthier participation level, I envision silver trading around $42 to $45 dollars an ounce. Moreover, the brokerages need to have the same margin levels as the exchanges.

There are other ways to manage risk for the clients and the brokerages through comprehensive liquidation procedures and account monitoring.

As it is always bad when electronic markets are so constrained that they don`t adequately reflect the demand in the physical market.

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Mint Runs Out of 2013 Silver Coins, Suspends Sales


Mint has suspended sales of its 2013 American Eagle silver bullion coins after running out of stock due to soaring investor demand for the newly minted coins in the first two weeks of the year.

Sales to authorized dealers will resume on or about the week of January 28 after the U.S. Mint has replenished its inventory, it said in an email to authorized dealers on Thursday. The coins are produced at the Mint's West Point, New York, facility.

While it is typical for collectors to snap up newly stamped coins, interest this year has ballooned due to investors seeking refuge from U.S. economic uncertainty.

Silver Eagle sales to January 15 exceeded 5 million ounces and were on track to surpass the all-time monthly high of 6.1 million ounces, set in January 2012.

Physical coin sales had risen in the final months of 2012 as investors protected their nest eggs from a feared U.S. recession. Many economists predicted a U.S. economic downturn would occur if Congress and the White House did not act to stop pending huge tax hikes and automatic spending cuts known as the "fiscal cliff."

It is not the first time the Mint has faced a run on its stock. It started allocating sales to authorized dealers in recent years after its supplies were depleted by unprecedented demand.

The Mint had been due to start taking orders for coins, which fetch just under $63 each, from the general public on January 24.

Saturday, January 19, 2013

TRANSFORMERS One Ounce 999 Silver Two Coin Set - New Zealand Mint





About the Design:
'More that meets the eye'
New Zealand Mint is thrilled to launch one of the world’s most successful toy franchises as a legal tender coin set. 
With their ability to change in a moment from a car, airplane, truck, camera or stereo into a giant extraterrestrial robot, the TRANSFORMERS capture the imagination of both young and young at heart. This two coin set is beautiful presented in a TRANSFORMERS themed display cube.  Get your set today, and transform your collection.
Reverse Design:
Each coin dramatically depicts Optimus Prime and Megatron in high quality colour. These are set against an engraved relief background along with the iconic TRANSFORMERS logo.
Obverse Design:
Each coin features the Raphael Maklouf effigy of Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth II.
Packaging:
The coins are presented in a TRANSFORMERS themed display cube featuring silver embossed Decepticon and Autobot insignias.
TRANSFORMERS and all related characters are trademarks of Hasbro & are used with permission. © 2012 Hasbro. Inc. All rights reserved.
Specifications:
Metal.999 Silver
FinishProof
Diameter40.7 mm
EdgeMilled
Denomination$2
Year of Issue2013
Mintage5,000

Sunday, January 13, 2013

Giant Coconut Crab 1oz Silver - Pitcairn Islands Legal Tender Coin

Giant Coconut Crab 




1oz Silver This 2013 coin features a coloured image of the Giant Coconut Crab printed on the finely engraved silver background of a beach. Each coin is presented in a delightful coconut shaped case scented with a distinctive coconut oil fragrance.

The obverse of the coin features the Raphael Maklouf effigy of Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth II. The Giant Coconut Crab, also known as the robber crab or palm thief, is a species of terrestrial hermit crab and largest land-living arthropod in the world.

Found on islands across the Indian Ocean and parts of the Pacific Ocean, the species is widely reported to climb trees to pick coconuts, which it then opens to eat.

Saturday, January 12, 2013

2013 Silver Britannia Ounce Ounce Coin - Great Britain


While silver Britannia has always offered beauty and reliability it now also gives you 0.999 purity. The legendary figure of Britannia has symbolised Britain’s strength and integrity on coinage since Roman times.

Little wonder then that the silver Britannia, with such a depth of history behind it, has been a popular choice with bullion investors ever since its introduction in 1997.

This new specification combined with its tradition and integrity gives new life for today’s investment customer.

The 2013 Britannia Silver Bullion coin contains one ounce of 0.999 fine silver and measures an impressive 38.61mm in diameter. Coins are designed for mass storage and safe transit with new tube packaging from November 2012 providing exceptional convenience for all silver bullion coin buyers.

The Design – Britannia: An Enduring Icon of Britain

The 2013 UK Britannia Silver Bullion coin features Philip Nathan’s original, breathtaking portrait of Britannia framed in a crenellated border unique to Britannia coins. The figure of Britannia has long been a symbol of British national pride. This classic design is instantly recognised across the world as a timeless image of strength, grace and protection.

The obverse of each 2013 Britannia Silver Bullion coin bears the current portrait of the Queen by Ian Rank-Broadley FRBS.

Mintages

The 2013 UK Britannia Silver Bullion Coin has an unlimited mintage.

Presentation & Packaging

Coins are designed for mass storage with new tube packaging from November 2012 providing exceptional convenience for all silver bullion coin buyers. Silver Britannias are packaged with 20 coins per tube, 25 tubes per box.

Thursday, January 10, 2013

Echidna – Australian Bush Babies II 2013 Half Ounce Silver Proof Legal Tender Coin






Echidna – Australian Bush Babies II 2013 Half Ounce Silver Proof Coin from The Perth Mint, featuring:
  • Baby Echidna Reverse Design
  • Proof Quality 99.9% Pure Silver
  • Australian Legal Tender
  • Limited Mintage – 10,000
  • Numbered Certificate of Authenticity
  • Presentation Packaging 
  • Proof Quality 99.9% Pure Silver

     

    The coin is struck by The Perth Mint from 1/2oz of 99.9% pure silver in proof quality.

    Baby Echidna Reverse Design

     

    The coin’s reverse depicts an irresistible coloured image capturing the uniqueness and charm of a beautiful baby echidna. As well as The Perth Mint’s ‘P’ mintmark, the design features a friendly Australian insect and delicately frosted representations of Australian bush flowers.

    Australian Legal Tender

     

    Issued as legal tender under the Australian Currency Act 1965, the coin’s obverse depicts the Ian Rank-Broadley effigy of Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth II.

    Limited Mintage

     

    The Perth Mint will release no more than 10,000 of these Australian Bush Babies II – Echidna 2013 1/2oz Silver Proof Coins.

    Numbered Certificate of Authenticity

     

    Each coin is accompanied by a numbered Certificate of Authenticity.

    Presentation Packaging

     

    Each coin is housed in an attractive presentation display case and superbly illustrated shipper.

Saturday, January 5, 2013

World Famous Squares 2013 One Ounce Silver Proof Four-Coin Set






World Famous Squares 2013 One Ounce Silver Proof Four-Coin Set from The Perth Mint, featuring:
  • Four-Square Shaped Coins
  • Proof Quality 99.9% Pure Silver
  • Stunning Reverse Designs
  • Extremely Limited Mintage – 1,000
  • Panoramic Presentation Packaging

Proof Quality 99.9% Pure Silver


Each coin is struck in a rare square format by The Perth Mint from 1oz of 99.9% pure silver in proof quality.

Stunning Reverse Designs


This stunning set comprises four coins depicting the beautiful architecture of some of the world’s most famous city squares: St Peter’s Square (Vatican City), Trafalgar Square (London, England), Red Square (Moscow, Russia) and Tiananmen Square (Beijing, China).
Each coin’s reverse portrays an aerial view of the individual square in colour, with the name of the square inscribed in bold letters. The coin’s weight and purity and The Perth Mint’s ‘P’ mintmark are also included in the design.

Tuvalu Legal Tender


Issued as Tuvalu legal tender, each coin’s obverse depicts the Ian Rank-Broadley effigy of Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth II, the 2013 year-date and the monetary denomination.

Limited Mintage


The Perth Mint will release no more than 1,000 of these World Famous Squares 2013 1oz Silver Proof Four-Coin Sets.

Panoramic Presentation Packaging


The four-coin set is housed in an exciting contemporary display case, allowing a clear view of the reverse and obverse of each coin. Boxed in a shipper, this set is accompanied by a numbered Certificate of Authenticity validating the sets mintage.

 TECHNICAL SPECIFICATIONS:

Silver Content (Troy oz) 1
Monetary Denomination (TVD) 1
Fineness (% purity) 99.9
Minimum Gross Weight (g) 31.135
Maximum Diameter (mm) 33.20 x 33.20
Maximum Thickness (mm) 4.00
Maximum Mintage 1,000
Designer Aleysha Howarth

Friday, January 4, 2013

Australian Holey Dollar and Dump 200th Anniversary 2013 Silver Proof Coin Set


As the first coins struck in New South Wales, the Holey Dollar and Dump hold an unequalled place in Australian numismatic history.

Originally purchased by the British Government, 40,000 Spanish dollars had their centres removed in 1813 as a short-term solution to the colony’s currency crisis. The outer ring (Holey Dollar) and centre (Dump) were counter-stamped with the name of the colony and their new monetary values, five shillings and fifteen pence, respectively.

To celebrate the 200th anniversary of the Australian Holey Dollar and Dump, The Perth Mint has released this commemorative two-coin set.

Original Holey Dollar and Dump Reverse Design


The reverse of the Holey Dollar replicates an original dollar, including the outer inscription, DEI GRATIA 1788 CAROLUS III, with the inner rim inscription reading NEW SOUTH WALES 1813.
The reverse of the Dump replicates an original dump, depicting a crown and the inscription NSW 1813.

Proof Quality 99.9% Pure Silver


Each coin is struck by The Perth Mint from 99.9% pure silver in proof quality.

Extremely Limited Mintage


The Perth Mint will release no more than 4,000 of these 200th Anniversary of the Australian Holey Dollar and Dump 2013 Silver Proof Coin Sets.

Australian Legal Tender


Issued as legal tender under the Australian Currency Act 1965, each coin’s obverse features the Ian Rank-Broadley effigy of Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth II, the 2013 year-date and the monetary denomination.

Presentation Packaging


Each coin is presented in a display case with illustrated shipper and numbered Certificate of Authenticity.

200th Anniversary of the Australian Holey Dollar and Dump 2013 Silver Proof Coin Set at The Perth Mint, featuring:
  • Original Holey Dollar And Dump Reverse Designs
  • Proof Quality 99.9% Pure Silver
  • Extremely Limited Mintage – 4,000
  • Australian Legal Tender
  • Presentation Packaging




Wednesday, January 2, 2013

Mythical Creatures Series - Griffin 2013 1 oz Silver Proof Coin Perth Mint Australia

 

Immerse your imagination in the magical world of mythical creatures with this new five-coin series! Beginning with the mighty Griffin, this mythical creature is part eagle, part lion and known for its bravery and strength.

Proof Quality 99.9% Pure Silver

The coin is struck by The Perth Mint from 1oz of 99.9% pure silver in proof quality.

Spectacular Coloured Reverse Design

The coin’s reverse portrays a magnificent coloured griffin against a backdrop of mountains and sky, along with the inscription ‘griffin’ and the monetary denomination.

Limited Mintage

No more than 5,000 of these Mythical Creatures – Griffin 2013 1oz Silver Proof Coins will be released by The Perth Mint.

Legal Tender

Issued as Tuvalu legal tender, the coin’s obverse depicts the Ian Rank-Broadley effigy of Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth II, the year-date and the monetary denomination.

Illustrated Presentation Packaging

This coin is housed in a black presentation case and illustrated shipper accompanied by a numbered Certificate of Authenticity.
 
Mythical Creatures – Griffin 2013 1oz Silver Proof Coin at The Perth Mint, featuring:
  • New Series
  • Proof Quality 99.9% Pure Silver
  • Spectacular Coloured Reverse Design
  • Limited Mintage – 5,000
  • Tuvalu Legal Tender
  • Illustrated Presentation Packaging
  • Donation to UNICEF-Australia

Tuesday, January 1, 2013

OPM Mushroom - One Troy Ounce 999 Silver Art Bar



These Ohio Precious Metals (OPM) bars are composed entirely of recycled silver making these the "greenest" available.

 Each bar contains 1 Troy Ounces, of .999 Fine Silver Bullion and is hallmarked as such. Minted by NTR metals in the USA.

 NTR Metals is one of the world's largest precious metals companies, making a market in all precious metal bullion and offering a full range of refining, recycling and minting services.

 NTR Metals operates over 50 locations throughout the United States and Europe and is an LBMA member and accredited refiner.

Slave Queen One Ounce 999 Silver Medallion Silver Bullet Silver Shield Series - Brilliant Uncirculated


The third release in the Silver Bullet Silver Shield Series is the Slave Queen Medallion.

”Let me issue and control a nation’s money and I care not who makes its laws”. – Mayer Rothschild
The first release of the Silver Bullet Silver Shield series struck at the heart of the Debt and Death paradigm, with the Rothschild banking family.

Now it is time to get to the figure head of it, Queen Elizabeth. The long and bloody trail of the British Empire has a record that cannot be matched.

Believe it or not, the British have invaded 9 out of 10 nations on Earth in their pursuit of global domination. Literally only 22 nations have not felt the Debt and Death of the British Empire. And yet, some how we hold this family in high esteem? Well, no more.

Their Royal power is a dying form of Elitism that needs to be brought to a symbolic end. It seems every few years they update the Queen’s profile to show her age over the past 60 years, now it is time to look at the true nature of this Elitist ruler that is on the back of so many silver coins. The stunning sculpting of Heidi Wastweet is back in the Slave Queen.


In the band of the Queen’s crown, the word OBEY is prominently displayed under 3 famous symbols.
The first symbol is a Poppy blossom symbolizing the many decade Opium War against China. The British had long had a silver trade deficit with China with the consumption of China’s silk and tea. The British West India company used the illegal drug importation of Opium to settle the enormous silver trade deficit Britain had with China. This form of colonialism ultimately gave rise to Mao’s bloody Communistic Revolution and China has never been the same since.

The second symbol is the Rothschild crest that made it’s first appearance on the Debt and Death Medallion. The banking power took whatever real power from this royal figurehead long before she was born.

The final symbol is the all seeing eye of Horus that the Elite love to flaunt over us.

The side is completed with the real message behind what the Elite’s are telling their serfs with the stiff upper lip mentality, KEEP CALM AND SLAVE ON