Silver Bullion, Coins and Bars

You really can’t go wrong with silver – and that’s something that’s going to be increasingly true in the future as demand continues to outstrip supply.

It’s been a building theme for a while now. In fact, the value of silver has gone up approximately 400% between 2004-2024 – and it’s a trend that shows no signs of slowing. In other words, the best time to buy silver may be right now, as the silver train pulls away from the station…

At Birch Gold, you’ll find a selection of silver coins, including the famed American Silver EaglesSilver Britannia Coins, and such U.S. numismatic classics as Walking Liberty half dollars. We also have a wide variety of silver bullion bars, silver rounds and even proof silver coins for sale.

2 oz Canadian twin maple leaf coin, front and back
2 oz Silver Twin Maples
Following the popularity of its 1 oz Silver Maple Leaf coin, in 2017, the Royal Canadian Mint commissioned the natural evolut...
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Britannia Silver Coins
After their 1987 launch, British Britannia gold coins became one of the most widely-recognized gold bullion coins in the worl...
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Morgan Silver Dollar
In its day, the Morgan Silver Dollar was the ultimate hedge against inflation. Designed by U.S. Mint Assistant Engraver Georg...
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Silver Bars and Rounds
Silver bars and rounds represent some of the simplest ways to purchase physical silver because they usually hold a value that...
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Silver Gyrfalcon Coin
The gyrfalcon has been prized by humans as a hunting companion since ancient times. Associated not only with falconry but als...
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Silver Peace Dollar Coin
First commissioned to commemorate the peace following World War I, and minted beginning in 1921 as result of the Pittman Act,...
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Silver Polar Bear Coin
In the vast Canadian Arctic, Ursus maritimus is king. Like its homeland, it is massive – males can weigh up to 800 kilogram...
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Silver Rose Crown Guinea
Official legal tender of Saint Helena, this spectacular silver coin in an unusual weight celebrates the history of its maker,...
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America the Beautiful Silver Coins
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Britannia and Liberty Silver Coins
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Queen Elizabeth 1 oz fixed mintage silver laurel coin
Queen Elizabeth Silver Laurel Coin
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Saint Helena Silver Napoleon Bee Coin
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Silver Saint Helena 250g East India Company Coin Bar
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Silver St. Helena Standing Lion Guinea 1.25 oz Coin
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Walking Liberty Silver Half Dollar
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The Silver Experts

Whether you’re looking to purchase silver for home storage or are interested in adding to your precious metals IRA, we’re ready and able to assist you with any questions you may have. Give us a call today at (800) 355-2116 and we’ll walk you through the process of buying real physical silver, step by step.

Have a basic question in the meantime? Here are some answers to frequently asked questions.

What is the best 1 oz silver coin to buy?

There’s no right or wrong answer to this question – and you’ll get a different answer from every expert you ask. When it comes down to it, if you’re an investor who is just out to maximize your profit and you aren’t interested in a specific design, the best coin to buy is the one with a long mintage history, that’s globally popular and instantly recognizable. Birch Gold customers have voted with their dollars and selected the American silver eagle as the most popular (if not the best) 1 oz silver coin to buy.

Virtually every national mint makes their own 1 oz silver coin, though. And there are some truly remarkable examples. When it comes to cutting-edge anti-counterfeiting technologies embedded in every coin, both the Canadian silver maple leaf and the 1 oz silver Britannia are fantastic choices. Thanks to silver’s unique combination of popularity and affordability, you’re absolutely spoiled for choices. No matter which coin you choose, you’ll not only get some of the finest examples of old world craftsmanship money can buy – you’ll also receive the benefits of an inflation-resistant, tangible financial asset. What’s the best 1 oz silver coin to buy? It’s more important to answer the question, How many 1 oz silver coins do you want to buy?

What is the best way to buy silver?

If you’re looking to buy investment quality silver, we make it easy for you at Birch Gold. For those looking to take physical possession of their precious metals, we’ll get your silver coins and bars shipped directly to your door. Alternately, if you’d like to diversify your retirement savings and buy silver with money you’ve already saved, we can help you open a  precious metals IRA. We have a wide variety of IRA-approved silver coins you can purchase with your retirement savings.

How much is 1 oz of silver?

The price of silver changes constantly, which is why the price of silver products also constantly changes (meaning the answer is always different). The term “spot price” refers to the market value of silver at any given moment; what you’ll pay when you buy silver is the spot price plus manufacturing, shipping and storage costs, plus dealer costs. View the live price of silver and other precious metals here.

Or if you meant “how much is 1 oz of silver?” in terms of its size, at 1.6 inches in diameter, a 1 oz silver coin is bigger than typical circulating coins. A 1 oz silver bar is about the size of a Zippo lighter (and half as thick).