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NEW Enameled Five-Ounce American Flag Silver Bar available for gifting!

NEW Enameled Five-Ounce American Flag Silver Bar available for gifting!

The American Flag. Stars and Stripes. Old Glory. Nothing stands greater as a symbol of patriotism and pride for this great nation. Memorialized in .999 fine silver, our American Flag bar is unique and distinctive gift for any proud patriot, and is perfect for commemorating military service, academy graduation, rank advancement, or retirement. Since silver gifts are tangible assets, the gift becomes a true keepsake, one not easily discarded or forgotten. With the potential for an increase in value over time, the gift of silver could be considered a timeless investment.

This gorgeous .999 fine silver bar is minted at the SilverTowne Mint in...read more

Posted in: The Vault Blog - 02/17/2022

2022 American Women Quarters Proof Set Slated For March Release

2022 American Women Quarters Proof Set Slated For March Release

The United States Mint has recently added some known release dates to their 2022 production schedule. One of them happens to be the first product (not including single item releases) featuring ALL five quarters that are a part of the inaugural release of the American Women's Quarter Program that kicked off earlier this year. The program will continue through 2025 and will honor the contributions of five different women each year.

This first product is the 2022 American Women Quarters Proof Set, slated for release on March 8th at 12pm EST, includes all five...read more

Posted in: The Vault Blog - 02/15/2022

Evolution of a Denomination Series: Quarter Dollar Part One

Evolution of a Denomination Series: Quarter Dollar Part One

Mentioned a number of times throughout this series, the Coinage Act of April 2, 1792, established a mint and the regulation of coins of the United States. This not only established what is now known as the United States Mint, but the production of coins in silver, gold, and copper with denominations from half cents all the way to ten dollar gold eagles. While authorized in 1792, the quarter dollar denomination did not actually start getting issued until 1796

Draped Bust (1796-1807)

Designing the 1796 quarter dollar was of utmost importance to the Mint as...read more

Posted in: The Vault Blog - 02/10/2022

2022 Enameled Graduation Silver Pieces Now Available!

2022 Enameled Graduation Silver Pieces Now Available!

As of late, you probably have noticed that our enameled options have increased. While part of that is because of the recent addition of our own in-house painter, another reason is because our customers asked and we listened. Over the months the number of pieces featuring enameling has increased little by little and now we have a full blown collection featuring vibrant colors. More specifically, our 2022 Congratulations Graduate silver round.

Having EIGHT different colors available to match school colors, this .999 fine silver medallion features a hand-painted/enameled background in the single color of your choice. Those colors include black, yellow, red, blue, green, orange, maroon, and purple. The...read more

Posted in: The Vault Blog - 02/08/2022

100 Greatest U.S. Coins Series: 1884 Proof Trade Dollar

100 Greatest U.S. Coins Series: 1884 Proof Trade Dollar

Throughout our series covering the fourth edition of Whitman Publishing’s 100 Greatest U.S. Coins, we often cover rare coins. However, it is not often that we cover rare coins that come with a bit of mystery so much so that the coins just seem to have appeared years later out of nowhere from their original mintage date. Alongside author Jeff Garrett, we will explore a coin that does just that.

#66 - 1884 Proof Trade Dollar

Supported by United States Mint records, the 1884 Proof Trade Dollar has a mintage of just 10 coins. However, their mystique occurs as the coins were not known about...read more

Posted in: The Vault Blog - 02/03/2022

Silver of the Month: Basketball Shootin' Hoops Nothin' But Net 1oz .999 Silver Medallion

Silver of the Month: Basketball Shootin' Hoops Nothin' But Net 1oz .999 Silver Medallion

While some view February as the month of love, others look at it as the start of college basketball playoffs. Conferences start lining up their tournaments and teams start making early runs for March Madness. That is why we thought it fitting to make this month’s Silver of the Month about basketball. It is a SLAM DUNK if you know what we mean. Not sure what any of that means? Keep reading, please.

Do you like free shipping? Of course, you do. Do you like the opportunity to get silver without having to buy more than what you want? Who doesn’t? Welcome to our unofficial official silver of the month club where you do not have to sign up or enter any more...read more

Posted in: The Vault Blog - 02/01/2022
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