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Australia Silver Kookaburra from the Perth Mint – Celebrating 25 Years

Australia Silver Kookaburra from the Perth Mint – Celebrating 25 Years

The 2015 version of the Silver Kookaburra marks the 25th year that the silver coin has been minted by the Perth Mint in Australia. The Kookaburra coins are a signature product of the Perth Mint and are one of the most widely-collected modern world coins across the globe. The inspiration for the silver coins, Kookaburras, are found in Australia and New Guinea and are the largest birds in the Tree Kingfishers family – growing up to 18 inches in length. Their beaks get up to 4 inches long, suiting... read more

Posted in: The Vault Blog - 06/11/2015

Pledge of Allegiance 1oz .999 Silver Medallion – The June 2015 Silver of the Month

Pledge of Allegiance 1oz .999 Silver Medallion – The June 2015 Silver of the Month

The United States of America celebrates Flag Day annually on June 14th as a commemoration of the adoption of the flag of the U.S.A., which happened on June 14, 1777. In conjunction with the observance of Flag Day, we are featuring the Pledge of Allegiance .999 Silver Medallion as the June 2015 SilverTowne Silver of the Month. This 1 troy ounce silver medallion features a waving American Flag behind the head of a patriotic eagle. The week of June 14th is designated as National Flag Week in the... read more

Posted in: The Vault Blog - 06/04/2015

Rainbow Trout - 2015 North American Sportfish Canada Silver Proof Coin Series #4 of 4

Rainbow Trout - 2015 North American Sportfish Canada Silver Proof Coin Series #4 of 4

In conjunction with the Canadian Royal Mint, SilverTowne is proud to be the Exclusive Dealer in the United States for a Brand New 2015 Canadian Silver Coin Series featuring North American Sportfish! The series will highlight four popular species of fish: Largemouth Bass, Northern Pike, Walleye and Rainbow Trout. The fourth and final coin in the North American Sportfish series, Rainbow Trout, is now available. The 2015 Canada Silver North American Sportfish Rainbow Trout 1 Ounce Proof coin is... read more

Posted in: The Vault Blog - 05/29/2015

Vietnam Veterans Memorial – The Third Release in the 2015 America’s National Monuments Series

Vietnam Veterans Memorial – The Third Release in the 2015 America’s National Monuments Series

The third coin in an exciting new four-coin series highlighting some of the most well-known monuments in the United States is now available. The 2015 America’s National Monument Series continues with a 1oz .999 fine silver coin featuring the Vietnam Veterans Memorial. The coin is struck in proof quality and is issued as legal tender under the authority of Niue, an island country in the South Pacific Ocean. The Vietnam Veterans Memorial is an American national monument built to honor the men and women... read more

Posted in: The Vault Blog - 05/26/2015

Remembering Those That Made The Ultimate Sacrifice

Remembering Those That Made The Ultimate Sacrifice

We can never repay the men and women who have died while serving in the United States Armed Forces, but we can honor them by never forgetting their ultimate sacrifice. Memorial Day is the official U.S. federal holiday set aside to help all citizenry come together and do just that through community events, parades and other ceremonies. May 25, 2015 marks the 49th year for the official Memorial Day holiday, although the general concept has been around since just after... read more

Posted in: The Vault Blog - 05/22/2015

2015 Native American Sacagawea Dollar – Mohawk Ironworkers

2015 Native American Sacagawea Dollar – Mohawk Ironworkers

The 2015 release in the annual Native American Dollar series from the United States Mint, "Mohawk Ironworkers", is now available. The design commemorates the contributions of the Kahnawake Mohawk and Mohawk Akwesasne communities to the building of New York City and other skylines. These "high iron" construction workers helped with the building of many skyscrapers, including the Empire State Building. The reverse of the coin shows a Mohawk Ironworker reaching for an I-beam to help guide it into... read more

Posted in: The Vault Blog - 05/14/2015
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