What’s the Difference Between Precious Metal Coins, Bars, and Rounds?

 
 

What’s the Difference Between Precious Metal Coins, Bars, and Rounds?

A bullion coin’s face value is almost always lower than its intrinsic value, which is based on its metal composition. For example, the U.S. Mint’s American Silver Eagle contains 1 Troy oz. of .999 fine silver and has a face value of $1. As of 4:43PM ET 2/1/2017, its silver content was valued at a current “spot” price of $17.54, according to KITCO.

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Everything you Need to Know About Rhodium

Have you seen rhodium plated coins recently and wondered what exactly rhodium was and where it fits in the scheme of more traditional metals like gold and silver? Keep reading to learn more!

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