Save Up To 11% On 2013 Graded Silver American Eagles

The First 2013 Graded Silver Eagles Are Now In Stock. Add These Collectible Coins To Your Collection And Save On Any Quantity.

The First 2013 Graded Silver Eagles Are Now In Stock. Add These Collectible Coins To Your Collection And Save On Any Quantity.

The Silver American Eagle is one of the most popular Silver bullion coins in North America, and 2013 Certified Silver American Eagles are highly valued by collectors. Certified Eagles are in demand for many reasons:

• Graded Coins: These coins are graded perfect 70 or near perfect 69 on the Sheldon Grading Scale of 1 (barely discernible) to 70 (absolute perfection). First Strikes and Early Releases are available.
• Certified And Authenticated: 2013 Certified Silver American Eagles come in sealed plastic casings from PCGS and NGC, two of the industry’s leading grading services. This protects the coins and guarantees their condition.
• Classic 1916 Design: Adolph A. Weinman’s Walking Liberty design is widely considered one of the most beautiful American coin designs. It is featured on the obverse (or front) of the Silver Eagle.


This is a special opportunity to save on rare and beautiful 2013 Certified Silver American Eagles, the newest graded coins in the series that began in 1986. These savings of up to 11% are only available for a limited time. Order yours today while supplies last!

Before They Sell Out, The First Proof Silver Eagles Of 2013

The First Proof Silver Eagle of 2013

The First Proof Silver Eagle of 2013

Struck from specially treated dies, these 2013 Proof Silver American Eagles have features that make them unique collectibles. Backgrounds shimmer with a mirrorlike finish while frosted raised devices amplify details in the classic design. Moreover, the U.S. government controls the mintage, guaranteeing their scarcity. Click here to buy.

Product of the Week: 2013 1 oz Silver Australian Koala

2013 1 oz Silver Koala

2013 1 oz Silver Koala

In 2007, the Perth Mint of Australia began minting a beautiful bullion coin: the Silver Koala. These Silver coins celebrate the iconic marsupial of Australia. Due to the variety of designs on the Silver Koala coins, they have become one of the country’s favorite collectibles and are gaining popularity around the world!

Each 1 oz Silver Australian Koala is struck in .999 fine Silver. The obverse of this Silver coin features the Ian Rank-Broadley designed likeness of Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth II and lists the face value of the coin, $1. The 2013 issue depicts an adult koala sitting in the fork of a eucalyptus tree. Each year, the Silver Koala coins feature a different design, which makes them very attractive to collectors. Also, since this is just the seventh year of mintage for the Silver Koalas, you would not have to buy many backdated coins in order to have a complete collection.

The Perth Mint was founded in 1899 as a branch of Britain’s Royal Mint to help supply the Gold sovereigns and half sovereigns, which were used as everyday circulating coins throughout the British Empire. In 1970, control of the mint passed from Britain to the Western Australian Government, which still owns it to this day.

Don’t miss your chance to own these beautiful collector’s items. Get your 2013 1 oz Silver Australian Koala coins from APMEX today!

Product of the Week: 2012 1 oz Silver New Zealand Mint $2 Fiji Taku .999 Fine

2012 1 oz Silver New Zealand Mint $2 Fiji Taku .999 FineThe 2012 Silver Taku is the official bullion coin of the South Pacific island nation of Fiji. Depicting the endangered Hawksbill Turtle, this coin is an attractive addition to any collection or investment portfolio.

Named for its distinct hawk-like beak, the Hawksbill Turtle is called the Taku on the islands of Fiji. One of two main turtle species found in the waters of Fiji, Hawksbill Turtles are under great pressure to survive because of human fishing practices. These coins bring awareness to the plight of this critically endangered species with a stunning artistic design.

The Taku is the main feature of this Silver issue and is seen swimming along the ocean floor amidst tiny bubbles. The animal’s shell features stylized markings that resemble the waves of the ocean which it calls home. The words “Fiji Taku,” along with the metal, weight and purity, complete the design on the reverse. Queen Elizabeth II is depicted on the obverse encircled by her name, the country of issue, the two dollar denomination and the date of 2012.

The island nation of Fiji has limited the mintage of these 1 oz .999 fine Silver Taku coins to 350,000, adding instant collectibility. Order yours today to add to your collection or investment portfolio. APMEX makes it easy to buy Silver coins by offering competitive Silver prices on all Silver coin

Tuesday links: Silver’s climb

Precious Metals

Silver prices climb, oil falls, grains continue to rise (Washington Post)

Gold May Decline for Third Day as Greek Downgrade Hurts Euro (Bloomberg Businessweek)

Return to gold standard would be damaging: report (Reuters)

Chasing Gold Coins to Spain (Forbes)

Silver Soars 4.5%; Gold Hits Three-Month High (WSJ)


U.S. Bank Lending Increased in Late 2011 (WSJ)

Home prices fell in December in most US cities (AP)

U.S. Consumer Sentiment Climbs Toward ’08 Levels (Bloomberg)

Euro Rises Against Dollar, Yen Before ECB Bank-Loan Operation (Bloomberg Businessweek)


FINALLY, DOW CLOSES ABOVE 13000: Here’s What You Need To Know (BusinessInsider)