Coins made using Silver as the base metal, are the oldest mass produced form of coinage.
As with all collectables the value of Silver coins is determined by the condition,rarity,and ammount minted.
The different forms of Silver coins produced are-
Silver Proof Coins are made by using highly polished dies.These strike the blanks more than once to produce a fine detailed image with a mirror like or matt surface.
These coins are of high quality and made for collectors.
Silver Bullion coin.
A coin struck in Silver whose value is generally determined by the market price of the metal as a commodity.
These coins values are also affected by the ammount minted each year.
Well known examples of Silver Bullion coins are-
British Britannia coins.
Mexican Libertad coin.
Canadian Maple Leaf coin.
Austrian Philharmonic coin.
Australian Kookaburra coin.
Chinese Panda coin.
Silver Brilliant Uncirculated.