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Silver Coin vs. Round: Understanding the Key Differences for Precious Metal Investors!

Money Metals goes over the difference between a silver coin and a silver round. 💰🪙

Silver Coins -

Silver Rounds -

Coins are always minted by a sovereign government (e.g., minted by the United States) 🏛️. They also always have a minimum face value listed on the coin somewhere (minimum face value is $1) 💲 and they are typically dated 📅.

There's almost always going to be a date on silver coins. They have legal tender as well as melt value 💸.

Silver Rounds are privately minted. They don't typically have a date on them, although that can vary. Sometimes they will have a date on them as well, but you'll notice there's no sovereign government listed because they are privately minted 🏭.

They don't have any face value listed either. It won't say it's worth a dollar, like the Silver Eagle did. They only have that melt value to it... 💎

That is the biggest difference between a coin and a round! ✨





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Stefan Gleason is President of the Sound Money Defense League, a national grassroots lobbying organization working to restore gold & silver to their historical role as America's constitutional money. He also leads Money Metals Exchange, a national precious metals dealer with over 50,000 customers. Gleason has frequently appeared on national television networks such as CNN, FoxNews, & CNBC, & his writings have appeared in hundreds of publications such as the Wall Street Journal,, Seeking Alpha, Detroit News, Washington Times, & National Review.
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