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Why add the Random Date Royal Canadian Mint 100 oz. Silver Bar to your stack?
The obverse of the bar displays the Royal Canadian Mint Maple Leaf logo, the 100 oz. weight, the year of manufacture and the AG .9999 purity notation. Each bar also has an individual serial number. Silver content and weight are guaranteed by the Royal Canadian Mint.
Opened on January 2, 1908 the Royal Canadian Mint made Canada’s first domestically produced coin: a fifty cent piece for circulation struck in sterling silver bearing the image of King Edward VII. Shortly after the silver production began the mint facility in Ottawa began minting British Gold Sovereigns and would continue to do so until 1919. The mint began refining operations in conjunction with stepped up gold bar and coin production in 1911 as the RCM Refinery was opened for operation in January of that year. The refinery purified the bullion mined in Canada and the mint made the bars and coins used by Great Britain to pay off debts accumulated during World War I.
In 1936 a new refinery facility was built with more capacity and remains in operation today supplying private citizens, industry and central banks worldwide. The 100 oz RCM .9999 Silver Bar’s attractive premium and larger metal content makes it a staple for any savvy stacker’s portfolio. Add this beautiful 100 oz Silver bar to your cart today!
This Random Date Royal Canadian Mint Logo 100 oz Silver Bar is proudly minted by the Royal Canadian Mint. The Royal Canadian Mint was founded in 1908 as a branch of The Royal Mint.
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Brexit shakes up the market with four for four in spot price spikes for the precious metals participants.
Remember just a few months ago when gold hit a low of $1,046.00 and then look at where we are today. At the time of my report this morning, gold is up $13.00 from yesterday’s close and $29 dollars higher in the last two days. Silver is up this morning $.25 cents and $ .51 cents higher in the last two days.
I wanted to share his comments with each one of you so you can hear from other sources on how damaging negative interest rates could be. These comments only add fuel to the momentum that has been created by ETF purchases from the beginning of the year.