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Buy Silver Coins

Silver is up over 300% in the last few years and rising fast.

Of all the precious metals, gold is the most popular as an investment. Investors generally buy gold as a hedge or safe haven against any economic, political, social, or fiat currency crises (including investment market declines, burgeoning national debt, currency failure, inflation, war and social unrest).

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Silver Bullion Coins

Silver is in high demand basically because its supply is limited and as such its price is gradually rising. However, some financial analysts feel that although its price has been moving faster than gold, its current price is still below its potential. Therefore investment in silver makes a lot of sense. Its intrinsic value lies in the fact that its safeguards your savings, is a valuable medium of exchange and it is real money at any stage. In the current scenario it will be a smart move to buy silver because it can see you through periods of economic instability, inflation, volatility, and downturns.

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Ben Franklin Half Dollars
The introduction of the solid silver Benjamin Franklin half dollar coins in 1948 completed the conversion of U.S. coin designs from symbolic figures to portraits of famous Americans. Of all the Founding Fathers, Franklin very likely enjoyed the greatest stature among his contemporaries, not only in this country but also abroad. He was renowned as a printer, publisher, author, inventor, scientist and diplomat, and he played a pivotal role in helping the colonies gain their independence by securing vital aid from France.

The Benjamin Franklin half dollar silver coins feature a portrait of the famous American on the obverse. The Liberty Bell on the reverse made sense as a complement to Franklin, since both have become closely identified not only with the nation's birth but also with the city of Philadelphia.

Benjamin Franklin half dollars were minted for just 16 years, and the mintages were modest by modern-day standards. A full set of silver Franklin halves consists of 35 business strikes and 14 proofs. Production of the series was cut short at the end of 1963, when John F. Kennedy's assassination led to the creation of a new half dollar memorializing the president.

Because it is so compact and easily affordable in less-than-pristine grades, the series is widely collected by date and mint. Those with deeper pockets who love a challenge seek to assemble date-and-mint sets in MS-65 and above or collections of high-grade proof Franklins with deep cameo contrast. Many dates are difficult to find at higher mint-state grades, especially those with fully defined "bell lines" near the Liberty Bell's bottom. Although the relatively low mintage 1949-D and 1950-D issues are considered "key" dates in the series, some coins with higher mintages, while common in lower grades, also command impressive premiums in Mint State-65 and above. These coins routinely came with weak strikes, and the scarcity of "gems" is compounded by the fact that few were carefully saved. Dates in this category include 1960-D, 1961-P and D and 1962-P and D. Premiums exist for colorful or attractively toned coins.

Composed of 90% solid silver, these Benjamin Franklin half dollar coins represent a great opportunity for both collectors and investors alike. If you're looking to buy silver, call UCCI today to get started and capitalize on this great opportunity!
America the Beautiful - 2011
The 2011 America the Beautiful 5 ounce .999 fine silver bullion quarter dollars are here, and they're unlike anything you've seen before! This series of silver bullion coins features the same 56 designs as the circulating America the Beautiful quarters, but these silver coins are HUGE! Each of the five coins in this second year issue set contain 5 ounces of silver each. Continue your collection with the second year issue in a 12-year series. The 2011 Series features Gettysburg National Military Park, Pennsylvania, Glacier National Park, Montana, Olympic National Park, Washington, Vicksburg National Military Park, Mississippi, and Chickasaw National Recreation Area, Oklahoma.

The America the Beautiful 5 ounce silver bullion coins each have a composition of .999 fine silver, bullion weight of 5 ounces silver, and diameter of 3 inches. These massive silver coins are certified BU (Brilliant Uncirculated) by NGC, encapsulated in a sonically sealed protective acrylic case, and has a unique barcode and serial number.
Morgan Silver Dollar
The Morgan Dollar is a United States issued silver dollar minted from 1878 through 1904. Due to special circumstances, the Morgan silver dollar was again minted in 1921.

After one of the largest silver finds in United States history, Congress passed a law requiring the Treasury to buy millions of ounces a month for the production of silver coins. Since the mint had ceased production of the Seated Liberty dollar in 1873, the incoming silver was used to make the new Morgan Dollar silver coins.

The coin is named for its designer, the British engraver George T. Morgan. The obverse of the silver dollar depicts a profile portrait representing Lady Liberty, while the reverse depicts an eagle, wings outstretched, with a clutch of arrows and an olive branch in its talons.

Morgan Dollars were minted from 1878 through 1904, and again in 1921, in Philadelphia (no mintmark), San Francisco ("S" mintmark), New Orleans ("O"), Carson City, Nevada ("CC"), and Denver ("D"). Each Morgan is composed of .900 fine silver.