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Date: December, 2010
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There are many great gold and silver bullion stores out there. Some of the top stores sometimes offer silver art bars and rounds branded under their own name. For example, I own a one troy ounce silver round with the Monex name. Similarly, I have a Blanchard and Company art bar in my personal silver art bar collection. Today, I'm thrilled to share with you Northwest Territorial Mint. In this article, you can see pictures of my personal Northwest Territorial Mint silver bullion round. I'm especially excited about Northwest Territorial Mint because they're a bit different than Monex and Blanchard. These guys have a substantial minting operation (as their name suggests) but are also a gold and silver bullion store.

Northwest Territorial Mint Is Really Popular

Northwest Territorial Mint is really popular. When I say popular, let me clarify myself. I'm not necessarily talking about these guys as a store (although their store is very well known). I'm more speaking to their actual coins, such as the one featured in this article. Most coin stores I shop at have carried a Northwest Territorial Mint coin at one point or another. Some carry a variety of them on a consistent basis. While it's not as popular as a silver eagle, it's definitely a popular silver bullion coin. For that very reason, I just had to pick up the awesome coin featured in this article from River City coins. I'm thrilled with my coin because it came in this nice, hard plastic case and is in amazing condition. It shines like none other and is well protected from ever tarnishing thanks to the case. It's a coin I enjoy showcasing in my own collection.

The Pan American Silver Corp Brand

Northwest Territorial mints a large array of diverse silver bullion rounds and bars. The particular round featured in this article is a one troy ounce Pan American Silver Corp round. You can see on the obverse of the coin the Pan American name. The reverse, however, says Northwest Territorial Mint and shows the Northwest prospector. It's really neat to see that Northwest Territorial offers a wide variety of silver rounds and bars under different brands. This gives the collector like myself something to look forward to (collect them all)! I'm definitely going to buy more of these beautiful silver coins in the future because I'm all about diversifying and collecting an array of different gold and silver coins and bars, even though my underlying motivation is raw bullion value. There are two main reasons here: first I'm creating enjoyment while investing in bullion and second I'm hedging my bets by diversifying across a variety of coins from different mints and stores.

Northwest Territorial Mint Offers A Great Store

Also worth mentioning, Northwest Territorial Mint offers a great online store. You can purchase the very coin pictured here in their store. You can also purchase a huge array of gold and silver coins (both standard issue like the gold eagle and also coins that are minted by Northwest. I highly recommend checking them out. While I have not made any purchases from Northwest Territorial Mint directly (I bought my coin from River City Coins), they are definitely in my future! They offer an easy to use online checkout process right on their website.

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Another Image of My Northwest Territorial Mint Silver Coin

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