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Updated: October, 2009
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The image to the left portrays a one ounce silver Canadian maple leaf coin. This is a great looking bullion coin and is the silver counterpart to the 24 karat gold maple leaf coin. This site is primarily about gold but I also recommend that all gold investors also hold some portion of their assets in silver. Silver is an exciting precious metal because it is used in a wide array of applications and is not as pricey as gold. You can acquire silver maple leaf coins for around $15-$20 each depending on dealer mark up. In the event of a disaster, silver coins will be used for everyday purchases. Gold coins will also be used for everyday purchases but are worth much more than silver and will not be practical for small purchases.

If You Find Silver Maple Leaf Coins, Make Sure To Buy Them

Silver American Eagles are easy to come by. You can buy them in bulk at almost any coin shop. Canadian maple leafs, however, are more difficult to acquire. Fewer US coin shops regularly stock these beautiful coins. While these are just bullion, I am a huge proponent of diversifying within your bullion coin portfolio. Acquiring silver Canadian maple leaf coins is a terrific way to diversify your silver bullion coin collection. My golden (or should I say silver) rule of silver coin investing is to always buy Canadian maple leafs if the store has some available. They are a great way to diversify and are such a beautiful coin.

Other Ways To Invest In Silver Bullion

In addition to Silver American Eagles, there are two other ways to invest in silver. The first option is to buy a few silver bullion bars. More so than gold bars, I like silver bars because you need to acquire a large amount of silver for it to be a sizeable investment. When buying any bar, gold or silver, just make sure to buy a reputable brand with an assay certificate. The second option is to invest in a silver exchange traded fund. You can only fit so many silver coins and bars in your safe deposit box or vault. Once you run out of space, a great solution is buying this stock which follows the price of silver. For a small fee, the exchange traded fund takes care of all silver storage and security.

New More Images of Canadian 1 Ounce Silver Maple Leaf Coins

As a new update to this article, I just uploaded two more beautiful pictures of silver maple leaf coins. Both the gold maple leaf and silver maple leaf are among my favorite coins. I hope you enjoy these neat images.
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