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Images of My Personal Silver Round Collection

As you may know from my recent introduction to silver art bars and rounds, I'm a big fan of silver rounds. The purpose of this article is to provide images of my personal silver round collection. Unless otherwise noted, I purchased all of these rounds from River City Coins, the best place to buy silver art bars and rounds. I highly recommend them and am a repeat customer on a regular basis. Interested in also seeing images of my silver art bar collection? You can check out my silver art bar collection here. Interested in seeing more of my silver rounds? After you view the images below, check out my latest article about silver souvenir coins. NEW: When you're done with this article, make sure to check out my brand new video of my silver art bars and rounds.

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Pictures of My McCarran Slots Silver Strike Casino Token

Obverse of my first McCarran Slots silver and bronze casino token. This is a special
token that you could win at the McCarran International Airport slot machines in Las Vegas.
I'm a big fan of Las Vegas and thought it would be a lot of fun to collect these tokens.
This casino token contains approximately 0.6 troy ounces of silver. Like what you see?
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Silver Casino Token Obverse
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Reverse of my McCarran slots silver and bronze casino token.
Silver Casino Token Reverse
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Pictures of Second My McCarran Slots Silver Round

Obverse of my second McCarran slots silver and bronze casino token. After purchasing my
first casino token, another one came available with a different design. I just had to have it!
I'm now thinking about starting a collection of these casino tokens in general because they
exist for all sorts of different casinos and I really enjoy Las Vegas and casinos. Like my
first token, this one contains approximately 0.6 troy ounces of silver.
McCarran Silver Round Obverse
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Reverse of my second McCarran slots silver and bronze casino token.
McCarran Silver Round Reverse
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Images of My Camel 1913-1993 Silver Round

Obverse of my 1913-1993 Camel Cigarettes® Silver Art Round. I just had to have this
silver art round when I saw it. Owning this art round is owning a piece of marketing
history. This art round is estimated to contain 1 troy ounce of silver but does not have
the amount disclosed on it.
Camel Silver Art Round Obverse
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Reverse of my 1913-1993 Camel silver art round.
Camel Silver Art Round Reverse
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Images of My Two Christmas 2008 Santa Silver Rounds

Obverse of my first Christmas 2008 Santa Silver Round. This round shows Santa in his sleigh with
lots of presents. The round comes sealed in a nice soft plastic protective container and contains
one troy ounce of silver. I was able to pick up these silver rounds for only $15 each at my local
coin shop which turned out to be one of the most cost effective ways to accumulate silver bullion
in the current market. (As a comparison, I recently purchased 2008 Silver American Eagles at
the same coin shop for $17.50 each.) I gave away some of these silver rounds as Christmas
gifts this year and am a huge proponent of giving away gold and silver as holiday gifts.
My First Santa Silver Round Obverse
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Obverse of my second Christmas 2008 Santa Silver Round. This round is exactly like the first
one except it depicts Santa's face on the obverse of the coin. Again, extremely happy with this fun
and cost effective way to accumulate silver bullion, while collecting unique silver rounds. Like the
first round, I purchased this one at my local coin shop. They had two other varieties as well, but I
only purchased these two.
My Second Santa Silver Round Obverse
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Reverse of my two Christmas 2008 Santa Silver Rounds. The reverse of my two coins is exactly the same.
The person at the coin shop said the empty space is left so that you can engrave the coins before giving
them away as gifts. This would be really neat, but I didn't want to take the coins out of their plastic
protective contianers and also did not have enough time to get them engraved.
Santa Silver Round Reverse
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Images of My 1 Troy Ounce Dick Tracy Silver Art Round

As a kid, I used to read and collect comic books. One of my favorite parts of collecting silver art
bars and rounds is picking ones that have meaning to me. As an old comic book fan, this silver
round was a definite must have. I purchased this coin from our friends at River City Coins.
Dick Tracy 1 Troy Ounce Silver Round Obverse
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Reverse of my 1 troy ounce Dick Tracy silver art round.
Dick Tracy Silver Round Reverse
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