Among the silver coins for sale online today, precious metals investors have a lot of unique options to choose from outside of the traditional 1 oz silver coins in the market. One of those unique options is the 1.25 oz, or 1 1/4 oz, silver coin. The first-ever coin of this kind came from the Royal Canadian Mint. Today, 1.25 oz Silver Coins are available to you online from JM Bullion in varied conditions from any mint.
- Available to you inside of protective plastic flips!
- Offered in varied conditions!
- Comes from numerous mints!
- Contains 1.25 Troy oz of .999+ pure silver.
- The face value is assigned by the nation of origin.
- On the obverse and reverse fields are designs chosen by the mint of origin.
- Please remember you could get matching designs, conditions, and dates when buying more than one coin.
The first mint in the world to introduce a 1.25 oz Silver Coin was the Royal Canadian Mint. The official sovereign mint of Canada, the RCM was founded in 1908 and operates branch mint facilities in Ottawa and Winnipeg. Since that time, only a select few additional 1.25 oz Silver Coins have ever been produced by other mints.
All of the 1.25 oz Silver Coins in this product listing are available to you in varied conditions from any mint. The condition of the coins can range from brand new, Brilliant Uncirculated to those specimens with light to heavy signs of wear and tear. All items are chosen at random in this product listing.
JM Bullion picks your coins at random once your payment has been processed. The specific coin you receive is determined by what is available in our warehouse at that time. We cannot guarantee the condition, design, date, or mint of origin for your coin in advance. If you buy more than one coin, please remember you could get matching designs, conditions, and dates.
On the obverse and reverse fields of the 1.25 oz Silver Coins are images chosen by the mint of origin. As an example of designs to consider, look no further than the Royal Canadian Mints 1.25 oz Canadian Silver Bison Coins. The first issue was the 2015 coin with a depiction of a bison running across the plains of Canada with a small mountain range in the background. The coins feature a bust of Queen Elizabeth II on the obverse. These particular coins offer the Royal Canadian Mints radial lines on both sides for enhanced security. The entire background of the obverse features the lines, while the design rim of the reverse boasts the same radial lines. Please note, this is just an example of a coin you could receive.
Please feel free to reach out to JM Bullion with any questions. You can call us on the phone at 800-276-6508, chat with us live online, or simply send us an email with your inquiries.