Late last week we made a purchase from an Estate of 6300 Silver 1.5 ounce limited-production, first year of issue (2013) Canadian Polar Bear coins. We are offering these coins at approximately $31 a piece, which equates to spot +~$2.75/ounce.
That's LESS per ounce than either a modern Silver Canadian Maple Leaf or Silver U.S. Eagle!
*All coins dated 2013, which is the first year these were produced. Only 17,500 total coins were minted in 2013, which means the grouping offered here is roughly 1/3 of all the coins made during that inaugural run.
*Other dealers are charging $35-$36 per coin at best (and in some cases substantially more), making this offer the absolute lowest price for this product in the market right now by a wide margin.
*Known as “Thick Coins”, these coins have the same diameter as a standard issue bullion coin, but are deeper set.
*Coins come in mint boxes of 300 units (450 ounces).
*Silver has come down nicely in recent weeks from its high of $18.55, and is currently trading at roughly $17.90, which equates to a price ratio of 71:1 to gold (an attractive entry point for silver relative to gold).