25 Comments on “Best Way to Store Silver Coins, Bars & Rounds”

  1. @Baller5ajk Maples are great because they’re 9999 fine silver. You should
    also check out the RCM wildlife series. They’re also 9999 fine. I prefer
    coins over bars because of a potential numismatic premium and they have a
    small face value. I check out your videos and they’re great! Feel free to
    check out my coin videos. I’ve got video reviews for those coins plus a lot
    of others. Perth Mint is awesome too!

  2. @kenny2498 Well the silver spot price is currently around $28.83. Silver
    Canadian Maple Leaf coins containing 1 oz of .9999 fine silver are
    currently around $31.32 and private mint bars containing 1 oz of .999 fine
    silver are currently a little over $30. The price of course fluctuates
    constantly. Coins are usually a little more over the spot price than
    private mint bars or rounds.

  3. thx for the vid I am just getting into the maples as my colection so far
    has only been bullion bars and some rounds check it out!

  4. @johnnieace45 Nah these things stack really well. Not much more room than
    individual Air Tites.

  5. @DBNY23 Thanks but are you sure about that? Should I switch to an
    individual airtite for each bar or coin? It seems strange that this would
    still be so popular is they caused damage.

  6. @WhistlingTube That’s a great point! Thanks for the feedback and keep
    stacking bro!

  7. I have mine stored for years and have yet to see any damage..I have common
    silver bullion bars/rounds and when I sell down the road,an oz will be
    worth an oz no matter the condition to a smelter or coin dealer.The compact
    storage outweighs all other menial worries

  8. thanks, i saw the square ones and did not like the look at all, after
    seeing the review i am getting some. thanks!

  9. @ArsSpiritia You’re welcome! Thirst things are great for stacking in

  10. I’ve had some of those silver bar airtiteholders that didn’t actually seal
    all the way — there was a small gap, and the bars tarnished where the gap
    was (I’m not sure why, they just did). My recommendation is to either make
    sure you get it from a good source, or buy several so you can weed out the
    bad ones.

  11. These are great! I use these cylinder shaped ones for my rounds and coins
    and the square ones for my bars. Great for storage and stacking! The
    bottoms of these cylinder shaped ones are even designed to stack on top of
    one another too!

  12. I luv the holders,,I found the best prices with free shipping and big
    discounts on quantity orders at silver sales plus

  13. these holders look great…..however the manufacturer does not recommend
    these for long term storage, is only recommended for shipping 

  14. Let’s say I wanted to have my morgan dollars in rolls or tubes (with the
    screw on top) for 10+ years down the road. Will the coins tarnish over that
    period of time? A scratch I’m not so much worried about, more so on the
    darkening/degrading side of tarnish. Many of my coins are VF-XF grade, so
    not many of them are shiny. 

  15. do bars and rounds still fit in these shipping boxes if they are in
    individual air-tite cases ?

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