The Jamaica $10 Sterling Silver Coin is a great way to buy quality silver and add some culture to your collection. This coin contains 1.2728 Troy Ounce of .9250 fine silver. Each coin comes from a random year from typically 1972-2005. The design of the coin consistently has the image of a famous explorer, ruler or event in history on the reverse while the obverse always has the Jamaican arms.
- Made of 1.2728 Troy ounce of .9250 fine silver
- Each coin is of a random year
- Obverse side of the coin has the Jamaican arms
- Reverse side has various people from history or a historical event
Jamaica has been making the $10 Sterling Silver coin for many years. These coins typically honor a famous explorer or an event of historical significance. Each coin is made from 1.2728 Troy ounces of .9250 fine silver. This makes the coin a great way to buy quality silver. The design of the coin is pretty consistent. The images may be different but they follow the same pattern. On the obverse side of the coin is the Jamaican arms. The reverse has the image of a famous explorer or ruler of an event in history that merits celebration.
Buying silver is a great way to diversify your portfolio and hedge against inflation. It can also be a great way to prepare for a disaster where precious metals may become the preferred currency. Many investors enjoy the lower entry price versus gold. The fact that silver is used in manufacturing means that it has value in the world of the industry as well as investing which is always a good thing. Investors buy silver in coins with high silver content like the ‘junk coins’ which contain 90%, bullion coins or bars.
The Jamaica $10 Sterling Silver coin brings quality silver and the island flavor to your collection. Get yours today.