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2024 1kg Britannia Silver Coin

2024 1kg Britannia Silver Coin

This 1kg Britannia Silver Coin would be a great addition to any precious metal collection or investment, and is delivered in our protective plastic slips.

£

CGT FREE
2021 Silver Britannia

1oz Britannia Silver Coin - Best Value

The 1oz Silver Britannia - Best Value, may come from any year of issue, with one of our experts selecting the best available at the time of purchase and is delivered in our protective plastic flips.

From £

CGT FREE

2023 1oz Britannia Silver Coin - King Charles III

This latest release of the 2023 Britannia issued by The Royal Mint is the first to feature the portrait of King Charles III design.  The latest evolution keeps Philip Nathan’s acclaimed interpretation of Britannia with four ground breaking security features, creating the most visually secure bullion coin in the world.

From £

CGT FREE
2020 1oz Britannia Silver Coin

2020 1oz Britannia Silver Coin - Pre-Owned

These 2020 1oz Britannia Silver Bullion Coins are pre-owned and therefore eligible for the Special VAT Scheme, which makes them ideal for investors looking to obtain the most competitive price on silver.

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VAT FREECGT FREE
2024 1/10oz Britannia Silver Coin

2024 1/10oz Britannia Silver Coin

The 2024 1/10oz Britannia Silver Coin features Philip Nathan's interpretation of Britannia, and would be a great addition to any precious metal collection.

£

CGT FREE
Reverse side of the 2024 1/4oz Britannia Silver Coin

2024 1/4oz Britannia Silver Coin

This 1/4oz Britannia Silver Coin would be a great addition to any precious metal collection or investment, and is delivered in our protective plastic slips.

£

CGT FREE
Reverse side of the 2023 2oz Silver Royal Tudor Beasts, The Yale of Beaufort, coin.

2023 2oz Silver Royal Tudor Beasts, The Yale of Beaufort

The 2023 1oz Gold Royal Tudor Beasts, The Yale of Beaufort coin is struck in 999.9 fine silver to bullion standard, and is exempt from Capital Gains Tax.

£

CGT FREE
Reverse side of the 2023 2oz Silver Royal Tudor Beasts, Bull of Clarence coin.

2023 2oz Silver Royal Tudor Beasts, Bull of Clarence

The 2023 2oz Silver Royal Tudor Beasts, Bull of Clarence is struck in 999.9 fine silver to bullion standard, and is exempt from Capital Gains Tax.

£

CGT FREE
Reverse side of the 2024 2oz Silver Royal Tudor Beasts, Seymour Unicorn coin.

2024 2oz Silver Royal Tudor Beasts, Seymour Unicorn

Struck in 999.9 fine silver to bullion standard, the 2024 2oz Silver Royal Tudor Beasts, Seymour Unicorn is exempt from Capital Gains Tax.

£

CGT FREE
Reverse of the 2017 2oz The Queen's Beasts, Griffin of Edward III Silver Coin

2017 2oz The Queen's Beasts, Griffin of Edward III

Part lion and part eagle, the griffin combines the characteristics of the king of the beasts and the air to create a creature more powerful than either.

£

CGT FREE
Reverse of the 1oz Canadian Maple Leaf Silver Coin

1oz Canadian Maple Leaf Silver Coin - Best Value

The 1oz Canadian Maple Leaf Silver Coin - Best Value, is renowned as one of the only official silver bullion coins with a purity of 999.9. Available to purchase online or in-store.

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2022 1kg Cook Islands Bounty Silver Coin

1kg Cook Islands Bounty Silver Coin

The 1kg Cook Islands Coin is struck in .9999 fine silver, and has a face value of 30 dollars.

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Buying Silver Coins Online

Purchasing silver bullion coins offers investors a flexible way of owning physical silver. The relatively low value, compared with gold, appeals to those who prefer more metal for their monetary investment, and the convenient unit size means they can easily be traded and handled by precious metal traders, private investors, banks and savings institutions. They are also more convenient to store, in contrast to the bulkier silver bars.

Silver coins will typically attract higher premiums than silver bars due to the higher production, handling and insurance costs. However, if you are a UK taxpayer, you can benefit from purchasing silver Britannia coins as their status as British legal tender means they are exempt from Capital Gains Tax (CGT). In this instance, the tax benefits may outweigh the additional premium. If you are also in the market for gold, perhaps you may like to  browse our extensive selection of gold bars and gold coins

VAT-free Silver Coins

Silver bullion is subject to VAT and is therefore often viewed as a longer-term, more speculative investment, particularly when compared with gold. However, Sharps Pixley offers investors the opportunity to hold physical silver VAT free in our state-of-the art vaulting facility. This makes your silver coin investment far more cost efficient, effectively saving you 20%. Our vaults are 100% underwritten by Lloyds of London, giving you the assurance that your investment is safe, secure and fully insured. Clients who use our vaulting services have full inspection rights over their precious metal holding, and are offered preferential buy back rates should they choose to sell their bullion back to Sharps Pixley.

Investing in Silver Coins

Sharps Pixley stocks a wide range of 999 and 999.9 silver coins at low and competitive premiums, including the internationally recognisable South African Krügerrand, Canadian Maple Leaf, American Eagle, and the Vienna Philharmonic from Austria. Many of the silver coins we supply are available to purchase individually or in tubes of multiple coins, where discounts become available. A cost effective way of purchasing silver coins is to buy ‘Monster Boxes’, the most popular of which contains five hundred one-ounce silver Britannia coins directly sourced from the Royal Mint. Our silver coins are also available in a variety of weights, including one-ounce, two-ounce, and one kilo coins. We also provide investment services by working with you to create a bespoke investment proposal.

The Silver Coin Market

The physical silver market is notoriously volatile. There are many factors at play which can cause wide ranging valuations, including silvers relative low value when compared with its gold counterparts, a smaller market with lower market liquidity, and fluctuations in demand between its industrial uses and its use as a store of value. Whilst there are greater risks associated with a more volatile market, there is also more opportunity for significant financial gain as investors could receive a far higher return on their investment. Keep up to date with the silver market by checking out our newsroom page where you can obtain expert analysis on gold & silver news as well as prices from our research team.

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