The quality of silver produced by Sunshine Minting, Inc. needs no endorsement beyond that of the United States Mint, which approved the company to supply silver blanks for its bullion coins. Sunshine Silver Rounds have earned their reputation as “the other Silver Eagles,” and are well worth the consideration of any silver bullion investor.
The obverse of Sunshine Silver Rounds portrays a soaring eagle against a backdrop of sunshine with the inscriptions “Sunshine Minting,” “One Troy Ounce,” and “.999 Fine Silver” on the reverse.
Interestingly, Sunshine Minting was involved in a private currency known as the Liberty Dollar, issued in metal rounds, gold and silver certificates – or “warehouse receipts” – redeemable for real gold and silver, and as electronic currency. Prior to a raid by the FBI and the Secret Service late in 2007, the physical metals were warehoused at Sunshine Minting in Coeur d’Alene, Idaho.
Created by Bernard von NotHaus, Liberty Services – formerly known as the “National Organization for the Repeal of the Federal Reserve and the Internal Revenue Code” – distributed the Liberty Dollar until 2009 when the courts found NotHaus guilty of “making, possessing, and selling his own currency.”
Sunshine Minting emerged unscathed from the debacle and remains one of the most widely recognized and respected brands in the world today. To protect their products from counterfeits, SMI created the innovative Mint Mark SI™ security feature, a micro-engraving that is visible only through a proprietary decoding lens.
Bullion rounds, like bars, are produced in unlimited quantities and reflect the current spot price of the underlying precious metal. As such, their most important attribute is liquidity, which comes from worldwide recognition of their purity and weight. In that regard, the Sunshine Mint stands head and shoulders above the competition with its silver rounds.
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