Adolph Weinman’s Walking Liberty design is one of the most popular and beautiful designs to ever grace America’s coins, being used on the half dollar from 1916 – 1947, and the American Silver Eagle since 1986. It is also one of the most popular designs that Regency Mint uses for their high-quality silver rounds. The blanks for each piece are individually weighed prior to striking, and are struck in .999 fine silver with a diameter of 25mm. Because it was manufactured by an ISO 9001 Certified Mint, these 1/4 oz. silver rounds can be admitted into your IRA accounts. The 1/4 oz. silver rounds are shipped in numismatic-grade plastic tubes when purchased in increments of 20 or more. There are 30 pieces in a full tube. Other quantities will be packaged separately.
With the increasing price of silver, it makes it less affordable for many people to afford high-weight pieces of silver. A 100 oz. bar will now run over $1,000.00, which can make it difficult to find a ready buyer. Having fractional pieces of silver in your portfolio is beginning to make sense, just like it has for gold. The size of the 1/4 oz. rounds is ideal. It is about an inch in diameter, yet thicker than a quarter. And they fill the void between the 1/10 oz. and the 1/2 oz. fractional silver rounds already in Regency’s lineup of quality silver products. The fractional 1/4 ounce silver rounds are a perfect piece to liquidate if ever you need to do so.