Texas Precious Metals is a Kaspar Companies subsidiary business. Kaspar Companies is a 124-year-old, fifth-generation family business that has been continuously operating in South Texas since 1898. As the largest employer in Lavaca County, Kaspar Companies employees over 200 employees across seven subsidiary businesses. Since its inception in 2011 through 2022, Texas Precious Metals has processed more than $1.2 billion in client transactions and over 100,000 orders shipped to all 50 states. In total, this represents over half a million ounces of gold and 17 million ounces of silver. In 2014, Texas Precious Metals was recognized as the No. 1 “fastest growing Aggie-owned or Aggie-led business in the world” by Texas A&M University, and in 2015, Inc. Magazine named it the No. 200 Fastest Growing Private Company in America. In 2018, Texas Precious Metals launched Texas Depository, a private storage facility catering to individuals, IRA custodians, and other large commercial institutions.
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No product is more closely associated with Texas Precious Metals than the Texas Silver Round. As of 2023, in its 11th year in production, there are more than 3 million Texas Silver Rounds in circulation. In total, including 1 oz, 10 oz, and 100 oz silver bars, more than 4.2 million ounces of Texas Mint branded products have been produced to date. The Texas Silver Round became a staple in the precious metals industry by offering investors a unique value proposition. This one ounce, finely struck medallion is more pure than a US Mint Silver Eagle (.9999 fine vs. .9993), less expensive at the retail level, and packaged in superior boxes comprised of steel, which is distinct from the common plastic containers issued from the government mints.
Another innovation was the first ever "mini-monster box," a half-monster box comprising 250 ounces of silver, offering cost-conscious investors with a less expensive alternative to a mint-issued monster box. The Texas Silver Round's popularity was a prelude to the Texas Mint. In its 11-year history, the reverse of the silver round has featured a cowboy, a longhorn, a white-tailed deer, a coyote, and a bobcat, the Texas Capitol, and a 4-year Texas Revolution Series featuring key battles in Texas history. These images accompany the consistent obverse of the geographic outline of the state of Texas in the background and Texas’ iconic lone star in the foreground.
Texas Precious Metals’ mission is to provide value to customers through fanatical customer service, low premiums, superior products and easy ordering. Pure and simple ®.