Introducing the 2016 Texas Silver Round!

Introducing the 2016 Texas Silver Round!

We are excited to announce the release of our fourth annual Texas Silver Round bullion coin. The 2016 reverse spotlights a well-known member of Texas’ native wildlife – the coyote – in an original design by distinguished medallic sculptor Heidi Wastweet.

“We are extremely humbled by the popularity of our Texas Silver Round program,” notes Texas Precious Metals CEO Jason Kaspar. “The power and credibility of the Texas brand, as well as a highly refined level of pure silver, has resulted in an annual silver round that is considered a must-have product for our customers.”

Our 2016 coyote-themed Texas Silver Round is minted at Regency Mint’s ISO 9001:2008 certified facility with a stringent refining process that allows our annual bullion series to achieve the purest silver rating available in a 1-ounce silver coin. At 99.99% pure silver, there are only two other coins in the world with comparable purity.

Since the introduction of our annual series three years ago, we have released more than 1.6 million Texas Silver Round bullion coins into circulation, featuring three different reverses: the white-tailed deer in 2015, the longhorn in 2014, and the cowboy in 2013.

The 2016 Texas Silver Round is available in a 500-coin sealed monster box, a 250-coin sealed mini-monster box, or individually with a minimum purchase amount of $1,000. We exclusively design and sell our Monster Box and Mini-Monster Box, which are the optimal storage solutions for safeguarding Texas Silver Round bullion coins. In contrast to the industry’s standard plastic boxes with vinyl straps, our custom monster boxes are made out of durable cold-rolled steel and finished with a beige-grey matte powder coat. Each box ships with a unique serial number that is secured on a holographic seal to ensure maximum product protection.

Visit our online store to purchase the 2016 Texas Silver Round.

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