1 OZ .999 Fine Silver South East Refining, Inc. Round

1 OZ .999 Fine Silver South East Refining, Inc. Round – Face

This is a 1 OZ .999 Fine Silver South East Refining, Inc. Round.  Apart from silver being one of the best investments on the planet, these silver coins make great gifts and have an inspiring design.  On one side of this coin is an Eagle flying above a cloud towards a shining sun under the words “One Silver Ounce.”  On the other the words “+ 999 Fine Silver” surrounded by the inscriptions “South East Refining Inc.” and “Panama City, Fla.” to indicate its origin.  These beautiful coins are a great way to inspire your friends, loved ones, and co-workers and to spread the message of Freedom and Free Trade.

1 OZ .999 Fine Silver South East Refining, Inc. Round – Dorsal

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1 OZ .999 Fine Silver South East Refining, Inc. Flying Eagle Round
1 OZ .999 Fine Silver South East Refining, Inc. Flying Eagle Round
1 OZ .999 Fine Silver South East Refining, Inc. Flying Eagle Round
1 OZ .999 Fine Silver South East Refining, Inc. Flying Eagle Round
  • Ben Barnett

    I have one of these coins – do you know how much they are worth or if they are even special.
    Also what year were they produced?
    BB

    • Good evening and thanks for visiting.
      I don’t have any currently but in my experience they trade with similar premiums to regular silver rounds. It looks like they could be at least 20 years old and I cannot tell for certain when these were minted, although circa 1980 is when many similar rounds were produced.
      Thanks again for your interest and all the best,
      David

    • shawn allen

      i also have the coin and have the same q

      • Good morning and thanks for checking in. A quick update on the value of this coin. I recently auctioned one which was in fairly rough shape and it went for about $5 over spot, which is a relatively low premium. In the process, however, I noticed a dealer selling the same coin as an “art round” for $117 (about $84 over spot, which at that point is a bit irrelevant). It suggested to me that there may be some sort of numismatic or aesthetic value to the coin. I, for one, didn’t think much of it but a coin in good condition could be marketed to command a higher premium.

        Thanks for checking us out and all the best!
        David

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