Why invest in or own silverware (tableware)? This is probably the first question the potential silver investor will ask after reading or hearing that silverware (tableware) is among the least popular forms of physical silver to invest in or to own as far as the serious silver investor is concerned.

Silver investors normally invest in or own silver for one of three purposes, despite the main reasons for investing in silver, but here are some of the more specific reasons why we are of the opinion that some of them specifically choose to invest in or own silverware (tableware):

Beauty: Silverware (tableware), depending on its condition, can be beautiful, both in terms of artistic beauty and the luster the silver content provides to the silverware (tableware).

Practical use: Silverware (tableware), unlike some other forms of physical silver, has many practical uses. E.g. a silver knife can be used to both slice and spread butter on bread among several other uses.

Full control: Would you like to exercise full control over at least a portion of your investment portfolio? Are you sick and tired of having to pay exorbitant portfolio management fees or any portfolio management fees at all? Well, then you should seriously consider to buy or acquire physical silver and store it in a safe place at home or elsewhere. It will afford you with the opportunity to exercise full control over at least a portion of your investment portfolio. In all honesty, you have the option to go for full control over your entire investment portfolio, but needless to say, that’s entirely up to you!!!

In all honesty, Silver Bullion’s first love in terms of physical silver will always be silver coins, especially in the form of traditional or conventional 1 oz silver bullion coins (American Silver Eagles, Canadian Silver Maple Leafs, Mexican Silver Libertads, Chinese Silver Pandas, Australian Silver Kookaburras,Australian Silver Kangaroos, British Silver Britannia and Austrian Silver Vienna Philharmonics). However, we at Silver Bullion understand the need of some silver investors to buy or acquire silverware (tableware) in addition to other forms of physical silver such as silver bullion coinssilver bullion bars (silver bars), silver ingots (silver bars) and silver jewelry.

It’s no secret that the current establishment, which is an establishment of evil (whether you like to admit it or not or don’t have the eyes to see it!), has gone and is going to great lengths to steal away our God given freedom day-by-day and bit-by-bit (or rather chunk-by-chunk!). Make no mistake, this process has accelerated; they are now pushing for FULL CONTROL over EVERY aspect of our lives!!! Now you can swear at them, write to your local political representative, climb up a wall, join a boxing club, kick a homeless person in the groin or do anything along those lines, but it’s not really going to help you in the least bit to get any of your freedom back (except of course helping you to vent some of your anger and frustration!). A much better way of getting back at them and getting some of your freedom back, without getting a heart attack or breaking any laws in the process, is to acquire or buy silver, especially physical silver in the form of silver bullion coins. By doing this, you will not only be increasing the chances that you and your family will survive the current political and economic turmoil, but you will in fact help to make it more difficult for them to gain full control!!! In all honesty, buying silver is the second best thing you can do to protect yourself and your family and to help make the world a better place. The best thing you can do is to get your hands on a truthful translation of God’s Word and to study unto His approval!!!

Buy anonymously: It is possible to acquire or buy silver anonymously, but only in the form of physical silver, especially in the form of silver bullion coins, silver ingots (silver bars), silver jewelry and silverware (tableware), and mostly only from private silver dealers/sellers.

Firstly, in all instances where you acquire or buy paper silver they do not only request your contact details, but enough personal details to enable authorities to track your investment in paper silver. It makes it easy as pie for them to apply capital gains taxes or any new tax they might suitable to confiscate or destroy your wealth. Secondly, the moment you buy physical silver in bulk, especially in the form of silver bullion bars (silver bars), you can bet there’s going to be some sort of paper work involved that might compromise your silver purchase.

Liquidity and portability: The silver market, although not as liquid and deep as the gold market (at the time this was written), also offers liquidity and portability. There are several buyers and sellers in the market for most forms of physical silver, including silverware (tableware).

In layman’s terms, liquidity in this instance refers to how easy it is to convert silverware (tableware) into cash. Portability on the other hand refers to “the quality of being light enough to be carried” (WordWeb) or to be transported from one place to another. Silverware (tableware), depending on the form or type, is relatively light enough to be easily carried or transported from one place to another. The same can however not be said of property and some other assets.

Collector’s value: Silverware (tableware), especially in the form of limited edition silverware (tableware) and designer silverware (tableware), can afford the silver investor with a “double play” in terms of investment potential.

Let’s explain… when you buy silverware (tableware) which has some form of collector’s value attached to it, such as a St. Cloud Baby Cup, you can potentially benefit from an increase in its silver melt value and/or an increase in its collector’s value. In addition, even if the relevant silver cup doesn’t increase in value in terms of the melt value of the silver, which is highly unlikely (at the time this was written), you should still be able to benefit from an increase in the value of the relevant silver cup based on the collector’s value or vice versa.

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