Welcome to Westminster Mint, Inc.


Westminster Mint was established in 2001. We provide an online platform and dependable service for people who require low prices and fast physical delivery of their gold, silver and platinum bullion bars, coins, ingots, and rounds.
Westminster Mint is also active in most sectors of the collectible coin market including ancient and modern issue, foreign issue, coins from hoards and shipwrecks, certified coins and banknotes.

All products on this website are unconditionally guaranteed to be authentic.

A Resource You Can Trust

Ian Clay, President of Westminster Mint is a Lifetime Member of the American Numismatic Association (ANA) and author of the book Modern Coin Rarities – 1986-2016.  The book  identifies forty- six of the most notable and collectible gold, silver and platinum collectible coins issued spanning thirty years. Every listing takes you through the historical background and production of each coin, and explains what makes a particular issue popular among collectors.  Ian Clay shares his unique insight and behind-the-scenes perspective on these beautiful pieces of Americana.
 
Westminster Mint is licensed and bonded as coin and bullion dealer by the State of Minnesota  and is an Accredited Member of the Better Business Bureau with an A + Rating.
 
Industry leading coin grading services PCGS and NGC has created attractive certification labels to enhance the presentation of coins featured in Modern Coins Rarities 1986-2016.






Popular Westminster Mint Silver Bullion Bars Minted in .999 Fine Silver






Our proprietary line of Westminster Mint branded silver bullion bars and rounds are regularly amongst our best selling items on our website. Each item is individually hallmark stamped with its exact weight and purity.

 
Some images of the manufacturing process for Westminster Mint Silver bars




Refinery sealed barrels of .999 silver grain being unloaded






Sacks of silver grain with Assay certificates



 


33,000 ounces of silver on its way to be melted down and transformed into silver bars
 

10,000 ounces of silver being melted at 1600 degrees until it turns to liquid
Silver being poured into eight hundred ounce billet molds 

 
Rolls of silver from the billet moulds ready to be extruded


The purchase and sale of collectible coins widely contrast with bullion coins. In the collectible coin market the actual precious metals content of a coin, if any,  is only a tiny factor in determining the price or value. Relevant factors are condition, scarcity, date, mint mark and provenance. Collectible coins are enjoyed for their history, artistic beauty, and often limited availability; and not necessarily for their monetary value.

 




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