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Caribbean Silver Coins at BGASC

The growing demand for silver bullion coins has inspired various nations across the globe to get in the mix. Even if these nations don’t have the resources to create the coins themselves, they can use private mints, such as the Scottsdale Mint, to produce these Silver Coins for them. Learn all about the popular Caribbean Silver Coin options, right here at BGASC.

Barbados Trident

This series debuted in 2017 and issues a gold and silver coin annually. These coins are issued by the Scottsdale Mint who’s known for creating coinage for foreign governments.

These coins feature the image of a trident on the reverse while the Barbados coat of arms is on the obverse side. The trident is an ancient Roman symbol for Neptune, the god of the sea. The trident can also be seen on the national flag of Barbados.

Silver coins in the series are composed of 1 Troy oz of .9999 pure silver and will arrive in Brilliant Uncirculated condition. Coins will arrive in individual plastic flips. For larger orders, tubes of 20 or boxes of 500 are available. These coins have a face value of 1 Dollar that is backed by Barbados.

While the overall image of the trident remains the same, the reverse does change every year in the form of a new background.

EC8 Series

Also struck by the Scottsdale Mint, this unique series features eight unique designs that represent the eight nations that participate in the Eastern Caribbean Central Bank. These nations include Antigua & Barbuda, St. Kitts and Nevis, Dominica, Grenada, Montserrat, Anguilla, Saint Lucia, and Saint Vincent & the Grenadines.

Each unique release features a silver and gold BU coin, as well as a silver and gold colorized option. Silver BU coins will have a mintage of 25,000 and arrive individually in flips, or chipboards of 5, while colorized coins will have a mintage of 500 are arrive in a display box with a Certificate of Authenticity.

Every year, each country receives a new unique design. This includes the following:

  • Anguilla: Lobster (2018), Lobster (2019), Coat of Arms (2020), Anguilla Regatta (2021), Eels (2022).
  • Antigua & Barbuda: Rum Runner Ship (2018), Rum Runner Ship (2019), Rum Ship (2020), Frigate Bird (2021), Coat of Arms (2022).
  • Dominica: Mermaid and a plane (2018), bird and plane (2019), Hummingbird (2020), two Amazon Parrots (2021), Mountain Chicken (2022).
  • Grenada: Scuba Divers (2018), Scuba Diver with Rainbow Runners (2019), Octopus (2020), Coat of Arma (2021), Nutmeg Tree (2022).
  • Montserrat: Union Jack Shield (2018), Irish Harp (2019), Oriole (2020), Angelfish (2021), Turtles (2022).
  • Saint Lucia: Two Flamingos (2018), two Flamingos (2019), Whiptail Lizard (2020), Ginger Flower (2021), A couple holding hands (2022), Coat of Arms (2023).
  • Saint Vincent & the Grenadines: Seaplane (2018), Seaplane (2019), Coat of Arms (2020), Humpback Whale (2021), War Ship (2022), Humpback Whale (2023).
  • Kitts and Nevis: Brown Pelican (2018), Brown Pelican (2019), Siege of Brimstone Hill (2020), Sunken Ship (2021), Surfer (2022).

Barbados Silver Coins

  • Globe Coins: One popular option is the set of globe-shaped coins issued by Barbados. One option is the 3 oz Blue Marble Glow in the Dark Coin which features a blue globe with gilded continents. Another option is the 1 Kilo Antique Animals of the World Coin which shows a globe and all the unique animals that occupy it.
  • Character-Shaped Coins: These 5 oz coins are shaped like the iconic character they display. These proof-like strikes display these characters in full color. Popular options include Wonder Woman and Pennywise.
  • American Eagle 4-Coin Set: This 4-coin set features a unique reverse for each coin showcasing the well-known reverse images in the American Eagle coin program.

Purchasing Caribbean Silver Coins at BGASC

If you have any questions regarding Caribbean Silver Coins, contact the BGASC customer service team today. Our dedicated team can be reached via email, through our online chat feature, or by calling us at 888-992-4272.