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Texas Precious Metals
Silver bullion rounds minted by Texas Precious Metals

Texas Precious Metals

Texas Precious Metals is a Kaspar Companies subsidiary business. Kaspar Companies is a 124-year-old, fifth-generation family business that has been continuously operating in South Texas since 1898. As the largest employer in Lavaca County, Kaspar Companies employs over 200 employees across seven subsidiary businesses. Since its inception in 2011, Texas Precious Metals has processed over 100,000 orders totaling more than $1.2 billion. This represents over half a million ounces of gold and 17 million ounces of silver. In 2015, Inc. Magazine named it the No. 200 Fastest Growing Private Company in America. In 2018, Texas Precious Metals launched Texas Depository, a private storage facility catering to individuals, IRA custodians, and other large commercial institutions.

The Texas Mint is a division of Texas Precious Metals dedicated to crafting beautifully designed, world-class bullion products for precious metals wholesalers and retailers. Texas Mint products are distributed to some of the top precious metals dealers in the United States through Amark Precious Metals, a publicly traded precious metals wholesaler. In 2017, Texas Precious Metals spun off the Texas Mint as its own division with the purpose of expanding the product line and distributing these products to other national dealers. Using the Texas State Capitol as the theme for these products - a theme that will remain consistent through each subsequent year - the Texas Mint introduces one-ounce gold rounds, one-ounce silver bars, ten-ounce silver bars, and one hundred-ounce silver bars, in addition to the one ounce Texas Silver Round.

In 2013, Texas Precious Metals commenced an ambitious program to introduce and distribute a new class of products called the "Texas Silver Round." The Texas Silver Round became a staple in the precious metals industry by offering investors a unique value proposition. This one-ounce, finely struck medallion is made with .9999 fine silver. The reverse design changes every year. Throughout its history, it has featured a cowboy, a longhorn, a white-tailed deer, a coyote, a bobcat, the Texas Capitol, and a 4-year Texas Revolution Series featuring key battles in Texas history. These images accompany the consistent obverse of the geographic outline of the state of Texas in the background and Texas’ iconic lone star in the foreground. 

No product is more closely associated with Texas Precious Metals than the Texas Silver Round. As of 2023, in its 11th year in production, there are more than 3 million Texas Silver Rounds in circulation. In total, including 1 oz, 10 oz, and 100 oz silver bars, more than 4.2 million ounces of Texas Mint branded products have been produced to date.

Texas Mint Products

     • 1 Oz Texas rounds from 2011 to current

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