Bleyer turns 10 years old this week and we’ve been celebrating by rewarding our customers with delicious handmade chocolates with every order. To commemorate this marvelous occasion, Caroline our Managing Director decided to share a few words.
In this week’s article, we’ll be looking at what a silver round is, why investors and collectors would buy these, and the main differences of silver rounds and silver coins.
With another 100 minted for us by Backyard Bullion, these bars will be available on a first-come-first-served basis. Read on to learn more about why we chose this design and the help it will bring to our charity of choice.
When we think of precious metals, many of us will only think of Gold and Silver. Yet Bleyer stock other precious metals as well, including Platinum, Palladium and Rhodium. Today, we’re going to focus on the rarest of them all, Rhodium. Here are some very interesting facts about this precious metal.
Due to gold’s rarity, people have had to come up with a standard of measurement that can determine how much gold is actually in a bar of gold. This article looks at the term ‘carat’ and why it’s used to measure gold.
The word platinum is synonymous with high value, timeless quality and trusted investment. But why is this? Learn more in our list of 7 interesting facts about investing in platinum.
Many of our readers will already be investing in Gold and Silver. But how can we share a little of this investment with younger ‘family’ and loved ones? Here are our quick tips on getting the most out of your investments to benefit your family.
With the release of the latest edition of the 2019 Australian Kookaburra coin, we’re taking a look at the history of this Perth Mint bullion series and the symbolism behind the wondrous bird. Learn more about the series in this article.
Silver stacking is a term that has grown in popularity and is now used to describe a person who accumulates small pieces of silver like coins, bars, and other hand poured silver items. This article takes a further look at what silver stacking is, and what it means to be a serious silver stacker.
This week we are going to shine the spotlight on a truly remarkable and continuously popular small gold coin – the British Gold Sovereign. Learn more about why this is one of our favourite bullion coins in our article.
We continue to meet the varying needs of clients wanting to flexibly hold a proportion of their wealth in this ancient and trusted form. But how has the value of Gold changed in the last 50 years? Learn more in our blog.
Here’s our solution to gifting unique, quirky and of-value gifts, which will be appreciated and admired by people you’re struggling to buy gifts for. Here are our top 3 bullion gift ideas for Christmas
When sending valuable items in the post you should ensure your parcel is discreet, secure, insured and sent with the correct courier. Read our top tips on sending valuables in the post.
We are extremely excited and proud to announce the launch of our very first Bleyer hand poured silver bars! Read on to see how they were made, you can watch the video and learn what makes hand poured silver so special and find out about our choice of charity.
Gold has been the currency of choice for thousands of years, but why? In this article, we explore why we value gold and what it is that makes it so desirable.
Over the years extremely rare coins have surfaced and been auctioned off for extortionate amounts. Read our recent article to learn about the coins that have fetched the most at auction.
Gold has been at the centre of our economy for thousands of years, a currency like no other. We’ve put together this brief guide explaining what the gold standard is and was, so that you can see the history of your investments.
Determining what type of bullion to invest in between gold bars or coins can be slightly difficult. Find out the pros and cons of both in this article.
While it’s probably best to store your gold at a bank in a safe deposit box, there are also alternative methods to store and hide gold at home. Find out some popular ways in this article.
Interest rates play a part in all of our lives, whether we like it or not. But what are interest rates and why do they rise and fall? This week’s article explores this principle in more detail. We look at the main factors affecting interest rate rises and the implications of this on precious metal prices.
This week, we’re focusing on two internal factors currently affecting precious metals sentiment. Firstly, what really matters – you. And secondly, the qualities and inherent issues within the Gold and Silver markets itself, regardless of what the world is up to.
This week’s article looks at 8 top things affecting gold and silver prices right now including; geo-political events, price patterns, interest rates, central bank commentary and other commodity fundamentals.
In this article, we’ll be looking at the term ‘spot price’; what this is, why investors use these to secure purchases of commodities and contracts, and how this relates specifically to precious metals.
There have been lots happening with silver lately. Let’s shine the spotlight on gold’s little sister. We take a look at a couple of news sources and present their research to find out what’s actually been happening.
We’ll be looking at ‘fundamentals’ and why investors use these to predict future prices in markets. It’s important to understand what a fundamental is and how to best use them for your investment strategy.
This week’s guest article explores the topic of Brexit and presents a golden opportunity for precious metal investors on how to sieze this opportunity.
This week, a customer tells us about his investment journey, why he chose to invest in physical precious metals, and his reasons for choosing to invest in gold. Here’s his story.
A man in Scotland has found a very rare 85.7g nugget of gold. Read more about the largest gold nugget discovered in over 500 years in this article.
This week’s article is a very quick look at the monthly news in brief, especially the key points to add onto our radars as we enter the lazier summer months. We’ll be covering interest rate rises and the big topic of BREXIT.
There are some striking stories this week, all concerned Gold directly or touching on it’s magnificence and timeless value. Here’s the biggest news story this week…