Investors looking for smaller to medium-sized silver bars know that 5 ounce bars are in most cases the perfect type. There are a number of different companies producing 5 oz silver bars, and for this reason it often becomes difficult to settle down on just one bar. One of the most commonly purchased 5 oz silver bars is the Eagle silver bar produced by SilverTowne mint.
- Contains 5 oz of .999 pure silver.
- Minted at SilverTowne in the USA.
- Design features the popular eagle image.
- All bars in this listing are new.
Not only does this bar come from a storied mint with a lot of investor respect, but it has a unique design which is unlike most other silver bars on the market today. The design of the 5 oz SilverTowne Eagle silver bar is in line with most other silver bars produced by SilverTowne. The front side of the bar features raised markings which indicate the .999 purity as well as the 5 ounce weight. Also featured on the front side of the bar is a unique serial number which can be verified with SilverTowne as to ensure the authenticity of your bar.
The final, most impressive, feature of the front side of the Eagle silver bar is the image of an American bald eagle preparing to land on a branch. The reverse side of the bar is adorned with a criss-cross waffle pattern and the iconic prospector and burro image which is commonly found on many other SilverTowne products.
Purity is nothing more than a fancy way of describing what the bar in question is comprised of. When it is said that the 5 oz SilverTowne Eagle silver bar has a purity of .999, this simply means that the bar is made of 99.9% pure silver. This purity level is the same as most other silver bars used for investment purposes.
SilverTowne 5 oz Eagle bars will be shipped in protective plastic as to guarantee that the bar arrives to you in the same exact condition as it was in when it left our facility.
SilverTowne was founded back in 1949 in a small town in Indiana. The original owner and founder, Leon Hendrickson, began the business as a small coin shop in a small town. Over time, the company began diversifying itself and before they knew it, they were producing silver bars for investment purposes. The same high quality craftsmanship that brought people through Hendrickson’s doors over a half century ago are still drawing customers to SilverTowne’s products today.