The silver market within the precious metals industry offers a wide array of products to buyers. With bar styles ranging from minted ingots and cast bars to hand-poured pieces, silver bars offer something to suit the needs of any silver buyer. On top of that, you will find that silver is the most affordable precious metal available, with weights ranging from fractional ounces up to 1 Kilogram. Right now, 1 Kilo Silver Scotiabank Bars are available to purchase online at Silver.com.
- Ships to you inside of a standard shipping box with a plastic sleeve or protective wrap!
- Beautiful cast silver!
- Consists of One Kilogram, or 32.15 Troy ounces, of .999 fine silver.
- The obverse bears the bank name and logo.
- On the reverse are the bank name, weight, metal content, and purity.
Each of the 1 Kilo Silver Scotiabank bars offered here comes as a Secondary Market item. Secondary Market bars are received by Silver.com from a source other than the original manufacturer and come in varied conditions ranging from like-new to those items with varying levels of wear and tear.
Bars of this size are typically packaged in a standard shipping box with either a plastic sleeve to house the bar or protective wrapping materials around it. Scotiabank is not involved in the production of precious metals, but rather is a precious metals trader. Valcambi Suisse refined these bars for Scotiabank featuring the bank’s name and logo.
1 Kilo Scotiabank Bars are cast specimens. These bars were manufactured by pouring melted silver into heat-resistant, prefabricated molds that ensured a certain weight of silver within the finished product and produced the shape of the bar. Design elements on these cast bars, unlike smaller Scotiabank minted ingots, were struck incuse into the bar rather than being engraved onto its surfaces with a raised relief.
The obverse side of 1 Kilo Silver Scotiabank Bars comes with two design elements. The Scotiabank logo, a stylized S that bears a globe at its center, is featured in the middle of the field. The globe shape is created with the use of latitudinal and longitudinal lines in the design. At the bottom of the bar is the text inscription of the bank name.
On the reverse face of Silver Scotiabank Bars are the markings that identify the representative brand and the details of the bar itself. The markings of the weight, metal content, and purity feature at the bottom of the bar’s design field, with the name of the bank inscribed at the top of the design field.
Valcambi Suisse, the producer of these bars, is one of the world’s leading bullion brands. Founded in Balerna, Switzerland, in 1961, the mint was originally known as Valori & Cambi. Its merger with Credit Suisse in 1968 resulted in the combination of the original names into Valcambi and the addition of Suisse to the moniker.
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