1 Kilo Silver Matthey Garrett Bars (Secondary Market) - Silver.com
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1 Kilo Silver Matthey Garrett Bars (Secondary Market)

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There are a variety of means available to investors looking to buy silver. You can purchase silver bullion coins from sovereign mints or the latest minted ingot silver bars from the world’s leading refiners. You’ll also find that secondary market products offer a good balance between valuable silver and impressive savings over the spot price of silver. Now, 1 Kilo Silver Matthey Garrett Bars are available to you for purchase online at Silver.com.

Bar Highlights:

  • Bars ship to you inside of protective sleeves or boxes!
  • Issued originally by Matthey Garrett of Australia!
  • Consists of One Kilogram, or 32.15 Troy ounces, of .999 fine silver.
  • Obverse has simple inscriptions including a logo, weight, and purity.
  • Secondary market product.
  • Please keep in mind secondary market bars can present with varying degrees of flaws or wear and tear.

Johnson Matthey was once among the leaders in gold and silver precious metals production. The company was founded in 1817 by Percival Norton Johnson as a gold assaying business in London, England. In 1851, George Matthey joined the company and in the following year, the duo’s combined company became the Official Assayer and Refiner to the Bank of England.

Matthey Garrett is the Australian subsidiary of Johnson Matthey. It was responsible for the production of gold and silver bars aimed at investors in Australia, as well as throughout the greater Oceania region of the world. Many of its top buyers came from Australia, Japan, and Hong Kong. Matthey Garrett Silver Bars were even popular with American investors.

On the obverse of these 1 Kilo Silver Matthey Garrett Bars is a rough, flat surface that has simple inscriptions that denote the weight and purity of the bar. While some Matthey Garrett silver bars were issued with serial numbers, that was an infrequent practice. The typical 1 Kilo Silver Bar from Matthey Garrett features the “MG” logo that includes those initials inside of an oval, along with markings of “1.000 K” and “.999.”

There are no inscriptions on the reverse side of these Matthey Garrett Silver Bars. Each one is a poured silver bar and has blank reverse fields. Further, these bars are secondary market products which means they were previously purchased by investors and, in some case, even removed from original packaging.

These 1 Kilo Silver Matthey Garrett Silver Bars are available to you with protective sleeves or boxes depending on the availability of the original packaging. Many secondary market bars have been removed from their original packaging and can showcase signs of wear and tear. Some bars may have minuscule amounts of wear and tear, while others could show heavy signs of damage.

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Additional information

Weight 32.15000 oz

Brand: Johnson Matthey

Condition: Secondary Market

Mint: Matthey Garrett

Silver Content: 32.15 Troy Ounces

Purity: .999 Fine Silver

Images shown are examples only. Actual item appearance is subject to change, but will always correlate with title and description.

Lowest Price: $722.55

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