Johnson Matthey might not be involved in the precious metals industry anymore, but you can still find silver bars for sale bearing the company’s logo and common design elements. Johnson Matthey sold its North American facilities to Japanese refiner Asahi, exiting precious metals in 2016 some 200 years after it was founded. Right now, 1 oz Silver Johnson Matthey Bars are available to purchase online at Silver.com.
- Ships to you with protective wrapping in a shipping box!
- Secondary market products!
- Consists of One Troy ounce of .999 fine silver.
- The Johnson Matthey logo is on the obverse of the bars.
- A repeating image of the Johnson Matthey logo is on the reverse of the bars.
Each 1 oz Silver Johnson Matthey Bar in this product listing is a secondary market option. Most secondary market bars have been removed at some point in time from the original packaging. In the event this happens, your bar will most likely be wrapped in protective material and placed in a shipping box. If the original packaging is still available, your 1 oz silver bar will be shipped in that packaging.
A secondary market bar is one that has been previously owned by another investor. In many cases, secondary market bars show signs of wear and tear or possess other types of flaws. This type of product listing does not allow us to guarantee the exact condition of the bar you receive through this listing. All bars are chosen for shipping once your payment has been processed.
On the obverse of these 1 oz Silver Johnson Matthey Bars, you will find the image of the Johnson Matthey logo. This logo includes the initials “JM” and the hammer-and-ax logo of the refinery. Inscriptions on this side include “Johnson Matthey,” “Assayers & Refiners,” “Fine Silver 999,” and “1 Ounce Troy.” The individual serial number is featured at the bottom of the bar.
The reverse face of Silver Johnson Matthey Bars features only a repeating logo. Set on a slight angle, the Johnson Matthey logo with initials and tools repeats across this side of the bar. These are minted ingots from Johnson Matthey. This type of silver bar has refined edges and clear, distinct inscriptions and designs.
Johnson Matthey originally formed in London in the early 19th century and by 1852 was the official Assayer for the Bank of England. In 2016, the sale of its precious metals facilities in North America was completed and the company exited the industry after more than 200 years refining silver and gold.
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