When it comes to silver bars for sale online, you will find that two types and three weights are among the most popular. The most common silver bar types are cast silver bars and minted ingots, while the most popular weights with investors are 1 oz, 10 oz, and 1 Kilo silver. Right now, 10 oz Silver Nadir Refinery Bars are available to purchase online at Silver.com.
- Ships to you inside of protective materials and shipping boxes!
- Beautiful silver cast bars!
- Consists of Ten Troy ounces of .9999 fine silver.
- On the obverse side are inscriptions of the Nadir Refinery logo with identifying markers.
- The reverse face of the bar includes no markings or inscriptions.
- Unique serial numbers.
Each of the 10 oz Silver Nadir Refinery Bars in this product listing comes to you safely packaged inside of a shipping box. The bars in this series from Nadir arrive with protective packaging materials around the item to keep it safe and secure during shipping, protecting its brand-new condition in the process.
Most silver bars start out in the same style as cast silver bars. Those bars that end up as cast silver bars as a finished product are created by pouring melted silver into prefabricated, heat-resistant molds to develop the shape of the product. Minted ingots, a more refined option, start as long cast silver bars that have individual units stamped out of the longer cast bar and then further refined into a finished product.
On the obverse side of the 10 oz Silver Nadir Refinery Bar, you will find inscriptions running down the vertical surface. These start with the Nadir Refinery logo at the top and followed down the surface of the bar by the weight, metal content, purity, assayer’s mark, and the serial number of the bar. The Nadir Refinery issues one-letter, five-number serial codes to its cast silver bars in this weight.
The reverse face of 10 oz Silver Nadir Refinery Bars includes a blank field. The vast majority of cast silver bars have designs on just one side. The only visual elements you are likely to find on this side are the striations and other lines formed by the silver when it is poured into the mold and then cools in place.
The Nadir Refinery was founded in 1967 by Nadir Tutuncu as a small jewelry workshop and recycler. The business expanded over time to become a trader of gold and silver, and opened a refining operation in 1993, the first of its kind in Turkey. In 2011, the business earned LBMA Good Delivery accreditation.
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