When you’re looking into buying silver online, you’ll quickly find that the most common weights available are 1 oz and 10 oz silver. Both options provide silver buyers with valuable premiums per Troy ounce of silver and plenty of variety in terms of the products available. Right now, 10 oz Silver in various forms is available to purchase online at Silver.com.
- Ships to you inside of protective flips, capsules, sleeves, or boxes depending upon product form!
- Consists of Ten Troy ounces of at least .999 fine silver.
- Obverse and reverse designs selected by mint of origin.
- Available in varied condition and forms.
- Please note that purchasing more than one product could result in receiving several of the same form, in the same condition, and from the same mint.
Each 10 oz Silver product available to you in this varied listing is housed in protective packaging. Different products are typically housed in different types of packages. Coins and rounds, for example, are commonly offered in individual flips or capsules, with tubes or boxes for multiples. Bars could arrive in plastic flips or boxes. Silver bullets and other products may come in individual plastic sleeves or boxed packaging.
This Silver.com listing is a varied product offering. You will receive a 10 oz Silver product with a minimum fineness of .999 silver content. We cannot guarantee the specific form of your 10 oz silver product, or the condition and mint of origin. If you buy more than one item, please note that you could receive several of the same condition, mint of origin, and form. We select all products at random when your payment is processed.
10 oz silver comes in various forms, including silver bullion coins, silver bars, silver rounds, and even silver bullets. As one example of a silver bullion coin you could receive, there is the 10 oz Silver Armenian Noah’s Ark coin. Issued for the Republic of Armenia, the coins feature images of the national coat of arms and a depiction of Noah’s ark from the biblical tale.
When it comes to 10 oz silver bars, you’ll find minted ingots, cast bars, and even hand-poured products. One such example of a minted ingot is the 10 oz Silver Texas Mint Bar. It features a depiction of the interior dome of the Texas State Capitol Building in Austin, along with the trademarked outline of the state of Texas.
Silver bullets and rounds are also available with varying designs. The most common 10 oz silver bullet replicates a .50 caliber round, while one example of a 10 oz silver round is Monarch Precious Metal’s recent Dragon vs Viking design.
If you have questions, please contact Silver.com. You can call us at 888-989-7223, chat with us live online, or email us.