Poured silver bars are special simply because they are not as prevalent today as they once were. The difference between a poured silver bar and a pressed silver bar are in the way they are made, and nowadays, pressing the silver in order to make a bar is much more cost effective and efficient.
- Contains 10 oz of .999 pure silver.
- Minted at SilverTowne in the USA.
- Design features the SilverTowne logo.
- The hand-poured design looks rustic.
- All bars in this listing are new.
SilverTowne’s 10 oz poured silver bar is unique because not many bars like this exist on the market. 10 oz silver bars are a great investment idea for someone who is looking to get started with an investment in precious metals as well as for those investors who simply want to add to a preexisting investment. Everything there is to know about the 10 oz SilverTowne poured silver bar will be discussed in the following few sections.
In regards to the 10 oz poured silver bar by SilverTowne, most of its design and features are in line with other 10 oz bars. What differentiates this bar from others is the fact that its edges and corners are not as precise as what you will find on pressed silver bars. Because this is a poured bar it looks rawer and more unrefined than other silver bars.
The front side of the 10 oz SilverTowne poured silver bars feature the SilverTowne name imprinted in cursive, the ten ounce weight and the .999 purity. Unlike other ten ounce silver bars, all the markings on this bar are imprinted as opposed to being raised.
When you purchase a 10 oz poured silver bar by SilverTowne it will be discreetly shipped to your door in protective plastic. When bullion leaves our doors and is in route to yours, the ride can often be a bumpy one, and for this reason we do everything we can to assure you that your silver will arrive in the same condition it left our facilities.
When someone references purity in regards to silver bars, they are really talking about the composition of the bar. The 10 oz poured silver bar by SilverTowne has a purity of .999, meaning the bar is made of 99.9% pure silver. This level of purity is more or less an industry standard for silver bars.
SilverTowne was founded in Indiana, USA in 1949. When SilverTowne first opened its doors it was a small coin dealer, though over the years has transformed into a producer of bullion, as well. Since day 1 they have prided themselves in the quality of their products and the unparalleled customer service they provide. It is these qualities that have made SilverTowne the mint they are today.