There are many options available to investors when buying silver. A popular choice among many today is the variety of silver coins available from sovereign mints. These coins have government-backed purity and weight that many other silver options do not offer. On the other hand, silver bars have been a staple of precious metal investing for hundreds of years. Right now, 100 oz Silver Engelhard Bars are available to purchase online at Silver.com.
- From the Engelhard Corporation!
- Consists of 100 Troy ounces of .999 fine silver.
- Obverse bears the only inscriptions.
- Blank reverse side.
- Ideal investment option!
- Ship in individual plastic flips.
In this Silver.com listing, you have the chance to purchase 100 oz Silver Engelhard Bars. Each one is individually packaged in protective plastic. Despite the growing popularity of silver coins, sometimes they have drawbacks when compared to silver bars. In particular, silver bars of this 100 oz weight have benefits you won’t find in coins.
Bars such as these 100 oz Silver Engelhard Bars are accepted trading units on markets around the world, which means you can easily buy and sell them as needed to move your funds around. More importantly, 100 oz silver bars enable investors to store a great amount of wealth in a relatively small space. Imagine 100 individual silver bullion coins compared to this singular bar!
For these 100 oz Silver Engelhard Bars, in particular, you can purchase a product that is no longer made. Engelhard Corporation ceased production of silver bars in the 1980s. Even though they are no longer made, Engelhard’s reputation for excellence in refining remains strong today and these bars are a great option for storing wealth.
The obverse side of these cast 100 oz Silver Bars features the only inscriptions you’ll find on its surface areas. Arranged horizontally across the bar’s surface, the engravings include the Engelhard brand name, along with the purity as “999,” a unique serial number with a 6-digit numeric code, and the weight of the bar as “100.000.”
No engravings or inscriptions are found on the bar’s reverse face. These cast bars were struck by pouring molten silver into molds to cool. The reverse surface is the one which was facing down in the mold, and the obverse surface was exposed as the bars cooled. This meant the engravings and inscriptions were struck only onto that surface during the cooling process.
Engelhard Corporation was once one of America’s greatest private refineries. Founded in 1902 by Charles W. Engelhard in Newark, New Jersey, it was purchased in 2006 by BASF for $5 billion and no longer operates under its previous name.
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