For those looking to buy silver in bulk, large silver bars represent the best possible option for doing so. The largest cast silver bars with LBMA Good Delivery accreditation are 100 Troy ounce and 400 Troy ounce specimens. These are, in fact, the largest common silver bar weights you will find. In the case of both weights, most are cast silver bars. Today, 100 oz Silver Nadir Refinery Bars are available to you online at Silver.com.
- Available to ship to you inside of protective materials in a shipping box!
- Immense silver cast bars!
- Consists of 100 Troy ounce of .999 fine silver.
- The obverse features identifying markers.
- On the reverse is a blank field.
- Individual serial numbers.
A cast silver bar is one that is produced using the oldest production methods for refined precious metals. Cast bars are produced by first melting the silver down to a liquid state and then pouring it into a prefabricated mold. The silver is left to cool in the mold before it is removed, stamped with markings, and packaged for shipment.
All of these 100 oz Silver Nadir Refinery Bars are available in brand-new condition from Nadir Refinery. Each bar is individually packaged inside of a shipping box with protective wrapping materials around the item to keep it safe during the shipping process. The bars in this series are individually serialized with a unique six-number code.
The obverse face of the 100 oz Silver Nadir Refinery Bars includes all of the markings added to these products. The inscriptions on this side are struck incuse into the surface of the bars, leaving a flat surface with sunken elements. These markings include the Nadir Refinery name, the weight of the bar, the silver purity of the bar, and the unique serial number. There is also an assayer’s mark on this side of the bar.
On the reverse field of 100 oz Silver Nadir Refinery Bars is a blank field. The only other textures and visuals on these bars are the pour lines from when the silver was poured into the mold to create the bars. These bars have a unique shape with an obverse face that is larger in surface area than the reverse. The edges are slightly angled from one surface to the next.
Opened in 1967 to recycle jewelry, Nadir Refinery did not open an active refinery until 1993 when it became the first modern gold refinery in Turkey. The company is accredited by the Istanbul Gold Exchange and the LBMA.
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