Among the world’s most respected mints, the Perth Mint is a major producer of gold and silver bullion. Its gold and silver bullion coin programs are incredibly popular with investors and collectors, but that is no the full extent of production at the mint. The Perth Mint also produces minted ingots and cast bars for investors, including massive 100 ounce silver bars. Today, 100 oz Silver Perth Mint Cast Bars are available to you online at Silver.com.
- Available to ship to you in shipping boxes with protective wrapping!
- Impressive cast silver bars!
- Consists of 100 Troy ounces of .999 fine silver.
- On the obverse is the Perth Mint logo with the weight, purity, and metal content.
- The reverse features a blank field.
Cast silver bars are ideal items for investors. These bars, especially the likes of these 100 oz silver bars, can be purchased with much lower premiums over the spot price of silver because the production process is simpler. With designs on just one side and quicker production compared to minted ingots, cast bars are a great way to increase silver holdings.
All of the 100 oz Silver Perth Mint Cast Bars available here come in brand-new condition from the mint. The bars will be individually wrapped with protective materials inside of a discreet cardboard box for shipping. Cast silver bars typically have design elements or inscriptions on just one side.
On the obverse of the 100 oz Silver Cast Bars from the Perth Mint are the only purposeful inscriptions on the bars. The main design element is found at the top of the field and features the Perth Mint logo. The logo is a circle with an elegant swan with swooping wings. It is surrounded by the name of the mint and the nation of issue. You will also find markings of the weight, purity, and metal content at the bottom of the bar. For those bars issued with a serial number, it is inscribed along the left edge of the obverse.
The reverse of 100 oz Silver Perth Mint Cast Bars features a blank field. There are no inscriptions or stamped designs of any kind on this side. However, you may notice some natural textures resulting from the cooling process during production. As the silver settles in the mold and hardens or is dumped into water to cool, it can result in striations and other lines showcasing how the silver settled.
Located in the city of Perth, Western Australia, the Perth Mint opened in 1899. It was meant to join the Sydney Mint and Melbourne Mint as a branch facility of the Royal Mint of England, but three years later the nation went through federation. Today, the Perth Mint is owned by the state government of Western Australia and is the oldest operating mint in the nation.
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