Geiger Edelmetalle is among the world’s most prominent precious metal refiners. Offering bullion bars in gold and silver, the Geiger Original Series brings the classic design of Geiger bars to life on a brand-new collection of bullion products with the latest in security features included in the design. Today, the 250 Gram Silver Geiger Square Bar is available to you online at Silver.com.
- Ships to you housed in individual plastic!
- Offered as part of the Geiger Original Series!
- Consists of 250 Grams, or 8.0376 Troy ounces, of .999 fine silver.
- Obverse includes the design of the castle at Schloss Guldengossa.
- Reverse bears the repeating design of an LEV rhombus logo created by Geiger Edelmetalle.
- Refined in Germany.
- Eligible for use Precious Metal IRAs.
The Geiger Original Series brings back the classic design of Schloss Guldengossa, the headquarters of the refinery and former castle outside of Leipzig, Germany. This design has been used by Geiger for years on various silver bullion bar products, and is now available on one of the newest product lineups.
All 250 Gram Silver Bars available through this Silver.com listing ship individually inside of plastic packaging. You can also purchase these bars in boxes that contain a total of 45 bars. For these bulk purchases you’ll receive 45 bars which are vacuum-sealed and stacked in a wooden box.
On the obverse of all 250 Gram Silver Geiger Square Bars is the design of Schloss Guldengossa. The castle was built in 1720 outside of Leipzig in a Baroque style, and it was the first registered building used by Geiger Edelmetalle. Today it serves as the corporate headquarters for the refinery and is featured on various silver bar collections.
The reverse of each of these Geiger Original Series square silver bars, the refinery uses a repeating LEV rhombus logo. The logo is accompanied on this side of the bars by an individual serial number.
Geiger Original Series square bars feature a total of seven different security features in the design. The obverse field, for example, has a pearl finish. The reverse has a high-relief design and the bars have a ribbed edge commonly found on many modern bullion coin programs.
Geiger Edelmetalle is located in Leipzig, Germany in the nation’s southwest Saxony region. This region of Germany has been home to a robust silver merchant trade and rich silver mines for more than 1,000 years, and since 1218 Geiger has been there to refine silver and gold for the world.
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