Please keep in mind that multiples of these Geiger Edelmetalle bars originally ship to dealers inside handcrafted wooden boxes. However, the boxes have proven to warp and/or damage easily during shipping. As a result, you may or may not get the original wooden box if you buy multiples of the bars, depending on availability and condition.
The vast majority of silver bars sold today came in a loaf or rectangular form. This traditional shaping is common, but there are unique options available as well to those investors looking for something a little different. Geiger Edelmetalle has a new product line available with square bars featuring raised-edge rims like a bullion coin. Right now, 25 x 1 Gram Silver Geiger Square Bars are available to purchase online at Silver.com.
- Ships to you sealed in multicards of protective plastic with assay or in quantities of 25 multicards packaged in boxes!
- Enjoy a new silver bar lineup courtesy of Geiger Edelmetalle!
- Bears the latest Geiger security features!
- Consists of a total of 25 Grams, or .80375 Troy ounces, of .999 fine silver.
- Headquarters of Geiger Edelmetalle is engraved on the obverse.
- Repeating logo design and security features on the reverse.
- Black light NOT included.
Each 25 x 1 Gram Silver Geiger Square Bar in this product listing is available to you with an included assay card inside of each package. The product features a 25 Gram total weight with a total count of 25 individual 1 Gram silver bars housed in a protective plastic multicard. Each individual bar has its own assay card to verify metal weight and content.
For a bulk purchase, the 25 x 1 Gram Silver Geiger Square Bar is available in a box that contains 25 separate multicards. That’s a total weight of 625 Grams of .999 fine silver. All of the bars in this release are part of Geiger Edelmetalle’s exciting square production lineup that features a raised edge to the rim of the design field similar to that of a bullion coin.
Obverse designs on the individual 25 x 1 Gram Silver Geiger Square Bars feature the stamp of Geiger’s headquarters. The Schloss Guldengossa castle is found outside of Leipzig and was constructed in 1720. Today it is the company headquarters and its first registered office.
Reverse design elements focus on a repeating pattern. Arranged horizontally across the bar you’ll find the image of a rhombus with “LEV” in the center of the rhombus. With a black light in hand, you’ll find the most secure feature of these bars. In the center is an infrared “LEV” rhombus only visible with the black light. Each bar also has its own unique serial number.
Geiger Edelmetalle is a family-owned refining operation. The company traces its roots back to 1218 in Leipzig when the silver mining industry of Germany’s Saxony region began to take off. Since that time, Geiger has been active in the region and is a major player in Germany’s silver and precious metals industries.
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