Platinum is an increasingly popular precious metal among investors. While gold and silver continue to dominate the market, the increasing use of platinum in industries outside of precious metals has stretched the already minimal supply of platinum to a point where bullion bar values are growing. Today, 50 oz Platinum Bars are available to you online at Silver.com.
- Available to ship to you in resealable plastic bags, plastic sleeves, or simply wrapped with packaging material in a box!
- Comes in varied conditions!
- Offered from any mint!
- Consists of 50 Troy ounces of .9995 fine platinum.
- The obverse and reverse fields have varying designs.
- Please note you might get matching designs, styles, and conditions for the bars you receive when you buy more than one.
When you compare the known deposits of platinum around the world to those of gold and silver, you begin to get a true sense of the rarity of platinum. Recent estimates put the available quantity of known platinum in mines around the world at 1/10th the level of gold and 1/100th the level of silver.
All of these 50 oz Platinum Bars are offered to you in varied conditions with selections coming from any mint. These bars are in conditions that can include new, like-new, those with slight wear and tear, and those with signs of heavy handling. Flaws can include issues such as scuffs, scratches, dents, and other elements related to contact with other items. We will package the bars accordingly when fulfilling your order. The bars will be shipped in resealable bags, sleeves, or with simple packaging material around the item inside of a shipping box.
Please note that you could get 50 oz Platinum Bars with the same conditions, designs, and mints of origin. We select all items at random after your payment has cleared, which means we are not able to guarantee a particular design, style, and condition prior to purchase.
The obverse and reverse fields of these 50 oz Platinum Bars come with varying designs. In the event you receive a minted ingot, you will find designs that are engraved onto the surface of the item with imagery on both fields. With cast bars, it is more common to stamp markings incuse into the bar and put the identifying hallmarks on just one side of the bar.
Please feel free to reach out to Silver.com with any questions. You can reach our team by calling 888-989-7223, chatting with us live online, or simply sending us an email with your inquiries.