Silver bars are available in a wide variety of weights and styles. Engelhard is a former precious metals refiner in the United States. It was a major platinum smelting operation and a precious metal refining business located in Newark, New Jersey. Despite its sale in 2006, Engelhard silver bars are still available as secondary market products to those investors looking for silver by weight. Today, 50 oz Silver Engelhard Bars are available to you online at Silver.com.
- Available to ship to you inside of protective plastic or resealable bags!
- Secondary market bars from Engelhard!
- Consists of 50 Troy ounces of .999 fine silver.
- Obverse inscriptions identify the refiner, along with weight, purity, and metal content.
- Individual serial numbers.
- Please be aware Silver.com cannot handpick different product styles for you. Listing could feature pressed, poured, or loaf bars.
- Buying multiples could result in several different types of bars.
Engelhard Corporation was founded in 1902 by Charles W. Engelhard Sr. For more than a century, the company operated its platinum smelting and precious metals refining operation in Newark. Today, Engelhard products are still available on the market, though all are previously owned and sold as secondary market options. Engelhard’s business was purchased in 2006 by BASF.
All of these 50 oz Silver Engelhard Bars are available to you with protective packaging. The exact packaging depends on the particular bar style, but could include either protective flips or resealable plastic bags. These are secondary market products, which means they are previously owned and could show signs of wear and tear from handling.
Silver.com cannot guarantee the type of silver bar you receive when buying through this listing. We do guarantee each bar is a 50 oz Silver Engelhard specimen with .999 fine silver. Beyond that, we cannot hand select a particular style for you or handpick varying styles if you decide to purchase more than one item.
All 50 oz Silver Engelhard Bars in this listing feature inscriptions on the obverse of the products only. At a minimum, you’ll find the name “Engelhard” engraved into this side of the bar, along with the weight, purity, metal content, and individual serial number for the particular product.
Engelhard silver bars were produced in a variety of forms over the course of time. The most common examples are poured silver bars, loaf-style silver bars that are poured products with a distinctive shape, and also pressed silver bars.
Please feel free to reach out to Silver.com if you have any questions about these bars. You can call us on the phone at 888-989-7223, chat with us live online, or simply send us an email with your inquiries.