HomeSilver BullionSilver BarsGeiger Edelmetalle Silver Bars
With precious metal roots dating back to the early 1700s, Geiger Edelmetalle continues its legacy as one of the most respected mints in all of Germany. And, with a new mint located in New York City, the Geiger Edelmetalle name is quickly becoming a renowned precious metal provider in the United States, too.
Since the beginning, the Geiger Edelmetalle mint has called the city of Leipzig, Germany home. Edelmetalle translates to “precious metal,” and Geiger Edelmetalle, also known as The House of Geiger, has been minting precious metal coins and bars for the better part of two and a half centuries.
Geiger Edelmetalle refines and mints gold and silver bullion products, as well as a limited amount of platinum, palladium, and copper. The company mines most of its precious metal from its raw materials mine near the small town of Zschorlau, Germany.
Although the Geiger Edelmetalle mint does produce a limited number of gold and silver coins, the company is best known for its silver bars. The company has a rotating silver bar collection, but by far its most popular bar is the Security Line silver bar with the Schloss Guldengossa Edition stamp.
Named after the famed baroque Castle Guldengossa in Germany, the Security Line comes in a number of sizes ranging from 1 gram and going up to 5,000 grams. In addition, because they are included in the Security Line, all Schloss Guldengossa silver bars come with unique identification and security features to prevent counterfeits.
The most prominent lineup of silver bars for sale from Geiger Edelmetalle at this moment is the newly launched Geiger Square Silver Bar. Offering the same brilliance and security features of its long-running Security Line collection of silver bars, the new Geiger Square Silver Bars incorporate features previously seen only in silver bullion coins to enhance the security of Geiger silver bullion, while still providing the coveted designs that investors have come to trust from this German refinery.
On the obverse side of each of the Geiger Square Silver Bars is that famous image of Schloss Guldengossa, the Baroque-style castle that represents the first registered corporate location for the refinery. Today, the structure serves as the corporate headquarters outside of Leipzig, Germany. Inscriptions on this side of the bar include “Geiger Edelmetalle” above the design field and the bar’s weight at the bottom along with “Feinsilber 999.”
The reverse face of the Geiger Silver Squares features the repeating image of the LEV rhombus that Geiger has long-used on its other silver bullion bars. This side also includes a serial number for each individual bar.
When you purchase a Silver Geiger Square, you’ll find that there are no fewer than seven anti-counterfeiting measures included in the design elements and packaging. These security features include the following:
The Silver Geiger Square Bars are available in weights that will attract any investors. The smallest of the bars include 1 Gram, 5 Gram, and 10 Gram options, while the high-end weights include 1 Kilogram, 100 Troy oz, and even 5 Kilogram bars. In most cases, these Silver Squares are available individually inside of varying secured packages. There are also bulk options available for each weight.
If you have any questions about these new silver products from Geiger, please feel free to reach out to Silver.com. Our customer service team is available to you at 888-989-7223, online using our live chat service, and via our email address.