When it comes to silver bars, there are a wide variety of weights to choose from. The most common sizes for investors are 1 oz, 10 oz, and kilo bars. The kilo represents a slightly larger option that is still easy to store and will also usually have a lower premium per oz than smaller weights. Here you will find the kilo edition in Argentia’s impressive lineup of cast bars sourced from a leading LBMA refiner. Right now, 1 Kilo Argentia Matte Cast Silver Bars are available to purchase online from JM Bullion.
- Available in protective plastic or a master box of 15 bars!
- All-new cast silver bar from Argentia!
- Beautiful matte finish!
- Contains 1 Kilo (32.15 Troy oz) of .9999 pure silver.
- The obverse contains the bar hallmarks and the Argentia logo.
- On the reverse, there is a blank field.
All 1 Kilo Argentia Matte Silver Bars in this online JM Bullion listing were produced through a casting process that gives each piece its own unique look. The silver for these bars has an impressive .9999 purity level and was sourced from a leading LMBA-recognized refinery. Individual bars will arrive in Mylar sleeves with holographic seals. If you purchase multiples of 15, they will be delivered in a master box.
On the obverse of 1 Kilo Argentia Cast Silver Bars, you’ll see the Argentia brand insignia and the identifying bar hallmarks. The official Argentia emblem features a sleek triangular shape and the words Argentia Precious Metals. The hallmarks appear underneath this image and read 1 Kilo fine Silver .9999. The surface has also been augmented with a matte finish, which will absorb shine rather than reflect it.
The reverse side of these 1 Kilo Matte Cast Silver Bars consists of a blank field. Bear in mind that as a cast bar, you find a range of uneven texturing, indentations, and striations along the surfaces. This is perfectly normal and is inherent to the cast production process. It also ensures that no two bars in this listing will look alike.
If you’re looking for the most basic type of silver to invest in, bars are a great option to consider. While bars are generally fairly rudimentary in their appearance, their premiums are often lower than coins, which are government issued with legal tender status. The two standard types of bars are cast and minted. Cast bars are made from molten silver poured into prefabricated molds, while minted bars are cut evenly from large sheets of silver. The quality of the silver is the same in both, with the only difference being their aesthetic appearance.
If you have any questions about these silver bars, don’t hesitate to reach out to JM Bullion. Our customer service team is available to you at 800-276-6508, online using our live chat, and via our email address.