Please note: The bar pictured above is a representation only and not the actual bar you will receive. Designs will vary.
Engelhard silver bars for sale still command respect in the precious metals industry, even though their bars are largely out of production today. Owning 10 oz silver bars offers great protection against market fluctuations, with investors and collectors alike attracted to 1 oz and 10 oz silver as first-choice products when buying online. Right now, 10 oz Engelhard Poured Silver Bars are available to purchase from JM Bullion.
- Arrives in plastic packaging.
- Hand-poured silver!
- Contains 10 Troy oz of .999 pure silver.
- Obverse features the refinery name and identifies characteristics.
- Reverse has a waffle pattern from the cooling process.
- Available from secondary market.
Each of these 10 oz Engelhard Poured Silver Bars represents one of the refinerys greatest product lines during its history. Engelhard poured bars were coveted by investors and collectors alike. Your purchase today of the 10 oz Engelhard Poured Silver Bar ships in plastic packaging.
Additionally, the bars available to you in this listing come from the secondary market. These are not brand-new products from the mint. As such, the 10 oz silver bar you receive with the Engelhard brand stamped onto it could feature minor flaws such as contact marks, blemishes, scratches, or scuffs.
Poured silver bars have long been a favorite in the bullion industry, and among collectors. These bars are created by heating silver to its melting point and then pouring the molten metal, by hand, from a vat into a pre-formed mold. This mold is shaped perfectly to ensure the right metal content and purity is in the end product.
The 10 oz Engelhard Poured Silver Bar is then left to cool in its mold, or dropped into water to speed up the cooling process. Once the bars have cooled to a certain point, engravings can be stamped into the surface.
On the obverse of these Engelhard Poured Silver Bars youll find a horizontal arrangement of inscriptions. The middle is dominated by a rectangle with rounded edges that has the refinery name, Engelhard, in the center. Above are markings of the purity, metal content, and weight. Some bars have a serial number below as well.
The reverse of the bars is left blank on purpose. This side often features a waffled pattern as a result of the silver metal cooling over time without a uniform surface area to keep it flat. Overall the bars have soft, rounded edges as a result of their hand-poured production.
Engelhard was formed in 1902 and quickly made a name for itself as the worlds largest refiner of platinum, gold, and silver. It is also credited with the development of the first production model catalytic converter for automobiles.
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