If you’re looking to buy silver online, JM Bullion has a wide range of options to suit any interest. From hand-poured and cast silver bars to high-quality minted ingots, there is no shortage of options for the savvy investor. Among our many silver bullion bars, you will find various weights available with the Scotiabank brand identified on the bars. Today, 10 oz Scotiabank Silver Bars are available to you online from JM Bullion.
- Available to you in plastic sleeves!
- Impressive minted ingots!
- Contains 10 Troy oz of .999 pure silver.
- Scotiabank logo on the obverse.
- Scotiabank name with the weight, metal content, and purity on the reverse.
Silver bullion bars are commonly produced in one of two primary forms: cast silver bars or minted ingots. There are also hand-poured silver bars, which are very close in concept and form to cast silver bars. The primary difference between the two is that few hand-poured silver bars are IRA eligible, while some cast silver bars are suitable for IRA accounts. Minted ingots are highly-refined cast silver bars that have been cut into precise shapes and engraved with more detailed designs than cast silver bars.
All 10 oz Scotiabank Silver Bars in this product listing come to you with an individual plastic sleeve. These bars are produced on behalf of Scotiabank by Valcambi Suisse, a Switzerland-based refiner with one of the largest precious metals portfolios in the world. These bars are secondary market items. This means we did not receive them directly from the original producer and the bars may show varying levels of wear and tear.
In the obverse design of the Scotiabank Silver Bars, you will find the name and logo of the Canadian bank. At the center of the design field is the logo for Scotiabank, a stylized S with a globe design at the center of it. The globe design features latitudinal and longitudinal lines. The name of the bank is inscribed in its own corporate text at the bottom of the bar.
Flip the bar over to the reverse, and you will see that the 10 oz Scotiabank Silver Bar has several markings identifying the bank and the bar’s weight, purity, and metal content. The Scotiabank name again appears on this face, but is situated at the top of the bar this time. The weight, metal content, and purity are inscribed, in that order, below.
Valcambi Suisse is one of the world’s leading bullion brands and opened its business in 1961. Originally formed in Balerna, Switzerland, in 1961 as Valori & Cambi, a 1967 merger with Credit Suisse brought about its current name of Valcambi Suisse.
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