Poured silver bars have a rugged, old-fashioned quality to them, which many investors find quite appealing. If the poured aesthetic is your preferred style, then you may be interested in these bars from Scottsdale Mint. Compared to minted bars, these ingots have quite a bit of character, and because they are poured, you can be sure that no two bars will be alike. Today, 10 oz Scottsdale Cast Poured Silver Bars are available to you online from JM Bullion.
- Bar includes protective packaging!
- Beautiful poured bar from Scottsdale Mint!
- Consists of 10 Troy oz of .999 pure silver.
- The Scottsdale logo and bar hallmarks are depicted on the obverse.
- The reverse side is blank.
Each 10 oz Scottsdale Cast Poured Bar in this online listing will arrive to you in protective packaging. These bars were cast in .999 pure silver and consist of 10 Troy oz. Please note that due to the nature of cast bars, you may notice dips, ripples, and burn marks on their surfaces. This is perfectly normal and simply a result of the unique production process.
The obverse side of 10 oz Scottsdale Poured Silver Bars features the mint logo and bar hallmarks. The Scottsdale logo is positioned at the top of the bar and consists of a lion wearing a crown. Inscriptions are located beneath this that read Scottsdale, .999+ Fine Silver 10 Troy oz.
On the reverse side of 10 oz Scottsdale Cast Poured Silver Bars there is a blank field. Given the nature of poured bars, you may notice indentations, striations, and uneven texturing on the reverse side. As mentioned above, these visual characteristics are perfectly normal for this type of bar.
If you’re looking to diversify your portfolio, silver could be an excellent option to consider. The three most common types of silver products are coins, bars, and rounds. Coins are legal tender and usually carry the highest premiums. Bars and rounds are valued for their silver content alone and are considered the more affordable investment option.
When considering a silver bar, investors can choose between minted and poured ingots. Minted bars are created from large, smooth sheets of silver and have a more pristine visual quality. Poured bars on the other hand are made by applying molten silver to special molds, which lends them a more rough-hewn aesthetic.
Please don’t hesitate to contact JM Bullion with any questions about these poured silver bars. You can call us at 800-276-6508, chat with us live online, or simply send us an email with your inquiries.