The Saxony mountains in southeastern Germany have been a hotbed of the silver industry for more than 1,000 years now. Only one company has been there for most of the past millennium, refining the silver that helped turn Leipzig and the surrounding areas of Germany into a silver power. Right now, Geiger Edelemetalle’s 100 Gram Geiger Square Silver Bar is available to purchase online from JM Bullion.
- Arrives in a security capsule with a Certificate of Authenticity!
- Released in the Geiger Original Series!
- Contains 100 Grams (3.215 Troy oz) of .999 pure silver.
- Obverse includes the image of Schloss Guldengossa.
- Reverse bears a repeating image of the LEV rhombus.
- Refined in Germany by Geiger Edelmetalle.
Each Geiger Edelmetalle silver bar is expertly packaged and secured with a numbered Certificate of Authenticity. Geiger uses security capsules for all individual silver bars for sale, and the serial number that uniquely identifies each bar is reflected on the included Certificate of Authenticity you receive with purchase.
Geiger Edelmetalle is located in the mountainous region of Germany known as Saxony. Set in the southeastern reaches of Germany, the nation’s oldest silver trade started around Leipzig and has been powered for years by the expert refining and processing of precious metals by Geiger.
In the Original Series of silver and gold bars, Geiger presents its most classic of designs on bullion bars. The headquarters of the refinery is featured on one side of the bars, while the other side has a repeating design of the refinery’s LEV rhombus logo. There are numerous security features built into each Geiger bar to protect against counterfeiting.
On the obverse of each 100 Gram Geiger Square Silver Bar is a beautiful depiction of Schloss Guldengossa, the headquarters of Geiger Edelmetalle today. The castle was built in 1720 outside of Leipzig and was the first registered facility by Geiger Edelmetalle. The minted obverse of the bars features a pearl finish for enhanced security.
Each of the Geiger Original Series square bars has a ribbed edge around the outside typically found on bullion coins. The reverse of these Geiger Square Silver Bars includes a textured, high-relief production of the LEV rhombus logo used by Geiger Edelmetalle. There is also a printed, unique serial number with a one-letter, seven-digit code. There is also a UV coating on the reverse, which under black light reveals another LEV rhombus and highlights the serial number.
Geiger Edelmetalle opened outside of Leipzig in 1218. For 800 years, the refinery has been at the center of the nation’s silver industry. In addition to gold and silver bars, Geiger coins the popular Armenian Silver Noah’s Ark coins.
If you have any questions, please don’t hesitate to ask. JM Bullion customer service is available at 800-276-6508, online using our live chat, and via our email address.