The Geiger Original Series might sound like a collection of silver and gold bars with old, basic designs, but this new collection is anything but outdated. Using the original, preferred design elements of Geiger bullion bars, the new Geiger Original collection has the latest in security features to defeat counterfeiting. Today, 50 Gram Geiger Square Silver Bars are available to you online from JM Bullion.
- Arrives inside protective plastic or cardboard boxes of 50 bars!
- Released in the Geiger Original Series!
- Contains 50 Grams (1.60754 Troy oz) of .999 pure silver.
- Obverse shows the façade of Schloss Guldengossa, the headquarters of Geiger.
- Reverse depicts a repeating LEV rhombus logo.
- Manufactured in Germany.
- Available for use in Precious Metal IRAs.
The latest series of silver bars from Geiger Edelmetalle have a traditional-sounding name, but bear all of the modern anti-counterfeiting features one can expect to find when buying silver. There are a total of seven security features per bar, with some part of the packaging and other features included in the physical design of the bars.
All 50 Gram Geiger Square Silver Bars are available individually with sealed plastic around the bar. Multiples will arrive in a cardboard box of 50 bars.
On each bar you’ll find a pearl finish to the obverse design field, while the reverse has a textured, high-relief finish. All bars have a ribbed edge customarily found on bullion coins, and there is a printed unique serial number. Also, there is a UV-coating on the reverse that showcases the LEV rhombus and serial number when held under a black light.
The obverse of all 50 Gram Geiger Square Silver Bars features the image of the outer façade of Schloss Guldengossa. This Baroque-style castle was constructed in 1720 and became the first registered location of Geiger Edelmetalle in the modern era. The castle itself is now the corporate headquarters and is located outside of Leipzig, Germany.
On the reverse of all Geiger Square Silver Bars in the Original Series you’ll find a repeating image of the LEV rhombus. Set on a 45-degree angle, these figures repeat across the surface with a singular LEV rhombus visible in the center only under black light.
Geiger Edelmetalle opened in Leipzig in 1218, giving it 800 years of refining experience. Leipzig, and the greater southeastern Saxony region of Germany, has been home to silver merchants since the early 11th century.
Please feel free to contact JM Bullion with questions. You can call us on the phone at 800-276-6508, chat with us live online, or simply send us your inquiries via email.