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    Explore a New Silver Collection at JM Bullion

    Posted on June 25, 2021

    With demand for silver remaining high in 2021, JM Bullion is constantly striving to provide a reliable source of silver for our customers. In addition to ensuring customers can buy the silver bullion products they’re looking for, we’re always proud to offer products from new brands. One of the recent new items to come to our site are silver bullion products from JBR Recovery Ltd. From massive silver bars to finely crafted 10 oz silver bars and silver rounds, JBR Recovery bullion items are sure to generate the same buzz among investors and collectors. Take a moment and learn a bit more about these new pieces of silver for sale at JM Bullion.

    100 oz Cast Bars

    For those investors looking for the biggest silver bars available when buying silver bullion on our site, JBR Recovery delivers with its 100 oz JBR Silver Bars. These 100 oz cast silver bars are designed in much the same way as other bars of this weight. Each bar has a blank reverse field that shows only the striations, natural lines, and textures that form when a poured silver bar is setting in its mold. On the obverse side of the 100 oz JBR Silver Bar are stamped inscriptions. These include the simple JBR Recovery logo at the top, an oval that has the company name in a ring around the purity. The bottom of the bar has the weight, metal content, and purity noted. The bars contain .999 pure silver content and ship with individual white boxes that have a sticker identifying the weight and bar type.

    Icons of Britain Bars and Rounds

    JBR Recovery has something to offer collectors as well. The silver for sale in its Icons of Britain design series comes in the form of minted ingots and silver rounds. Currently, we carry the 10 oz JBR Silver Bar and the 1 oz JBR Silver Round from this series. In general, the reverse of the bar and the round have the same design elements. Though the exact numbers and types of icons featured on the reverse field vary by the format size of the bullion piece, you will find many of the same symbols on this side. These include, but are not limited to, the famous members of the Royal Guard, the Imperial Crown, a football, a British Bobby’s helmet, the rampant lion, and one of the Three Lions of England.

    The obverse side of the 10 oz silver bar and 1 oz silver round are slightly different based on the different format. The 10 oz bar has the same inscription layout as the 100 oz cast bar mentioned above, with the JBR logo at the top and the weight, metal content, and purity below. However, these 10 oz silver bars are minted ingots, not cast bars. The 1 oz silver round features the JBR logo at the center, with the weight noted on the top rocker and the purity and metal content on the bottom rocker.

    1 oz JBR Silver Rounds ship with plastic flips for individual rounds, tubes for multiples of 20, or mint-sealed Master Boxes of 500 rounds. Similarly, the 10 oz JBR Silver Bar will ship individually or in a Master Box of 50 bars.

    About JBR Recovery Ltd.

    Based in West Bromwich, United Kingdom, JBR Recovery Ltd. specializes in recovering and refining precious metals such as silver, gold, platinum, and palladium from secondary, industrial, and waste sources. The photographic industry, one of the largest users of silver, is a major source of recycled silver that JBR refines back into .999 pure silver for use in bullion products such as the bars and rounds available to you from JM Bullion.

    Invest in JBR Silver with JM Bullion

    JBR Recovery Ltd. silver bullion items are available now from JM Bullion. If you have any questions, please feel free to ask. Our team can assist you on the phone at 800-276-6508, online using our live chat, and via our email address. Remember to follow us on Facebook and read our weekly blog posts for more information about upcoming and new releases.

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