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    Republic Metals Corporation

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    Republic Metals Corporation Products from JM Bullion

    Republic Metals Corporation is one of a growing number of private US mints whose popularity is on the rise as the precious metals marketplace expands and matures. With investors and collectors clamoring for silver, gold, platinum, and palladium products, mints are expanding their portfolios to offer an ever-widening range of options for investors of all levels, and collectors of all persuasions.

    While some mints have grown their offerings to include silver rounds, RMC combines the beautiful designs of silver rounds (in some cases) with the investment value of silver and gold bars. JM Bullion is proud to carry a variety of RMC products, ranging from cast and minted ingots to intricately designed silver bars. Scroll through our catalog of available Republic Metals Corporation products on JM Bullion.

    RMC Minted Ingots

    All silver bars have much lower premiums over the spot price of silver than silver bullion coins, but among them there is still differentiation. Minted ingots have a more complex production process than hand-poured or cast silver bars, leading to higher prices that fall between the low end of the market represented by silver rounds and cast bars, and the high end of the market represented by silver bullion coins.

    In this product array, RMC currently offers two exciting products. One is a 10 oz silver bar with some of the most iconic imagery from American history featured upon it. The other is a brand-new product from RMC available as of November 28, 2016. The 1 oz RMC Gold Bar represents the latest leap in technology at the refining facilities of Republic Metals Corporation.

    First up, the 10 oz RMC Eagle Silver Bar. Another of RMC’s latest reveals, this bar features the American bald eagle and the Grand Canyon in Arizona on the other. Details for this product include:

    • Ships to you in heat-sealed plastic for individual bars, or multiples of 25 in a box.
    • Designed by Thomas D. Rogers.
    • Contains 10 oz of .999 pure silver.

    Thomas D. Rogers is responsible for the design of the soaring eagle on the obverse side of the 10 oz. RMC Eagle Silver Bar. Rogers is well known as an Assistant Engraver and artist for the United States Mint, and designed the reverse face of the American Platinum Eagle bullion coin from the mint. On the obverse face of the Eagle Silver Bar you'll find the image of an American bald eagle soaring through the sky. Its wings are wide as it soars above the wide open spaces of Grand Canyon National Park, with the winding Colorado River moving through the base of the mountainous outcrop.

    The reverse of each bar features the Republic Metals Corporation checkboard design. In the center are engravings of the bar's weight, purity, and metal content. Below the smooth field of the engravings you'll find the RMC logo, which is intricate in design. It features an iron rod being poured from a cauldron into the furnace of the “”M”” in RMC.

    In addition to the Eagle silver bar, RMC also offers a 10 oz RMC Silver Bar for purchase. Unlike the Eagle silver bar, this product features RMC branding and is aimed strictly at investors who value the price of silver and its status as a safe-haven metal. Details of the bar include:

    • Ships in a heat-sealed plastic package or box of 25 bars.
    • Contains 10 Troy oz of .999 pure silver.
    • Obverse features the only engravings.
    • Eligible for use in Precious Metals IRAs.
    • Privately minted in the United States.

    On the obverse of each 10 oz RMC Cast Silver Bar you’ll find the only engravings. These include the Republic Metals Corporation logo at the top, followed by the full name of the mint and then the weight, purity, and metal content of the bar. An assayer’s mark is featured at the bottom of the obverse.

    There are no reverse engravings on these bars. The Republic Metals Corporation logo at the top of the obverse features a large vat from which iron is poured into the cooling mold that is featured in the center of the “M” in the “RMC” engraving below the logo.

    Now, the 1 oz Republic Metals Corporation Gold Bar is an investor’s dream. An all-new offering from RMC, the details of this product are impressive and include:

    • Individual bars ship in tamper-evident, sealed protective plastic, with multiples of 25 in boxes.
    • Contains 1 oz of .9999 pure gold.
    • Struck in the United States using locally sourced gold.
    • Features an individual serial number for authentication.
    • Eligible for use in Precious Metal IRA accounts.

    On the obverse side of the 1 oz Republic Metals Corporation Gold Bar is the company’s official corporate logo. The logo itself forms the letters RMC, with the “M” split in the middle by an iron rod that pours molten gold into a furnace for smelting. The bar’s weight, metal content, and purity are engraved on this side, along with an assayer’s mark and individual serial number.

    The reverse side of this 1 oz Gold Bar features the full name of the refinery, Republic Metals Corporation, at a 45-degree angle in the center, with a repeating pattern that consists of the company’s RMC logo along the rest of the bar in a similar diagonal orientation.

    RMC Cast Silver Bars

    An equally popular choice among investors, cast silver bars represent the most traditional production methods in the precious metals industry. With the exception of modern machinery being introduced, cast silver bars are largely produced in much the same fashion that silver and gold bars have been struck for thousands of years. Currently, JM Bullion offers a 5 oz and 10 oz cast silver bar from Republic Metals Corporation.

    The details of the 5 oz RMC Cast Silver Bar are as follows:

    • Arrives in individually heat-sealed plastic or boxes of 25 bars.
    • All-new offering from RMC!
    • Contains 5 Troy oz of .999 pure silver.
    • Obverse features all the identifying markers.
    • Eligible for Precious Metals IRAs.
    • Privately minted in the United States of America.

    The obverse of the 5 oz RMC Cast Silver Bar features all the engravings you’ll find on these investment-grade options. At the top of the obverse you’ll find the image of the RMC logo, which features a molten iron bar being dumped from a vat above the “RMC” initials into a cast within the “M” of the logo.

    Below that are the engravings of the full refinery name, “Republic Metals Corporation,” and the weight, purity, and metal content of the bar. There is also an engraving of the assayer’s mark on the bar at the bottom of the design field.

    As for the 10 oz RMC Cast Silver Bar, the details include:

    • Ships in a heat-sealed plastic package or box of 25 bars.
    • Contains 10 Troy oz of .999 pure silver.
    • Obverse features the only engravings.
    • Eligible for use in Precious Metals IRAs.
    • Privately minted in the United States.

    On the obverse of each 10 oz RMC Cast Silver Bar you’ll find the only engravings. These include the Republic Metals Corporation logo at the top, followed by the full name of the mint and then the weight, purity, and metal content of the bar. An assayer’s mark is featured at the bottom of the obverse.

    There are no reverse engravings on these bars. The Republic Metals Corporation logo at the top of the obverse features a large vat from which iron is poured into the cooling mold that is featured in the center of the “M” in the “RMC” engraving below the logo.

    Minted Ingots vs. Cast Bars

    In order to create minted ingot bars, refiners will start by manufacturing long, flat cast bars to serve as the blanks upon which minted ingots will eventually be formed. Traditionally this was done by creating a long mold that was used in the production of cast bars. These molds made it possible to create cast blanks with the precise width, thickness, and length required to make minted ingots.

    To speed up the process, modern refiners will often use a continuous casting process instead. This produces bar stock of the required width and thickness on a continuous basis that is then fed into a continuous casting machine. Throughout a very complex process, the cast blanks are melted under induction heating or resistance heating to form minted ingot shapes that match exact specifications.

    The new bars are then broken down in a rolling mill to reduce the larger batches down to the required thickness, and an interstage annealing process occurs that recrystallizes the grain structure of the metals and improves the surface finish of the bar. The rolling mill, combined with a strip annealing furnace help refine the bars to their required thickness. Further exposure to a gauging mill refines the bars even more, before they are eventually sent to the blanking press where each individual bar is punched out of the strip to prepare for striking process, at which point mint marks and designs are added to the finished product.

    Those investors who prefer the London Good Delivery, COMEX Division Good Delivery Bars, and other smaller cast bars chase after a product that exist in a world between hand-poured products and those minted ingots which are highly computerized throughout the production process.

    The common approach to this production process is to first melt the precious metal in question in a bulk “holding” crucible to prepare it for pouring into molds. Typically an induction furnace is used to heat the metal to its melting point, at which time the holding crucible is tilted to transfer the molten metals through a soft gas flame and into a pre-heated and dressed bar mold to create the bar’s specific size and weight. To ensure proper weights are reached, the molds are typically positioned on a balance to record the weight of the metal as it is poured so that pouring can cease when the right weight is reached.

    At this point in the process, one of two steps is taken. Some refiners will drop the bar out of the mold into a tank of water within seconds of pouring the mold to quickly cool the bar in a process known as “quenching.” Alternatively, the bars may be left in the molds to air cool over time.

    Either way, once cooling is complete the bars are cleaned with soft cloths to remove any stains and then weighed to ensure the stated weight was achieved in the process. Approved bars are then marked with a refiner’s official stamp, a serial number, and the assayed purity of the batch.

    Background on Republic Metals Corporation

    Republic Metals Corporation was founded in 1980 in Florida by Richard Rubin. Using an initial investment of just $2,500, the company has grown into one of the largest full-service refineries in North America. The company was the first US refinery to receive the prestigious ISO14001 certification 17 years ago, and remains a leader today as it nears the 40th anniversary of its 1980 founding.

    Thanks to RMC’s proprietary state-of-the-art technology, it was the first gold refiner in the United States to receive a Green Refining Technology certification. RMC’s main facility is in Miami, with additional facilities in New York City and Los Angeles. 2016 has been a big year for Republic Metals Corporation. The refinery became the first precious metals company to achieve ISO14001:2015 certification for its commitment to environmental management systems and protocols that ensure all business operations are conducted in an environmentally responsible manner.

    How to Purchase Republic Metals Corporation Products from JM Bullion

    JM Bullion proudly accepts a variety of forms of payment for your purchase of RMC gold and silver bars. We accept major credit/debit cards, with the exception of American Express, paper checks, bank wire transfers, and Pay Pal transfers. The latter two forms of payment process the quickest, releasing your purchases to our fulfillment queue.

    If you pay by credit/debit card, you can expect your payment to process within one business day on average. Paper checks take upwards of four to six business days to process. Anyone paying by bank wire or paper check saves 4% on their purchase price due to a lack of processing fees.

    All Republic Metals Corporation gold and silver bars from JM Bullion come with free standard shipping and insurance on orders over $99. All products are packaged in discreet boxes to protect the identity of your products during shipping. If you’d like to pay for expedited shipping, you’ll have that option at checkout. The United States Postal Service and UPS are proud shipping partners of JM Bullion, and we’ll work to secure a refund of your purchase price or provide you with replacement products should anything (loss, damage) happen to your products during shipping.

    If you have any questions, please feel free to contact JM Bullion at 800-276-6508. Our customer service associates are also available online using our website’s live chat feature or by submitting your questions in writing via email.