Located near Leipzig, Germany, Geiger Edelmetalle produces some of the world’s most-coveted gold and silver bullion products. In addition to the popular Noah’s Ark Silver Coins, Geiger produces a variety of silver bullion bars for investors. One of its latest collections, the Geiger Silver Squares, brought common silver bullion coin design concepts to silver bars for the first time. Learn more about Geiger silver bar products in the paragraphs below!
Geiger Edelmetalle has long used the same design on the primary face of its bars. The castle known as Schloss Guldengossa was the first registered office for the refinery and serves to this day as its corporate headquarters. The Baroque-styled castle has hosted individuals include Johann Sebastian Bach and Johann Wolfgang von Goethe during its illustrious lifetime, and it features on the obverse of countless silver, gold, platinum, palladium, and copper products from Geiger Edelmetalle.
The reverse of most products, such as the impressive new Geiger Silver Square Bars, include the repeating LEV rhombus design element. This pattern is the hallmark of the mint and stands for Leipziger Edelmetallverarbetung, or LEV for short. The design elements of the new Geiger Silver Square Bars goes beyond secure packaging to deliver a silver bullion product with the highest levels of security when investing.
The introduction of the Geiger Silver Square Bars brought with it a revolution in the security features added to silver bars for sale. These enhancements include a pearl finish on the surface of the obverse side, with a textured, high-relief design for the reverse. Further, each of the bars boasts a ribbed edge that is typically used only on bullion coinage. You’ll also find a unique serial number on each bar, and a UV coating on the reverse design element. What you cannot see with the naked eye, a black light will reveal in the center of the reverse design field: a UV-blue LEV rhombus.
One of the more impressive facets of the Geiger Silver Square Bar collection is its variety of weights. The collection includes silver for sale that ranges in weight from as small as 1 Gram to weights including 1 Kilogram and 5 Kilograms. Few other silver bullion bar collections offer investors so many choices. You’ll also find varying secure, protective packaging and boxing offered for these products based on size and purchase option (individual vs. bulk).
The Geiger Edelmetalle Mint was established in 1218 in Leipzig, Germany. Its founders, who were originally merchants, developed it from the fledgling silver trade that would ultimately become the backbone of the region’s economy.
Today, Geiger Edelmetalle is not only the oldest operating silver trading house in Germany, but it is also recognized as one of the most respected names in the precious metal industry. It offers a wide array of finely crafted merchandise that adheres to the standards of the London Bullion Market Association. All precious metals used in the minting of their bullion pieces are provided by (LBV) Leipziger Edelmetallverarbeitung. Because merchandise production occurs in-house, Geiger Edelmetalle can immediately respond to and meet public demands.
If you have further questions about these silver bars, please feel free to reach out to JM Bullion. You can contact our customer service team on the phone at 800-276-6508, chat with us live online, or email us directly.