shopper approved
    1227.25
    -0.81
    14.73
    -0.01
    843.5
    -0.95
    1082
    -6.50

    Gram-Kilo Silver Bars

    • Price - Low to High
    • Price - Low to High
    • Price - High to Low
    • Weight Ascending
    • Weight Descending
    1 Gram Geiger Square Silver Bar (New)
    As Low As:
    In Stock
    5 Gram Geiger Square Silver Bar (New)
    As Low As:
    In Stock
    25 x1 Gram Geiger Square Silver Bar (New)
    As Low As:
    In Stock
    100 Gram Valcambi Silver Bar (New w/ Assay)
    As Low As:
    In Stock
    250 Gram Geiger Square Silver Bar (New)
    As Low As:
    In Stock
    500 Gram Geiger Square Silver Bar (New)
    As Low As:
    In Stock
    1 Kilo SilverTowne Poured Silver Bar (New)
    As Low As:
    In Stock
    1 Kilo Sunshine Silver Bar (New, MintMark SI)
    As Low As:
    In Stock
    1 Kilo Asahi Silver Bar (New)
    As Low As:
    In Stock
    1 Kilo Valcambi Cast Silver Bar (New w/ Assay)
    As Low As:
    In Stock

    Silver Bullion Bars in Gram and Kilo Weights

    Precious metal products are available today in a variety of styles and weights. Silver bullion coins are immensely popular as an investment and collectible choice. However, silver bullion bars are a more traditional means of securing wealth. Compared to silver coins, silver bars are available in a greater variety of styles, designs, and weights. Gram and kilo-weight silver bars are particularly popular.

    Why So Popular?

    Gram and kilo-weighted silver bars for sale are popular with investors for a number of reasons. First and foremost, the smaller size of many of the bars weighed in Grams make it easier for all investors to buy silver. On the other end of that same spectrum, kilogram bars are a more affordable means of investing with bulk purchases. The price-per-ounce of 1 Kilogram bars is often lower than purchase 32 individual 1 Troy oz bars. As such, you can purchase the same weight of silver in a 1 Kilogram bar for less than purchasing several smaller bars of the same weight.

    Additionally, smaller Gram silver bars are easier to store and split out for selling in the future. With large weights of silver parsed out into several smaller bars, it’s easy to sell small amounts as you need to.

    Types of Gram-Kilo Silver Bars

    Like many other weight ranges, those silver bars available in Gram-Kilo weights come in various styles. Cast silver bars are common, but many of them are minted ingots. All silver bars start out as cast silver bars, but minted ingots go through additional refining in stamping presses to create precision-cut bars with designs stamped into them by computer-controlled presses. The only real difference, in the end, is the intricacy of the possible designs. Both cast silver bars and minted ingots have .999 pure silver content.

    Popular Gram-Kilo Silver Bar Designs

    Silver bars available in these weights come with a lot of possible design elements. While some mints and refineries offer their designs for a limited time, there are designs you can count on seeing time and again when you shop for silver. Examples of commonly available silver bars include:

    • PAMP Fortuna: The Fortuna Series is arguably the most popular silver bar in the world. The image of Fortuna, the Roman goddess of fortune and luck, is featured on the obverse side of the bar with a blindfold covering her eyes and a Horn of Plenty spilling a wealth of coins into her hands.
    • PAMP Rosa: The Rose Series from PAMP is another popular option. Simple and elegant, the obverse design includes that of a singular rose stem with four blossoms on the stem and a number of leaves.
    • Valcambi Silver: Valcambi Suisse is one of many refineries offering silver bars with the company logo only and a serial number. This type of silver bar is particularly popular with investors interested in simply securing their wealth with precious metals.
    • Valcambi CombiBars: An innovative silver bar option from Valcambi, the CombiBar is available in two different 100 Gram options. One of these 100 Gram bars can be split into 10 separate 10 Gram silver bars, while the other is capable of breaking down into 100 individual 1 Gram silver bars. In either case, you can break down the bar into smaller Gram weights without a loss of the .999 purity of the silver or overall weight of the product.
    • Geiger Silver: Geiger Edelmetalle is a famed German refinery with more than 800 years of experience refining silver in the Saxony region of modern-day Germany. Located in Leipzig, Germany, the refinery’s most popular design is that of the Schloss Guldengossa Castle on its silver bars. The new Geiger Square silver bar, for example, combines this image with several security features to help protect your investment.

    Buying Gram-Kilo Silver Bars from JM Bullion

    For those who have questions about buying silver bars online, we encourage you to reach out to JM Bullion at 800-276-6508. You can reach out to us online as well using our live chat service and email address.