As low as $2.49 per oz over spot!
The 100 oz Johnson Matthey Silver Bar is a premier offering of its weight class. Every bar is JM authentic and, as with most Johnson Matthey Silver Bars, this bar is created with extraordinary craftsmanship indicative of Johnson Matthey’s prestige. JM has been stamping its name and logo on its precious metals products since the 185... Read More
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As low as $3.49 per oz over spot!
Buying silver bars online is a great option for those looking to invest in silver. Silver bars offer simplistic designs and lower premiums than silver bullion coins. There is a great deal of diversity among silver bars, with some boasting poured, loaf shapes a... Read More
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As low as $4.49 per oz over spot!
This product has become harder to find, as Johnson Matthey's refining business has been sold and no new bars are being produced. Immensely popular among investors and collectors of silver bullion, the 1 oz Johnson Matthey Silver Bar is one of our best-selling products and continues to attract new fans all the time. Though sli... Read More
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Any quantity available for $4.50 per oz over spot!
There’s nothing more attractive to precious metal investors than a silver bar in a 1 oz or 10 oz weight, especially if it comes from a brand that has more than 150 years of experience dealing in gold and silver bars. Right now, JM Bullion offers the 10 oz Jo... Read More
Johnson Matthey is a British multinational company that once had a robust footprint in the precious metals industry. Until 2015, the company had a nearly 200-year history of refining silver and gold. Its refining operations are now owned by Asahi Holdings of Japan, but you can still find Johnson Matthey silver bars for sale as secondary market products. Right now, 20 oz Jo... Read More
Any quantity available for $10.39 per oz over spot!
Johnson Matthey remains one of the most recognizable precious metal brands in the world. Though it sold the entirety of its refining business in December 2015 to the Tokyo-based Asahi Company, Johnson Matthey silver bars are so prevalent that there are still p... Read More
As low as $2.79 per oz over spot!
Silver is one of the most coveted precious metals for both investors and collectors. More affordable than gold, but offering the same value as a mode of investment or beautiful piece in a personal collection, silver bars have long been used to protect personal wealth against external factors. Right now, the 100 oz Johnson Matthey Pre... Read More
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Engelhard and Johnson Matthey lead the pack when it comes to silver bullion products, and for good reason. These companies both boast a long history and standout reputations for product quality and authenticity. Both companies stopped producing silver bars many years ago, but collectors and investors were thrilled when Johnson Matthey once again started selling silver bars.
Johnson Matthey first came into being nearly two centuries ago in London. Their business extends beyond precious metals. They also deal in chemicals. In fact, the company produced some of the first catalytic converters in the 1970s to control vehicle pollution.
Throughout the years, the company has earned some major bragging rights for their advancements in precious metals and chemical research. They have won several Queen’s Awards for their innovative processes.
Because of their outstanding reputation, the silver bullion bars that they produced in the 1980s were a hot commodity on the precious metals market. They did not produce enough to meet the demand, making those bars even more desirable and collectible.
The Johnson Matthey bars of today are different in a few ways from those of yesteryear. You can still buy the bars in 1 oz, 10 oz, and 100 oz sizes, but the bars have different features. For example, the 100 oz bars from the 1980s were struck, but the ones produced today are cast (poured).
Also, new bars do not usually have serial numbers. That shouldn’t make you hold back from buying the bars, however. Johnson Matthey did not keep a record of serial numbers when they manufactured bars in the past, so the only thing that a serial number means is that the bar is old. The Johnson Matthey insignia and bar dimensions allow professionals to verify authenticity.
Do these things mean that modern Johnson Matthey bars are somehow of lower quality than the older ones? No. They are still made of 99.9% fine silver and are still a wise purchase for investors who want to expand their precious metals portfolio.
The reasons for the widespread investor crush on Johnson Matthey goes beyond the remarkable quality of the products. It also has to do with the Johnson Matthey name, which in itself carries value because of the company’s exemplary history. Johnson Matthey bars carry outstanding liquidity.
Understandably, collectors are particularly keen to get their hands on older Johnson Matthey bars since their rarity makes them valuable as keepsakes, not just as silver bullion.
If you want to own older Johnson Matthey bars, you have a search on your hands since you will probably have to buy them from individual investors who are out to make a profit. Researching the true value of those bars and having their authenticity verified by an expert can help you get a reasonable deal on them.
However, if you have your sights set on new Johnson Matthey products, JM Bullion has what you want. You can usually expect to pay slightly more for Johnson Matthey bars than you would for comparable products from other manufacturers, but the name makes the bars worth it. JM Bullion proudly sells new Johnson Matthey products to help you pad your precious metals investment portfolio.