Silver Bullion Bars
We carry .999 fine silver bars in various weights. The most common weights are 1 oz, 5 oz, 10 oz and 100 oz. Other weights are available such as 2 oz, 4 oz, 25 oz and 50 oz but they are not a common. Most silver bars are privately minted; nevertheless, there are some 100 oz bars produced by government mints.
1 Ounce Silver Bullion Bars
One ounce silver bars are minted by various mints. Not all 1 ounce bars are the same size even though they all are .999 fine silver and weight 1 troy ounce. The mints make bars with different designs, some have serial numbers, some have the mints name, others are sleek and simple, some are stamped while other are hand poured.
2 Ounce Bullion Bars
Less common, the 2 ounce silver bars are a little harder to find and may come with more of a premuim than the more common 1 ounce silver bar. The bar pictured is minted by Australia with the iconic Engelhard stamp.
4 Ounce Bullion Bar
Four-ounce silver bars are uncommon apart from the pictured $100 bill replica. Specially minted with incredible detail these bars are sought after to add some uniqueness to a silver collection. Due to the smaller market for these bars they may also come with a premium not associated with the more common sizes.
5 Ounce Silver Bullion Bars
Five-ounce silver bars are risen in popularity in the last 3 years. Produced by various privet mints most of these bars are the same diameter and width. The five-ounce silver bar is usually the first price break you will see when buying silver bars. It will usually cost you less per ounce to by a five ounce silver bar as opposed to five one-ounce bars
Ten Ounce Silver Bullion Bars
One on the most popular weights, the ten-ounce bar is a great way to invest in silver. Less expensive per ounce than the one or five ounce bars, ten ounce bars are minted with different designs and logos but are all ten troy ounces and .999 fine silver. The most common way to find these bars are stamped but they are also available in a limited hand poured variety..
Ten Ounce Silver Bullion - Hand Poured
Hand poured or loaf bars are more uncommon than the stamped or cast bars but they are still sought after by some collectors for a unique way to buy .999 fine silver.
One Hundred Ounce Silver Bullion Bars
With these one-hundred-ounce silver bars you get the most bang for your buck, because you are buying one hundred ounces at a time this bar is the best way to get your investment the closest to silver spot price. Weighing 3,110 grams it is over 6.85 pounds, they may be heavy but are compact and easier to store than 100 one-ounce bars. One-hundred-ounce bars are common and made by many different mints. They can be stamped, poured, with a serial number or without. These bars have been traded for decades so it is not unusual to find a one-hundred-ounce bar that has been bought and sold many times.
One Hundred Ounce Bullion - R.C.M.
Within the last 5 years or so the Royal Canadian Mint has been making and selling one-hundred-ounce bars to wholesalers. They are one of the few government mints producing one hundred ounce bars. These bars are produced solely for investment so there is no denomination on them even though a government has produced them.