1 oz Silver Bars
1 oz Silver Bars at BGASC
When it comes to purchasing Silver Bars, the 1 oz option is among the most popular. Most private and sovereign mints that create silver bars have a 1 oz weight readily available. 1 oz bars are available as minted ingots, cast bars, and hand-poured bars, giving investors and collectors plenty of options to choose from. Learn all about 1 oz Silver Bars at BGASC, right here.
Popular Producers of 1 oz Silver Bars
- Asahi: Asahi acquired the gold and silver refiners Johnson Matthey in 2015, and since then, they’ve become a top name in the precious metals industry. Asahi offers a minted ingot in a 1 oz size made from .999 pure silver. For larger orders, if you buy 20, these bars will arrive in mint-sealed tubes.
- Engelhard: Founded in 1902, Engelhard was once one of the top names in the precious metals industry. While they don’t produce silver bars anymore, a lot of their products are still popular via the secondary market. A secondary market silver bar is a silver bar that doesn’t come directly from the mint. At BGASC, you’ll find minted ingots from Engelhard in a 1 oz size.
- Germania Mint: This private, family-run mint started as a numismatic store in Poland. Now, they create .9999 pure silver cast bars, that typically feature a hologram sticker for security purposes on the reverse. Bars are sealed in plastic and arrive in a black box from the mint.
- Golden State Mint: Another popular private, family-run mint is the Golden State Mint (GSM).
- Monarch: Founded in southern Oregon in 2008, Monarch was created as a direct response to the increasing interest in bullion products. Monarch specializes in hand-poured silver bars that come in unique shapes. Among their most popular 1 oz Silver Bar offerings is their Building Block Silver Bar. This bar has the look of a silver Lego. These bars can be purchased individually, or larger orders come in storage tins of 12.
- Scottsdale Mint: The Scottsdale Mint is known for producing coinage for foreign governments. However, they also create their own unique silver bars and rounds. One popular option is the Vortex Bar. This silver bar, made from .9999 pure silver, arrives in a CoinZip Bag, or tubes of 20 for larger purchases. The Scottsdale Mint lion is seen on the obverse, with identifying marks of the bar on the reverse.
- SilverTowne: One of the top private mints currently in America is SilverTowne. This once-small coin shop now produces some of the most popular silver bars on the market today, such as their American Flag Bar, Prospector Bar, and others.
- Sunshine Minting: Another top American name is Sunshine Minting. With locations throughout the United States, Sunshine Minting is at the forefront of creating high-quality silver bars. They’re known for their own collections, such as their Mercury Bars, as well as other bars that display popular images found on iconic coin programs.
- Germania Runes: These cast silver bars from the Germania Mint have the identifying marks of the bar on the obverse with a letter in the runic alphabet on the reverse. Notably, each reverse has a UV coating allowing the rune to shine red under a UV light. Each bar has a limited mintage of just 2,500.
- Spaghetti Western Bars: From D’Anconia, these 1 oz Silver Bars showcase popular Spaghetti Western tropes on the obverse. Each bar has a purity of .999 pure silver with individuals coming in protective plastic and larger orders coming in tubes of 20.
- Stacking Across America: This unique series features 50 bars showcasing the 50 state license plates in full color. Each bar has a mintage of just 1,000 and comes with a Certificate of Authenticity.
Purchasing 1 oz Silver Bars at BGASC
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