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5 oz Silver Bars

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  • 5 oz Silver Bars at BGASC

    One of the most popular weight options for silver bars is 5 oz Silver Bars. These bars offer a substantial amount of silver content with a .999 or .9999 pure silver purity. With several mints producing silver bars in this size, you’ll notice that there are many to choose from at BGASC. Learn more about 5 oz Silver Bars at BGASC, right here.

    Minted Ingots

    A minted ingot is a bar that starts as a blank. A blank is a piece of metal that’s in the shape of a bar but is smooth with no design elements. Blanks are loaded into a machine that applies thousands of pounds of pressure to stamp the design onto the blank.

    Some popular minted ingot producers at BGASC are the following:

    • SilverTowne: SilverTowne is among the most popular private mints in all of America. They’re known for their Buffalo Bar – showcasing imagery from James Earle Fraser’s 1913 Buffalo Nickel. Another popular option is the American Flag Bar, showcasing the 13 stripes and 50 stars of the flag.
    • Sunshine Minting: Another popular private American mint is Sunshine Minting. In terms of their minted ingots, they offer the Sunshine Silver Bar. These bars have the Sunshine Eagle on the obverse and the MintMark SI on the reverse. This unique security feature can only be seen when viewed with the Sunshine decoder lens.
    • Golden State Mint: The Golden State Mint is another popular producer of 5 oz minted ingots. One popular design they offer is an Aztec Calendar Bar. These bars showcase the popular Aztec Sun Stone which was created in the early 1500s.

    Cast Silver Bars

    Cast bars represent the earliest form of bars made by human civilizations. Silver shot or ingots are poured into a mold that is completely enclosed. The silver is heated, typically using induction technology, before being cooled. This form of producing silver bars gives them a distinctive look and feel.

    Some popular 5 oz silver cast bar producers at BGASC are the following:

    • SilverTowne: As mentioned above, SilverTowne is a very popular private mint in America. Not only do they create high-quality minted ingots they also produce cast silver bars in a 5 oz size. One design they’re known for is their line of Pony Bars. These bars have the image of a Pony Express Rider on the obverse.
    • Germania Mint: The Germania Mint, a Polish-based private mint, creates some of the purest cast silver bars on the market. These bars are made from .9999 pure silver and even have a hologram sticker on the reverse.

    Hand-poured Bars

    Hand-poured bars are similar to cast bars but undergo a slightly different process. Molten silver is poured into a mold and allowed to cool. One side of the mold is left exposed. This process gives each bar a unique handmade feel.

    Some popular hand-poured options are the following:

    • Monarch Metals: Monarch Metals is among the most popular mints today creating hand-poured bars. One series they’re known for is the Viking Silver Bar Series. These hand-poured bars are made from .999 pure silver and showcase vining-themed imagery on the obverse. Each bar comes in a genuine leather pouch as well.
    • MK Barz: Another name to look out for in terms of hand-poured bars is MK Barz. 5 oz hand-poured bars from MK Barz feature the MK logo on the reverse. A unique design and identifying marks will be present on the obverse.

    Argentia Precious Metals Bars

    Argentia Precious Metals has some of the more unique 5 oz bars on the market. These bars are made via a free-flowing metal process that gives each bar a unique appearance. These bars are made from .9999 pure silver and showcase the image of King Tut. Available are antique strikes, as well as ultra-high relief bars.

    Investing in 5 oz Silver Bars at BGASC

    Contact the dedicated BGASC customer service team at 888-992-4272 with any questions you may have regarding these 5 oz Silver Bars. Our team is also readily available via email or through our online chat feature.