100 oz SilverTowne Poured Silver Bar
Not all silver purchases have to be for coins and highly refined silver bars. There are a lot of investors that appreciate the raw, aesthetic appearance of a silver bars. Of course, there are other advantages to bars with raw finishes. Most notable among them is the more affordable price of bars with such finishes. Right now, the 100 oz SilverTowne Poured Silver Bar is available to purchase online.
- Manually production process for raw appearance!
- Contains 100 Troy oz of .999 pure silver.
- Design features on obverse.
Among the silver bars for sale online, the 100 oz SilverTowne Poured Silver Bar is a new offering. The latest silver product offered by this private refinery in the United States, the process of refining and production involved in bringing this bar into reality is a physical, manual process.
While machine stamped silver bullion products can be created with a higher degree of style and greater rate of production, options like the 100 oz SilverTowne Poured Silver Bar, bring something different to your portfolio. SilverTowne craftsman melt .999 fine silver shot to start the process and proceed that molten silver into a graphite mold.
The graphite molds into which the silver is poured must by the appropriate size to ensure that the metal content and weight of the bar remain balanced at 100 Troy oz and .999 purity. The bars are then allowed to cool before a SilverTowne craftsman hand stamps the refineries logo into the service.
As a result of this process, the 100 oz SilverTowne Poured Silver Bar has individual features to it that make it ever-so-slightly different than the other products created using this manual process. That uniqueness doesn’t come at extra cost either, with the vast majority of poured silver bars available at lower premiums over the spot price of silver because more expensive production processes aren’t used.
On the obverse of the 100 oz SilverTowne Poured Silver Bar you’ll find the refineries iconic logo of the prospector and his donkey. Featured inside of a circle at the top of the bars obverse face, the prospector leads his donkey which carries all of his supplies to mine and pan for silver. Below this you’ll find stampings of the weight, purity, metal content, and refineries name.
The reverse of each poured silver bar from SilverTowne is left blank. SilverTowne is a private refinery located in Winchester, Indiana. The company started as a small coin shop in 1949, but since 1973 it has been producing its own silver products to the highest quality standards.