The Standard Bullion collection from Argentia Precious Metals consists of a range of silver bars in the classic cast format! In this listing, you will find the 5 oz version, which has been augmented with a matte finish to further enhance its old-fashioned aesthetic. And like all bars from Argentia, these consists of .9999 pure silver sourced from a leading LMBA refiner. Right now, 5 oz Argentia Matte Cast Silver Bars are available to purchase online from JM Bullion.
- Delivered in protective plastic or a master box of 100!
- New cast silver bar from Argentia!
- Beautiful matte finish!
- Contains 5 Troy oz of .9999 pure silver.
- The obverse side depicts the bar hallmarks and mint logo.
- On the reverse side is a blank field.
Each 5 oz Argentia Matte Cast Bar in this JM Bullion listing online was produced by Argentia Precious Metals and will arrive to you in new condition. JM Bullion fully insures your order while in transit and delivers using nondescript packaging. Upon inspection, you will find individual bars packaged inside Mylar sleeves. The sleeves are sealed with a holographic adhesive label for authenticity and protective purposes. Orders of 100 bars will ship in a master box.
The obverse of 5 oz Argentia Cast Silver Bars contains the brand logo and the bar hallmarks. The official Argentia emblem appears across all of their products and consists of a sleek triangular design. Below this insignia, the words Argentia Precious Metals are inscribed. The hallmarks are shown underneath this and read 5 Troy oz Fine Silver .9999. The entire surface has a matte finish for added aesthetic appeal.
On the reverse side of 5 oz Matte Cast Silver Bars there is a blank field. Please keep in mind that as cast bars, you may notice uneven texturing, striations, and indentations on the surfaces of these bars. This is not considered a flaw. Rather, it is simply a result of the cast minting process.
If you look at almost any point in the last 7000 years, you can find examples of silver playing an important role in the advancement of cities, states, and empires. In the 16th century, Spain discovered large silver deposits in Bolivia. Over the next several hundred years, they would control the vast majority of the world’s silver production. The Roman Empire also was largely financed by silver, as was the city-state of Athens. While today’s currency is no longer backed by silver, the metal remains in demand as an investment option for anyone looking to diversify their portfolio.
If you have any questions about these silver bars for sale, please don’t hesitate to ask. JM Bullion customer service is available to assist you with questions at 800-276-6508, online using our live chat, and via our email address.