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The 100 oz Johnson Matthey Silver Bar is a premier offering of its weight class. Every bar is JM authentic and, as with most Johnson Matthey Silver Bars, this bar is created with extraordinary craftsmanship indicative of Johnson Matthey’s prestige. JM has be... Read More
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1 oz Johnson Matthey silver rounds are sold as varied types and condition. Though most are in fair to great condition, we do not guarantee any particular quality. These JM rounds come in many different designs, each featuring the Johnson Matthey namesake. Quantities of 20 rounds will be shipped in intervals of 20 per tube, with odd amounts being shipped either in tubes or sleeves. These rounds are in high demand due to their recognition within... Read More
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Buying silver bars online is a great option for those looking to invest in silver. Silver bars offer simplistic designs and lower premiums than silver bullion coins. There is a great deal of diversity among silver bars, with some boasting poured, loaf shapes and others produced as minted ingots. The 1 oz Johnson Matthey Silver Bars available to you for purchase today throu... Read More
This product has become harder to find, as Johnson Matthey's refining business has been sold and no new bars are being produced. Immensely popular among investors and collectors of silver bullion, the 1 oz Johnson Matthey Silver Bar is one of our best-selling products and continues to attract new fans all the time. Though slightly more expensive than other silver b... Read More
There’s nothing more attractive to precious metal investors than a silver bar in a 1 oz or 10 oz weight, especially if it comes from a brand that has more than 150 years of experience dealing in gold and silver bars. Right now, JM Bullion offers the 10 oz Johnson Matthey Silver Bar for purchase. Bar Highlights: Bar comes from the secondary market, meaning flaws a... Read More
Johnson Matthey is a British multinational company that once had a robust footprint in the precious metals industry. Until 2015, the company had a nearly 200-year history of refining silver and gold. Its refining operations are now owned by Asahi Holdings of Japan, but you can still find Johnson Matthey silver bars for sale as secondary market products. Right now, 20 oz Jo... Read More
These are now sold out at the mint, no more are being produced as Johnson Matthey's refining business has been sold. The 1 kilogram Johnson Matthey silver bar is now available from JM Bullion! Each of these bars contains 32.15 troy ounces (one kilogram) of .999 pure silver. Bar Highlights: Contains 1 Kilo, or 32.15 oz, of .999 pure silver. Features the Jo... Read More
Johnson Matthey remains one of the most recognizable precious metal brands in the world. Though it sold the entirety of its refining business in December 2015 to the Tokyo-based Asahi Company, Johnson Matthey silver bars are so prevalent that there are still plenty of products in circulation. Today, 1 Kilo Johnson Matthey Silver Bars are available to you online from JM Bul... Read More
One of the most trusted brands in the precious metals industry was Johnson Matthey. Involved in the assaying and production of gold for nearly 200 years, Johnson Matthey bullion bars were always a popular choice with investors. Though the company is no longer involved in precious metals production, its products are still available as Secondary Mark... Read More
President Thomas Jefferson was responsible for the largest expansion of United States territory in national history, and Lewis & Clark were the men behind the expedition that mapped this new land. Johnson Matthey issued palladium rounds in honor of their historic expedition in 2004. Right now, 1/2 oz Johnson Matthey Palladium Lewis & Clark 2-Round Sets are availabl... Read More
There are few brands in the precious metals industry with a greater history than Johnson Matthey. A giant of the industry with more than 150 years of experience, Johnson Matthey recently pulled back from its presence as a precious metal refiner, selling its facilities to Tokyo-based Asahi Refining. These iconic products are still available though, with the 1 oz Johnson Matthey Gold Bar available to you today courtesy of JM Bullion. Bar Highlig... Read More
One of Johnson Matthey’s most famous product lineups for American investors over the years has been its Stillwater Palladium. These bars and rounds are more than just valuable palladium bullion pieces, they are palladium bullion pieces refined in the United States using palladium sourced in the United States. Right now, 1 oz Johnson Matthey Stillwater Palladium Bars from... Read More
Silver is one of the most coveted precious metals for both investors and collectors. More affordable than gold, but offering the same value as a mode of investment or beautiful piece in a personal collection, silver bars have long been used to protect personal wealth against external factors. Right now, the 100 oz Johnson Matthey Pressed Silver Bar is available to purchase online from JM Bullion. Bar Highlights: Arrives in a protective pl... Read More
Johnson Matthey was once one of the largest precious metals refiners in the world. Founded in the early 19th century, Johnson Matthey was an active producer of silver and gold bullion bars through 2016 when it sold its assets and got out of the precious metals industry. Even though Johnson Matthey no longer produces gold bullion bars, you can still... Read More
Johnson & Matthey gold bars are some of the most respected symbols of quality and value in the precious metals market. Though Johnson & Matthey is no longer actively involved in the precious metals industry, you can still find its gold and silver bars circulating among investors. Now, 5 oz Johnson Matthey Gold Bars are available to you for ... Read More
One of the oldest producers of gold and silver precious metals in the world was Johnson Matthey. Originally founded in the 19th century, Johnson Matthey has hands in a variety of industries in the modern global economy. Right now, you have another chance to purchase 10 oz Johnson Matthey Gold Bars from JM Bullion. Bar Highlights: Bars ship in individual plastic flips. Contains 10 oz of .9999 pure gold. Only engravings featured on th... Read More
Please note that Johnson Matthey made several variations in several different locations throughout the years. This image is a representation of the bar you will receive, but designs may vary. One of the most valuable gold precious metal products in the world is a 1 Kilo gold bar. Products in this weight are coveted because they offer the greatest combination of weight and affordability. From one of the foremost producers of gold over the past ... Read More
Although it is no longer operating within the precious metals industry, Johnson Matthey gold and silver bars remain a popular option for investors. The 200-year reputation of Johnson Matthey makes it a trusted asset for anyone buying gold bars. JM Bullion currently has 1 Kilo Johnson Matthey Gold Bars with the SLC designation available to you for purchase online at JM Bullion. Bar Highlights: Bar arrives with plastic bags or bubblewrap! ... Read More
Johnson Matthey is one of the oldest and best-known names in the gold bullion industry. Founded in 1817, the company was active in the gold industry for nearly two centuries. Over the course of time, it produced gold bullion for a number of entities and for various purposes. One of its more unique specimens over time was a 1 Kilo gold bar for Mocatta & Goldsmid Ltd. Ri... Read More
Headquartered in London, Johnson Matthey is a multinational corporation that produces chemicals and precious metals. The company operates in more than 30 countries and employs close to 10,000 people. Please note that Johnson Matthey's refining business has been sold to Asahi.
Founded in London in 1817, it remains one of the oldest purveyors of refining and assaying services for precious metals in the world. Organized into three divisions, Johnson Matthey specializes in environmental technologies, fine chemicals and catalysts, and precious metals. It distributes and refines rhodium, ruthenium, platinum, iridium, palladium, silver, and gold.
The Johnson Matthey brand has a sterling reputation among investors, who put a premium on the valuable gold, silver, and platinum bullion bars the company produces. The mint has set itself apart in the global marketplace with the high quality of its bullion bars as well as its long history of excellence. While the company stopped minting their own bars in the 1980s, they continue to refine gold and silver in the United States and Canada.
Johnson Matthey got its start in 1817, when Percival Norton Johnson established his own gold assaying business in London. Johnson had trained as an assayer in his father's business. Initially, Johnson specialized in assaying and refining precious metals, especially Brazilian gold. Johnson perfected a method in which he extracted the palladium from gold, thereby enhancing the gold's color. In 1851, he partnered with stockbroker George Matthey, and the company's name then became Johnson Matthey. Shortly thereafter, the company was named the official assayers and refiners to the Bank of England.
In 1891, Johnson Matthey became a limited company, and its shares first appeared on the London Stock Exchange in 1942. In 1974, JM made history by creating the world's first catalytic converter to manage vehicle pollution. This innovation won JM the Queen's Award for Technological Achievement in 1976. The company’s silver bars were extremely popular in the seventies and eighties, although JM now primarily produces larger silver bars. Today, Johnson Matthey focuses more on manufacturing specialty chemicals and catalysts and perfecting environmental technologies to minimize harmful emissions.
Presently, Johnson Matthey refines and distributes gold, silver, and platinum. Because of the large demand for silver as an investment at the time, Johnson Matthey produced the most silver bullion during the seventies and eighties. The company also produced gold bullion for a while. Common weights included one-ounce, ten-ounce, and even 100-ounce bars. While Johnson Matthey stopped minting bullion bars in the eighties, a wholesaler in Dallas began offering one-ounce silver bullion bars minted for the company in 2012. Johnson Matthey does not mint the bars itself, but the company's reputation and insignia have been enough to make investors clamor for the bars.
In 2014, the company again brought investors to a frenzy by re-releasing their 10-ounce silver bars, the only bars minted by the company since they halted production decades ago. Before this re-release, investors could only purchase vintage and pre-owned 10-ounce JM Bars.
All authentic Johnson Matthey bars bear the company’s stamp, which is the initials “JM” next to two crossed hammers. Stamps indicating .999 purity and the number of troy ounces also adorn the bars. Many bars also have serial numbers stamped on them, but some bars were only stamped if they were sold to commodity exchanges. Some of their smaller bars, like the one and ten ounce come encased in plastic, while most of their larger bars (100 oz and larger) do not.
Investors will notice that Johnson Matthey products fetch slightly higher prices than similar products in their weight class. This is largely due to the historic prestige of the Johnson Matthey brand, which has existed for 200 years. Investors can count on JM bars to offer the highest purity levels and overall quality.
The premium value of the older Johnson Matthey products also stems from their scarcity. As mentioned before, the company stopped minting bars from the eighties until recently, which has enhanced their scarcity and collectability. Depending on the type of bar, investors may purchase some new, while others come in lightly circulated condition. All bars lend themselves well to storage as a long-term investment but are also highly liquid when investors wish to sell.
For those looking for a sound investment, Johnson Matthey products can provide an excellent choice. Johnson Matthey is one of the venerated companies in the bullion world, and investors prize the reliability of their products as a result. Enhance your investment portfolio with one of these treasures by browsing JM Bullion's extensive selection of gold and silver Johnson Matthey bars today.