10 oz Silver Italpreziosi Cast Bar


1-9 $271.10 $282.40
10 - 19 $268.10 $279.28
20 - 49 $265.10 $276.15
50 and more $261.10 $271.99
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The Italian peninsula in Europe is now a new choice for anyone wishing to increase the variety of silver bars they hold. Gold and silver bars have been refined for good delivery by Italpreziosi for almost 40 years. The 10 ounce silver bar for sale is one of its more compact variants.

10oz Silver Italpreziosi Cast Bar Highlights: 

  • Individually serialized silver bars
  • Cast specimens
  • Contains 10 Troy oz of .999 pure silver.
  • Obverse features the mint logo and identifying hallmarks including bar's weight and purity
  • Bar's reverse is blank

This 10 oz Italprezsiosi Cast Silver Bar is part of the Italian refiner's new product range. The 10 oz bar, one of three weights that the refiner is now offering in 2021, is halfway between the 5 oz bar and the 5000 Gram silver bar. Each 10 oz. silver bar comes in its own plastic bag.

As opposed to coined ingots, cast silver bars are more traditional. Cast silver bars have a more simpler appearance and are left with defects as part of the refining process, in contrast to minted ingots, which are machined and polished for a completed look.

The 10 oz Italpreziosi Cast Silver Bar's obverse has the mint's emblem and distinguishing hallmarks. The weight, metal composition, and purity are listed below the logo at the top of the vertical field. At the base of the bar, there is an engraved place for the unique serial number.

The 10 oz Italpreziosi Silver Bars' reverse sides are intentionally left blank. Cast silver bars often only have one side inscribed and contain frequent flaws that are not found in items like minted ingots since the latter are polished after being machine-stamped.

In 1984, Italpreziosi was established in Arezzo, Italy. Precious metals production and trade are the refiner's areas of expertise. It benefits everyone who uses it, including miners, banks, jewelers, and individual customers.


More Information
Product Type Bar
Purity .999
Metal Type Silver
Grade Raw
Coin Type Bullion
Modern or Historical Modern
Year N/A
Metal Weight 10 troy oz

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