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10 oz Silver Nadir Cast Bar w/ Assay

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QUANTITY E-CHECK/WIRE CREDIT CARD
1-9 $273.57 $284.98
10 - 19 $270.57 $281.85
20 - 49 $267.57 $278.73
50 and more $263.57 $274.56
For orders over $50,000 please call 844-983-2416 for best pricing.
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Description:

Silver bars come in a wide variety of weights and styles. Many investors looking to make bulk purchases of silver will turn to cast silver bars as a favored type of silver bar and select weights such as 10 oz as an affordable means of investing in large amounts of silver in a single purchase. Here you have the opportunity to invest in 10 oz Silver Bars from Nadir Refinery.

 

10 oz Silver Nadir Cast Bar Highlights:

  • 10 Troy oz of .9999 pure silver
  • Packed with transparent plastic cover with its individual certificate.
  • The top of the silver bar features the mint logo with weight, purity, and metal content
  • The underside of the silver bar is blank.

 

When buying silver, the most affordable option is to invest by purchasing in large volumes. For example, buying ten individual 1 oz silver bars in a single transaction results in a higher premium for each bar than purchasing a single 10 oz silver bar such as these cast silver bars from the Nadir Refinery.

 

History

The Nadir Refinery was established in 1967 as a small jewelry workshop and recycler. Over its history, the business grew to include precious metals trading and eventually opened a refinery. Nadir Refinery produces gold, silver, platinum, palladium, and rhodium bars for investors.

 

 

Specifications:

More Information
Purity .9999
Mint/Refinery Nadir
Metal Type Silver
Grade Raw
Coin Type Bullion
Modern or Historical Modern
Metal Weight 10 troy oz

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