5 oz Silver Eagle Bar

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1-4 $142.78 $148.73
5 - 19 $141.28 $147.17
20 - 49 $139.78 $145.61
50 and more $137.78 $143.53
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Description:

The beautiful and majestic bald eagle graces the obverse of these 5 oz silver bars. Long symbolizing the liberty and freedom we enjoy in the United States, the bald eagle has its wings spread as it prepares to land on the tree limb below. The talons of the eagle are poised to grab the branch and the intense look on the face of the eagle show the ferocity of a skilled hunter. Each bar is .999 fine silver and privately minted in the United States. The reverse of the bar has the logo of the mint along with a waffle pattern.


Bar features:

  • Patriotic design of the majestic bald eagle
  • 5 Troy oz. of .999 fine silver
  • Proudly made in the USA

Each of the Silver Eagle Bars  will arrive in a protective heat-sealed plastic and include 5 Troy oz of .999 fine silver.

Wholesale Coins Direct makes a concerted effort to educate our clients on the benefits of nuances of investing in precious metals. Consequently, we have many resources available to current and prospective clients to help them through the investing process, including our FREE Buyers Guide.

The many industrial uses of silver is what makes purchasing the precious metal a logical investment. The uses for silver in industry continues to grow and with it the demand for silver. The solar industry uses silver because of its high conductivity and reflective power. In the beginning, solar power was very expensive making it difficult to be adopted by the masses. As the price of solar power has decreased and the technology has become more practical for many people so has the demand for silver. The photovoltaic cells use the unique properties of silver to collect the sunlight. Solar power seems to be the energy of the future and because of that silver is considered a precious metal for the future.

An important question to ask before making any investment is why invest at all? Silver has many reasons to be optimistic about the future of the precious metal. Civilizations throughout history have coveted silver for the medicinal benefits silver provides. Silver is anti-bacterial, making it beneficial where there is a significant risk of infection. For this very reason, surgery equipment in hospitals is mostly made of silver. The ointment applied to burn victims is made with silver. Water purification systems also include silver because of these anti-bacterial properties.

Another reason to own silver is because you probably already do to some extent. The high conductivity of silver makes it applicable for use in electronics. If you own or have ever owned a cell phone, desktop, laptop, or television then you are the proud owner of silver. Electronics have become indispensable in lives, thus silver as a precious metal has become indispensable as well. The demand for electronics continues to increase yet the lifespan for many of these electronics continues to decrease. This also increases the industrial demand for silver.

If you have been to the restroom, a dressing room, or gym then you have seen one of the most common uses of silver. The reflective power of the precious metals is a reason why most mirrors uses a silver coating.

Specifications:

More Information
Product Type Bar
Purity .999
Mint/Refinery SilverTowne
Metal Type Silver
Grade Raw
Coin Type Bullion
Modern or Historical Modern
Metal Weight 5 troy oz

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