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Silver Bars

Buy Silver Bars

Investing in silver bars is an excellent way to hedge against inflation and protect your wealth. When you purchase silver bars from Noble Gold Investments, you know you are receiving .999 fine silver that has been tested for quality and purity. 

Silver bars offer a secure investment vehicle that typically does not follow the ups and downs of the stock market. In fact, when the stock market is down, the price of precious metals typically goes up. Noble Gold gives you the option to buy physical silver bars to store at home or in a tax-advantaged silver IRA.

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The obverse of the Highland Mint Silver bar features the image of the Walking Liberty as designed by Adolph Weinman in 1916.
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There is hardly any other bar that beats this bar when it comes to the beauty of its design. Although simple, it can be argued that the simplicity is what mak…
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Rand Refinery is the largest integrated single-site precious metals refining and smelting complex in the world.
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With a weight of 100 troy ounces, this bar is undoubtedly one of the biggest silver bars forged from their refineries.

Common Questions About Buying Silver Bars

Have questions about investing in silver bars or silver bullion? Here are some of the most commonly asked questions that we receive about our silver bars. If you have any other questions or just want to speak to a member of our team, our team of silver experts are standing by to help!

Silver bars come in an assortment of weights. Each weight has a unique appeal to different investors and for various reasons. The silver bar weights include:

1 oz Silver Bars
Investing and holding on to several 1-ounce silver bars allows silver investors to sell part of their holdings while maintaining ownership of the rest until another opportunity is present.

5 oz Silver Bars
5 oz silver bars offer a lower premium than 1 oz bars but are still smaller than 10 oz. These bars are common among beginner investors due to their affordability and portability.

10 oz Silver Bars
10 oz bars are what investors use as a comparable option to silver rounds. These bars are usually sealed individually in plastic and come in five or ten sheets.

1 Kilo Silver Bars
Kilo bars weigh in at 32.151 ounces. These are a great option as a step up from the 10 oz bars while not potentially maxing out your finances on a 100 oz silver bar.

100 oz Bars
These are excellent options for investors who want to maximize their silver investing. They offer low premiums and are highly recommended for precious metals IRA investments.

1000 oz Comex Approved Silver Bars
Buying 1000 oz silver bars is where investors get the most out of their money. They are closest in price to silver’s spot price. 1000 oz COMEX Approved silver bars are purchased in bulk and shipped directly to you or your depository.

Here are a few key details to keep an eye out for to avoid counterfeit bars and to make the safest purchase possible when investing in silver bars. 

  • Avoid off-weight bars. These bars are poorly manufactured and stamped with the first weight on the scale. They are inaccurate and won’t sell for as much as their purchase price upon resale.
  • 10 oz silver bars and under will be wrapped in plastic from the manufacturer. It’s essential to leave the wrapping on to prevent possible tarnishing. Blemished silver bars also lose resale value. 
  • Make sure to know the brand’s value and not only the weight of the average silver bar. The same-weight silver bar may cost differently for various sellers due to their reputation. 
  • The best silver bar is the one that fits you and your needs. While 10 and 100 oz bars are most common for veteran investors, 1 and 5 oz silver bars are highly sought out by entry-level investors looking to buy and sell quickly.
  • Always buy your silver bars from a trusted and accredited vendor.

Noble Gold Investments offers silver bars from the most prominent silver mints, including:

  • Republic Metals Corporation
  • Sunshine Mint
  • Australia’s Perth Mint
  • OPM Metals
  • Highland Mint
  • Johnson Matthey
  • Royal Canadian Mint
  • Fortuna from PAMP Suisse

Silver coins and rounds are popular among collectors because of their beautifully crafted designs. Limited edition and rare coins come with certificates of authenticity, making them highly sought after. Coins tend to be more expensive than bars because of their numismatic value.

Coins differ from rounds in that they hold monetary value, each assigned with a face value and denomination. Rounds are produced by private manufacturers removing any legal tenure ability. Rounds are the middle-man between silver coins and bars. They look like coins but lack legal tenure value.

Bars are created with investors in mind. They have simple designs but add significant value to your investment portfolio.

Because not all silver bars weigh the same, they’re priced differently. Heavier bars will be more valuable than their lighter counterparts. There is a caveat, not all bars that weigh the same are priced the same.

The price is influenced is the bar’s design, the technique used by the mint to create the bar, the purity of the bar, and several other factors.

The overall price of silver bars is influenced by the market and is referred to as the spot price. A silver bar’s spot price is determined by political and financial events around the world.

Just like gold, silver’s value has withheld the test of time. The value of silver has consistently increased while remaining an affordable investment opportunity. Its affordability makes it an ideal investment option for investors, new and old.

Since its discovery, silver’s usage ability has expanded. From monetary uses to medicinal and industrial, the value of silver only increases with time.

Silver has been seen as a safe haven investment during dire times, as it’s a hedge against inflation and stocks. When the stock market decreases, silver’s value tends to increase. Holding on to physical silver or investing it in a precious metals IRA is the safest and smartest investment decision you could make.

Only select silver bars are approved to be included in a silver IRA account. These options include:

  • 1 oz Sunshine Mint Silver Bars
  • 1 oz Johnson Matthey Silver Bars
  • 100 oz Royal Canadian Mint Silver Bars
  • 100 oz Johnson Matthey Silver Bars

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