Buy Silver Bars Online
When looking for a cost-effective storage solution, look to buy silver bars as a method of precious metals ownership.
U.S. Money Reserve’s selection of silver bars for sale comes from only the most reputable refiners—government and private mints—in the industry, including silver bars produced at the Royal Canadian Mint and Asahi. Silver bars are available in sizes as small as 1 oz. to as large as 100 oz., and all are made from .999 fine silver.
One of our most popular silver bars to buy includes the 100 oz. Silver Bar. Order silver bars online safely and securely through U.S. Money Reserve. Your silver shipment is always tracked, fully insured, guaranteed—and an adult signature is required upon final delivery.
Why Buy Silver Bullion Bars
Silver has long been an appealing safe haven asset, but it's also highly sought after for industrial applications and for jewelry. People have long prized silver for its aesthetics as a metal of beauty and have incorporated silver into every aspect of their lives, from their wardrobe to their precious metal portfolio and estate plan.
Silver bars are popular for high-volume silver diversification. Bars are rectangular slabs of .999 pure silver and are easy to stack and store. Due to their convenient size, silver bars offer new precious metals enthusiasts a fast and unique way to build their portfolios. When time is of the essence, buying silver bars is one of the quickest ways to boost the power of your precious metals portfolio.
Everyone has different reasons for buying silver bars. Some people buy silver bars as a hedge against inflation. Others buy silver bars to potentially grow their existing pool of wealth, and still, others stockpile silver bars as a means of financial survival in the event of a financial crisis. Whatever reason you choose to buy silver bars, you'll be joining a centuries-long legacy of silver ownership when you make your purchase.
Silver Bars vs. Silver Coins & Rounds
You're presented with many choices when buying silver, and chief among them is the type of silver you'll purchase. You'll also see silver coins and rounds while shopping for silver bars. This might cause you to wonder, "Is one a better buy than another?" Not necessarily. Silver bars, coins, and rounds are different.
Silver Bars: Silver bars differ in shape, size, and design from both silver coins and silver rounds. Coins and rounds are circular, while bars are rectangular. The market value of a silver bar is tied almost entirely to its weight in silver and the current price of silver. Silver coin prices can include other factors, like condition. Though unattractive, a few scratches on a silver bar won't typically damage its potential. A few scratches on a silver coin could destroy its potential, depending on the coin type.
Silver Coins: Silver coins are minted by a sovereign government, are legal tender, and have both a minimum face value and a melt value. The price of a silver bullion coin is primarily determined by the spot price of silver and the coin's weight, while the price of a certified silver coin includes these factors and the coin's availability and condition.
Silver Rounds: Unlike silver coins, silver rounds have no face value and can be produced with virtually any design, any time. They're like small, non-monetary, coin-like pieces of silver. Performance can differ from round to round, design to design, and timeframe to timeframe.
When you buy a silver bar, you don't have to worry about carefully maintaining its pristine condition or understanding its unique finish. You enjoy the peace of mind that comes with .999 pure silver—plain and simple, but powerful.
What to Look for When Buying Silver Bars Online
We only carry silver bars from the most established government mints and trusted private mints in the world. While brand names are subject to availability at the time of each order, you'll find that we generally carry silver bars from the following producers:
- The Perth Mint: The Perth Mint is Australia's largest precious metals enterprise. It's one of the few precious metals refiners accredited by all five of the world’s major gold exchanges.
- The Royal Canadian Mint: The Royal Canadian Mint produces Canada's circulating coins, circulating coins for other nations, and silver bars for international consumption.
- PAMP Suisse: PAMP stands for Produits Artistiques Métaux Précieux. PAMP is a leading bullion brand and one of the most trusted refiners and fabricators of precious metals. PAMP is based in Ticino, Switzerland.
- Asahi: Asahi Refining has over 200 years of combined industry experience and has earned a reputation as one of the world's leading providers of precious metal assaying, refining, and bullion products. Another revered refiner, Johnson Matthey, sold its gold and silver refining business to Asahi in March 2015.
IRA-Approved Silver Bars
Silver bars can be ideal for efficient, high-volume precious metals diversification, but also for helping you reach retirement with your hard-earned savings intact. How? Select silver bars can be incorporated into your Self-Directed IRA alongside stocks, bonds, real estate, and other assets. Given their lower average premium when compared to coins of the same weight and fineness, silver bars can be one of the most cost-effective ways to protect your retirement savings when it comes to precious metals.
Call U.S. Money Reserve to learn how you can incorporate IRA-approved silver bars, like the 100 oz. Silver Bar, into an existing Self-Directed Precious Metals IRA, or how to set one up through U.S. Money Reserve's Gold Standard IRA program. Build your retirement dreams on a foundation of precious metals and nothing can knock you off track.
Where to Shop Silver Bars for Sale
Browse silver bars for sale from U.S. Money Reserve today! Shop online or order now by phone. Buying silver bars can serve as one of the safest ways to diversify your wealth and protect your hard-earned money. You won’t be disappointed by a hard asset that has stood the test of time. Call today! Account Executives are standing by to help you add a "silver lining" to your precious metals portfolio.
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