1 oz Johnson Matthey Platinum Bars

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1-9 $1,093.99 ea.
  • 10-19 $1,088.99 ea.
  • 20-49 $1,086.99 ea.
  • 50+ $1,083.99 ea.
This Platinum bar features the familiar Johnson Matthey logo (JM next to the crossed hammers) above "Johnson Matthey - Assayers & Refiners" and a unique serial number. Each JM Platinum bar contains 1 oz of .9995 fine Platinum. Johnson Matthey is a leading independent refiner of Precious Metals such as Platinum and Gold, and is known for its exceptional quality and high standards.
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