10 oz OPM Silver Bars

Specifications

Out of stock

Year: N/A
Condition: New
Weight (Au, Ag, Pt): 10 ozt
Minted by: Ohio Precious Metals
Mintage: N/A
Face Value: N/A
IRA: Eligible
Packaging: Polyvinyl Sleeve
Coins Per Tube: N/A
Purity: .999
Sell to Us: Spot + $.10

Volume Pricing

1-9 $180.50 ea.
  • 10-49 $179.50 ea.
  • 50+ $178.50 ea.

Reverse of 10 oz OPM Silver BarsObverse of10 oz OPM Silver BarsThe 10 oz. Silver Ohio Precious Metals bar is a product of Ohio Precious Metals, America's largest gold and silver refiner. These bars are minted in an ISO-9001 facility and are IRA-eligible. These bars each contain ten troy ounces of .999 pure silver. They are hand inspected by Ohio Precious Metals and guaranteed for purity, weight, and quality. To protect against oxidation and physical damage, OPM bars are RF heat-sealed in polyvinyl chloride packaging.

The front of the bar reads “OPM Metals” across the middle. The bottom of the bar reads, “.999+ Fine Silver” and “10 Troy Ounces." The back of the bar depicts the OPM logo in patterned form.

The 10 oz. Silver OPM bar is 90 mm x 52 mm and 6 mm thick.

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