100 oz Silver Bars

100 oz Republic Metals Silver Bars (.999)

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1-4 $1,889.00 ea.
  • 5+ $1,879.00 ea.

In stock

The 100-ounce silver bar from the Republic Metals Corporation is comprised of .999 pure silver, certified by the LBMA and COMEX. It is eligible for IRA holding. Minted at RMC’s facility in Miami, Florida, the top of the 100-ounce silver bar’s front is engraved with RMC’s logo, which depicts liquefied metal cascading into a mold from the crucible. more...

100 oz Republic Metals Silver Bars (.999)

Volume Pricing

1-4 $1,889.00 ea.
  • 5+ $1,879.00 ea.

In stock

The 100-ounce silver bar from the Republic Metals Corporation is comprised of .999 pure silver, certified by the LBMA and COMEX. It is eligible for IRA holding. Minted at RMC’s facility in Miami, Florida, the top of the 100-ounce silver bar’s front is engraved with RMC’s logo, which depicts liquefied metal cascading into a mold from the crucible. more...

100 oz Royal Canadian Mint Silver Bars (.9999)

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1-4 $1,899.00 ea.
  • 5+ $1,893.00 ea.

In stock

The 100 oz. Silver RCM Bar is an internationally recognized bullion product produced by the Royal Canadian Mint. It is the purest investment grade silver bar in production, containing one hundred troy ounces of .9999 pure silver. The Canadian government guarantees its purity, weight, and content.

Each RCM bar is struck more...

100 oz Royal Canadian Mint Silver Bars (.9999)

Volume Pricing

1-4 $1,899.00 ea.
  • 5+ $1,893.00 ea.

In stock

The 100 oz. Silver RCM Bar is an internationally recognized bullion product produced by the Royal Canadian Mint. It is the purest investment grade silver bar in production, containing one hundred troy ounces of .9999 pure silver. The Canadian government guarantees its purity, weight, and content.

Each RCM bar is struck more...


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