|2 - 4||$2,676.55||$2,756.85|
|5 - 9||$2,669.96||$2,750.06|
|10 - 19||$2,663.37||$2,743.27|
|20 - 49||$2,656.78||$2,736.48|
10 oz Silver Bars
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What to Know Before Ordering
10 oz Silver Bars at a Glance:
- 10 troy ounces of .999 pure silver
- Hallmarked with weight and purity certification
- Manufactured by a world-leading refinery
- Eligible for Precious Metals IRAs
- Sold in units of 10 bars
Monex proudly offers 10 ounce bars of pure .999 fine silver for sale online or through our knowledgeable Account Representatives. For more information about how to buy silver bullion bars, call us today.
Monex account representatives are available between 5:30 a.m. and 4:30 p.m. Pacific time each Monday through Friday (except national holidays) and on many weekends.
Monex 10 oz Silver Bars Design and Specifications
Dating back 4,000 years, silver has been one of the world’s oldest and most enduring forms of currency. Today, investing in 10 ounce silver ingots offers a tangible asset, which cannot be hacked, erased or inflated away. Fabricated ten troy ounce silver bars are portable, recognizable, and easy to store and trade, thereby akin to real money. Because physical silver ingots are not someone else’s liability, they represent a popular form of private wealth.
10 ounce silver bullion bars available through Monex are proudly produced in the United States. Often compared to holding a thin cell phone, smaller 10 oz ingots are consistently struck in the same size making them convenient to stack and store in a home safe or other secure locations.
Each silver bar consists of .999 pure fine silver and is hallmarked by a leading refinery to certify weight and purity. For larger investments, Monex also offers 100 oz Silver Bullion Bars and 1000 oz Silver Bullion Bars.
People Also Ask
Where can I see live Monex prices for silver?
The best place to find live prices for silver is on the Monex Live Prices page and through the Monex Bullion Investor smartphone app available for both Apple and Android smartphones. Along with silver pricing you will also have access to live prices for gold, platinum, and palladium.
Visit our Live Prices page for up to the minute precious metals prices or visit our silver price charts page to view historical silver pricing data.
What is the difference between silver coins and silver bullion?
Silver coins are more aesthetically pleasing, containing amazing designs such as the bald eagle with a shield on a Silver American Eagle or the portrait of Queen Elizabeth II on the 1.5 oz Superleaf™ coin. Though silver bullion does not contain such striking imagery, solid pure silver ingots are extremely beautiful to hold and an incredible precious metal to own. 100 ounces of pure silver bullion and 100 one ounce coins have the same intrinsic value, but investment grade silver coins trade at a premium while having the advantages of their smaller format and improved authenticity features. Silver bullion is often selected more for larger commercial investments, silver bullion coins increase in value similarly according to their intrinsic value. Coins, which are truly rare and historically significant, vary in price according to numismatic collector supply and demand and typically not relative to their intrinsic metal value.
How can I get more information about investing in silver bullion?
The best places to get information for investing in silver bullion would be our Silver Investing page. You will also be able to subscribe to our Precious Metals Review (PMR) and our Precious Metals News section. Both of these subscriptions help to keep you informed on up-to-date information on the precious metals markets.
What silver ingot sizes are most popular?
Popularity in ingot sizes vary from investor to investor and what they are looking for from a precious metals investment. The 100 ounce silver bars are an ideal investment grade bar which is well known to the market. The 1,000 ounce silver bar is most popular among investors looking to store or for easy liquidation from an investment.
How much silver is needed to diversify a portfolio?
For those that appreciate how gold works to improve investment reward versus volatility/risk in a portfolio, it is recommended that a minimum of 10% of an investment portfolio should be in precious metals, including silver. However, investors often purchase more when economic or geopolitical uncertainty in the markets and around the world rises. To learn more about buying silver and silver investing, be sure to visit our "Expert Views on Silver" section.
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