10 gram Silver Bar | Geiger Edelmetalle
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Preserve your wealth with these stylish 10 gram Fine Silver bars from the reputable Geiger mint!
- Individual bars ship in protective packaging
- Consisting of 10 gram 999 Fine Silver
- Obverse: Features a depiction of the Guldengossa Castle, the inscriptions “Schloss Guldengossa”, and “GEIGER EDELMETALLE” along with the metal weight, type and purity
- Reverse: Features the Leipziger Edelmetallverarbeitung logo “LEV” in a repeated pattern along with a unique serial number
Geiger Edelmetalle is continuing a tradition of silver refining that dates back almost 800 years!
These bars have a unique look, and are a little chunkier looking than other similar sized bars. All of the bars have ribbed edges, similar to a coin to provide you with extra confidence.
The image on the reverse is of the Baroque Castle Guldengossa, the company's headquarters near Leipzig, Germany. The obverse is stamped with the weight and purity of the bar.
ABOUT GEIGER EDELMETALLE
The Geiger Edelmetalle refinery is one of the world’s most traditional private mints. The mint was founded in the 12th Century along with some of Europe’s most ancient precious metals trading routes. That has granted the Geiger Edelmettalle mint centuries of expertise and best practices. The Geiger Edelmetalle mint is a part of the renowned and exclusive LBMA (London Bullion Market Association) and is committed to meeting customers’ requirements to perfection.
In multiples of 30 these bars will ship in a plastic tray. Actual bar design may vary.
|The words "Geiger Edelmetalle 10 g Feinsilber 999"|
|An image of the Geiger Edelmetalle headquarters and the words "Schloss Guldengossa"|