Engelhard, Johnson Matthey, NTR, Wall Street Mint, Sunshine, Academy
Ten-ounce .999 fine silver bullion bars were popular with silver bullion investors when CMIGS opened for business in Phoenix, Arizona in 1973. Today, 10-oz silver bars remain investor favorites because they are a way to own silver bullion with features of 100-oz silver bullion bars and of 1-oz silver rounds.
The small unit values of 10-oz .999 fine silver bars make them useful if they ever have to be exchanged for goods and services. This is the reason 1-oz silver rounds are popular, because they could be used as money if necessary. In the gold and silver bullion industry, this is known as buying for survival purposes.
Being flat and uniform, 10-oz silver bars stack and store neatly.
Royal Canadian Mint (RCM) and Sunshine Minting 10-oz Silver Bars
RCM and Sunshine Minting .999 fine 10-oz silver bullion bars are easily the most popular 10-oz silver products available. They are packaged in protective Mylar coverings.
Engelhard and Johnson Matthey 10-oz Silver Bars
Although Engelhard and Johnson Matthey no longer make any silver bullion products, their names have long been synonymous with gold and silver. They produced so many bars over the decades they were in business that Engelhard and JM bars — including 100-oz bars — are often available.
Other 10-oz silver bars
Although no longer produced, 10-oz silver bars bearing the hallmarks Wall Street Mint, Academy, NTR, among others, sometimes are available. Early Wall Street Mint bars were huge favorites because they bear the skyline of New York City with the Twin Towers intact.
Phoenix, Arizona Silver Bullion Dealer
Headquartered in Phoenix, Arizona, CMI Gold & Silver Inc. does business across the United States. If you would like to learn which 10-oz silver bars we have available or would like to discuss buying silver in any form, call us at 1-800-528-1380. We take calls 7:00 am to 5:00 pm MST, Mondays through Thursdays, Fridays 7:00 am to 3:00 p.m. We are located in the Phoenix, Arizona financial district in uptown Phoenix.