As low as $1.49 per oz over spot!
No longer in production! This impressive JM Silver bar is made by the world-renowned Johnson Matthey company. Large format bars make for an easy way to acquire larger amounts of Silver with just one purchase.
- Contains 100 oz of .999 fine Silver.
- May or may not Include serial number.
- These bars are hand-poured, rather than struck.
- Obverse: Stamped with Johnson Matthey's logo, purity and weight.
- Guaranteed by Johnson Matthey.
Available at a much lower premium than its smaller counterparts, this 100 oz JM Silver bar is a popular purchase for those looking to easily invest in larger amounts of Silver. Add this 100 oz Johnson Matthey Silver Bar to your cart today.
The history of Johnson Matthey Silver bars
Silver bullion can be refined and fabricated by sovereign mints, but it is most often produced by independent companies, many of which were established in the 19th century coinciding with Gold rushes in Australia, New Zealand, Brazil, Canada, South Africa and the United States. Johnson Matthey Silver bars have an established history, with the origins of the company tracing back to 1802, when Percival Norton Johnson opened up shop as a Gold assayer. The company, which also produced large Silver bars and other Precious Metals products, changed its name to Johnson & Matthey in 1851, when George Matthey joined the business and in 1852 the company was named Official Assayer and Refiner to the Bank of England. Johnson Matthey stopped production of the 100 oz Silver bar by 2015, when it divested its Gold and Silver refining business to Asahi Holdings Inc.
Why invest in large Silver bars?
If you want to add .999 fine Silver bullion to your holdings quickly and efficiently in one purchase, this is the ideal way to buy. These heavy, poured large Silver bars are not meant to be a collectible; the Silver bullion bars provide raw Silver value for the investor (although investors find the sheer volume and weight of these large Silver bars beautiful in their own way). Large format bars like the 100 oz Silver bar also have a low premium over spot price of Silver when compared with coins or even smaller Silver bars. When you buy Johnson Matthey Silver bars, you can be confident that you are receiving product from a recognized, respected brand.
When you buy Silver bullion, the Silver spot price is just the starting point.
The price of Silver bullion rounds, bars and coins is determined by taking the Silver spot price of unfabricated Silver and adding the cost of fabrication, distribution, a small dealer fee and any numismatic, or collector, value. This price for large Silver bars and other Precious Metals purchases is known as the premium price. The premium price for a 100 oz Silver bar is most often seen as one of the best choice for investors because the premium price on such a large bar is usually the lowest, or the closest to Silver spot price per troy ounce. In addition, large Johnson Matthey Silver bars and other Silver bullion rounds and bars have little to no collector value due to their history, rarity and design, which is different from rare Silver coins that have been in circulation.
The Silver Bullion you buy is priced based on supply, demand and production.
Silver bullion prices are based on supply, demand and production. Silver, like that found in large Silver bars, has many uses, including bullion coins, jewelry and industrial, which can push Silver value up. Silver is not just used to produce a 100 oz Silver bar, rounds or commemorative coins; Silver is also used in electrical projects due to the fact that this relatively rare Precious Metal doesn’t easily corrode or oxidize. When investing in Johnson Matthey Silver bars, the value of this Silver bullion over time is dependent on the demand of Silver for all of these uses worldwide.