As low as $1.39 per oz over spot!
Sunshine Minting's respected and widely recognized name gets further authenticity for this 5 oz Silver bar with their innovative security feature, MintMark SI™. This unique feature helps verify the bar's origin and .999 fine Silver purity.
- Contains 5 oz of .999 fine Silver.
- Bars come sealed in plastic to protect their finish and design.
- Eligible for Precious Metals IRAs.
- Obverse: Sunshine minting eagle with the sun and rays in the background stamped with the purity and weight.
- Reverse: A repeating pattern of rising suns with the MintMark SI™ feature in the center.
- Guaranteed by Sunshine Minting.
Authenticate your new Sunshine Minting Silver bars with the Sunshine Mint Decoder Lens! When viewed through Sunshine Minting's special decoder lens at one angle, the central design shows the word "Valid," but when you turn the decoder lens ninety degrees, a sunburst appears. These two different views further verify your 5 oz Silver bar.
Rest assured you are getting the highest quality Silver bars produced by Sunshine Mint, one of the most widely recognized and respected brands in the world. Add 5 oz Sunshine Silver Bars to your cart today!
The history of Sunshine Minting 5 oz Silver bars
These 5 oz Silver bars are manufactured by Sunshine Minting in the western state of Idaho. Long before these Silver bars were ever minted, Idaho experienced a Gold rush from the late 1800s to the early 1900s, and the earliest settlers were lured to the region after Gold was discovered in 1860, which lead to the establishment of the Idaho Territory in 1863. Because Gold deposits began to run out over a century ago, Silver is Idaho’s leading mineral. As you buy Silver bars produced by Sunshine Minting, you purchase Silver bars produced by a company that is headquartered near the richest Silver mines in the U.S.
Why invest in Sunshine Minting 5 oz Silver bars?
When you purchase Sunshine Minting 5 oz Silver bars, you purchase bars made with a Precious Metal that has been important for a variety of uses throughout human history. These Silver bars are made with a Precious Metal that is an ideal addition to any investment portfolio because it is a versatile material that is used for a variety of decorative and industrial applications. The Silver bars are worth the investment because Silver is used in everything from medicine and jewelry to photovoltaic processes, and its uses continue to grow year over year. As you buy Silver bars, you invest in an asset that is in high demand, making these Sunshine Minting 5 oz bars with .999 fine Silver an ideal addition to a diversified investment portfolio.
Choose Sunshine Minting 5 oz Silver bars for a Precious Metals IRA.
Add Sunshine Minting 5 oz Silver bars to your portfolio, prized by investors around the world for the .999 fine Silver, and backed for weight and purity by the Sunshine Mint. These Silver bars are eligible for a Precious Metals IRA, which is a self-directed IRA that allows non-traditional assets such as Precious Metals to be held as an investment. The Silver price of this bar is ideal for adding large quantities of Silver to your retirement portfolio because it has a lower premium over the Silver spot price than many other Silver bars and coins. As you buy Silver bars for your Precious Metals IRA, your purchase can be used to strategically balance your portfolio against major shocks to the financial system such as weakening currencies, natural disasters and international tensions.
Are Silver prices per ounce the same no matter where I live or what time it is?
When buying Silver bars, especially if you are a new investor, you may wonder if Silver prices are the same no matter where you are in the world, and the answer is yes. Silver is traded 24 hours per day, seven days per week, and this Precious Metal is a part of many global commodity markets, with the New York Commodity Exchange being the most important for determining the Silver spot price. The Silver spot price is the price for one troy ounce of unfabricated Silver, and this price does not include the premium, which covers the cost of production, distribution, a small dealer fee and any numismatic or collector value. The price of Silver bars can vary from dealer to dealer because of the premium, while the Silver spot price itself is the same no matter what time it is or where you live.