Valcambi Silver Bars

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Valcambi Silver Bars

Valcambi is a Swiss precious metals refiner that operates one of the world's largest and most efficient integrated precious metals plants. Founded in 1961, it is located in Balerna, Switzerland. Valcambi was initially called Valori & Cambi, which was eventually shortened to Valcambi. The company refines gold, silver, platinum, and palladium.

The refinery can process various materials, from scrap metals to mining dore. After refining, the precious metals can be transformed into multiple forms, such as bars, coins, grains, powders, or even semi-manufactured products for the watch industry.

Valcambi has a long history and is renowned for its quality and technical expertise. The company's products often come stamped with the Valcambi logo and a mark indicating the purity of the precious metal and the product's weight.

Regarding sustainability and responsible sourcing, Valcambi is committed to the highest standards and follows the Responsible Gold Guidance and the Responsible Minerals Initiative guidelines. The company is accredited by the London Bullion Market Association (LBMA), the Swiss Federal Bureau for the Control of Precious Metals, and the Tokyo Commodity Exchange (TOCOM). The company is owned by Global Gold Refineries Ltd, majority owned by REL Singapore PTE Ltd.

Our Most Popular Valcambi Product: 100x 1 gram Silver Bar CombiBar™ with Assay

The silver CombiBar™ is a unique sheet containing 100 grams of .999 fine silver in one-gram bars. This product makes it easy for an investor to own 100 grams of silver in a way that is easier to liquidate than one large bar. Each bar is marked with the Valcambi mark, purity, and weight.

Featured Product: 1 oz Silver Art Bar Drovers National Bank of Chicago

This bar has an interesting history. The Drovers National Bank of Chicago silver bar is a 1 oz .999 fine silver art bar made by Valcambi in the 70s and was initially given to employees to celebrate Droves' 90th anniversary. The bar's obverse depicts a rancher on a horse riding into the city. The inscription above the design reads "Drovers Country" with the date to the left - 1883-1973. The reverse features the Drovers logo to the left and the bank's name to the right. The inscriptions read, "90th Anniversary" and "The Drovers National Bank of Chicago." Below displays a unique serial number along with the weight, purity, and metal content. Since this bar is over 50 years old, it may have marks or light toning.

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