100 oz Engelhard Silver Bars are iconic precious metal products that investors and collectors love. Engelhard Corporation was founded in 1902 by Charles W. Engelhard in New Jersey. The company began as a platinum smelter and refiner, and they are credited with developing the first production catalytic converter.
Over time, they expanded to refine other precious metals such as gold and silver, and grew large enough to become a Fortune 500 company. In 2006, Engelhard Corporation was bought out by BASF for $5 Billion. Engelhard products are no longer manufactured, making this product a unique opportunity to get in on the history of precious metals refining in the United States.
This listing is for secondary market 100 oz Engelhard Silver Bars as there are no new bars being cast. We cannot guarantee the exact condition of the bar, but we can ensure that every bar will contain 100 oz of .999 pure silver.
Most new mints use advanced minting methods to create detailed designs, but Engelhard cast their bars in pre-formed molds. This is a great product for those looking to invest in pure silver, and do not care for collectible bars. Cast bars are the backbone of silver investments.
The obverse face includes engravings stamped across the bar in landscape orientation. The middle of the bar reads the Engelhard logo. Above the logo are the specifications of the coin: purity, metal content, and weight. Stamped below the logo is a unique serial number given to the bar. The reverse of the bar is blank.