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Updated: September, 2010
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Engelhard Silver Bar  
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On the left is a large picture of my one troy ounce Engelhard silver bullion bar. I just purchased this Engelhard silver bar from The Copper Cave and am super excited about it. As you may know from the pictures of my Johnson Matthey Silver Bar and pictures of my silver art bar collection, I have become quite the fan of silver bars from refining companies. Today I'll talk all about my experience adding this brand new silver bar to my collection.

Everyone's Heard of Engelhard

There are two non-government refiners in the silver industry that absolutely everyone knows about: Johnson Matthey and Engelhard. Engelhard is a household name when it comes to silver bars and whether you're on a budget and accumulating 1 oz silver bars (like myself), or have a larger budget for 10 oz silver bars, one kilo silver bars, or even 100 ounce silver bullion bars, Engelhard is your refiner of choice. Because everyone has heard of these guys (and because each bar has a serial number), there is always liquid market for resale.

Engelhard Silver Bars Have Serial Numbers

As you may know from the various articles on this site, I feel strongly about gold and silver bars with serial numbers. You can rest assured you have the real deal when there's a serial number. (For gold bars especially, I also recommend only purchasing when you have an assay certificate as well. You can read more about this in my experience buying my Johnson Matthey gold bar.) I'm consistently impressed with Engelhard because all of their bars (at least the ones I've seen) have unique serial numbers. As you can see in the picture above, even my little 1 oz Engelhard bar has a serial number, how neat!

Collect A Variety of Different Silver Bars

I'm a big fan of diversifying within your gold and silver bullion collection. While many people argue that "bullion is just bullion" I tend to disagree. There is such a large range and diversity within the world of silver bullion bars, you can have an absolute blast trying to round out your collection and own all different types of silver bars. Just within the universe of Engelhard, there are many different silver bars to own. You not only have the size dimension, but also the bars have changed in style over the years. I recommend not only buying a few different Engelhard silver bars, but also checking on other refiners (such as Johnson Matthey) and the neat world of silver art bars. Want to see more? I feature my Englehard silver bar in my new silver bar video.

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Reverse of My One Troy Ounce Engelhard Silver Bar

Engelhard Silver Bar Reverse
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