In a sea of gold and silver bars that tend to look the same, Monarch Poured Silver Bars are altogether unique. The rustic appearance and hands-on techniques of Monarch Precious Metals helps the refinery create products that appeal to collectors.
- Minted with 10 ounces of .999 pure silver.
- Produced using the hand-poured method, giving each bar a unique finish and contours.
- Stamped with its weight, purity, and the Monarch Precious Metals logo.
A lot of silver bars produced today have intricate designs, advanced security features built in, and refined finishes. Monarch Precious Metals prefers to use traditional minting techniques to create products that remind investors and collectors of bars created centuries ago.
On the primary face of each silver bar from Monarch is the corporate information and identifying characteristics of the bar. Arranged from left to right on the face of the 10 oz. Monarch Poured Bar is the purity and metal content of the bar, the Monarch Precious Metals name and logo, and the weight of the bar.
The Monarch logo is a crown that was created by a combination of the letters MPM. On this particular bar, the logo is surrounded by the words Monarch Precious in arch above, and the word Metals below. There are no markings on the opposite face of the bar. Both sides of the bar have rough, textured finishes and rounded edges that appear unrefined.
Monarch products are minted using hands-on techniques. All silver is hand poured into the casts to form the bars. The finished product is removed and the engravings are hand stamped by MPM employees.
Founded in 2008, Monarch Precious Metals is located in southern Oregons Rogue Valley. All of its gold and silver bars feature a minimum purity of .999.
Minimum Gross Weight
311g / 10oz