10 Oz Engelhard Silver Bar
As low as: $ 326.34
|1 -10||$ 328.31|
|11 -25||$ 327.65|
|26 -99||$ 327.00|
|100 +||$ 326.34|
One of the oldest, most trusted names in the precious metals industry, Engelhard Industries crafted these highly rare and popular loaf bars — an affordable way to add silver to your investment portfolio. Composed of 10 troy ounces of .999 pure silver.
Englehard poured 10-oz .999 fine silver bars were first produced by the Englehard Corporation in the mid-1970s. As demand grew, Englehard switched to an automated system that produced struck 10-oz silver bars.
No longer produced after the 1980’s, these secondary market 10 oz silver bars may show signs of handling and wear. Each bar is prominently stamped with the Engelhard logo, along with its weight, purity and a unique serial number.
About Engelhard Industries
After immigrating to the United States in 1881, Charles Engelhard, Sr began a fruitful career working in the precious metals industry. By the turn of the twentieth century, Engelhard began to build an empire, purchasing several smaller companies and founding Engelhard Industries. The company quickly emerged as the largest, most influential precious metals refiner, fabricator and smelter in the world.
After Engelhard’s death in 1950, the business was placed in the hands of his son, Charles Engelhard, Jr. For the next fifty years, the company continued to expand, moving into Europe, South America and South Africa. Engelhard Industries developed the world’s first catalytic converter to assist the American automotive industry meet stringent EPA guidelines.
At the same time, Engelhard began producing gold, silver, platinum and palladium bars, which were in high demand thanks to public concern over inflation. By the early 1980’s, Engelhard Industries began to manufacture bullion rounds to go along with its precious metal bars. In 2006, the company was purchased by BASF Chemical Company for $5 billion.