These bars are secondary market sourced and may or may not arrive in original packaging as shown.
As we understand these bars do carry some collector value, we have taken every effort available to provide them in as original condition as possible. That being said, these bars may arrive with imperfections including damaged or aged/brittle plastic sleeve.
In addition slight toning and minor bumps and dents may also present.
Please understand these bars are not listed as “New” although they do appear to be very close to original in terms of both packaging and presentation.
Return requests will not be accepted for reasons of any damage or damaged packaging as these bars have all been authenticated, inspected and are suitable for re-sale.
Please reach out with any questions BEFORE ordering this product.
Is it a coin or a bar? The answer is yes. The 2008 Cook Islands Bounty 100 oz Silver Bar has a coin stamped into it. Here you get the best of both worlds. This rare bar is made from 100 oz of .999 fine silver.
- Made of 100 oz .999 fine silver
- Face value of $100 backed by the Cook Islands
- Obverse side has portrait of Queen Elizabeth and picture of the HMS Bounty
- The reverse side is intentionally left blank
Investors like to buy silver to hedge against inflation. Silver has a lower price point than gold so you can buy more of it and it is more affordable to more people. Savvy investors know that you want quality silver in a form that is easily stored. Silver bars are convenient because you can put them inside of a cabinet or lock them away in a safe because they stack easily. With coins, you can stack them but they can fall over and make a mess all over.
The obverse side of the bar has “100 oz COIN FINE SILVER ,999” at the top. Under this a coin stamped into the gar. On the coin is an image of Queen Elizabeth II. To the left of her image is ‘QUEEN ELIZABETH”. At the top of the coin is ‘100 Dollars”. To the right of her picture is ‘COOK ISLANDS’. At the bottom of the coin is ‘2008’. Underneath the stamped coin is the image of the HMS Bounty stamped into the bar. Below this image is the mint mark of Heimerle and Meule Group. This is a picture of a man pouring molten metal into the molds. Below him is ‘HEIMERLE and MEULE.
The reverse side of the bar is kept blank intentionally.
Buy the 2008 100 Silver Bar and you get something that is not just a boring silver bar but one with character and style. Get yours today.