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100 oz Silver Bars
100 oz silver bars are a time-honored way for investors to put their money on quality silver without breaking the bank on premiums. Our beautiful 100 oz silver bars can help you build your silver stack with confidence.
Germania has become one of the world’s most respected producers of quality silver bars. Investors love the look of their 100 oz silver bar, which features the Germania Mint logo in brilliant detail on the obverse. At the bottom of this side of the bar, you’ll find its purity, fineness, material, and weight. Each Germania product also comes with a unique serial number to help guarantee and safeguard your investment. The classic Germania Mint hologram takes its place on the reverse side of the Germania 100 oz silver bar.
With 100 oz of .999 pure silver, the Asahi Silver Bar reminds investors of the classic look that has made silver bars famous. All you’ll find on the obverse of this bar is the Asahi is the mint’s stamped logo, as well as purity and weight. Turn it over and note another classic hallmark of silver bullion bars: an intentionally blank reverse. There’s a reason why the Asahi mint name has become the epitome of quality control and excellence for most bullion collectors. The Asahi 100 oz Silver Bar demonstrates the mint’s commitment to both strength of design and purity.
Like we mention in our guide at the bottom of the page, the Royal Canadian Mint 100 oz Silver Bar is an example of a silver bar of unprecedented design intricacy. From the tiny maple leaves that sit on either side of the purity on the bar’s obverse to the stylized mint seal at the top, this bar leaves nothing to be desired when it comes to design. An individualized serial number on the obverse provides an additional layer of security, which vouches for the legitimacy of your silver bar. The reverse side is left intentionally blank.
Johnson Matthey’s reputation as a producer of quality silver bullion bars is beyond dispute. Their bar invokes a classic, utilitarian look and design philosophy. You’ll find only the mint’s logo, weight, and purity (.999) on the obverse. The minimally intrusive designs allow the silver content of this bar to really shine. On the reverse, a textured, granular, and undecorated appearance makes these bars excellent for stacking in your collection.
Buy 100 oz Silver Bars
Silver bars have been the precious metal stacker’s ideal investment vehicle for decades. And it isn’t hard to see why, either. Large silver bars offer a high quantity of pure silver bullion at a lower premium cost compared to other silver products. And the beautiful designs that decorate modern 100 oz bullion bars are nothing to sneeze at, either. Many of our most popular silver bars include intricately detailed designs, which make them an exceptional addition to your portfolio.
Hero Bullion sells several of the world’s most popular 100 oz silver bars to help you build your stack with confidence. Scroll to the top of this page, and you’ll find our full inventory of 100 oz silver bars. Below, you can check out our full guide to buying quality 100 oz silver bars.
About 100 oz Silver Bars
100 oz silver bars are a popular stacking choice for a few different reasons. First, these silver products are large enough to cut down on premiums considerably. Bullion dealers often offer lower premium costs when you choose to purchase larger items. Compared to smaller bars or coins, 100 oz silver bars are a cheap way to invest in pure silver bullion.
Their size also allows mint experts to craft silver bars with abnormally impressive obverse and reverse designs. Most of the small silver bars we come across feature bare-bones, basic designs. This isn’t always a bad thing; some investors like the classic, minimalist look of a stackable silver bar. But others prefer to hold beautiful works of art in their hands as they collect silver, gold, and platinum products. Our 100 oz silver bars balance high silver purity with design intricacy to create truly unique investment-grade bullion items.
History of Silver Bullion Bars
Silver bullion has been used to store wealth for thousands of years. The Ancient Egyptians actually viewed silver as more valuable than gold because of the latter’s prominence along the Nile River. In more recent times, investment-grade silver has slowly transitioned into the hands of the public. During the late 1970s, two brothers managed to corner the silver market. They bought over 100 million ounces of pure silver, causing a spike in demand and price.
Since then, silver has found its place as a premier investment tool for institutional and retail investors alike. The history of large silver bars largely mirrors this recent development in silver trading. Larger silver bars were often only traded by banks and other large institutions. Now, this is no longer the case. In the 21st century, buying and selling large silver bars is an investment model that even small investors can take part in.
Why Buy 100 oz Silver Bars?
Why should you add 100 oz silver bars to your silver portfolio? These products are certainly large investments, and it can be difficult to shell out thousands of dollars to buy a high quality 100 oz silver bar. But we feel that the larger cost is worthwhile. After all, silver bars of this size can cut down on premiums and leave you holding a reasonable amount of pure silver for your money.
Of course, there are both advantages and disadvantages to buying and holding 100 oz silver bars. Let’s take a look at the pros and cons of investing in 100 oz silver bars from Hero Bullion.
Advantages of Buying 100 oz Silver Bars
We typically note three main advantages to buying 100 oz silver bars from popular mints: high silver purity, low premiums over spot, and beautiful designs. Combining all of these benefits helps make large silver bars one of the best ways to put your money on one of the world’s most popular precious metals.
High Silver Purity
100 oz silver bars offer some of the highest silver purities on the market. Many bars feature either .999 or .9999 fineness, making them an exceptional way to invest directly in fine silver. We should note that the actual monetary difference between .999 and .9999 purity is minimal. You should feel confident investing in any of our 100 oz silver bars; their high silver fineness is a major reason why they remain extremely popular among collectors.
Low Premiums Over Spot
We often talk about the importance of considering premiums when purchasing precious metals. Some products, including coins and rounds, are packed with hefty additional premiums. This eats into your profits and makes it harder to secure pure silver bullion for your money. Large 100 oz silver bars are entirely different. Both their size and product type help these precious metal items to provide some of the lowest premiums available anywhere. This means more silver for your cash – and more profit in your pocket.
Compared to smaller denominations, these 100 oz silver bars have some of the best designs we’ve ever seen on silver bullion bars. Take, for example, the Royal Mint Britannia 100 oz Silver Bar. This piece pays homage to the classic depiction of Britannia, the female personification of the British empire. The intricate artwork on bars like the Britannia 100 oz Silver Bar is impressive and can help you add some much-needed style to your silver bar portfolio.
Downsides of 100 oz Silver Bars
100 oz silver bars aren’t perfect. Like all other precious metal investments, they come with a couple of considerable downsides. Namely, limited liquidity and a prohibitively high entry cost make it harder for investors to profit from buying and selling 100 oz silver bars.
Because of their considerable size, 100 oz silver bars offer limited liquidity. Liquidity refers to the ease of selling your products reliably when it’s time to take some profit. Smaller denominational silver bars are easy to sell because they don’t require you to sell thousands of dollars of silver at one time. If you’re in need of quick cash, holding only 100 oz silver bars might make it more difficult for you to cash in without losing a large portion of your stack.
High Entry Cost
Most 100 oz silver bars cost over $1,000 USD. This high entry cost might make it hard for low-budget investors to put their money on silver bars of this size. The total cost of a silver bar depends on several factors, including the quality of the mint, the bar’s numismatic value, and the current spot price of silver. When silver is down, you might be able to buy large silver bars without overspending. But during times of peak silver demand, prices may just be too high for smaller collectors to afford.
How to Buy Silver Bars
How can investors cash in on the popularity of 100 oz silver bars? The answer starts with getting educated. Research should be your best friend as you search for the best 100 oz silver bars to buy.
Finding Popular 100 oz Silver Bars
Hero Bullion sells several of the most popular 100 oz silver bars on the market. But we shouldn’t be the only dealer you check out. Research online and compare prices for your favorite silver bars before deciding on a distributor to do business with.
Properly Storing and Maintaining 100 oz Silver Bullion Bars
100 oz silver bars are large investments, and storing them properly and safely is one of the best ways to safeguard your portfolio. We recommend a home safe at the very minimum, but it’s important that investors with extremely valuable silver collections consider storing them in a vault. Keep your bars in a temperature controlled, dry place to avoid potential damage.
Buy Silver Bars with Hero Bullion!
We’re very excited to offer the selection of quality 100 oz silver bars that we do. Whether you choose to buy a quality silver bar from Germania, the Royal Canadian Mint, or from another major sovereign mint, you can rest assured that you’re purchasing one of the most cost efficient silver products on the market.