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100 oz Silver Bullion Bar (Generic)

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The big momma of silver bullion, the 100-oz. silver bullion bar is the largest size regularly available from refiners. Almost 7 pounds of 0.9999 fine silver (6.86 lbs to be exact, or 3.11 kilograms) per bar let you add big value to your precious metals savings at a miniscule premium over spot price. 

These "generic" 100 oz silver bars are cast by a number of U.S.-based and international refiners and mints. Our stock turns over pretty frequently, and we'll fulfill your shipment from the product we have on-hand at the time of your order. Just to give you an idea, we've recently had silver bars in stock from the following manufacturers:

  • Asahi
  • Istanbul Gold Refinery (IGR)
  • Johnson Mathey
  • Metalor
  • Royal Canadian Mint
  • SilverTowne
  • Valcambi

About silver bullion

Silver bars are an attractive choice of precious metal investments. They are simple, elegant, and more affordable than their gold counterpart. The 100-oz silver bar is a great way to diversify your portfolio or savings, as silver is regarded as a wise long-term investment choice by industry leaders. Over the past 20 years, the price of silver has risen by almost 500%, and its price is predicted to keep rising through uncertain economic times and further fiat currency debasement. Still, the 100-oz Silver bar is a sizable investment that shouldn’t be taken lightly.

  • 100 oz. silver per bar (6.86 lbs, 3.11 kg) is still not too big to easily transport
  • 0.9999 fine silver
  • Miniscule premium over spot price compared to other silver products
  • Best way to make a big addition to your silver stack without overpaying
  • These silver bars are produced by many U.S. and international refiners and mints, and we'll fulfill your shipment from our on-hand stock at the time of your order. Note this may include identical products from the same mint or refiner.

About silver

Silver, along with gold, has been a common form of precious metal bullion since ancient times. 

Ingots or bars were created for the purpose of efficiently storing large quantities of silver, hence the stackable, rectangular shape. Silver has been synonymous with money for thousands of years. Some of the earliest types of coins were silver coins, and the monetary use of silver spans over several civilizations. The creation of silver bars predates ancient times, but they became a necessity for the Roman Empire thanks to their overwhelming quantities of silver and other precious metals. During Rome’s expansion throughout Europe, they became the largest silver mining force in the world with peak production reaching 200 tonnes a year.

Silver, similar to gold, also had an important, migratory role in the history of the United States. Gold wasn’t the only precious metal that sparked mania over locating gold, like the California Gold Rush. A silver rush is a mass migration process sparked by the discovery of silver-bearing ore, the equivalent of a gold rush. Silver mining in the U.S. began on a larger scale in 1858, with the discovery of the Comstock Lode in Nevada. Although it initially began with the discovery of gold, the Nevada Silver Rush rivaled the California Gold Rush in size and scope.

Unfortunately, not many years after in 1873 Germany adopted the Gold Standard and dumped its silver reserves. It had a large global impact on the silver trade as the U.S. and other nations quickly followed by demonetizing silver. The Sherman Silver Purchase Act was passed in 1890 that forced the government to buy 4-½ million ounces of silver a month, and use it to coin silver dollars. It made the U.S. government the 2nd largest global buyer of silver. It lasted only 3 years as the financial panic forced the repeal of the Sherman Silver Purchase Act.

Continuing the volatile history, President Franklin D. Roosevelt passed the Silver Purchase act of 1934 which authorized the government to confiscate gold and silver from private citizens. The U.S. Treasury bought silver at 50 cents per ounce which almost doubled the market price of silver. Several years later, the Silver Purchase Act of 1946 made the U.S. the top silver buyer as the Treasury bought all domestic silver at the rate of 90.5 cents per ounce.

Following World War II, the global economy continued growing even after the WWII boom in the 1950s. The nations that were destroyed had gotten back on their feet, and the demand for silver exploded. It was the first year that global silver demand had outgrown production by such a large margin.

Silver has had a volatile history, arguably even more so than gold. The trend has continued to this day, and the price of silver continues to be more volatile than gold with the gold-silver ratio being a good indicator of that. The ratio shows how many ounces of silver can be bought with one ounce of gold. 

Many consider silver bars a wise investment strategy, and it’s notable how the silver price rises during economic uncertainty. But, it’s also worth mentioning that the buyer should decide if they are going after a slightly more volatile precious metal like silver, or a slightly more stable one like gold. In any case, both precious metals are considered a solid, value-retaining, medium to long term investment.

Product specifications
SKU 2416962067
Metal Silver
Purity 0.9999
Product Type Bar
Year Minted Random
Mint Varies
Country Varies
Mint type Private
Weight 100 oz
Min Gross Weight (g) 3110.3






How much does shipping cost?
All orders over $199 will receive FREE SHIPPING. Other orders will be charged a shipping fee of $9.95. 


Why do you ship my order to my billing address?
This is a security measure to combat credit card fraud. By shipping to the billing address on file with your credit card company, we prevent scammers with stolen card numbers from fraudulent activity. 


Can I change my shipping address?
Yes, on a case-by-case basis. If you need to change your shipping address, please call in at (800) 729-3202 during normal business hours of 6 a.m. to 5 p.m. (PT) Monday – Friday and speak with a representative. 
NOTE: If you pay via PayPal, your order must ship to a PayPal Verified address.


What are your shipping, handling, and insurance charges?
BullionMax offers free shipping when you spend over $min_freeship_cart. We have no minimum order requirement; however, orders under $min_freeship_cart will be charged a shipping fee of $9.95. 


How long before you ship my order?
Once your payment has cleared, we will begin processing, packaging, and shipping your order. How long this takes varies based on your payment method, the size of your order, and your specific products. Once your order has shipped, you will receive an email confirmation, with a link to find your shipment tracking information on your account page.


Do you ship internationally?
No, not at this time. 


How do you prepare packages for shipment?
All your purchased products are packaged under video surveillance to ensure quality control and packages are carefully and discreetly wrapped in generic corrugated boxes. 


How do you ship my order?
We ship via Registered/Insured U.S. Postal Service and UPS in discreet, secure packaging. Each package is fully insured and may require a signature upon delivery. Packages take 1-10 business days for delivery. We’ll send your tracking number by email when your order ships. 


Is my order insured while in transit?
Yes, BullionMax fully insures all of its shipments. Should anything happen while your package is in transit to you, it will be covered by our insurance policy.
However, we will not accept responsibility if you have left instructions with any carriers or delivery services to leave parcels unattended for you without the need for a signature, or if you have given the carrier instructions to leave your package with anyone other than the addressee. This includes but is not limited to a building manager, neighbor, a business mailroom, drop-off location such as Mail Boxes, etc., The UPS Store, the Military Postal Service, etc.
Additionally, we will not assume responsibility for packages that are signed for by apartment/complex building management, a business mailroom, the Military Postal Service, or any person(s) that are not the addressee listed on the order. When we ship to you, if metals are lost or damaged in transit, it is our responsibility to pursue any claim with the insurance company. If we determine the package is lost or damaged, we file a claim.
We reserve the right to re-ship your items or refund your money at our discretion.


Can you ship my order to my post office box?
No, we cannot ship to a post office box. 


Do I have to sign for my shipment?
Packages we ship may not require a signature for delivery. Expedited shipping, whether via UPS or the U.S. Postal Service, requires a signature for delivery.


Do you ship to U.S. territories?
We do not ship to US territories. Due to special requirements set by the postal systems, we are unable to ship outside of U.S. states.


What does “No Will Call” mean?
All UPS shipments ship with a “No Will Call” restriction, meaning the package cannot be picked up from a UPS location or just left at the delivery address. This is a precaution to prevent orders from being fraudulently intercepted. UPS will make three delivery attempts. If nobody is available at the delivery address to sign and accept delivery, the package will be returned to us.


Where do you ship orders from?
All orders will ship from our warehouse in Los Angeles, California.  We conceal the return address on all packages so as to not hint at the contents of the package.


Do you offer UPS shipping to Alaska and Hawaii?
No, we do not. The costs of shipping to these states are extremely prohibitive, so we utilize USPS on all shipments to Alaska and Hawaii.


Do we ship to P.O. Boxes?
No, we do not. Sorry.


Do you ship to UPS store locations?
No. UPS 3-Day Air service excludes shipments to UPS Stores, as well as Alaska, Hawaii and APO addresses.


My package appears to have been damaged or tampered with. What should I do?
We recommend you refuse any shipment that appears to be damaged or tampered with because the shipping insurance ends once signed for and/or delivered. When refused, the package(s) will return to BullionMax for inspection. 
If you have taken possession of a damaged or tampered package, please save all packaging and contact call us at (800) 729-3202 during normal business hours of 6 a.m. to 5 p.m. (PT) Monday – Friday within 48 hours for further instructions. Failure to notify us of damage or tampering within 48 hours from signature or delivery date may impact our ability to cover your claim.


What happens if my order is lost in transit?
We see very few delivery issues with our carriers, but sometimes delays do occur. In those situations, we appreciate your patience to wait a little longer for your package (at least 7 business days) before contacting us. Should the package not arrive, an investigation of the shipment is required before any order is reshipped or refunded. We may ask you to file a police report if it appears loss is due to theft or tampering. Your assistance speeds up the investigation and the sooner we complete it, the sooner we can resolve the missing order.

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