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The new Scottsdale Mint ‘Button’ 5oz Silver Bar represents Scottdale Mint's homage to the crafted style of bullion, with no two buttons cast alike.

These silver buttons feature the Scottsdale Lion logo deep imprinted into the centre of the bar, along with details of the bar's weight and fineness.

These bars weigh 155.5g and are 999.0 Fine Silver.
Exclusively manufactured by Scottsdale Mint in Arizona, USA.
Stamped with the Scottsdale logo.
Product dimensions differ sightly.
Bars are NEW from manufacturer. 

The obverse of the Scottsdale 5oz Tombstone Silver Nugget features the stamped words 'TOMBSTONE Arizona Territory', beneath this is 'Silver Nugget'. The reverse of the bar features the Scottsdale Mint stamp. Details of the weight (5oz) and fineness (999.0) feature on the reverse of this bar.

This bar weighs 5 Troy Ounce and is 999.0 Fine Silver.
Exclusively manufactured by Scottsdale Mint in Arizona, USA.
Cast
Comes with a Certificate of Authenticity from the Scottsdale Mint.
Each bar comes packed in a exclusive draw-string canvas bag.
Each bar is crafted to be unique and each one varies just a touch.
Bars are NEW from manufacturer. 

Total (inc. VAT): 75 EUR

Total (inc. VAT): 525 EUR

The obverse of the Scottsdale 10oz Tombstone Silver Nugget features the stamped words 'TOMBSTONE Arizona Territory', beneath this is 'Silver Nugget'. The reverse of the bar features the Scottsdale Mint stamp. Details of the weight (10oz) and fineness (999.0) feature on the reverse of this bar.

This bar weighs 10 Troy Ounces and is 999.0 Fine Silver.
Exclusively manufactured by Scottsdale Mint in Arizona, USA.
Cast bar.
Each bar is supplied in a drawstring canvas bag.
Each bar comes with a certificate of authenticity.
Each bar is crafted to be unique and each one varies just a touch,

The obverse of the Scottsdale 1kg Tombstone Silver Nugget features the stamped words 'TOMBSTONE Arizona Territory', beneath this is 'Silver Nugget'. The reverse of the bar features the Scottsdale Mint stamp. Details of the weight (1 kilo) and fineness (999.0) feature on the reverse of this bar.

This bar weighs 32.15 Troy Ounce (1,000.00g) and is 999.0 Fine Silver.
Exclusively manufactured by Scottsdale Mint in Arizona, USA.
Cast bar.
Each bar is supplied in a drawstring canvas bag.
Each bar comes with a certificate of authenticity.
Each Silver Bar is crafted to be unique and each one varies just a touch.
Bars are NEW from manufacturer.  

Total (inc. VAT): 179 EUR

Total (inc. VAT): 105 EUR

Because of the constant development in the technology, usage of silver also inflates. Like gold, silver is also one of the commodities that maintained its value in the market and is worth considerable as substitute to paper currency. The reasons for owning an ounce or more of silver are as follows:

Historic Monetary Metal

Hundreds of years ago, silver became the means for buying and selling. It was the money used by many countries for trading. It has the value that is sustained until today.

Undervalued Commodity

Silver is one of the undervalued products with a great upside potential. The ratio of gold and silver during the early years is 15:1, which means that in every 1 troy ounce of gold was worth 15 troy ounces of silver. However, the ratio varies because of the trend in supply and demand of silver.

Unique Feature


Silver’s unique feature is that it has short position in the COMEX, but one of the largest. Bullion banks hold the largest short position in precious metal markets which include silver bullion. However, these short positions need to be covered eventually so the silver price will get a boost.

Industrial Usage of Silver

Silver’s primary use is industrial. New innovations are constantly emerging taking advantage of silver’s properties. Silver is widely used because it resists corrosion and oxidation. Aside from that it is also best as thermal conductor, so it is ideal in electrical applications.

Supply and Demand


The mining of silver is greatly affected by the demand. Everyone and any industry is a potential demand for the production of silver since it is widely used in jewelry and many industries. However, its supply is becoming lesser than the demand due to less pure silver producers. Mostly are mined for the development of other products and metals.