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10 oz Silver Wall Street Bar

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Description:

Diversify your precious metals portfolio with a 10 oz Wall Street Mint silver cast bar with a unique New York skyline design struck on the surface.

The Wall Street Mint arose from the 9/11 attacks in 2002 for silver investors to hold a piece of history. These 10 oz bars are produced by the Scottsdale Mint and available here on our online store. Cast silver bars such as these typically have a flat reverse surface that may show minor striations, lines, and other textures that result from the cooling and settling of the silver during production.

10 oz Wall Street Silver Bar Highlights:

Contains 10 oz of .999 fine silver

Obverse features a depiction of the New York skyline

Reverse has no feature

Latin saying - Vivamus Moriendum Est, translating to, let us live, since we must die

Specifications:

More Information
Purity .999
Metal Type Silver
Grade Raw
Coin Type Bullion
Modern or Historical Modern
Metal Weight 10 troy oz

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