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5oz Silver Bars

We supply 5oz Silver bars from PAMP and Scottsdale. Our 5 oz silver bars are brand new, pure 999.0 Silver direct from the manufacturers. Prices include free insured delivery. 

5oz Silver bars are a great investment weight for someone looking for a mid sized bar.

Whilst a pure 5oz Silver bar is just the same as any other pure 5oz Silver bar, what determines the differences in price between products is the brand and type of bar.


PAMP are a world leading independent Precious Metals refiner based in Switzerland and are recognised by the Swiss National Bank, the London Bullion Market Association (LBMA). PAMP minted bars have an exceptional finish and shine, and come beautifully packaged with certificates of authenticity. The PAMP 5oz minted bars depicts the famous "Lady Fortuna", "Rosa", or Lunar "Rooster ".


Scottsdale Mint
Scottsdale Mint is a private mint in United States that provides some of the most exceptional bullion products available to consumers and investor today. Their highly renowned brand reputation is matched with their product high standards in purity/ weight and craftsmanship.

Produced in the USA from .999 pure Silver, the Scottsdale 5oz Prey Silver bar is one of the most stunning piece of silver bar on the market today.

There are 2 main ways of creating precious metal bars, each with their own different result, below is an explanation of both cast and minted bars.


Cast Bars

Casting has been used for thousands of years and is often referred to as also "molded" or "poured". The process involves metal being heated until it turns into a liquid form and is poured into a mold to specifically to hold an exact weight and shape.

Once the metal cools down and solidifies, it is ready for engraving or further stamping, if this is not included in the mold itself.

Minted Bars

Minted bars tend to carry a higher price than cast bars due to further manufacturing input required for cleaner and more craftsmanship required in the finishing and embedded designs.

Generally minted bars are more visually more aesthetic to the eye, as this can also involve further manufacturing stages for polishing and cleaning.