Below is a table
showing the different categories of antique silver artbars that
are available on our website. By antique, we mean silver artbars
that pre-date the big silver melt of the early eighties when
millions of these were melted for their silver value (almost
$50 each). Since mintages were often low in the first place,
many of these old artbars are extremely rare today. Most of the
bars are identified using the classification system developed
by J. Archie Kidd and Steven M. Rood in their book "An Indexed
Guide Book of Silver Art Bars" (Fifth Edition) published
in 1991. We also offer a selection of more modern silver artbars
also within the named category.
Click on any artbar,
or on the description line, to view a selection of silver artbars
within the named category. All
bars are one troy ounce .999 fine silver unless otherwise noted.
All bars are in mint condition unless otherwise noted. Please
scroll down for additional information near the bottom of this
on any artbar, or on the description line, to view our selection
of silver artbars within the named category.