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Johnson Matthey Silver Bars at Provident Metals

Johnson Matthey can trace its origins back to 1817 when Percival Johnson opened a gold assayer building in London. In 1851, George Matthey joined the company. The company name was changed to Johnson & Matthey, and the following year they became the official assayer to the Bank of England. The company grew and became a top name in the precious metals industry. In 2015, they sold their gold and silver refiners to Asahi Refining. While Johnson Matthey isn’t continuously making Silver Bars anymore, they’re still a top option for investors and collectors. Learn more about Johnson Matthey Silver Bars, right here at Provident Metals.

Secondary Market Bars

When looking through our selection of Johnson Matthey Silver Bars, you’ll notice that most of them are secondary market bars. A secondary market bar is a bar that is sold from a party other than the original source. This in turn means that we received the bar from someone other than Johnson Matthey.

Johnson Matthey Minted Ingots

At Provident Metals, we have a few minted ingots from Johnson Matthey. These bars are in smaller sizes, such as a 1 oz and a 10 oz option. These bars feature identifying marks of the bar on the obverse, as well as the Johnson Matthey logo, and a unique serial number. The reverse of these bars displays the Johnson Matthey logo in a repeating pattern design. All the Johnson Matthey Minted Ingots on Provident Metals are made with a purity of at least .999 pure silver.

Johnson Matthey Cast Bars

Cast bars from Johnson Matthey are also a popular option. These bars range from 5 oz in size to 1 kilogram. Identifying marks of the bar are on the obverse of these bars while the reverse is intentionally left blank.

Similar to the minted ingots, these bars are all made with a purity of at least .999 pure silver. Some options will even have a unique serial number located on the obverse.

Purchasing Johnson Matthey Silver Bars at Provident Metals

If you have any questions about Johnson Matthey Silver Bars, contact the Provident Metals customer service team today. We can be reached via email, through our online chat, or by calling our toll-free number at 1-800-313-3315.