Buying Silver Bars Online
Purchasing silver bars is typically regarded as the most economical way of owning physical silver, as the production costs associated with bars are lower than that for coins. The more affordable price continues to appeal to investors, offering an efficient and cost effective way to diversify their portfolio and gain exposure to the silver market. If you are also in the market for gold, perhaps you may like to browse our extensive selection of gold bars and gold coins.
VAT-Free Silver Bars
Silver bars attracts VAT and is therefore often viewed as a longer-term, more speculative investment, particularly when compared with gold. However, Sharps Pixley is able to offer investors the opportunity to hold physical silver bars VAT free in our state-of-the art vaulting facility. This makes your silver investment far more cost efficient, effectively saving you 20%. Our vaults are 100% underwritten by Lloyds of London, giving you the assurance that your investment is safe, secure and fully insured. Clients who use our vaulting services have full inspection rights over their precious metal holding, and are offered preferential buy back rates should they choose to sell their silver bullion back to Sharps Pixley. Silver vault custody fees do apply, find out more here. We also provide investment services by working with you to create a bespoke investment proposal.
Sharps Pixley Investment Silver Bars
Sharps Pixley stocks a wide variety of silver bars at low, competitive premiums, ranging from the smaller denomination bars weighing 1oz, 100g and 1kg, to the larger 5kg, 15kg and 1000oz market bars for the more seasoned investor. Please note that the 1000oz silver market bars will all vary slightly in weight, and the client will not be able to take physical delivery of the metal. If you require further information, please contact a member of the team.
The Silver Bar Market
The physical silver market is notoriously volatile. There are many factors at play which can cause wide ranging valuations, including silvers relative low value when compared with its gold counterparts, a smaller market with lower market liquidity, and fluctuations in demand between its industrial uses and its use as a store of value. Whilst there are greater risks associated with a more volatile market, there is also more opportunity for significant financial gain as investors could receive a far higher return on their investment. Keep up to date with the silver market by checking out our newsroom page where you can obtain expert analysis on gold & silver news as well as prices from our research team.