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10 ounce bar.
An example of the element Silver

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Silver 10 ounce bar
10 ounce bar.
This is a large 10-ounce ingot of silver: I bought 8 of these, one for me, three for Max Whitby, and the rest to make a 2" diameter silver ball for Oliver Sacks. Northwest Territorial Mint has the best price I could find for raw silver: Only 75 cents over the current COMEX price with a 50 ounce minimum (at least, that was their price in 2004).
Source: Northwest Territorial Mint
Contributor: Theodore Gray
Acquired: 15 September, 2004
Price: $72
Size: 3"
Purity: 99.9%
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