Silver Art Bars

Most of these silver pieces were minted during the silver bull market of the 1970's. Many were later melted down, leaving a very limited supply. Today these pieces are rare. Their value derives from a combination of factors: the intrinsic value of the silver, collectibility, rarity, and personal desire.

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Art Bar, Hamilton Mint

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Material: .999 Siver

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Listed in Rood as Number HAM-442: "Issued 1974, Weight 1 oz, Mintage 1000, Rariety value = $20.


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Art Bar, Patrick Mint

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Listed in Rood as Number PAT-9: "Issued 1973, Weight 1 oz, Mintage 10,742, Rariety value = $18."


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Art Bar. Mother Load Mint (Copper)

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Material: Copper

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Art Bar. Mother Load Mint (Silver)

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Material: .999 Silver

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Listed in Rood as Number MLM-18: "Issued 1973, Weight 1 oz, Mintage ?, Rariety value = $20".


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Death Valley Mint

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Material: .999 Silver

Acquired: March 2003

Value: $29

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Front: A Century of Progress 1974-1874. Image is the mail being delivered via a SNAIL, also a Pony Express Rider. That's the real "Snail Mail." Possibly the earliest usage of the term. Back: Limited Editon 0807 of 1000 minted. Death Valley Mint.

Listed in Rood as Number USSC-77: "Issued 1974, Weight 1 oz, Mintage 1000, Rariety value = $22".

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