Why Buy from Private Mints?

In today’s climate with COVID-19 dealing damage to both public health and the economy, many are searching for ways to buy fine silver. So, investors and collectors must not only navigate what kind of silver to buy, but also whether they should buy from sovereign mints or private mints. When you are considering buying silver from a private mint, let Bullion Exchanges help you. 

Private mints can produce almost everything just like a sovereign mint, however, they cannot strike legal tender coinage. Although private mints can only strike rounds or blanks, there are many advantages to buy fine silver from these companies. Since a private mint cannot strike legal tender, its products tend to carry lower premiums. They also do not have to abide by strict mintages. 

On top of that, government regulation establishes more opportunities for a larger amount of products. Simply put, this leads to a lower bullion price. And because private mints compete with one another, prices are often lowered. Government mints on the other hand arguably have a monopoly and its coins can be very rare and expensive. When you buy fine silver from a private mint, you might be getting a better deal. So take a look at the new silver Pyromet bullion we have in stock!

Who is Pyromet?

Pyromet is a privately owned refiner and manufacturer of precious metals including fine silver, gold, and platinum group metals. Many of their products deal with industrial use for film, plating, electronics, and investing. Since 1969, Pyromet strongly believes in putting customers first. This company accomplishes this through its core values that literally make up the word “TRUST”: Transparency, Responsibility, Uncompromised quality, Self-Initiative, and Teamwork. 

Founded through its patented process, Pyromet strives to provide only the best quality silver bullion. They achieve this by following and pioneering the newest technologies and methods for refining metals. Right now, Pyromet accepts nothing except the most cutting-edge technology. Some of this technology includes thermal reduction capabilities as well as film wash processes, and proper equipment and techniques to strike high-quality bullion with maximum efficiency. 

The Stunning Fine Silver Bullion Line-Up

1 oz Pyromet Silver Card .999 Fine (w/COA)

1 oz Pyromet Silver Card .999 Fine (w/COA) Bullion Exchanges

Product specifications:

  • First issue of the new silver card – can fit in a wallet!
  • Card made of .999 fine silver with a weight of 1 oz
  • Produced by Pyromet
  • Arrives in a protective sleeve with a Certificate of Authenticity
  • Obverse: Displays cursive inscriptions over a mirror-like finish. Inscriptions: “The Silver Card”, “One Troy Ounce”, “.999 Fine Silver”, and the logo. 
  • Reverse: Blank.

 

50 oz Pyromet Silver Bar .999 Fine

50 oz Pyromet Silver Bar .999 Fine Bullion Exchanges

Bar Specifications:

  • Bar made of .999 fine silver with a weight of 50 oz
  • Produced by Pyromet
  • Arrives in a protective sleeve with a Certificate of Authenticity
  • Obverse: Displays inscriptions in each corner of the bar’s border. Inscriptions: “PYROMET”, “999+ Ag”, “50 Toz”, a unique serial number, and the Pyromet logo.
  • Reverse: Blank.

 

100 oz Pyromet Silver Bar .999 Fine

100 oz Pyromet Silver Bar .999 Fine Bullion Exchanges

Bar Specifications:

  • Bar made of .999 fine silver with a weight of 100 oz
  • Produced by Pyromet
  • Arrives in a protective sleeve with a Certificate of Authenticity
  • Obverse: Displays inscriptions in each corner of the bar’s border. Inscriptions: “PYROMET”, “999+ Ag”, “100 Toz”, a unique serial number, and the logo.
  • Reverse: Blank.

History of Pyromet

Jay Miller is the credited founder of Pyromet. This company began in 1969 in a garage located in Chester, Pennsylvania. Miller created and fine-tuned a patented process for purifying silver. Although his patent eventually expired, his process was so efficient that many refineries use his method to this day. Years later, the price of silver grew and there were new laws to protect the environment. Consequently, silver became more profitable. Pyromet continued to grow from word-of-mouth testimonies. Its reputation often precedes it as a trustworthy refinery in the industry. 

In 1983, Pyromet’s HQ was set up in Aston, Pennsylvania. This has been their HQ ever since, and in 1996, after 27 years, it came time for Miller to retire. He passed down the leadership of his company to his long-term employees. His new team set forth to expand Pyromet’s services and customer demographic. For the company’s new initiative, it developed the Sun Valley Film Wash, which offers film recycling services. The film is washed with non-toxic enzyme solutions. As a result, silver residues can be refined into fine silver and reused for new products. Today, Pyromet’s products are able to be purchased all over the world. Add this incredible, environmentally-conscious refinery to your collection today. 

BULLION EXCHANGES

Bullion Exchanges is a top-rated, trusted, and accredited retailer in Manhattan. When you purchase from us, we will securely package and deliver your order to your address. COVID-19 continues to affect many throughout the world. Despite the pandemic, Bullion Exchanges is still working hard for our valued customers. We are taking every necessary precaution to handle products with care and do what is best for our employee’s health. If you have any questions about our products and services, please contact us during our business hours. We will be happy to assist you.

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