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250 gram silver bar

World War II greatly affected the demand for silver. Because World War II caused a shortage of various different metals that were needed for industrial use, the demand for silver during that time increased. Industries that normally used copper found ways to use silver ro achieve the same purposes. Silver was needed to make aircrafts, electrical connectors and switches. During that era, the United States also began using silver to make nickels because the nickel required for its normal production was needed at that time to produce more steel. The silver needed to meet all this demand was taken from West Point vaults. Much of it was later melted down again and returned to the U.S. Treasury after the war ended.

The 250 gram silver bullion bar is a good choice for investors who want to invest in this highly valued metal. Most bars will indicate their weight, the name of the mint that produced the bar, and the fineness indication. Fineness is most often expressed as .999, which means that it is 99.9% pure silver. Because different mints marks their bars according to their own specifications, some will feature more branding than others. Most silver bars are not minted into standardised dimensions, so even bars from a particular mint may vary in both design and dimensions. This size bar typically comes with a certificate of authenticity called an assayer. Some feature elaborate designs on the reverse side.

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