I love simple hand-poured silver.
I like hand-poured bars, and much like old coins, I can handle them without worrying about ruining their finish. Even when the bar is super shiny, I can just wipe off any prints off them.
Also, no two bars from the same maker are the same, and it is the little imperfections such as bubbles, marks from the mold, indentations and pour lines, that give each one its own unique character.
I received this silver bar last week, and it came with my silver order.
Limited Edition Silver Slacker YPS Bar1 troy oz, #108
Unlike other "rougher looking" hand-poured silver, YPS get a more consistent and smoother finished product with less bubbles and less bumps. For sure it has something to do with their hand-pouring method and the temperature of the mold.
It has the numbers 1 and 8... my lucky numbers! Yay!!!
Still in its original mint sealed package, it is not easy to see that this hand-poured silver has a pillow top. I like it very much!
That Crazy Old Guy in Scottsdale gave it to me.
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The Silver Saver Channel Bar, ltd. ed.
1 troy ounce, .999 fine silver, hand poured by MK Barz