|[SilverTowne Hallmark] [5 OZ.] [.999 FINE]||[Serial Number Assignment]||1st series 5oz class ingot produced by SilverTowne. Ingots of early serial number assignment demonstrate a plain reverse while ingot 10068 demonstrates a lined reverse. The serial number assignments for these 1st series ingots were random throughout the range. This 1st series ingot measures approximately 52.39mm x 19.05mm. Size differences between all three series are demonstrated in the photo below, with 1st series being decidedly more wide than the others.||00050|
| ||[Inadvertent Serial Assignment] [SilverTowne Hallmark] [5 OZ.] [.999 FINE]||[Inverted Serial Number Assignment]||1st series 5oz class ingot produced by SilverTowne. This example is an ultimate example of error bars in that the obverse hallmark was stamped over an inadvertently applied ‘13296’ serial number assignment, then struck with an inverted ‘13297’ serial number assignment on the reverse.||13297||1|
|[SilverTowne Hallmark] [5 OZ.] [.999 FINE]||[Serial Number Assignment]||2nd series 5oz class ingot produced by SilverTowne. These ingots were produced in both lined-reverse and flat-reverse throughout the serial number range, both pictured. This 2nd series ingot measures slightly narrower than the 1st series, at approximately 49.21mm x 19.05mm. SilverTowne used many slightly different casting moulds and cooling trays in their production of these ingots. In an All Engelhard case study of 100 2nd series ingots, we found 30 examples with inverted serial numbers of random serial range assignment. This suggests the inverted serial assignment was perhaps a production oversight, though not terribly uncommon. Mintage estimate on these inverted serial number examples is <2,250 of the total <7,500 produced.|
It is rumored that three  5oz class ingots were erroneously stamped with serial number on the obverse, while the hallmark, weight class and purity stamps were placed on the reverse. This is demonstrated in the photo of ingot 00052, below. Ingot 04813 has also been documented to show this reverse stamping anomaly. It is also rumored that a few 10oz class ingots were stamped in similar variation, though we have not yet observed such an example.
|[SilverTowne Hallmark] [5 OZ.] [.999 FINE]||Cast Finish||2nd series 5oz class ingot produced by SilverTowne in serial absent variation. We have been informed by a collector that perhaps 15 of these ingots were reportedly produced. To date, we have documented five examples. Please note these examples are not to be confused with SilverTowne’s current production 5oz Serial Absent ingots that are referenced in the above introductory narrative.||Serial Absent||<15|
|[SilverTowne Hallmark] [5 OZ.] [.999 FINE]||[Serial Number Assignment]||3rd series 5oz ingot produced by SilverTowne. Demonstrates a plain reverse with serial number assignment and is the most narrow of all three series. Estimated serial run of 18000-29999 with a 4,000+ gap of unassigned serial numbers between the approiximate range of 24403 to 28405.||18312|
| ||[SilverTowne Hallmark] [5 OZ.] [.999 FINE]||Cast Finish||3rd series 5oz ingot produced by SilverTowne. Similar to our above example though lacks a serial number assignment.||Serial Absent||<25|
| ||[SilverTowne Hallmark] [Serial Number] [10 OZ.] [.999 FINE]||Cast Finish||1st series 10oz class ingot produced by SilverTowne. Demonstrates a waffle pattern reverse, which varied throughout the production run. Estimated serial run of 00001-65999. Ingot 36275 in photo shows stampings on reverse of bar. This error has been noted in several examples to date.|
Our serial number database has revealed at least one pair of 10oz ingots with identical 04138 serial number assignment, pictured below.
| ||[SilverTowne Hallmark] [10 OZ.] [.999 FINE]||Cast Finish||2nd series 10oz class ingot produced by Jackson Precious Metals for SilverTowne. Serial absent variety and demonstrates a plain reverse.||Serial Absent||<10,000|
| ||[SilverTowne Hallmark] [50 OZ] [Serial Number] [999 FINE]||Cast Finish||1st series 50oz class ingot produced by SilverTowne. Demonstrates a plain reverse and a larger format mould than our 2nd series listed below.||Serial Absent||<250|
| ||[SilverTowne Hallmark] [50 OZ.] [SERIAL NUMBER] [.999 FINE]||Cast Finish||2nd series 50oz class ingot produced by SilverTowne. Demonstrates a waffle pattern reverse. Estimated serial run of 00001-05000.||00072|
|[Custom ‘SilverTowne’ Hallmark] [100 oz.] .999 FS.]||1st series 100oz class ingot produced by SilverTowne. Earliest known variety, observed in serial absent variation.||Serial |
| ||[SilverTowne Hallmark] [100 OZ] [Serial Number] [999 FINE]||Cast Finish||100oz class ingot produced by SilverTowne.||02687|
|Mid Hallmark||[99.9+ FINE SILVER] [Custom ‘SilverTowne’ Hallmark] [100 TR. OZ.] [Serial Number]||100oz class SilverTowne ingot produced by Engelhard. It is of interest to note the casting mould of this variety is identical to the Engelhard 4th series ‘P’ example as demonstrated in the photos presented below. Bar P000285 sold via eBay auction for $3,250.00 on March 19, 2016. Bar P000351 sold privately on January 9, 2017 for $3,750.00.|