Highly anticipated by investors since our GSC Tradeshow 2016, TianXinYang Silver Bars have reached our stores.
Introducing our newest sought-after additions to our Silver Bullion Collection from TianXinYang, a member of the London Bullion Market Association (LBMA). Beautifully polished, this GST-Exempted 100gram Silver Minted Bars are in the LBMA Good Delivery List.
Notably, they are a popular choice among investors due to their extremely competitive premiums at only S$4.20 per troy ounce, which makes them a prime customer product choice.
Each piece of silver bar comes encased in a rectangular sturdy hard plastic case, which is then protected further with a thick plastic sheet that has all sides sealed completely.
All TianXinYang 100gram Minted Silver Bars have their own individual serial number that skips the specific number 4. In Chinese culture, the number 4 is omitted due to the inauspicious （不利）associations to similar mandarin phrases.
On the front of the bar, the main base is a glossy finish with a texture matt finishing contrast for the details on the bar. Their signature 贵 (“gui”) character is translated to the meaning, precious, is featured on the top half of the bar. the other description located on the bottom half of the bar indicates the word “Fine Silver”, the weight “100gram”, the Purity “Ag .9999” and ends off with the serial number.
On the back of the bar, the main base is of the opposite composition; a matt base finishing with a glossy texture for details on the bar. For the design, the mandarin character “銀”is dominantly featured in the middle of the bar. Chinese inscriptions on Silver are carved around the main character bordered with an oriental motif.
Bars from TianXinYang (Singapore) are minted by Sichuan Tianze Precious Metals Co. Refinery. Their bars are in the LBMA Good Delivery List.
Sichuan Tianze has satisfied the LBMA as to its ownership, history, production capability and financial standing. It has also passed the LBMA’s exhaustive testing procedures, under which its gold and silver bars were examined and assayed by independent referees, and its own assaying capabilities were tested.