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These 25 coin capacity, Engelhard Medallion Tubes fit Most 1 Ounce Rounds and Medallions but are meant to store 25 - 1 ounce Silver Prospectors. Scarce in any quantity, these tubes are perfect for those who appreciate Engelhard consumer silver products.
These Tubes will not contain any Coins upon arrival! Please note, most Engelhard tubes were produced in the 1980s or earlier. These tubes are second hand and a majority show signs of wear and use.
Able to hold 25 coins per container, the Engelhard Silver Prospector Tube is designed to hold most one ounce rounds and medallions.
Storing your prized bullion in plastic casing has proven to be an effective storage method in comparison to paper or cardboard alternatives. Paper and cardboard methods are not only bulky and awkward, but they tend to disintegrate over time, allowing contaminants to erode your bullion.
Plastic tubes resist erosion, keeping your precious metals safe from harmful external factors.
Invest in safe storage for your precious metals. Use our secure online ordering system today.
Founded in 1902 by Charles Engelhard, Sr., the Engelhard Corporation has been working with precious metals since the turn of the twentieth century.
By mid-century, the company began producing its own gold, silver and palladium bars, which have earned a renowned reputation worldwide.
In the early 1980s, Engelhard began to manufacture bullion rounds to go along with its precious metal bars. In 2006, the company was purchased by BASF Chemical Company for $5 billion.