Geiger Edelmetalle operates one of the oldest silver trade houses in Germany, tracing its roots back to 1218. The company was established as a mining office for silver and later transitioned to the precious metal trade involving a wide variety of precious metal bars and coin products, minted in fine gold, silver, platinum, and palladium. The company offers a range of sizes and designs, making their products suitable for different investment strategies and budgets.
Geiger Original Series silver bars feature a unique design with a high level of detail and enhanced security features to protect against counterfeiting. The obverse of these bars features the Schloss G¨ldengossa, a 700-year-old German castle, while the reverse has a repeating LEV (short for Leipziger Edelmetallverarbeitung, a Geiger Edelmetalle company) rhombus pattern. The bars are coated with a special UV finish that, when placed under a black light, will show a glowing LEV rhombus and a unique serial number.
Geiger Square Series silver bars are similar to the Original Series but also have a distinctive square shape that has made them a unique collectible investment. These bars carry the same security features as the Original Series and also feature the Schloss G¨ldengossa.
Security Line Series silver bars come in a variety of shapes and sizes that are popular with investors.