Silver bars are produced to specific standards and are marked on the bar thus a silver bar should have stamp on it, the amount of silver content, the degree of fineness which should be 999.0 or more, and the name of the mint in which it was struck. 100-oz silver bullion bars are often called investment bars. The most popular silver bars are Johnson-Matthey and Engelhard which are only available when other investors decide to sell since they have not been mass-produced since the mid-1980s.
Buying Option #1: Find a Local Gold Silver Dealer and buy the physical products at the store. Store it at home or in a bank's safety deposit box.
Buying Option #2: Buy online from reputable dealers online and have the products delivered to you. Some of the well-known dealers:
Buying Option #3: Buy online from credible dealers and store your gold or silver at a remote vault/storage place such as BullionVault.