These are now sold out at the mint, no more are being produced as Johnson Matthey’s refining business has been sold.
Mankind has lusted after gold since it was first discovered by human beings. It has been used for currency, jewelry, and decorative purposes. Today, gold is used by investors looking to protect their wealth from volatile markets by investing in precious metal products that offer just that. The 10 oz Johnson Matthey gold bar is one of the most popular gold bullion products in the world. Featuring a simplistic design and a low premium, Johnson Matthey gold bars are highly sought after in all corners of the globe.
- Contains 10 oz of .9999 pure gold.
- Minted by Johnson Matthey.
- Features a breakaway design that allows you to easily divide precious metals without hurting the value of the metal.
- No longer being made, so buy them now!
Johnson Matthey gold bars are unique compared to those of its competitors. The gold bars produced by many refineries around the world have refined edges and fancy designs. At Johnson Matthey, the focus is simply to create a basic looking bullion product that offer investors good value.
Each Johnson Matthey gold bar features engravings on the front side of the bar only, with a rough finish on the back and uneven, round edges. Don’t be fooled though. The 10 oz Johnson Matthey gold bar might lack the sophisticated finish of other bullion products, but it contains the same .9999 pure gold that investors are always looking for.
As mentioned, Johnson Matthey gold bars only have engravings on the front side of the bar. At the top of the bar is the circular logo and company name for the mint. Inside the logo is an engraving indicating the purity of each bar. At the bottom of every bar is the engraving indicating the weight.
Johnson Matthey is a British multinational corporation with roots that stretch back to 1817. Percival Norton Johnson established a business in London that year as a gold assayer. He was joined in 1851 by George Matthey, and the company name was officially changed to Johnson & Matthey. Just one year later, the firm was appointed as an Official Assayer & Refiner by the Bank of England. Today, the company works in chemical processing and manufacturing, as well as precious metal refining. It maintains its headquarters in London to this day.
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