As investors look for the right products to add to a precious metals investment portfolio, gold bars are often viewed as the top preference. The increasing availability of gold products and the long-term value they hold makes gold bars an attractive choice for most investors. The 10 oz Gold Valcambi Bar is available now on Silver.com in new condition.
- Ships to you in a blister-proof package with Assay card included.
- Available in new condition.
- Consists of Ten Troy ounces of .9999 fine gold.
- Obverse includes the identifying characteristics of the bar.
- Reverse bears the refinery name.
- Produced by Valcambi Suisse.
There are a number of popular products available in the precious metals marketplace, but 1 oz, 10 oz, and 1 Kilogram gold bars are among the most sought after on a regular basis. The 10 oz Gold Valcambi Bar is popular because it offers good value for its size, but also isn’t too big to either easily transport or sell piecemeal over time as needed by an investor.
Each of the 10 oz Gold Valcambi Bars in this product listing from Silver.com is a minted ingot. All minted ingot products start out as bulk cast bars that are sent through press machines that precisely stamp out exacting gold bars that each match one another.
All 10 oz Gold Valcambi Bars ship from Valcambi Suisse in blister-proof plastic packaging that is sealed to protect the bar and showcase any signs of tampering that might occur after the product leaves the refinery.
The obverse of each gold bar features the Valcambi mint logo at the top, along with the weight, purity, and metal content of the bar below. Along the bottom are an Assayer’s mark and the individual serial number.
On the reverse is the Valcambi Suisse corporate name, arranged vertically from the lower left to the upper left of the bar. Valcambi Suisse serial numbers for these bars feature two letters followed by six numbers and those figures are also found on the orange assay card included in your blister-proof packaging.
Valcambi Suisse is a privately owned refinery located in Balerna, Switzerland. The company originated as Valori & Cambi in 1961, and was acquired by Credit Suisse in 1968 to form Valcambi Suisse. Though Credit Suisse has since sold its stake, the Valcambi Suisse name lives on as one of the most recognizable in the precious metals industry.
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