Gold buyers have often lacked one of the choices which silver buyers find readily available: rounds. While silver bullion is routinely issued as silver coins, silver bars, and silver rounds for sale, gold has traditionally been available predominantly in gold coin and gold bar form only. Increasingly though, gold rounds are issued as another option for investors and collectors alike. Today, 1/2 oz Gold Rounds are available to you online at Silver.com from various mints.
- Ships to you inside of protective packaging!
- Issued by numerous mints and refineries around the globe!
- Consists of One-Half Troy ounce of .999 or .9999 fine gold.
- The obverse and reverse designs of the rounds are set by the issuing mint.
Gold is a proven means of investment for those wishing to protect hard-earned wealth, and it is also a favorite of precious metal collectors. Few can ignore the allure of the vibrant yellow metal, and now the growing number of gold rounds available for sale offer numismatists another great choice.
All of the 1/2 oz Gold Rounds in this product listing at Silver.com come with a protective packaging. We cannot guarantee the specific gold round you’ll receive with your purchase today. Our warehouse team will select 1/2 oz Gold Rounds at random once your payment has processed. Those 1/2 oz Gold Rounds will then be packaged and shipped to you. We do guarantee that each round has a minimum content of .999 pure gold.
The obverse and reverse designs of gold rounds available in our collection at the moment varies. Each of the 1/2 oz Gold Rounds available to purchase in this listing features unique designs on the obverse and reverse chosen by the mint or refinery in charge of production. Possible design elements range from simple company logos and markings of the weight, purity, and metal content, to more ornate designs that include historical figures, places, or even mythical beings.
1/2 oz Gold Rounds are issued by a variety of mints and refineries. The idea is to offer gold buyers another option beyond gold coins and gold bars, both of which have drawbacks that some buyers might not prefer to deal with. For example, gold bullion coins often have higher premiums over the spot price of gold and come with limited mintage figures. Alternatively, gold bars have affordable prices similar to that of 1/2 oz Gold Rounds, but might not be as easy to store as these small, simple rounds.
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