1/2 oz Gold Scotiabank Rounds (Secondary Market) - Silver.com™
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1/2 oz Gold Scotiabank Rounds (Secondary Market)

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Those buying gold online have a lot of options to choose from across various product styles. Gold bullion bars in the form of large cast gold and smaller minted gold are incredibly popular, while gold bullion coins in 1 oz and smaller weights offer both investment-grade quality and beautiful designs. Gold rounds are a great alternative that brings pricing similar to gold bars with visuals similar to gold coins. Right now, 1/2 oz Gold Scotiabank Rounds are available to purchase online at Silver.com.

Round Highlights:

  • Ships to you in protective blisterpacks!
  • Struck in Switzerland!
  • Issued with Scotiabank branding!
  • Consists of One-Half Troy ounce of .9999 fine gold.
  • Obverse and reverse designs are similar with variations in the inscriptions on each side.

Each 1/2 oz Gold Scotiabank Round listed here is secondary market from Valcambi Suisse. After the mint struck the rounds, each one was packaged inside of an individual, protective blisterpack. The blisterpacks are designed to protect the round from any contact damage, dings, scratches, and other issues. Each blisterpack comes with an individual assay card as well to validate the weight, purity, and metal content of the gold round inside. Secondary Market items may come with detractions or wear and tear from previous handling.

Gold rounds are an affordable option that offers different weights than gold bars and a different status than gold coins. Gold bullion coins and gold bullion rounds look similar in appearance as small, round pieces. However, gold coins have legal tender status while gold rounds do not. Gold rounds are more commonly issued with fractional-ounce weights similar to their gold coin counterparts, offering different weights when compared with the traditional use of Grams when producing smaller gold bullion bars.

Obverse designs on the 1/2 oz Gold Scotiabank Rounds include the logo of the multinational Canadian bank. Scotiabank is said to have the broadest international presence of any major Canadian bank. As such, its logo reflects its global reach. The Scotiabank logo consists of a stylized “S” with swooping arms and a globe at the center. Inscriptions along the design rim identify the bank and the purity of the rounds. You will also notice an assayer’s mark on this face of the rounds.

Reverse elements in the 1/2 oz Gold Rounds include the Scotiabank logo again at the center of the design field. The inscriptions around the design rim on this side are slightly different. Again, the purity is noted here, but takes on two different inscriptions of “24 Karat” and “999,9.” The name of the bank is replaced on this side by the name of the mint behind the rounds, Valcambi Suisse.

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Additional information

Weight 0.50000 oz

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Brand: Valcambi

Mint Mark:  Not Shown

Purity:  .9999

Manufacturer:  Valcambi

Thickness:  2 mm

Diameter:  25 mm

Condition: Secondary Market

Edge Design:  Round

Packaging Type:  Assay

Weight:  .5 Troy Ounce

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