1/4 oz Gold Bars (Varied Condition, Any Mint) - Silver.com™
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1/4 oz Gold Bars (Varied Condition, Any Mint)

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If you regularly buy gold bars, you are familiar with the variety of styles, weights, and designs in the market. Gold bars are most popular in 1 oz, 10 oz, and 1 Kilo weights, as well as smaller Gram-based weights, but there are other options. These options include a handful of fractional-ounce gold bars. Now, 1/4 oz Gold Bars in varied conditions are available to you for purchase online at Silver.com.

Bar Highlights:

  • Bars ship to you inside protective plastic sleeves, flips, or shipping boxes!
  • Listed here in varied conditions!
  • Offered from any mint!
  • Consists of One-Quarter Troy ounce of .9999 fine gold.
  • On the obverse and reverse are varying designs.
  • Please remember you could get bars with the same designs, conditions, and mints of origin if you buy more than one.

There are two primary forms in which gold bars are produced. The traditional method consists of creating cast gold bars or hand-poured gold bars. This is how gold and silver bars were produced for thousands of years. The metal is melted down and poured into a prefabricated mold to create a bar with a specific shape and metal content.

A more modern alternative to cast and hand-poured gold bars is the minted ingot. A minted ingot has refined edges and detailed designs on the obverse and reverse fields. Most minted ingots are produced in the same fashion. Long, unrefined cast gold bars are produced that are fed into stamping presses that precision cut shapes for the new individual bars. Then, computer-controlled stamps engrave designs into the obverse and reverse.

On the obverse and reverse fields of the 1/4 oz Gold Bars in this product listing, you will find a wide variety of possible designs. You should note that cast gold bars typically have designs only on the face of the bar that is exposed during the cooling process. Cast gold bars have designs that are stamped into the surface of the bar in an incuse manner, meaning if you run your hands over the bar you wouldn’t feel the inscriptions. Minted ingots, on the other hand, have designs that are engraved onto the surface of the bar with raised reliefs.

These 1/4 oz Gold Bars are available to you in varied conditions from any mint. Silver.com packages the bars appropriately for shipping to ensure the safety of the bars. When, and if, the original packaging is available, you will receive the gold bars in that packaging. We will package all other bars in plastic sleeves, flips, or shipping boxes with protective materials around the bar.

Please remember this is a random listing. We will select your bars at random once your payment has been processed. We cannot accommodate requests for particular bar conditions, types, designs, and mints of origin. If you buy more than one, you may get several bars that all match in design, type, and condition.

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Additional information

Weight 0.25000 oz

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Brand: Varied

Mint: Varied

Condition: Varied

Purity: .999+ Pure Gold

Weight: 1/4 oz

Images shown are examples only. Actual item appearance is subject to change, but will always correlate with title and description.

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