There are a lot of options available to investors looking to diversify their portfolios when it comes to precious metals. Gold, silver, and platinum bars are available with simplistic designs and high purity levels, as well as those with intricate designs that are great for investors or collectors. Right now, the 1 Gram Gold Valcambi Bar is available on Silver.com in new condition.
More and more often investors are buying gold in grams to meet their needs because of its divisibility. The gold price per ounce can be divided by 31.1 grams to get price per gram.
- Arrives in a blister-proof package that is sealed to protect the bar.
- Brand-new condition.
- Includes an orange Assay card.
- Consists of One Gram (0.03215 Troy ounces) of .9999 fine gold.
- Obverse bears identifying markers for the bar.
- Reverse includes the refinery’s name.
- Produced privately by Valcambi Suisse.
Gold bars are a reliable addition to any investment portfolio for a variety of reasons. These 1 Gram Gold Valcambi Bars are an affordable option for investors at any wealth level because their light weight means a lower overall cost due to the amount of gold.
Each of these 1 Gram Gold Valcambi Bars is available as a minted ingot. All minted ingots actually start out as a piece in a long cast bar made specifically for the production of minted ingots. That cast bar is fed into a press that stamps out precise smaller bars, each one meeting exacting standards for size, shape, weight, metal content, and purity.
The 1 Gram Gold Valcambi Bar available on Silver.com in this listing is a new product that ships in a blister-proof plastic package. Included in that package is the orange Assay card from Valcambi Suisse that identifies the weight, purity, and metal content of the bar, as well as its individual serial number, for the purposes of verification.
On the obverse of each 1 Gram Gold Valcambi Bar you’ll find the engravings of the Valcambi logo, the bar’s weight, purity, and metal content, as well as the Assayer’s mark and individual serial number. Each bar from Valcambi has a two-letter, six-number serial code.
The reverse side of the gold bars features only the name of the refinery, “Valcambi Suisse,” engraved along the left-hand side of the bar from the lower left to the upper left of the bar.
Valcambi Suisse was founded in 1961 as Valori & Cambi in Balerna, Swizterland. The company was purchased by Credit Suisse in 1968, forming the currently named company of Valcambi Suisse. The original name was combined into Valcambi, with the addition of Suisse as a nod to its then-owners. Credit Suisse has since sold its stake in Valcambi.
If you have any questions, Silver.com associates are here to help. You can reach us on the phone at 888-989-7223, online using our live web chat, and via our email address.