There are many options available to those who buy gold bars from authorized dealers. Mints both large and small, sovereign and private, produce gold bars for investors. These gold bars range from cast and hand-poured specimens to highly-refined minted ingots. Argor-Heraeus is world-renowned as one of the finest refiners of gold and silver bullion in the world. Right now, 1 Kilo Gold Argor-Heraeus Bars are available to purchase online at Silver.com.
- Ships to you inside of a protective plastic bag with an included assay card!
- Stunning cast gold!
- Unique serial numbers!
- Consists of One Kilo, or 32.15 Troy ounces, of .9999 fine silver.
- On the obverse are identifying markings.
- The reverse field is blank.
Each 1 Kilo Gold Argor-Heraeus Bar is available to you for purchase today with a protective plastic bag for shipping and an assay card. The assay features authenticating information from Argor-Heraeus that validates the weight, purity, and metal content of the bar. You will also find the signature of the assayer and the unique serial number reflected on this face of the bar.
Cast gold bars such as these represent one of the oldest means of refining gold and storing wealth in the popular precious metal. Cast gold bars are produced by melting gold and pouring it into molds. From here, each mint has its own approach to finishing off the bar for a distinctive look and quality that investors can trust.
On the obverse side of 1 Kilo Gold Argor Heraeus Bars is a depiction of the mint logo with the weight, purity, and metal content of the bar include. The bar’s designs are arranged vertically from a visual standpoint up and down the bar. The Argor-Heraeus mint logo is featured at the top with the nation of issue inscribed below that. In the center of the bar are the markings of the weight, metal content, and purity. The bottom inscriptions on the bar include the stamped mark of a certified assayer with an individual serial number at the very bottom.
The bars in this listing are available with inscriptions that are stamped into the surface of the bar rather than engraved onto the surface. This means that if you run your hand over the design elements, you are going to feel only the flat surface of the bar. This is known as an incuse strike. The reverse side of the bars remains blank for this product lineup.
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