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1 Kilo Gold Asahi Bars (New)

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Gold bars are the most popular form of gold for sale in the world. The history of gold bars as a store of wealth dates back thousands of years in human civilization, with nations around the world today still holding gold bars as a means of providing financial reserves to government entities and national economies. Cast gold bars in the modern era represent a lifeline to the ancient world in form and design. Now, 1 Kilo Gold Asahi Bars are available to you for purchase online at Silver.com.

Bar Highlights:

  • Bar ships to you in a shipping box with protective packaging materials!
  • Available from Asahi Refining in brand-new condition!
  • Consists of One Kilogram, or 32.15 Troy ounces, of .9999 fine gold.
  • The obverse bears images of the mint logo with identifying markers.
  • Blank reverse field.
  • Individual serial numbers.

The very first bars ever refined by human civilizations were simple products meant solely to offer a means of storing wealth in gold. Gold was melted down into shapes for easier storage, transport, and use in transactions. Long before stamping presses and computer-controlled engraving machines, humans were making gold bars in rough shapes with markers stamped into the surface.

Today, you can still find gold bars for sale that are refined in this manner. While minted ingots, a popular modern form of gold bullion bars, feature intricate designs and sharp, detailed shapes, cast bars remain a simpler option. A cast gold bar maintains a lot of appeal among investors because the simpler process often results in lower premiums compared to minted ingots, and makes for the ideal stackable, storable form of gold.

The obverse face of these 1 Kilo Gold Asahi Bars includes the only markings you will find on the specimens. The Asahi Refining logo is featured at the top of the bar, with the full company name inscribed below that. The center of the design field is blank, with the weight, metal content, and purity featured below. At the very bottom, you will notice an individual serial number assigned to this bar. The reverse field of the bar has been left blank by Asahi Refining.

Based out of Tokyo, Japan, Asahi Refining has a history that dates back over 200 years in the refining industry. Its modern operations consist of three refining facilities on three different continents and a global footprint that includes locations outside of Japan in Santiago, Chile, Mexico City, Mexico, Toronto, Canada, Salt Lake City, Utah, and Miami, Florida.

These 1 Kilo Gold Asahi Bars are available to you for purchase in brand-new condition. The bars will ship in a standard shipping box with protective packaging materials around the bar to secure it for shipping.

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Additional information

Weight 32.14800 oz

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Brand: Asahi

Mint: Asahi Refining

Purity: .9999 Pure Gold

Weight: 32.15 Troy Ounes

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