1 Kilo Gold Credit Suisse Bars (New w/ Assay) - Silver.comâ„¢
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1 Kilo Gold Credit Suisse Bars (New w/ Assay)

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Any quantity available for $48.10 per oz over spot!

When it comes to gold bars for sale, there is a wide range of weights available. While these options run the gamut from 1 Gram and 5 Gram options up to 1 Kilogram and 5 Kilogram choices, there are some weights that are more popular others. Among the most popular gold weights is the 1 Kilogram bar. Now, 1 Kilo Gold Credit Suisse Bars are available to you for purchase online at Silver.com.

Bar Highlights:

  • Bars ship to you in standard shipping boxes with protective materials and an included assay card!
  • Impressive cast gold bars!
  • Assigned individual serial numbers!
  • Consists of One Kilogram, or 32.15 Troy ounces, of .9999 fine gold.
  • The obverse features the Credit Suisse logo with identifying hallmarks.
  • On the reverse is a blank field.

Cast gold bars are a popular option among investors. Although cast gold bars are made through a simpler process than minted ingots, there is also less automation in the process than that of the process for refining minted ingots. As such, it can often take longer to produce a cast gold bar from start to finish.

One of the most visible differences between cast bars and minted ingots is the finished look of the piece. Cast gold bars often have rustic, traditional appearances with rounded edges, matte visuals, natural textures and striations, and incuse-struck inscriptions. An incuse strike means the inscriptions are stamped into the surface of the bar.

The obverse of these 1 Kilo Gold Credit Suisse Bars comes with an image of the Credit Suisse logo. The simplistic logo of the mint is set at the top of the design element, with all other hallmarks struck down the surface of the bar vertically. This includes the weight, metal content, and purity at the center. An assayer’s mark is featured near the bottom, with the unique serial number etched at the very bottom of the design field. The serial numbers use a two-letter, five-number system.

On the reverse of 1 Kilo Gold Bars from Credit Suisse, you will find a blank field. This is common among cast gold bars. While there are no intricate designs, you will typically notice striations, textures, and other natural lines that form as the gold cools and settles during the production process.

These 1 Kilo Gold Credit Suisse Bars are available to you for purchase with an assay card. The assay card arrives in a bag inside of the shipping box, with the bar simply packaged with protective packaging materials around it to protect the bar during shipping.

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Additional information

Weight 32.15000 oz

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Brand: Credit Suisse

Mint Mark: Not Shown

Purity: .9999

Manufacturer: Credit Suisse

Condition: New

Edge Design: Smooth

Packaging Type: Sealed Plastic

Weight: 32.15 Troy Ounces

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