There are many options available to the modern precious metals investor looking to secure a portion of their wealth against the ebb and flow of economic marketplaces. Gold and silver coins enjoy rising prominence among those who favor safe-haven metals, but many investors still prefer to buy gold bars online when turning to precious metals. The 1 Kilo Gold RCM Bar is now available to you for purchase online at Silver.com.
- Ships to you sealed inside of protective plastic with a box, or the option for multiples of three shipped in larger, sealed boxes.
- Prominent product lineup from the Royal Canadian Mint!
- Consists of One Kilogram, or 32.15 Troy ounces, of .9999 fine gold.
- Obverse bears engravings of the mint logo, weight, purity, metal content, and serial number.
- Reverse is left blank.
- Suitable for use in Precious Metal IRAs.
Investors shopping gold are bound to find three common sizes available in the market: 1 oz, 10 oz, and 1 Kilo. The 1 oz bar is particularly popular in gold because of the often higher prices for gold, as well as the ability to more easily stack, store, and move these lighter weight bars. However, 10 oz bars enjoy their own following for a smart combination of an affordable gold price per ounce and easy movement or storage.
1 Kilo Gold RCM Bars remain popular, even with their larger weight, for one primary reason: cost. Purchasing 1 Kilo gold bars is ideal because the premiums over the spot price often breakdown to provide buyers with the best price per ounce compared to its smaller compatriots. When it comes to gold, Royal Canadian Mint gold is among the best.
Each 1 Kilo Gold RCM Bar features .9999 fine gold content, and is individually serialized by the Royal Canadian Mint for greater security and authentication. Your bars are shipped inside of protective plastic and cardboard boxes for individual pieces, with multiples of three typically available in larger, sealed boxes.
The obverse of all 1 Kilo Gold RCM Bars feature engravings arranged vertically from the top of the bar to the bottom. The bars feature the Royal Canadian Mint logo at the top, which includes a sugar maple leaf in the center and the engravings of “Royal Canadian Mint” in English above the leaf, while “Monnaie Royale Canadienne” in French is featured below.
At the bottom of the obverse design field you’ll find the weight, purity, and metal content of the bar. Additionally there is an individual serial number on this side. There are no markings or engravings of any kind on the reverse.
Founded in 1908 in Ottawa, today the Royal Canadian Mint is the official sovereign mint of Canada. It now consists of two separate facilities. The Winnipeg location handles all sovereign currency production, while the Ottawa location does all bullion and commemorative coining.
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