Argor Heraeus is one of the leading precious metals refineries in the world. Its gold bars are among the finest minted ingots available to investors and come with Assay information. Most of the gold bars from Argor Heraeus feature the company logo with a blank reverse field. Right now, 1 oz Gold Argor Heraeus Bars are available to purchase online at Silver.com.
- Ships inside of a sealed card or in a box of 25 bars!
- Includes the assay information and signature of a certified assayer!
- Consists of One Troy ounce of .9999 fine gold.
- Obverse features the refinery logo and identifying inscriptions.
- Reverse field is blank.
- IRA eligible gold bars.
Each of the 1 oz Gold Argor Heraeus Bars in this product listing is in brand-new condition. After production, the bars are sealed inside of protective cards that include the assay information on the included label. Also featured on the assay label is the signature of the certified assayer.
Gold bars are commonly produced in one of two options. These styles include minted ingots and hand-poured specimens. The 1 oz Gold Argor Heraeus Bars in this listing are minted ingots. These products started out as hand-poured gold bars that were fed into a stamping machine that precisely stamped out 1 oz gold minted ingots. The precisely cut bars then have designs engraved on the surfaces through the assistance of computer-controlled engraving machines.
On the obverse face of 1 oz Gold Argor Heraeus Bars are numerous design elements. Arranged vertically down the face of the bar, these include the Argor Heraeus logo at the top of the design field. The refinery’s design includes and “AH” in a central circle with a border design element around that which reads “Argor Heraeus SA.” Additional inscriptions on this face include “Switzerland,” “1 Ounce Fine Gold 9999.” At the bottom is the stamp of the certified assayer.
The reverse side of the 1 oz Gold Argor Heraeus Bars features a blank design field. These gold bars for sale come with assay information on the label inside of the protective card. The obverse of the assay card includes a six-digit numeric serial number. The reverse of the card includes the weight, fineness, and metal content of the bar, along with the assayer’s signature.
Argor Heraeus was founded in Chiasso, Switzerland, in 1952. Originally established as Argor SA, the 1986 merger of Argor SA and the German Heraeus Group helped form the modern refinery as it exists today.
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