Gold bullion products are the hottest commodity in the precious metal industry right now. Long used to protect personal wealth and secure national funds, while backing the currency of nations around the globe, gold remains a popular outlet as a safe-haven metal for private investors everywhere. The 1 oz Gold Engelhard Bar is available to you today online at Silver.com.
- May or may not ship with original Assay.
- Consists of One Troy ounce of .9999 fine gold.
- Obverse features mint design and identifying marks.
- Reverse bears a repeating pattern with mint name.
- Eligible for Precious Metals IRA.
Poor economic performance in the global marketplace in the 21st century, combined with lower silver prices, helped push the popularity of precious metal products forward. Among the most important products available today are gold bars.
Modern gold bars are minted in a variety of finishes and designs, with many private mints across the US and around the world striking bullion bars with corporate-branded designs. Engelhard Corporation has a long tradition of minting some of the best gold bars available.
When it comes to the purchase of gold bars, 1 oz and 10 oz bars are particularly popular. The 10 oz Engelhard Gold Bar is preferred by many because of the affordable price-per-ounce for gold and the lighter weight. The latter factor is preferred by those who are looking for easier storage and transport, as well as easier resale.
The obverse face of all these 1 oz Gold Engelhard Bars includes the image of the Engelhard mint logo. The refinery’s logo includes a stylistic image of the globe, with longitude and latitude lines, and a giant “E” in the center of the design. Below it are engravings of the weight, metal content, and purity of the bar, as well as the name “Engelhard.” At the very bottom of the design is the individual serial number of the bar.
On the reverse of these gold bars you’ll find a simple repeating logo. The same elongated octagon featured on the obverse with the refinery name in it is used again on this side, with the word “Engelhard” set on a 45-degree angle and repeated across the reverse face of the bar.
Engelhard Corporation was formed in 1902 when Charles Engelhard Sr. purchased a local precious metal refining and smelting business in Newark, New Jersey. Today the company is located in Iselin, New Jersey, and was purchased in 2006 by a German corporation for $5 billion. Among the accolades of the company, it is credited with developing the first production catalytic convertor in the world, which can now be found in all modern automobiles.
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