Gold is arguably the most coveted precious metal in the world. The beautiful yellow metal is a first-choice purchase among those buying gold due to its impressive ability to protect wealth in good times and bad against fluctuating stock markets. Geiger Edelmetalle understands the demand for gold and refines some of the most stunning products in the industry. Today, 1 oz Gold Geiger Square Bars are available to you online at Silver.com.
- Shipped to you inside of a plastic security capsule with Certificate of Authenticity.
- Part of a new line of square bullion bars!
- Consists of One Troy ounce of .9999 fine gold.
- Obverse depicts the castle Schloss Guldengossa.
- Reverse includes the repeating image of the “LEV” rhombus.
- Newest security features from Geiger Edelmetalle!
Geiger Edelmetalle brings more than 800 years of experience refining precious metal products to bear in this new product lineup. The Geiger Square Bars are available in both 1 oz silver and 1 oz gold, with each one featuring new security elements that make them some of the most secure investments out there today.
The special security features of the 1 oz Gold Geiger Square Bar exist in visible forms and one important invisible form as well. The bars are shipped to you in plastic security capsules that are so secure, the only way to open them at all is to destroy them, meaning it is almost impossible to receive a forged one on the secondary market or one that was tampered with in shipping without knowing.
Additionally, each Gold Geiger Square Bar has raised, ribbed edges similar to a bullion coin. The product has structured reverse fields with a high relief mintage and pearl finish on the surface. All of these elements are meant to make the bars more difficult to forge. Most importantly, on the reverse you will find a UV-coating that illuminates a blue “LEV” rhombus when held under a black light.
On the obverse of the 1 oz Gold Geiger Square Bar is the image of Schloss Guldengossa. The headquarters of Geiger Edelmetalle and its first registered office space, the castle was constructed outside of Leipzig, Germany in 1720. Engravings include the company name, the castle name, and the weight, purity, and metal content of the bar.
The reverse of the Geiger Square Bars features the repeating pattern of an “LEV” rhombus. Each individual bar has its own unique serial number that consists of a one-letter, seven-digit code for added security.
Geiger Edelmetalle traces its roots back to 1218 and the start of the silver mining boom in the Saxony region of Germany. Today, it is a family-owned refinery that is among the world’s finest.
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