When it comes time to buy gold bars online, you will find that your options are quite diverse. Most gold bars are made as minted ingots or cast gold bars, with 1 oz gold bars forming the backbone of gold bullion offerings in this range. The Perth Mint not only offers gold bullion coins, but it also offers minted ingots and cast gold bars. Right now, 1 oz Gold Perth Mint Cast Bars are available to purchase online at Silver.com.
- Ships to you in an individual plastic flip!
- Simple 1 oz cast gold bar from the Perth Mint!
- Consists of One Troy ounce of .9999 fine gold.
- The obverse features the Perth Mint logo.
- On the reverse are the details of the gold bar.
- Suitable for Precious Metals IRAs.
Each 1 oz Gold Perth Mint Cast Bar available in this Silver.com listing comes with individual packaging. These 1 oz cast gold bars will arrive with individual plastic flips. The bars are produced by the Perth Mint using traditional cast methods. The result is a bar with a rugged appeal to investors.
Cast gold bars often take a rectangular, loaf-like shape. Many cast gold bar molds are produced with a slight dip at the bottom that results in a slightly curved obverse surface and rounded edges. It should be noted that this does not apply to all types of gold bars available in a cast format. The Perth Mint’s 1 oz cast gold bar is unique in its use of a square format, though it still maintains features like a slight dome to the obverse and rounded corners.
The obverse of the 1 oz Gold Perth Mint Cast Bar features the Perth Mint logo. The famous logo for the Perth Mint is that of an elegant swan with its long plumage sweeping up from behind it figure to the top of its graceful head. The image of the swan is at the center of a circular seal that includes the name of the mint and the nation in which it is located.
On the reverse of 1 oz Gold Cast Bars from the Perth Mint is another circular seal. This seal is much simpler in nature and focuses on providing the identifying features of the bar. This includes the name of the mint, the weight of the bar, and the purity of the gold.
The Perth Mint was founded in 1899 as a Royal Mint branch facility. In 1965, the Royal Australian Mint was formed as the sovereign mint of an independent Commonwealth of Australia. The Currency Act of 1965 that established the Royal Australian Mint codified the status of Perth Mint bullion coinage as legal tender in the nation.
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