10 Gram Gold Credit Suisse Bars - Silver.com™
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10 Gram Gold Credit Suisse Bars (New w/ Assay)

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Among the gold bars for sale online today, minted ingots are a popular choice. While you can find these products available from a wide range of mints, Credit Suisse is one of the most popular brands in the market. With a history that spans more than 160 years, the Credit Suisse name is a trusted brand. Today, 10 Gram Gold Credit Suisse Bars are available to you online at Silver.com.

Bar Highlights:

  • Available to ship to you in protective blisterpacks, boxes of 25, or larger boxes of 100!
  • Features an assay card!
  • Assigned individual serial numbers!
  • Produced in Switzerland!
  • Consists of Ten Grams, or .3215 Troy ounce, of .9999 fine gold.
  • The obverse features the Credit Suisse logo with the identifying hallmarks of the bar.
  • On the reverse is a repeating pattern with the mint logo.

When it comes to the gold bar market, there are two dominant options for investors and collectors. Minted ingots such as these are highly-refined pieces that have been cut from long cast gold bars, stamped into precise shapes, and machine-engraved or stamped with designs. Simpler cast gold bars are often poured into molds, allowed to cool and solidify, and then stamped with markings.

All of these 10 Gram Gold Credit Suisse Bars are available to purchase today in new condition from the mint. The bars are offered individually in protective blisterpacks that include an assay card. Like a Certificate of Authenticity for a coin, an assay offers authentication details for the piece that match the weight, purity, and metal content listed on the bar. Multiples are packaged in two types of boxes. Multiples of 25 come in a small box. There is also a larger box of 100 bars that holds four of the 25-bar boxes.

The obverse of 10 Gram Gold Credit Suisse Bars comes with a variety of markings. All of the inscriptions on this face are arranged vertically down the bar, starting with the Credit Suisse logo at the top. Beneath this, you will find the weight, metal content, and purity. A certified assayer’s stamp is also found on this field of the bars.

On the reverse side of the 10 Gram Gold Credit Suisse Bar is a repeating pattern. This pattern consists of smaller versions of the Credit Suisse logo. Each one is set at a 45-degree angle and repeats across the field of the bar multiple times.

Founded in 1856, the original purpose of Credit Suisse was to help fund the construction of Switzerland’s national railway system. Today it is a global investment and financial services firm with branches in all the world’s major financial centers.

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Weight 0.32150 oz

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Brand: Credit Suisse

Mint Mark: Not Shown

Purity: .9999

Manufacturer: Credit Suisse

Condition: New

Edge Design: Smooth

Packaging Type: Assay

Weight: .3215 Troy Ounce

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