Johnson & Matthey bars were once among the most common in the precious metals industry. After exiting the precious metals industry in 2016 with the sale of its refining facilities and an assayer center in North America. Even though new products from the mint are no longer made, you can still find Gold Johnson Matthey Bars online as Secondary Market products. Right now, 2 oz Gold Johnson Matthey Bars are available to purchase online at Silver.com.
- Ships to you inside of plastic!
- Bars are secondary market products!
- Conditions vary!
- Consists of Two Troy ounces of .9999 fine gold.
- The obverse includes the Johnson Matthey logo.
- On the reverse is the image of the JM logo in a repeating pattern.
- Please keep in mind you may get multiple bars with the same conditions when buying several bars.
Each of the 2 oz Gold Johnson Matthey Bars in this product listing are available to you as a Secondary Market items. A secondary market gold bar is one that was previously owned and could come in a variety of conditions. These gold bars may be in brand-new condition or present with a variety of different flaws and/or imperfections. Silver.com will package the bars inside of plastic bag.
Silver.com offers these 2 oz Gold Johnson Matthey Bars as secondary market bars with the potential for various different conditions. We cannot guarantee the exact condition of any one bar that you purchase. All items are chosen at random once your payment has been processed. If you buy more than one bar, please keep in mind that you could receive multiple bars in the same condition or several bars with varying different conditions.
The obverse side of most 2 oz Gold Johnson Matthey Bars come with the Johnson & Matthey logo. This logo includes the two initials of the company, “JM,” alongside a crossed hammer-and-ax design. Other inscriptions you will find on this side of the bar include the weight, purity, and metal content of the specimen.
On the reverse of the 2 oz Gold Johnson Matthey Bars, you will find the image of the Johnson Matthey logo. This logo is repeated across the reverse of the bar in a repeating pattern with the designs repeating on a 45-degree angle.
Johnson & Matthey is no longer actively involved in the precious metals industry. In 2016, it completed the sale of its precious metals assets in the United States and Canada to Asahi Refining of Tokyo, Japan.
If you have any questions about gold for sale, please contact Silver.com. You can call us on the phone at 888-989-7223, chat with us live online, or email us directly.