Please keep in mind that multiples of these Geiger Edelmetalle bars originally ship to dealers inside handcrafted wooden boxes. However, the boxes have proven to warp and/or damage easily during shipping. As a result, you may or may not get the original wooden box if you buy multiples of the bars, depending on availability and condition.
European mints are known for producing some of the finest gold bars for sale in the world today. There is a large concentration of mints on the continent producing gold bullion, with many of them located outside of the minting and financial hub of Switzerland. Germany’s Geiger Edelmetalle is an example of a facility with a history that dates back more than 800 years to the early 12th century. Today, 20 Gram Gold Geiger Square Bars are available to you online at Silver.com.
- Available to ship to you inside of protective capsule cards or boxes of 30 bars!
- Issued in the Geiger Original series of square bullion!
- Consists of 20 Grams, .6430 Troy ounces, of .9999 fine gold.
- Schloss Guldengossa on the obverse.
- LEV rhombus on the reverse.
- Additional security features in the design.
- Individually serialized bars.
Geiger Edelmetalle’s square bullion series integrates no less than five important security features in the design and packaging of its bars to ensure the utmost in quality and authenticity for the items you receive. The obverse side of each bar has a pearl finish, while the reverse has a textured high-relief finish and a layer of UV coating only available under black light. The bars have ribbed edges similar to reeded edges of bullion coins. Additionally, the bars in this series up to 100 Grams in weight are all packaged individually whether you buy one bar or several.
All of the 20 Gram Gold Geiger Square Bars in this product listing come to you with a protective capsule card. This card has a capsule in the center to house the gold bar and there is an assay card around the card capsule that includes the name of the mint, the weight of the bar, the purity of the metal, the metal content, and an assayer’s signature. There is also a serial number on the cards.
Schloss Guldengossa is depicted on the obverse side of the 20 Gram Gold Geiger Square Bars. This castle is the modern corporate headquarters for Geiger Edelmetalle. Built in 1720 in a Baroque architectural style, the castle once hosted the likes of composer Johann Sebastian Bach and is the oldest registered facility in the history of Geiger Edelmetalle.
The famous LEV rhombus design is depicted on the reverse of 20 Gram Gold Geiger Square Bars. This image repeats across the reverse of the bars and is the only image on this side along with the serial number for the bar. If you pass a UV light over this face of the bar, you will see a larger LEV rhombus in the center and a reflective blue light over the serial number.
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