50 Gram Gold Engelhard Bars (Secondary Market) - Silver.com™
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50 Gram Gold Engelhard Bars (Secondary Market)

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As you shop gold bars for sale at Silver.com, you will find there is a wide range of product types, weights, and producers. One of the oldest producers of gold bullion bars is Engelhard, a former Fortune 500 company located in New Jersey that was bought out in 2006. From the 1970s to 2006, Engelhard produced some of the most sought-after gold bullion bars. Investors can still turn to this brand nearly two decades after its closure as Engelhard gold bars still circulate among investors and authorized dealers. Right now, 50 Gram Gold Engelhard Bars are available to purchase online at Silver.com.

Bar Highlights:

  • Ships to you in discreet boxes with protective wrapping materials!
  • Gold cast loaf bars!
  • Consists of 50 Grams, or 1.607 Troy ounces, of .999+ fine gold content.
  • On the obverse side are markings of the company logo, weight, and purity.
  • The reverse field is left blank on purpose.

Each of these 50 Gram Gold Engelhard Bars is available to you with a cast loaf shape and style. Whether you purchase one or several of these bars, all items will ship individually wrapped with protective materials for the shipping process. All gold bars arrive in discreet cardboard boxes.

Engelhard gold bars were produced over the course of several decades from the 1970s until the early 21st century as minted ingots, cast bars, and these poured loaf casts. A loaf cast bar is so-named because of its resemblance to a loaf of bread. Rather than having the sharp, defined rectangular edges of a minted ingot or the flat surfaces of a cast bar, loaf casts have a flat top to the obverse that tapers down to the sides. The reverse is a flat surface with a 90-degree edge. As a result of this production method, you will notice striations in the gold bar on both sides.

On the obverse side of 50 Gram Gold Engelhard Bars, you will find the only markings purposely stamped into the bars. The company logo, consisting of a rectangle with the Engelhard name inside, is featured at the center of the obverse field. Above it, you will find the weight and purity of the gold. Though these bars are listed at 50 Grams, the inscription actually identifies the weight in Troy ounces at 1.607 Troy ounces. It is possible these bars will feature a serial number. If so, it is inscribed beneath the company logo design.

The reverse face of the 50 Gram Gold Bar comes with a blank field. Cast bars are often left with a blank reverse bar, ensuring a more affordable gold piece because production is completed quicker and less effort goes into stamping marks on both sides of the bar.

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Additional information

Weight 1.60754 oz

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Brand: Engelhard

Mint Mark:  Not Shown

Purity: .9999

Manufacturer:  Engelhard

Edge Design:  Smooth

Weight:  1.60750 Troy Ounces

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