A one kilogram bar of fine gold bullion is 32.15 troy ounces and is at least .999 purity. Each gold bar is hallmarked by a leading refiner to certify weight and purity. Gold bullion bars are real, tangible assets, and throughout history, have been an ideal store of value and an excellent hedge against inflation, deflation and political uncertainty. They are extremely liquid investments, easily stored and transported, and can be a uniquely private way to preserve one’s wealth. Call for Pricing.
Accredited as “Good Delivery” by the Swiss National Bank and the London Bullion Market Association, PAMP 24-Karat gold bars contain a purity of 99.99% and have been traded on world investment markets since 1979. Call for Pricing.
Rsbullion sells a variety of one ounce gold bars hallmarked by a world leading refiner such as PAMP, Credit Suisse and the Royal Canadian Mint. Gold bullion bars are extremely liquid investments, easily stored and can be a very private way to preserve one’s wealth. Call for Pricing.
First released by the United States mint in 1986, the gold American Eagle is the first modern bullion coin to be authorized by the United States congress and is backed by the US Mint for its weight, content, and purity. Each gold American Eagle coin contains one troy ounce of pure gold, and has a face value of $50. One-ounce gold American Eagles are sold individually. Call for Pricing.
Canadian Maple Leaf gold coins are known and respected throughout the world because of the impeccable standards of quality mandated by the Royal Canadian Mint. The classic one troy ounce coin carries a face value of 50 Canadian Dollars. Call for Pricing.
Vienna Philharmonic- Produced by the Austrian Mint, the Vienna Philharmonic is made of pure gold, also known as 999.9/1000 or 24 karat gold. It’s fineness and it’s worldwide recognition mean that you can trade these coins for their full gold value wherever bullion coins are sold. Call for Pricing.
The 2013 1 oz. Chinese Gold Panda is struck from a full troy ounce of pure, .999 fine gold, and has a face value of 500 yuan. Since the People’s Republic of China first introduced the Gold Panda in 1983, it has been a favorite of investors within the gold bullion community as well as with collectors. Call for Pricing.