When it comes to safe-have precious metals, there is no product more valuable and sought after than a gold bar. A means of protecting both personal and national wealth for thousands of years, gold bars remain popular as an alternative to market investments and fiat currency. Today, the Valcambi Gold Bar is available for purchase.
- Ships in a plastic package with blister-proof technology and Assay card.
- Contains 50 Grams (1.60754 Troy oz) of .9999 pure gold.
- Brand-new condition.
- Obverse bears the engravings of identifying markers.
- Reverse includes only the refinery name.
- Produced by Valcambi Suisse.
Each of these Valcambi Gold Bars are minted ingots refined by Valcambi Suisse. Minted ingots are manufactured using mass production processes, which results in the production of multiple bars that all meet exacting standards.
Minted ingots start as cast bars that are long and flat, and when fed into a press are struck with the exact same dimensions, purity, weight, and characteristics as one another. These Valcambi Gold Bars are available to you today in brand-new condition, and include an Assay card.
That Assay card is included inside the blister-proof packaging of your bar, and will feature the Valcambi Suisse name on one side of the card. The other side of these orange cards provides the weight, purity, and metal content of the bar along with the individual serial number of the bar.
On the obverse of yom Valcambi Gold Bar is the Valcambi Suisse logo, along with engravings of the weight, purity, metal content, and individual serial number of the bar. These bars have a two-letter, six-number serial coding and an Assayer’s mark to validate your products.
The reverse of the gold bars from Valcambi Suisse includes only the full name of the refinery. Each of these minted ingots has a rectangular shape overall, with rounded corners and raised edges around the outside of the bar.
Founded in 1961 as Valori & Cambi, Valcambi Suisse has undergone a lot of changes in its history. A merger with Credit Suisse in 1968 created the modern Valcambi Suisse name, and subsequent purchases of the company have increased its profile on the international stage.