All Other Brands (Gold Bars & Rounds)
APMEX has a wide variety of gold products, and this is where you will find unique items. Products in this category include coins, collectibles and sometimes jewelry.
To view available Gold items or to get Gold prices, click on the image representing the item of your interest:
This Beautiful Gold bar is 50 grams of .9999 fine and depicts a rose in bloom.
Emirates is the largest gold refiner and bar manufacturer in the Middle East. Read More
This bar was made by Swiss Bank Corporation, which was a large integrated financial services company located in Switzerland. The obverse of this bar bears the banks name with the iconic logo of the three crossed keys.This stamped .... Read More
Made by the Franklin Mint, this beautiful proof set honors Benjamin Franklin. It contains 1.75 troy ounce of .999 Fine gold. These medals were designed by Kennedy Half Dollar designer and Chief Engraver of the US .... Read More
These coins commemorate George Drouillard, who was the interpreter for the Lewis and Clark Expedition, and was one half Shawnee. The seal of the So.... Read More
This is a $50 Kellogg & Co. Commemorative Restrike by the California Historical Society, containing 1309 Grains of .887 fine Gold. This commemorative restrike was struck from the original 1855 dies engraved by Ferdinan.... Read More
This was privately struck in 2008 to the commemorate $50.00 Gold Octagonal Slug of 1852 and is 2.5 oz Troy 999.9 Thous. Fine Certified Pure California Gold. The obverse of this $50.00 slug G.... Read More
This style of 100 gram .9999 fine Gold bar is no longer being produced by Degussa and is highly sought after and typically don’t last long. Degussa is an acronym of Deutsche Gold-und-Silber-Scheide-Anst.... Read More
This 10 oz Loaf-style Gold bar was made by Academy, which is no longer in business.This style of bar is highly sought after by collectors and are not often avalible. This bar comes to you with the purity .999+ fine and .... Read More
Made by The Australian Bullion Company (ABC) Established in 1972, ABC is the oldest privately run precious metals company Australia.