As low as $17.99 per oz over spot!
This listing is an excellent way to efficiently add .9999 fine Gold to your growing investment. These 1 oz bars allow investors to diversify and expand among various brands and manufacturers of Gold bars.
- Contains 1 oz of .9999 fine Gold.
- Individual bars are presented in a sealed protective assay package.
- Obverse: Varies depending on the bar you receive.
- Reverse: Varies depending on the bar you receive.
- The accompanying assay card lists the weight and authentication of the bar by the assayer.
1 oz Gold bars are an easy way to invest in Precious Metals. Add these high quality Gold bars to your portfolio today!
The 1 oz Gold bar you receive will be of our choosing, limited to stock on hand, and may or may not match the above images.
The History of the 1 oz Gold Bar
Gold, as found in a 1 oz Gold bar and Gold coins, has been a highly valued and sought after Precious Metal since ancient times. The earliest Gold bar was called an ingot, which was made by pouring molten Gold into molds which were most likely made from clay. Gold, including Gold bullion, has been used throughout the world as money and for indirect exchange instead of barter. 18th century literature referred to Gold bars, but not surprisingly, it did not reference a 1 ounce Gold bar, as Gold was poured and the weights and purity were variable at that time.
Why invest in a 1 oz Gold bar?
Gold bar purchase is an efficient way to add Gold to your holdings, as the Gold bar price is not significantly higher than the Gold spot price. Gold bullion bars appeal to investors who are not interested in having Gold coins with numismatic or collector’s value. Adding the .9999 fine 1 oz Gold bar to your Gold holdings can balance out your portfolio for retirement or to preserve wealth. Gold, as found in the 1 ounce Gold bar, often retains its value during economic downturns, with the price of Gold often rising as the U.S. dollar declines. Hedge against uncertainty and buy Gold bars from APMEX today.
Why is does an assay card come with a 1 oz Gold Bar?
A 1 oz Gold bar often comes with an assay card. When your 1 ounce Gold bar has had a metallurgical assay, which means it has had a compositional analysis. Assay offices test the purity of a Gold bar in order to protect consumers. Gold bullion, specifically Gold bars, are stamped with a serial number and smaller Gold bars are sealed in an assay card, which displays the matching serial number, weight measurement and other important information.
What price am I paying for my 1 oz Gold bar?
When purchasing a 1 oz Gold bar, you may see different prices and wonder what they are all about. Gold bullion, and all Gold that you purchase in fact, has a bid price and an ask price. When you buy a Gold bar, you are paying the ask price – the price at which the dealer offers the product – and if you want to sell that same bar, you will get the bid price, the price at which a dealer is willing to buy your product. Both Gold prices, applied to a 1 ounce Gold bar for example, are premium Gold prices, which is calculated by taking the Gold spot price and adding the cost of fabrication, distribution, minimum dealer fee and any collector value.