All Other Brands Gold Bars & Rounds
1 gram Gold Bar - Geiger Edelmetalle (Encapsulated w/Assay...
|1 - 9||$91.21|
|10 - 24||$90.21|
1/4 oz Gold Coin - Random Mint
|1 - 9||$561.62|
|10 - 19||$556.62|
10 gram Gold Bar - Secondary Market
|1 - 9||$663.22|
|10 - 24||$662.22|
10 gram Gold Bar - Geiger Edelmetalle (Encapsulated w/Assa...
Available February 22, 2023
|1 - 9||$669.22|
|10 - 24||$668.22|
1 oz Gold - 7 Wonders of the World: Great Pyramid of Giza
Out of Stock
1 oz Gold Square Bar - APMEX (Encapsulated w/Assay)
|1 - 9||$2,061.49|
|10 - 24||$2,056.49|
John Wick 1 oz Gold Continental Coin (TEP)
|1 - 4||$2,081.49|
|5 - 9||$2,076.49|
1 oz Gold Square - Geiger Edelmetalle (Encapsulated w/Assa...
|1 - 9||$2,066.49|
|10 - 24||$2,061.49|
1 oz Gold Coin - Random Mint
|1 - 9||$2,051.49|
|10 - 19||$2,046.49|
1 oz Gold Round - Dogecoin Round
|1 - 4||$2,056.49|
|5 - 9||$2,051.49|
1 oz Gold Round - Ethereum
|1 - 4||$2,056.49|
|5 - 9||$2,051.49|
Chevrolet Genuine Parts Logo (1934-1940) 1 oz Gold w/ TEP
|1 - 9||$2,066.49|
|10 - 19||$2,061.49|
1 oz Gold Round - Shiba Inu
|1 - 4||$2,056.49|
|5 - 9||$2,051.49|
2022 1 oz Gold Continental Currency PF-70 NGC (Antiqued, F...
100 gram Cast-Poured Gold Bar - Pioneer Metals
|1 - 3||$6,521.60|
5 oz Gold Bar - Secondary Market
Available February 07, 2023
|1 - 4||$10,107.45|
|5 - 9||$10,082.45|
5 oz Cast-Poured Gold Bar - Pioneer Metals
|1 - 4||$10,172.45|
|5 - 9||$10,147.45|
10 oz Cast-Poured Gold Bar - Pioneer Metals
|1 - 2||$20,214.90|
1 kilo Cast-Poured Gold Bar - Credit Suisse
|1 - 2||$64,733.70|
Buy Gold Bars and Rounds OnlineAPMEX offers a wide variety of Gold products, including coins, rounds, collectibles and bars. We carry a diverse mix of Gold bullion from numerous manufacturers. All Gold products are hallmark-stamped from their issuer, indicating the exact purity of the Gold content.
Depending on the stock on hand, we often ship various designs within each shipment. Some of the various manufacturers or popular products available for purchase include the following and more:
- Geiger Edelmetalle Mint Gold Bars: Geiger Gold bars display the exquisite quality that Geiger Edelmetalle has been known for since 1218. Each bar from the popular mint is .9999 fine Gold, including some bars with added security and storage options.
- Random Mint Gold Coins and Bars: Gold coins and bars are popular investments and with our random mint assortments, each product you receive will be guaranteed for its weight and purity to provide you with a high-quality investment.
- Secondary Market Metals: When investors buy Gold, they do not always buy it from a mint. There is a large secondary market for Gold where buyers and sellers can trade products and commodities like stocks and bonds. This market allows investors to buy and sell Gold products quickly and at competitive prices.
The History of GoldGold has been known and used by humankind for thousands of years. It was first found and mined in ancient tombs and burial sites, where it was often associated with wealth and power. Gold is soft, shiny and corrosion-resistant, making it an ideal metal for jewelry, coins and other decorative items.
The Egyptians were some of the first people to use Gold extensively in their artwork. They also developed a system for minting Gold coins that was used for centuries. Much of the world's Gold supply was mined in Egypt and traded throughout the Mediterranean region.
Gold began to be used as a global currency in the 1800s after the British Empire standardized Gold measurements. The Gold Standard was a system where various countries agreed to peg their currency's value to a specific amount of Gold. This created stability and confidence in the global economy.
In 1971, the United States abandoned the Gold Standard, ending the use of Gold as a global currency. Today, it is used primarily for investment and jewelry. Despite this, many people still see Gold as a symbol of wealth and security.
Gold CoinsWhen most investors think of buying Gold for their portfolios, they think of buying coins. Gold coins are round discs with a specific design and Gold value stamped on the surface. The face value of a coin is typically much lower than the actual value of the Gold content.
Gold coins are minted by governments worldwide and can be bought in many different sizes. They are often used as investments because they tend to hold their value better than other forms of Gold.
Gold coins are also popular collector's items. Some rare and valuable coins can fetch high prices at auction.
Gold BarsGold bars are rectangular pieces of metal with a specific weight and Gold content stamped on them. The most popular sizes of bars range from 1 ounce to 100 ounces, but various other sizes are available for purchase as well.
Gold bars are made by private refiners and mints all over the world. Gold bars are popular investments because they are easy to store and trade. Bars can also be melted down and turned into coins if needed. Gold bars offer many advantages over Gold coins, such as:
- Bars are easier to store and transport than coins. They take up less space and are more difficult to damage.
- Bars are often cheaper than coins because they have lower production costs.
- Bars are available in a wider variety of sizes than coins. This makes them ideal for investors who want to buy small or large amounts of Gold.
- Bars are usually easier to sell than coins. They tend to have a higher resale value due to their lower premiums.
Gold RoundsGold rounds are discs or coins with a design similar to Gold coins but do not carry any face value. Rounds are often minted by private refiners and are not backed by a government.
Rounds are popular investments because they are easy to store and trade. They also offer many of the same advantages as Gold bars, such as:
- Rounds are cheaper than coins because of their lower production costs.
- Rounds are available in a wider variety of sizes than coins. This makes them ideal for investors who want to buy small or large amounts of Gold.
- Rounds usually have a higher resale value than coins because they do not carry any face value and are not backed by a government.
The history of Gold coins, bars and rounds is rich and varied, just like the metal itself. Whether you're looking for an investment or simply a beautiful piece of history to own, Gold is a great choice.
Investing in GoldGold is often seen as a safe investment, and its value has been relatively stable over the years. Many people invest in Gold to protect their wealth against economic instability or inflation. The value of Gold often increases with an economic downturn, making the price of Gold worth the investment. Due to the global supply being relatively finite, the purchasing power of Gold has historically remained stable during inflationary times.
Gold also plays a role in various industries, other than its well-known use in investment portfolios, to keep the supply and demand for the yellow Precious Metal high. Gold is used in technology and medical devices, among many other industrial products, which keeps the demand for Gold high. From technology to medicine, below are some of the other ways Gold is used currently:
Gold has been used in technology for several years due to its unique chemical and physical properties, making it a highly valuable resource. Gold is non-toxic, non-corrodable and makes an excellent conductor of electricity. For these reasons and many more, Gold is also often used in electrical wiring and connectors, computer chips and circuit boards.
In addition to its use in developing technology, Gold is also used in the medical field in devices. For example, Gold can be found in pacemakers, dental fillings and joint replacements. Gold nanoparticles are being studied for cancer treatment because they are absorbed by tumors and destroyed while leaving healthy cells alone. Gold's non-toxic properties and corrosion resistance help it last longer over time and make it a safe material for use in these devices.
With many different uses for Gold across the most important industries, the supply and demand for this yellow metal will continue to play a large role in the global markets and the spot price of Gold - keeping the metal among the most popular investment choices.
Gold PricesThe price of Gold depends on the current Gold spot price at the time of purchase. The Gold spot price is the market price one troy ounce of Gold can be purchased and sold at any given time. The live Gold prices are changing constantly, making it vital for buyers to stay updated on performance indicators with Gold price charts, such as current events or market conditions, because they greatly impact the buying and selling of Gold every day.
The spot price is determined by multiple factors, including Gold production, global bank buying and selling, industrial demand, jewelry fabrication, investment portfolio demands and various other geopolitical factors.
Gold bullion prices are affected by premiums, which are extra costs added to the purchasing price of Gold. The most common premium types are minting fees, shipping and handling fees, insurance costs and assayer's fees.
An ounce of Gold holds the same value globally, making trading the popular yellow Precious Metal simple and easy. When purchasing Gold, it is important to understand the factors that affect its price.
Buying Physical GoldWhen you buy physical Gold bullion, you invest in assets that transcend the volatile Precious Metals market. Bullion can play an important role in a modern investment portfolio, as it hedges against the uncertainty investors typically find with other common investments, such as stocks and bonds. Gold bars and coins can be a game-changer for your investment strategy. Explore the benefits of buying Gold today.
Buy Gold Bars Online from APMEXIf you need assistance in figuring out where to buy physical Gold bullion, or if you should have any issue buying Gold on APMEX.com, we are eager to assist you. Our team of highly trained customer service associates can answer any questions on how to buy Gold and can be reached either by telephone at (800) 375-9006 or by email at service@APMEX.com.
You can also sell Gold to APMEX by calling our Purchasing team at (800) 514-6318 to speak to one of our representatives or learn more about selling Gold to APMEX.
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