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1 kilo Cast-Poured Gold Bar - APMEX

1 kilo Cast-Poured Gold Bar - APMEX

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As low as $39.99 per oz over spot

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As low as $39.99 per oz over spot
The Gold Bar is a popular way to purchase large quantities of .9999 pure Gold with less physical pieces. Designed, minted and packaged in America, these 1 kilo APMEX Gold Bars offer great purchasing power for investors who want to expand their collection!

Bar Highlights
  • Contains 1 kilo (32.15 oz) of .9999 fine Gold.
  • Bars come in protective packaging.
  • Eligible for Precious Metals IRAs.
  • Cast-Poured Gold bar with sharp, sleek lines.
  • Obverse: Lists the weight and purity along with the APMEX logo.
  • Guaranteed by APMEX.

Protect your APMEX-Branded 1 kilo Gold bars in storage from the adverse effects of moisture in the air by adding these silica gel packets to your order.

Gold bars are an excellent way to add a sizable investment to your portfolio at an attractive premium. Add this 1 kilo Cast-Poured Gold Bar to your cart today!


APMEX Bullion
APMEX is one of the most trusted names in Precious Metals and, as a top industry leader, we have been able to deliver on our promise of consistently providing quality products. Our APMEX-Branded items come with different sizes, metal types and bar/round formats. One thing we strive to be consistent with is the craftmanship and high quality of any product carrying the APMEX name. Check out our entire assortment of Gold bars and rounds here.


History of Gold Bars
The ancient Egyptians were the first to use Gold bars, or any form of Gold, as currency, dating back more than 5500 years ago. Before its use as currency, back in 4000 BC in Eastern Europe it was commonplace for people to fashion jewelry from pure Gold nuggets found locally or barter with the Gold for goods like grapes and other necessities. Eventually, Gold was used for more large-scale trade in 1500 BC when the buying and trading of Gold bars, or ingots, became common practice. The Gold bar price is affected by the demand for the Precious Metal for these traditional uses, as well as modern uses to create products for a variety of industries.


Investing in Gold Bars
Gold bars allow investors to acquire a larger quantity of Gold at a lower price point when compared to other metal formats. Gold bars are easier to stack and store while also providing high Gold content. Gold bullion bars typically match sovereign coins in content and purity, but typically cost less over the Gold spot price because companies such as PAMP Suisse, Johnson Matthey and Engelhard mint them privately. The Gold bar price for larger bars, such as this 1 kilo Gold bar, makes it easier for investors to own physical Gold to safeguard wealth or diversify an investment portfolio.

When buying Gold, many factors can affect the price of Gold per ounce, so being aware of market fluctuations is imperative to getting the best price. Gold prices can change significantly if a large entity or government decides to make a sizable Gold purchase or sell off a large quantity of Gold holdings. The price of Gold can also be affected by current events such as geopolitical unrest and natural disasters. For investors, tracking the Gold price is crucial to getting the best price for Gold bars, whether you are buying or selling the Precious Metal.

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