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1 Gram Argor Heraeus Gold Bar in Assay

$70.99

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With a strong Swiss identity, Argor-Heraeus is one of the world’s oldest refiners and assayers of Precious Metals. Their tamper evident packaging backs the weight and purity of this .9999 fine bar and ensures your bar has not been improperly handled.

Bar Highlights:

  • Arrives in a sealed assay card package!
  • Includes a unique serial number!
  • Contains 1 Gram (.03214 Troy oz) of .9999 pure gold.
  • On the obverse is the Argor Heraeus logo with identifying markers.
  • Blank reverse field.
  • Features an Assayers mark.

Gold bars have long been used to store national and personal wealth. Today, investors and collectors are turning to gold precious metal products to protect their hard-earned money and add to a greater collection of precious metal products.

Argor Heraeus is a leading bullion brand in the global marketplace, and prides itself on making .9999 pure gold products. On occasion, the refinery will produce gold bars such as these bearing the markings of specific customers.

On the obverse face of the 1 Gram Argor Heraeus Gold Bar, you will find the Argor Heraeus mint logo. At the top of the bar is the circle with “AR” in the center and the full mint name around it. Below that, characteristics of the bar are engraved, including the weight, metal content and purity of the bar, as well as the assayers mark.

The reverse face of these Argor Heraeus gold bars is blank. Each of the bars is individually packaged inside of a sealed assay card package. The assay card features the serial number for the bar and the Argor Heraeus mint logo.

Argor Heraeus was first formed in Chiasso, Switzerland in 1951 as Argor SA. The company took on the name Argor Heraeus in 1986 as a joint venture between banking giant UBS and the Heraeus Group.