Perth Mint 10 Gram .9999 Fine Gold Bar - New Sealed With Assay Certificate
One of the world's most respected and well-known mints, The Perth Mint, was established as a branch of Britain's Royal Mint in 1899 in Western Australia. That same year they produced their very first coin, an 1899 gold sovereign. They have been minting and releasing innovative precious metals products ever since. Their current product line includes the popular fractional fine gold bars offered here at ModernCoinMart.
The Perth Mint 10 Gram .9999 Fine Gold Bar is an affordable way to add gold to your portfolio.
Your 10 gram gold bar from The Perth Mint comes individually sealed in a tamper resistant assay card featuring a unique serial number – and includes the signature of the mint's chief assayer certifying the gold content and purity. Each 10 gram bar includes .320 troy oz. of .9999 fine gold and is 1.5 mm thick.
Featured on the front of the gold bars is The Perth Mint's distinctive logo of a majestic swan. Above the swan is the text “THE PERTH MINT” and “AUSTRALIA” appears below the swan. Inscribed underneath the logo is “99.99% PURE GOLD” and “10 GRAM”. On the reverse side of the gold bars is a repeating pattern showing the silhouette of a hopping kangaroo. The animal is symbolic of the Australian Outback, where gold has been mined in commercial quantities since 1851.
Diversify with 10 gram gold bars today!
If you've never purchased gold before, the smaller sized 10 gram bar is a great place to start. If you already own gold, the 10 gram bars offer a way to acquire more gold quicker than you otherwise may be able to, while allowing you to keep your individual gold pieces smaller and more manageable.
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