Perth Mint 1g .9999 Gold Bar
These 1 Gram Gold Bars are struck in .9999 pure Australian Gold. They're a great addition to your collection. Gold has been sought after for thousands of years. Claim your right to own it in these convenient guaranteed bars.
Australia had its own big gold rush in 1851. The amount of gold flowing out of the mines never stopped. It's still being mined and refined in great quantities today.
The British Gold Sovereign was struck on five different continents, in the 19th and 20th centuries, including Australia. Perth, on the western tip of the continent of Australia was a natural location for a branch of Britain's Royal Mint. On June 20th 1899, The Perth Mint opened to strike British Gold Sovereigns.
The Perth Mint is the oldest operating Mint in Australia. It's still refining and striking Australia's gold today. These 1 Gram Gold Bars display the iconic Swan, symbol of Western Australia and the Perth Mint. The other side of each Gold bar is emblazoned with kangaroos, the symbols of the Australian Outback.
These are Quality Gold Bars
Each Gold Bar is one gram of the precious metal, a really affordable way to own gold. And what gold it is! Because of their expertise, the masters of Perth refine and strike the gold into bars with a .9999 purity. This "Four Nines" gold far outstrips the purity of other gold products, making them among the purest gold bars struck anywhere in the world.
Each bar is sealed with the Perth Mint Certificate inside a tamper-proof assay card with a unique serial number and the signature of the Mint’s chief assayer certifying the Gold content and purity.
Buy Gold Now
Gold has always represented wealth and security. It's a portable store of wealth that can be carried with you anywhere, any time. In Europe, India and China, buying gold on a regular basis is a way of life. Order your gold today with 1 Gram Perth Mint bars.
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