Why Buy This Sealed 1 oz. Republic Metals Corporation Gold Bar?
This 1 oz. gold bar was produced by Republic Metals Corporation. Republic Metals is a private American refinery based in Florida. This bar weighs 1 Troy oz. and is made of .9999 fine gold.
On the obverse, this gold bar displays the Republic Metals Corporation logo. This is also where its weight, fineness, and serial number are inscribed. The reverse shows the RMC logo in a repeating diagonal pattern. The company name is spelled out at the center.
This RMC 1 oz. gold bar is still sealed in its original packaging. The packaging is made of plastic and it also houses the assay card. Bullion products that are sealed with their assay card are some of the easiest to sell or trade. In addition to the weight and fineness, the bar’s serial number can be found on the card’s reverse as well.
Order this sealed Republic Metals Corporation 1 oz. gold bar for your stack today!
|Weight in Grams:||31.1 g|
|Weight in Ounces:||1 oz|
|Mint:||Republic Metals Corporation|
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The market continues to rise as we await the FED announcement. What changes are expected?
Silver trying to build a base above the $16.00 level, hoping also that any pullback in this price would be viewed also as a buying opportunity like her big sister gold seems to be enjoying.
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Some traders believe the pressure will be on from some FED governors to convince Ms. Yellen to raise rates at the next FED meeting, giving traders the fuel they are looking for.