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Why add this Royal Canadian Mint - 1 oz. Gold Bar (New Sealed With Assay Certificate) to your collection?
This Royal Canadian Mint 1 oz. Gold Bar is perfect for many types of gold buyers, from those who buy bullion to those who seek out attractive items. The bar comes in an assay card that serves to protect it from damage. The card itself enhances the viewing experience, as it includes different colored maple leafs, a reference to the Canadian bullion coin that is widely collected throughout the world. The designs of both sides of the bar are quite simple. Dominating the obverse is the logo of the Royal Canadian Mint, complete with inscriptions of its name in English and French along the circle that surrounds the image. Under that, there are four lines of text. The first identifies its weight, “1 OZ,” the second its purity, “.9999,” the third the metal in English, “FINE GOLD,” and the fourth repeating the same in French, “OR PUR.” At the bottom is the bar’s serial number, which makes for easy verification of its authenticity. The reverse features a repeating horizontal pattern of the Mint’s logo. For an easy and affordable way to add an ounce of gold that you know you can liquidate if and when you choose to do so, this bar offers an excellent option.
This Royal Canadian Mint Logo 1 oz Gold Bar In Assay is proudly minted by the Royal Canadian Mint. The Royal Canadian Mint was founded in 1908 as a branch of The Royal Mint.
|Mint:||Royal Canadian Mint|
|Display Weight:||1 oz|
|Weight in Grams:||31.1032 g|
|Weight in Ounces:||1 oz|
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