Why does this Brilliant Uncirculated 1 gram Gold Valcambi Suisse Bar belong in your collection of precious metals?
Valcambi Suisse was originally established as the precious metals refinery Valori & Cambi, in 1961 in Balerna, Switzerland. With sixty years of presence in the precious metals market, Valcambi Suisse is one of the most respected refiners of superior quality gold, silver, platinum and palladium bullion products on a global level.
Design of the Valcambi Suisse Gold Bar
Obverse: The obverse features the name of the Mint, "VALCAMBI SUISSE," positioned vertically near the center of the bar.
Reverse: The reverse side of the bar is ornamented with the revolving square logo of the Mint. Inscriptions below the logo include "1 G," "FINE GOLD," "999,9" and the bar's individual serial number, along with the assayer's mark in a rectangular frame as "CHI" and "ESSAYEUR FONDEUR."
Gold Bar Sealed With Assay Certificate
This Valcambi Suisse 1 Gram .9999 Fine Gold Bar is presented in ungraded, Brilliant Uncirculated (GEM BU) condition, featuring a sharp strike, beautifully finished surfaces and stunning eye appeal. The bullion bar is sealed in a tamper resistant, credit card sized case, with a distinctive orange linen textured assay card printed with a the bar's unique serial number, as well as the signature of the Mint's chief assayer certifying the gold purity and weight of the bar.
This beautiful 1 gram Gold Bar in a sealed Valcambi Suisse Assay Card will make an exciting addition to your precious metals collection!
This Valcambi Suisse 1 g Gold Bar GEM BU in Sealed Assay Card is proudly minted by the Valcambi Suisse. Valcambi Suisse is a renowned precious metals refinery located in Switzerland.
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|Weight in Ounces:||0.0322 oz|
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