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Credit Suisse 2.5 gram gold bar
Credit Suisse 2.5 gram gold bars are minted from 99.99% pure gold by Valcambi SA in Switzerland. Valcambi SA has manufactured minted and cast bars for Credit Suisse for the last 30 years. From 1967 until 1980, Credit Suisse owned 80% of Valcambi. In 1980, Credit Suisse gain full ownership until 2003, when Valcambi became a wholly-owned subsidiary of European Gold Refineries Holding. The two companies retained an association. Valcambi continues to produce minted and cast gold bars for Credit Suisse. These gold bars are backed in full by the Credit Suisse Bank of Switzerland.
The front of the Credit Suisse 2.5 gram gold bar features the Credit Suisse name, weight, purity of gold, assay stamp and unique serial number. Each Credit Suisse 2.5 gram gold bar comes enclosed in a sealed tamper-evident packaging. The front of the assay card shows the Credit Suisse name and logo. The serial number of the gold bar is on the bottom. The assay card displays the fineness of gold, weight of the gold bar and certified assayer signature.
Minted gold bullion bars are gaining popularity because premiums for gold bars are generally lower than those for gold coins.
Credit Suisse gold bars are recognized throughout the world, making the very easy to buy and sell. With the prestige of the Credit Suisse name, these smaller gold bars are great for collectors and first time investors, and also make great gifts. Anyone who likes Swiss gold will appreciate these fine gold bars. As with all gold bullion bars made from 99.99% pure gold, these gold bars are acceptable in your gold IRA.
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