Width : 18 mm | Height : 31 mm | Thickness : 2.25 mm
|JM Bullion||PA, USA||$972.34|
|Suisse Gold||Switzerland / New York, USA||See Pricing|
Other Credit Suisse Liberty Gold Bar Sizes Available:
Credit Suisse Liberty 20 gram gold bar
Credit Suisse Liberty 20 gram gold bars are minted in Switzerland from 99.99% pure gold. Each gold bar is sealed in a tamper-evident package that includes an assay certificate. This assay card certifies that each gold bar is made to the exact fineness and weight indicated on the card. These gold bars are produced by Valcambi for Credit Suisse.
Collectors or anyone interested in gold investing will adore the beauty of the Credit Suisse “Liberty” gold bar. Recognized all around the world, Credit Suisse gold bars are easily bought or sold most anywhere. The Statue of Liberty design makes these gold bars highly collectible.
The Statue of Liberty proudly adorns the front of the gold bar against a high gloss background. The back of the bar displays the Credit Suisse name, weight and fineness of gold, the assay stamp and the gold bar’s individual serial number. The assay card displays the fineness of gold, exact weight, serial number and certified assayer signature.
Credit Suisse Liberty 20 gram gold bars are accepted in gold IRA accounts, as they are made from 99.99% pure gold. These gold bars will make a great addition to most any collection or portfolio. A one ounce gold bar weighs 31.1 grams. Anyone who wants to buy gold bars and can’t afford the one ounce size should definitely look at this investment.
As a rule of thumb, when buying gold bars, you should always buy the biggest bar you can afford instead of several smaller bars, which will offset the “over spot” price. If 20 gram gold bars are what you are looking for, then this will be perfect for you.
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