Width: 37 mm | Height : 58 mm | Thickness : 9.5 mm
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Perth Mint Kangaroo 10 ounce gold bar
Perth Mint Kangaroo 10 ounce gold bars are minted from 99.99% pure gold. The Kangaroo gold bar first was introduced in January of 2010. Since then, they have been sought after by collectors and investors. Each gold bar is sealed in a tamper-evident package that includes an assay certificate. The assay card shows the exact weight and purity of the gold bar, as well as the certified assayer signature.
Located in Newburn, the Perth Mint is Australia’s oldest operating refinery. It first started in 1899 as a branch of Britain’s Royal Mint. Gold sovereigns were produced for the Royal Mint until 1931 when Britain went off the gold standard. In 1970, the Western Australian Government acquired full ownership of the mint from British rule. Today, the Perth Mint not only produces gold bars and coins, it is also a major tourist attraction, receiving over ten thousand visitors a month.
The Perth Mint Kangaroo 10 ounce gold bar features a majestic swan, the Perth Mint logo on the front, along with the purity and weight. The back displays a repeating kangaroo motif, representing the Australian outback where gold has been mined commercially since the 1800′s.
Since the Perth Mint Kangaroo 10 ounce gold bar is minted from 99.99% pure gold, it is accepted in gold IRA accounts. These gold bars make a great addition to most any collection or portfolio. 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.
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