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Valcambi Suisse 1 Gram Combibar

50 grams total weight

Valcambi Suisse 1 gram Combibar .9999 fine gold (with assay)

Total width : 74 mm | Total height : 52 mm

Vendor Location Price
Suisse Gold London, United Kingdom See Pricing
BGASC Calabasas, California, USA See Pricing

Valcambi Suisse 1 gram Combibar

Valcambi Suisse 1 gram Combibar gold bars are a great way to invest in gold. The gold bars are attached in a sheet 10 bars wide by 5 bars high. Whether you are a first time investor, or a long time collector, the Valcambi 1 gram gold bar is the way to go. Minted from 99.99% pure gold, Valcambi gold bars are an investment that will last forever. The Valcambi name is recognized around the world, making it easy to buy and sell Valcambi Suisse gold bars.

Valcambi was founded in 1961. Credit Suisse had 80% ownership in 1967, then full ownership in 1980. In 2003 Valcambi was purchased as a subsidiary of European Gold Refineries Holding SA. Keeping its association with Credit Suisse, Valcambi continues to mint gold bars for them to this day.

The front of each 1 gram gold bar shows the Valcambi Suisse name, weight, purity and assayer stamp. The back of the gold bar is plain. For added security, each gold bar has an individual serial number.

Valcambi Suisse 1 gram Combibar gold bars are accepable in a gold IRA, as they are made from 99.99% pure gold. These smaller sized gold bars are great for collectors or first time investors. Valcambi Suisse gold bars will make a fine addition to most any collection or portfolio.

The individual bars can be easily snapped apart with no loss of gold. Each Combibar is encased in a protective case that includes an assay card with serial number.


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