5 Gram Perth Mint Gold Bar (New w/ Assay)

$ 342.41


5 Gram Perth Mint Gold Bar (New w/ Assay)

$ 342.41
  • Description

The Perth Mint in Australia is one of the worlds foremost producers of apr57 and proof coins, medallions, and bars. Perth Mint products are available in gold, silver, and platinum, and produced to the highest standards in the precious metals industry. Right now, the 5 Gram Perth Mint Gold Bar is available from APR 57 in new condition.

Bar Highlights:

  • Bars ship to you in a sealed, protective assay package that includes an assay card.
  • Individual bars ship in sealed plastic with an Assay card, while multiples of 25 ship in boxes.
  • Contains 5 Grams (.1607 oz) of .9999 pure gold.
  • Features the Perth Mint Swan logo on the obverse.
  • Reverse bears the image of a hopping kangaroo.
  • Minted in Australia, and available in brand-new condition.

Gold bars are the most popular investment products in the precious metals industry. With so many mints and refineries producing gold bars each year, producers need to do something to make their products stand out.

All Perth Mint branded gold bars feature the facilities majestic swan logo on the obverse face of the bar. Youll also find engravings on this side of the bar that include the bars purity, metal content, and weight.

The reverse side of each 5 Gram Perth Mint Gold Bar includes the repeating image of a hopping kangaroo. Each bar has a slightly raised lip around the outer rim that is visible on both sides of the bar. The background on both sides of these gold bars features a matte finish that gives a frosted appearance.

All 5 Gram Perth Mint Gold Bars in this product listing are in new condition from the mint, and ship with an assay card in a CertiCard case. CertiCard cases allow you to immediately detect any signs of tampering with your product. The assay card makes it easy for you to verify the weight, purity, and authenticity of your Perth Mint product.

The Perth Mint is the oldest operating facility in Australia. Founded in 1898, the mint predates the formation of Australia as an independent nation. Today it is owned by the state government of Western Australia, and is not affiliated with the Royal Australian Mint.

If you have questions, APR 57 associates are available to answer them. Simply call us at 212-246-2000, chat with us live online, or submit your questions via email.