1 gram Valcambi Gold Bar (Minted)

Club Price
$76.34 -3%
Regular Price
$78.70

Few refineries have the global brand image and popularity of Valcambi Suisse. Located in Balerna, Switzerland, Valcambi is the production site of countless gold, silver, platinum, and palladium bars aimed at investors. The 1 gram Valcambi Gold Bar is now available from Gold Club Direct in brand-new condition, complete with an Assay card.

Among the many gold bar products available, smaller 1 gram Valcambi Gold Bars make an excellent choice for investors interested in affordable prices and easy transportation of their products. These bars weigh just 1 gram and have dimensions of 8.5 mm wide, 15 mm tall, and just 0.55 mm thick.

Each 1 gram Valcambi Gold Bar in this product listing from Gold Club Direct is packaged inside a blister-proof plastic casing. It includes an orange Assay card that lists the individual serial number of the representative bar and the Assayer’s mark.

On the obverse of each bar, you’ll find the rotating square logo of Valcambi Suisse at the top. Following this image, vertically, is the engraving of the weight, metal content, and purity of the product. At the bottom of each bar is the Assayer’s mark followed by the individual serial number. All serial numbers on Valcambi bars consist of two letters and six numbers.

The reverse of the 1 gram Valcambi Gold Bar includes only the words “Valcambi Suisse”. These are arranged vertically along the left side of the bar, starting in the lower left corner and ending in the upper left corner.

Valcambi Suisse was founded in 1961 in Balerna, Switzerland. The company originated as Valori & Cambi, and, following acquisition by Credit Suisse in 1968, took on a combination of its original name with the new owners. The combination was, of course, Valcambi Suisse.

Coin highlights

Bar Highlights:

  • Ships to you in a protective plastic package with an orange Assay card.
  • Contains 1 gram (.0321 Troy oz) of .9999 pure gold.
  • Obverse design features the Valcambi logo and identifying markers.
  • Reverse bears the corporate name for Valcambi.
  • Each bar has an individual serial number.
  • Assayer’s mark included on obverse.

Specifications

Mint Mark Not Shown
Purity .9999
Manufacturer Valcambi
Thickness 0.55 mm
Diameter 8.5 mm x 15 mm
Condition New
Edge Design Smooth
Series Valcambi Gold Bar
CoA No
Packaging Type Assay
Metal Weight .0321 Troy Ounce

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Description

Few refineries have the global brand image and popularity of Valcambi Suisse. Located in Balerna, Switzerland, Valcambi is the production site of countless gold, silver, platinum, and palladium bars aimed at investors. The 1 gram Valcambi Gold Bar is now available from Gold Club Direct in brand-new condition, complete with an Assay card.

Among the many gold bar products available, smaller 1 gram Valcambi Gold Bars make an excellent choice for investors interested in affordable prices and easy transportation of their products. These bars weigh just 1 gram and have dimensions of 8.5 mm wide, 15 mm tall, and just 0.55 mm thick.

Each 1 gram Valcambi Gold Bar in this product listing from Gold Club Direct is packaged inside a blister-proof plastic casing. It includes an orange Assay card that lists the individual serial number of the representative bar and the Assayer’s mark.

On the obverse of each bar, you’ll find the rotating square logo of Valcambi Suisse at the top. Following this image, vertically, is the engraving of the weight, metal content, and purity of the product. At the bottom of each bar is the Assayer’s mark followed by the individual serial number. All serial numbers on Valcambi bars consist of two letters and six numbers.

The reverse of the 1 gram Valcambi Gold Bar includes only the words “Valcambi Suisse”. These are arranged vertically along the left side of the bar, starting in the lower left corner and ending in the upper left corner.

Valcambi Suisse was founded in 1961 in Balerna, Switzerland. The company originated as Valori & Cambi, and, following acquisition by Credit Suisse in 1968, took on a combination of its original name with the new owners. The combination was, of course, Valcambi Suisse.