1 oz Valcambi CombiBar (10 x .1 oz)

Club Price
$2,050.14 -3%
Regular Price
$2,113.55

Valcambi Suisse is one of Europe’s leading gold bullion producers, and enjoys growing status in the global precious metals industry. One of the best ways to set yourself apart is with an innovative product, and Valcambi has exactly that in the CombiBar. Right now, the 1 oz Valcamib Gold CombiBar is available in brand-new condition from Gold Club Direct.

CombiBar technology from Valcambi Suisse is a revolutionary concept that allows investors and collectors to purchase gold or silver bullion in one weight, and easily break it down into smaller amounts for individual resale, movement, or easier storage. CombiBars feature precision-cut lines that divide the bar into smaller amounts, and each can be broken apart without a loss of gold content or purity.

These 1 oz Valcambi Gold CombiBars ship as a 1 oz gold bar. CombiBar technology means that each 1 oz bar can be broken down to a maximum of 10 individual bars, each one weighing 1/10 oz.

On the obverse face of the 1 oz bar you’ll find the Valcambi Suisse rotating square, the company’s official logo. The name Valcambi Suisse is engraved along the right-hand side, along with the larger bar’s weight, metal content, purity, serial number, and Assayer’s mark.

The reverse face includes separate engravings for each of the 10 individual 1/10 oz bars. You’ll find the Valcambi Suisse logo, bar weight (1/10 oz), metal content, and purity listed on each of the 10 separate bars.

Valcambi Suisse was originally founded in 1961 as Valori and Cambi, a small operation started by a group of investors interested in precious metals. Several mergers and sales over time, including one with Credit Suisse, led to the name Valcambi Suisse.

Coin highlights

Bar Highlights:

  • Bar ships to you in a sealed protective case complete with an Assay card.
  • Contains a total of 1 oz of .9999 pure gold.
  • Minted in Switzerland by Valcambi Suisse.
  • Features single stamped Valcambi logos on the obverse.
  • Unique serial numbers and identifiers on the reverse.
  • Utilizes Valcambi’s patented CombiBar technology.
  • Eligible for use in Precious Metal IRAs.

Specifications

Manufacturer Valcambi
Condition New
Purity .9999
Thickness 0.85 mm
Metal Weight 1 Troy Ounce
IRA Eligibility Yes
CoA No
Packaging Type Assay
SKU GBVALCOM1

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Description

Valcambi Suisse is one of Europe’s leading gold bullion producers, and enjoys growing status in the global precious metals industry. One of the best ways to set yourself apart is with an innovative product, and Valcambi has exactly that in the CombiBar. Right now, the 1 oz Valcamib Gold CombiBar is available in brand-new condition from Gold Club Direct.

CombiBar technology from Valcambi Suisse is a revolutionary concept that allows investors and collectors to purchase gold or silver bullion in one weight, and easily break it down into smaller amounts for individual resale, movement, or easier storage. CombiBars feature precision-cut lines that divide the bar into smaller amounts, and each can be broken apart without a loss of gold content or purity.

These 1 oz Valcambi Gold CombiBars ship as a 1 oz gold bar. CombiBar technology means that each 1 oz bar can be broken down to a maximum of 10 individual bars, each one weighing 1/10 oz.

On the obverse face of the 1 oz bar you’ll find the Valcambi Suisse rotating square, the company’s official logo. The name Valcambi Suisse is engraved along the right-hand side, along with the larger bar’s weight, metal content, purity, serial number, and Assayer’s mark.

The reverse face includes separate engravings for each of the 10 individual 1/10 oz bars. You’ll find the Valcambi Suisse logo, bar weight (1/10 oz), metal content, and purity listed on each of the 10 separate bars.

Valcambi Suisse was originally founded in 1961 as Valori and Cambi, a small operation started by a group of investors interested in precious metals. Several mergers and sales over time, including one with Credit Suisse, led to the name Valcambi Suisse.