1 Kilo Gold Bar – PAMP

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1 Kilo Gold Bar - PAMP
1 Kilo Gold Bar - PAMP

History

Gold has been recognized as a store of value by mankind for approximately 5,000 years. First made into ornamental jewelry and other items such as goblets, gold has retained, and dramatically increased its value over the millennia. It’s true scarcity as a precious metal is now well-known.
It first served as coinage over 2,500 years ago when King Croesus of Lydia ordered gold to be the metal of choice for coins struck during his reign. gold coins were popular during the reign of both the Greek and Roman civilizations.
Gold continued to be a principal metal used for coinage throughout the Middle Ages and through the Renaissance periods. The United States struck its own gold coinage first in 1795. It was a popular medium of exchange until the end of World War I. When the Depression struck in the early 1930s, it was time for the United States to act.
With the stroke of his pen in 1933, President Franklin Roosevelt authorized the recall of all gold coins, except for those valued as rare coins and for a small amount that individuals could continue to own. But that year removed the United States from the Gold Standard.
By 1967, the first gold coin struck specifically for investment was struck by South Africa. The Krugerrand  became the world’s first gold bullion coin. By 1974, President Nixon lifted the prohibition on US citizens owning gold coins and a worldwide investment market in gold began to develop.
Gold bars were first struck in the 13th century but were not popular until much later. Bars were first used as trade between governments and between sovereign mints.

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Today, gold bars offer an attractive option for many investors. Generally, they are less expensive than gold coins containing similar amounts of gold. From the tiniest One-Quarter Gram gold bars (there are 31.03 grams to 1 Troy Ounce) to large 400 Troy Ounce gold bars, gold comes in sizes for all budgets.
Many of today’s gold bars have been minted by a company known be the acronym of PAMP, which stands for ‘Produits Artistiques Metaux Precieux.’ PAMP was founded in 1977 in Switzerland and over the last 46 years, PAMP has achieved the status as one of the world’s most trusted and valued names in gold refining and fabrication. PAMP gold bars are manufactured to the highest standards possible, and each has a fineness (purity) of .9999 Fine.
This PAMP Kilo gold bar contains 32.15 Troy Ounces of .9999 Fine Gold. These Kilo bars are imprinted with the PAMP Suisse logo, the Fineness of the gold (999.9), the weight of the bar (1 KILO), a unique serial number, and the French words “Essayeur Fondeur” which translates to “Assayer Founder” which means that the refiner has assayed the precious metal in the bar and attests to the metal’s purity, quality, and weight.
It is a beautiful and economical way to purchase and store more than 30 ounces of gold, made by one of the world’s most respected gold manufacturers.
PAMP Kilo gold bars are acceptable in Precious Metal IRA accounts.
Simply click the “Add to Cart” button now or call 1-800-880-4653 to speak to one of our highly trained numismatists, who will be very happy to assist you.

Specifications

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Weight 32.15 Troy Ounces
Fineness .9999 Fine Gold
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Manufacturer PAMP

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