As low as $24.99 per oz over spot!
Each of these high quality Gold bars bears the iconic offset PAMP Suisse logo stamped directly into the bar. 1 kilo Gold bars are a convenient way of owning Gold, as you receive more .9999 fine Gold with just one purchase.
- Contains 1 kilo (32.15 oz) of .9999 fine Gold.
- Eligible for Precious Metals IRAs.
- Obverse: Features the elegant “PAMP” logo at the top with weight, purity and serial number below.
- Reverse: The reverse is blank.
- The accompanying assay card from PAMP Suisse lists the weight and authentication of the bar by the assayer.
The 1 kilo Gold bar is a very cost-efficient option to build your assets. Add this 1 kilo PAMP Suisse Gold bar to your cart today!
WHEN YOU BUY GOLD, THE GOLD SUPPLY CAN BE A MAJOR FACTOR INFLUENCING PRICE.
A major consideration in the price of Gold bars is demand: what Gold is used for, who wants it. Another major factor in 1 kilo Gold bar prices (or, the price of any Gold bar, round or coin) is supply. The Gold found in PAMP Suisse Gold bars and other Gold bar brands, jewelry and Gold coins is rare, and is getting rarer: Gold discoveries have dropped over the last 20 years. Large Gold bars and other Gold products may, in fact, come from recycled Gold – between 2002 and 2011, the supply from Gold recycling increased greatly.
BUY GOLD UNDERSTANDING THAT IT BEHAVES LIKE A COMMODITY AND A CURRENCY.
The Gold in PAMP Suisse Gold bars or Gold coins is a commodity. The Gold you find in large Gold bars fits the definition of a commodity: It is something of value that is the same quality across the board, produced in large quantities by many producers (for example, diamonds which are also mined and valuable, cannot be considered a commodity because each individual diamond is unique and varies in quality). The Gold in a 1 kilo Gold bar, once fabricated and assayed, is the same no matter what brand it is: Even though unique features and reputation may set different brands apart, the actual Gold is the same. Gold found in Gold bars has also been a currency for much of history, and still behaves like a currency: For example, it has a high negative correlation with the U.S. dollar, where typically one goes up while the other goes down.
32.15 troy oz
THE HISTORY OF GOLD BARSModern-day Gold bars look very different than what early civilizations knew to be Gold. Gold, like that in a contemporary 1 kilo Gold bar, was first found in placer deposits, from early civilizations to the Gold rushes of the 19th century. Investing in Gold was harder work then. Now we simply watch the Gold spot price and determine when we want to buy, but if you were a prospector, you would pan for Gold, which was the earliest recorded way of mining for Gold. Panning for Gold involves scooping gravel from a deposit using a pan and then agitating it in water, with the Gold sinking to the bottom of the pan.
- PCGS #: 512921
- Diameter: 26.50 millimeters
- Designer: Joel Iskowitz/Barbara Fox
- Weight: 15.55 grams
- Edge: Reeded
- Metal Content: 99.99% Gold