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Credit Suisse 1 Gram Gold Bar

$82.10

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Description

Credit Suisse gold bars are one of the world’s most popular bullions. The well-known and renowned Credit Suisse Bank of Switzerland backs the Credit Suisse 1 gram gold bar. The Credit Suisse gold bars are produced by Valcambi, one of Switzerland’s most prominent precious metal refineries. The Credit Suisse gold bar is both a valuable and sound investment piece. 1 gram Credit Suisse gold bars are perfect for first-time bullion investors or as a special and unique small gift.

Credit Suisse 1 gram gold bars contains 1 gram of .9999 pure gold and comes with its own matching assay card which guarantees the authenticity of the gold bar. These “fun-sized” nuggets are guaranteed .9999 pure 24-K gold.  Each bar is stamped with the famous Credit Suisse logo along with its exact weight and purity. The handy 1 gram makes them imminently affordable and perfect for use as jewelry accents or gifts, as well as an easy way to convert spare cash into pure gold.

Design of Credit Suisse 1 Gram Gold Bar

The obverse of the Credit Suisse 1 gram gold bar features the depiction of the company’s logo along with the weight and purity marks and the inscription “Essayeur Fondeur”. Each of the Credit Suisse gold bars is assigned a six-digit serial number which can be seen on the obverse side of the gold bar.

The reverse of the Credit Suisse 1g fine gold 999.9 bar features the depiction of the Credit Suisse logo repeated in a diagonal pattern. The Credit Suisse 1 gram gold bar has a sleek, yet elegant design and has a nice shine to it.

Main Highlights of Credit Suisse 1g Fine Gold 999.9 Bar

  • Contains 1 gram(.03215 oz) of .9999 pure gold.
  • Manufactured by Credit Suisse.
  • Each gold bar comes with its own assay card to ensure its authenticity.
  • Eligible for Precious Metal IRAs.
  • On the obverse, features the depiction of the company’s logo along with the weight and purity marks and the inscription “Essayeur Fondeur”.
  • On the reverse, features the depiction of the Credit Suisse logo repeated in a diagonal pattern.
  • Each bar is assigned a unique serial number

Product Specifications: Credit Suisse 1 Gram Gold Bar

Specification  Details
Brand  Credit Suisse
Weight  1 gram(.03215 oz)
IRA Approved Yes
Purity .9999
Thickness 0.5 mm
Dimension 15 x 8.5 x 0.409 mm
Made Switzerland

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FAQ

What is Suisse gold?

Credit Suisse is a well-known gold bullion producer around the globe. They are one of the world’s largest gold refiner and their gold products are backed by the Credit Suisse Bank of Switzerland.

Is Credit Suisse’s gold bar good?

Credit Suisse is a well-known brand that dates back over 150 years and is recognized around the world as a mark of exceptional craftsmanship and the finest quality in all of its goods.

How can you tell if a Credit Suisse gold bar is real?

You can tell if a Credit Suisse Gold Bar is real or not by looking at the unique serial number present on it and you can also look up a small scratch on the back which should only gold.

Are there fake Credit Suisse gold bars?

Yeah, there are fake Credit Sussie gold bars in the market. According to the dealers who have encountered the fake Credit Sussie gold bars, fake Credit Suisse gold bars are made from a very dense material and are noticeably thicker than genuine gold bars. The length and width of the fake gold bar are the same as that of the real gold bar.

Is holding gold illegal?

No, holding gold is not illegal in the United States. Before 1975, it was considered illegal to hold gold without a license.

Who controls the price of gold?

The price of gold is determined by the source of demand for the metal, which is controlled by government vaults and central banks. Another factor influencing gold’s price is investment demand, particularly from large ETFs.

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