A kilogram (32.15 troy ounces) of pure (.9999) gold strikes the right balance between volume and affordability for serious investors. Kilobars deliver good value per ounce, due to their small margin over spot price. The dimensions of this brick can be surprising when you feel its weight in your hand: it measures just over 3 inches in length and about an inch and a half wide, with a thickness of about three quarters of an inch…about the size of a cellphone.
That makes it tempting to stash it in “a safe place” in your home or office and, of course, you are free to do just that. Nonetheless, due to its significant value, Goldbroker recommends storage of a one kilo gold ingot and other precious metal investments with our partner Malca-Amit, a private operator that is not only highly-secured and strategically located in the USA, Canada, Switzerland and Singapore, but fully independent of the banking system.
This 1 kilogram gold bar is manufactured by Argor Heraeus, one of the world’s largest refiners of precious metals. It will display the logo of Kantonalbank and/or that of Argor Heraeus.
Kantonalbank is the term used to describe the system of Swiss regional (cantonal) banks. These government-owned commercial banks account for about one third of the banking sector in a nation known world-wide for its financial sector. There are some two dozen cantonal (regional or administrative sub-divisional) banks in Switzerland. They engage in all aspects of banking as state-guaranteed semi-governmental organizations. As a group, they are comparable in size to Switzerland’s big banks, UBS and Credit Suisse, and two individual cantonal banks are in fact the third and fourth largest in the country.
1 ounce Gold Britannia (King Charles III) - Tube of 10 - 2023 - The Royal Mint
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