Gold bars, sometimes referred to as gold ingots, are minted in a variety of sizes anywhere between 1- and 400-oz. The largest bars typically carry the smallest premium and are often traded on major exchanges (e.g. COMEX, etc.); however, they are more difficult to trade in the secondary market because of their size and value. Investors more commonly acquire 1-oz. and 10-oz. gold bar sizes.
Design of Gold bars - Gold bars feature a variety of designs ranging from the plain to the elaborate. Almost all gold bars include the amount of gold, its purity, and the issuing company.
Gold Bar Minting Information - Several different companies manufacture or hallmark gold bars. The more popular hallmarks include Credit Suisse, Johnson Matthey, Englehard and Produits Artistiques de M'taux Pr'cieux (PAMP.)
The manufacturer and condition of bars sold by Goldline are based upon current inventory.
Specifications are obtained from sources believed to be reliable. However, Goldline does not guarantee their accuracy.