1 oz Rand Refinery Gold Bar .9999 Fine (In Assay)
The stunning 1 oz Rand Refinery Gold Bar .9999 Fine (In Assay) is now available from Bullion Exchanges. This 1 troy oz Rand Refinery gold bar is made from 1 oz of .9999 pure gold and comes sealed in an assay card. Owning a Rand Refinery gold bar is a great way to diversify your portfolio with a recognized name that boasts sourcing its gold ethically. Grab this 1 oz Rand Refinery Gold Bar .9999 Fine (In Assay) today and own a piece of South African gold.
The Rand Refinery was established 100 years ago in November 1920, and it is most famous for producing 1/3 of all the gold bullion in the world. The refinery also strikes some of the South African Krugerrand coins alongside the South African Mint. However, this Rand Refinery gold bar features the South African savannah elephant. The savannah elephant is the largest surviving land animal in the world, and its ivory tusks are almost worth their weight in gold. A valuable yet gentle creature, the elephant is one of the most beloved animals in Africa. Add an elephant gold bar to your collection and further enrich your portfolio with the long gold history of Africa.
The obverse of the Rand Refinery gold bar displays the logo in addition to specifications regarding the weight and purity of the gold bar. You will also find the individualized serial number on this side.
The reverse bears a horizontal pattern of an elephant calf holding onto its parent’s tail with its trunk as they walk. Another elephant follows behind them, and this pattern repeats four times on the reverse, each time with a flipped image of the previous rendition.
- Made from .9999 pure gold and weighs 1 troy oz
- Struck by the Rand Refinery
- Each bar features a unique serial number
- Arrives in a sealed assay card
- Obverse: Displays the refinery’s logo and specifications. Inscriptions: “RAND REFINERY”, “Au”, “999.9”, “1oz”, “FINE GOLD”, and unique serial number.
- Reverse: Showcases a repeating horizontal pattern of a parent elephant leading an elephant calf holding onto its tail with another parent walking behind them. Inscription: “LOXODONTA”.