1 oz Republic Metals Gold Bars

Specifications

In stock

Year: N/A
Condition: New
Weight (Au, Ag, Pt): 1 ozt
Minted by: Republic Metals
Mintage: N/A
Face Value: N/A
IRA: Approved
Packaging: Assay Card
Coins Per Tube: N/A
Purity: .9999
Sell to Us: Spot + $1

Volume Pricing

1-9 $1,270.45 ea.
  • 10-24 $1,263.45 ea.
  • 25+ $1,260.45 ea.


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The Republic Metals Corporation’s 1-ounce gold ingot contains 99.99% pure gold, certified by the LBMA, SGE, and COMEX. The IRA-eligible gold ingot is minted on-site at the RMC’s refinery in Miami, Florida. The front of the gold ingot displays RMC’s logo, which incorporates a depiction of melted metal flowing from the crucible into a mold. “1 Troy Oz Fine Gold 999,9” is engraved underneath the logo, guaranteeing the weight, purity, and content. On the bottom, a thick outline of a box encloses a two-word description of the company’s role: “Refiners” and “Assayers.”

 The RMC’s logo is displayed in a slanted diagonal pattern across the back of the bar with “Republic Metals Corporation” boldly written in the middle. Each gold bar is marked with a unique serial number for enhanced security and identification standards.

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