1 Kilo Royal Canadian Mint Gold Bar

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Investors seeking gold bars for sale should look no further than the Royal Canadian Mint’s bullion gold bar offerings. Featuring .9999 pure gold content and individual serial numbers, the RCM’s collection of gold bars in varying weights are a great choice to protect monetary wealth with precious metals. Today, 1 Kilo RCM Gold Bars are available to you online from JM Bullion.

Bar Highlights:

Feature product of the Royal Canadian Mint!

Contains 1 Kilo (32.15 Troy oz) of .9999 pure gold.

Obverse features identifying markers and RCM logo.

Reverse is left blank.

Eligible for Precious Metal IRAs.

Bar style may vary slightly, as there are multiple production cycles available.

The gold bar has long been a stable source of investment for those looking to protect their wealth from the ups and downs of global stock markets. All gold bars deliver good value in this realm, but in particular, investors look for bars refined by major players in the precious metals industry. The Royal Canadian Mint is one of a handful of sovereign mints that also produces bars, with other examples of major mints being the Perth Mint (state-owned).

On the obverse of these finely crafted 1 Kilo RCM Gold Bars you’ll find the only engravings used on the product. Featured at the top with other markings in descending order, you’ll find the Royal Canadian Mint’s official logo. With a stylized maple leaf in the center, the name of the mint is featured in a circle around the design with the English language “Royal Canadian Mint” above and the French language “Monnaie Royale Canadienne” featured below.

Scroll down the bar with your eyes and you’ll find the weight, metal content, and purity of the bar engraved as “1 Kilo Gold 999.9.” Below this is an individual serial number which the mint engraves onto every bar. There are no markings on the reverse side of the 1 Kilo RCM Gold Bars in this listing.

The Royal Canadian Mint was founded in 1908 in the federal capital city of Ottawa. For more than 60 years, this facility alone handled the production of Canadian currency. In 1976, the Winnipeg location of the Royal Canadian Mint was finished and opened, allowing the RCM to split its work. The Ottawa facility now handles all bullion and commemorative production, while all circulation Canadian currency and foreign currency is struck in Winnipeg.

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