1000g Gold Bar Heraeus with Certificate
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1kg Heraeus gold bars have a fine weight of 1000g gold and a purity of 999.9/1000. The gold bar is shrink wrapped in foil and Heraeus includes a certificate which confirms the authenticity of the bar.
1000g bars from Heraeus are one of the best ways to accumulate a large position in physical gold. Heraeus gold bars are some of the most widely traded gold bullion products in the world. 1000g bars from Heraeus are also approved by the London Bullion Market Association (LBMA) for good delivery.
Heraeus is one of the most important manufacturers of gold bars worldwide. The company was founded in Hanau in 1851 where it still has its headquarters today. Heraeus manufactures all standard sizes of gold bars, including: 1kg, 500g, 250g, 100g, 50g, 20g, 10g, 5g, and 1g.
Manufacture and Appearance
1kg gold bars from Heraeus are produced using the cast method. For this purpose, an exact amount of fine gold granules are heated in a crucible at about 1064 degrees and then poured into the ingot mold. Thereafter, the ingot is cooled. Subsequently, the Heraeus gold ingot is embossed with the fineness of 999.9/1000, the fine weight of 1000g, and fine gold. The logo and name of the of the manufacturer are also imprinted on the bar.
Advantages of Gold and Gold Bars
Gold investments such as 1kg Heraeus Gold Bars are exempt from VAT. This is one of the biggest advantages of owning gold bars and gold coins. Furthermore, gold provides stability to a financial portfolio considering that currencies and money are built only on trust. Gold has also been a means of payment and a medium of exchange for centuries, and thus proved very safe.
The properties of gold are very unique. First, gold does not corrode and does not lose volume. In addition, gold is a rare metal, difficult to mine and the supply is finite. As a monetary metal, gold has maintained its purchasing power throughout history.
Gold bars with a purity of more than 995/1000 are exempt from VAT.