1g Gold Bar Heraeus


1 Gram Heraeus Gold Bar

Weight: 1.00 g
Purity: 999.9/1000
Country: Germany
Manufacturer: Heraeus
Packing: Single in Blister with Certificate

Buy price: 0.98362

Excl. Tax: € 61.09 Incl. Tax: € 61.09
Sell back price: € 53.49
Quantity Net Per Unit VAT Per Unit Gross Per Unit Premium  
1+ € 61.09 € 0.00 € 61.09 20.49%
20+ € 60.79 € 0.00 € 60.79 19.9%
50+ € 60.63 -€ 0.00 € 60.63 19.6%
100+ € 60.48 -€ 0.00 € 60.48 19.3%
Product Description

The 1g gold bar is the smallest size from Heraeus and has the fine weight of 1g gold with a purity of 999.9/1000. The bars are delivered individually packed.

Gold bars from Heraeus are high quality and ideal for gold investors. The bars come in a variety of different weights and can be purchased or sold at almost any precious metals dealer around the world.


1g gold bars are produced using the embossing process. In the first step, gold sheets are rolled to a certain thickness, from which the 1g gold bars are then punched and stamped. The technique deviates from the production of larger embossed gold bars, since they have higher weights and thus a different machining process. After embossing, the gold bars are individually wrapped.


Heraeus is one of the world's most respected companies in the precious metal and gold bullion sector. The German family business was founded by Wilhelm Carl Heraeus in 1851 in Hanau. Heraeus today records annual sales of several billion euros per year. The portfolio consists of all standard investment bars and Kinebars, which are forgery-proof.

The Price of Gold Bars

The current gold price and the premium determine the price of gold bars. The gold “spot” price is the most important factor to consider when buying gold. The gold spot price is largely determined by supply and demand, as gold is traded all over the world on the different global exchanges.

The markup or “premium” is the sum of the cost and margin of the producers and sellers of gold bullion products. Costs include, insurance, security, storage  transport and manufacturing costs.


Gold bars with a purity of at least 995/1000 are exempt from VAT. Heraeus gold bars have a fineness of 999.9/1000.