20g Gold Bar Heraeus with Certificate
|Packing:||Single in Blister with Certificate|
Buy price: 17.81428
|Quantity||Net Per Unit||VAT Per Unit||Gross Per Unit||Premium|
|1+||€ 1,071.28||€ 0.00||€ 1,071.28||7%|
20g Heraeus gold bars have a fineness of 999.9/1000, with a fine weight of 20g gold. The bars come with a Heraeus certificate which is enclosed in the packaging.
Heraeus gold bars are some of the highest quality gold bullion products on the market today. The bars are ideal for all types of gold investors. Heraeus gold bars also have excellent brand name recognition, which makes the bars easy to buy and sell anywhere in the world.
Manufacture and Appearance
The production of 20g Heraeus gold bars begins with the rolling of gold plates and sheets, until a certain strength is reached. From the finished material the blanks are punched out where the bars receive their final shape. As a last step, each bar is embossed with the fine weight, fineness, precious metal and the manufacturer.
Heraeus is one of Germany's largest family-owned companies, with annual sales of several billion euros. It was founded in 1851 by Wilhelm Carl Heraeus in Hanau, where the company still has its headquarters. The Heraeus portfolio includes all standard sizes of gold bars: 1kg, 50g, 250g, 100g, 50g, 1oz, 20g, 10g, 5g and 1g.
Price & Value
The price of Heraeus 20g gold bars is determined at the time of purchase by the current gold price and the premium. Gold is traded on the stock exchanges of the world, which is why the gold price is subject to constant fluctuations. For this reason, the time of purchase is crucial to get the best price possible.
The premium is the sum of the cost and margin of the manufacturers and sellers. Pemium’s can vary depending on the dealer you choose. However, always buy from a dealer who has a proven track record. It’s always a good idea to develop a relationship with your gold bullion dealer. This makes the buyback process easy if you decide to sell your bullion back to the dealer in the future.
Gold bars are exempt from VAT if they have a fineness of at least 995/1000.