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10 oz 24kt Gold Bullion Bars

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10 oz Gold Bars at BGASC

10 oz gold bars are considered medium-sized in the world of gold bars, with smaller and larger options available from various companies. While the selection of companies producing 10 oz gold bars is smaller compared to those producing 1 oz bars, they still offer a substantial investment opportunity.

Why 10 oz Gold Bars?

Investing in 10 oz gold bars represents a significant initial investment and a sizable addition to an existing investment portfolio. All our 10 oz gold bars boast a purity of .9999, usually stamped directly onto the bar along with the weight and mintmark.

With numerous producers offering 10 oz gold bars, prices may vary. However, the key consideration for investors is the 10-ounce weight and .9999 purity. As most investors aim to resell for profit, finding the lowest price is crucial.

Investing in 10 oz Gold Bars

Easy to handle and store, 10 oz gold bars, like their smaller counterparts, can fit securely almost anywhere. Contrary to common belief, owning a vault or lock box is not a requirement for investing in precious metals. A small, secure place in your residence is sufficient for keeping your gold bars safe.

Who Produces 10 oz Gold Bars?

As the weight of gold bars increases, the number of producers decreases. Only major producers offer 10 oz gold bars. While popular among serious investors, they are not as affordable as smaller options. Some reputable mints producing 10 oz gold bars include:

  • Perth Mint: Founded in 1899 in Australia, it remains a state-owned facility since 1970.
  • Credit Suisse: Established in 1856 in Switzerland, it started as a banking institution and later ventured into refining.
  • PAMP Suisse: Recognized as a leading bullion brand globally, known for high-quality products in gold, silver, platinum, and palladium.
  • Valcambi Suisse: Formed in 1961 in Switzerland, it was initially known as Valori & Cambi and later owned by Credit Suisse.
  • Asahi Refining: A Tokyo-based refiner that acquired the operations of Johnson-Matthey in 2016, expanding its presence in North America.

Buy 10 oz Gold Bars at BGASC

If you have any questions about gold bars, please feel free to ask. BGASC is available at 888-992-4272, online through our web chat, and via our email address.