1 oz Asahi Gold Bar
as low as $2,083.81
Beautiful World Class Design!
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Gold, the most coveted precious metal for investors and collectors, boasts numerous examples of refined excellence in the form of gold bars, coins, and rounds. The 1 oz Asahi Gold Bar minted by Asahi Refining, is a rising global brand with a wide variety of gold and silver bullion products.
Key Features of the Bar:
- Contains 1 Troy oz of .9999 pure gold.
- Obverse side displays unique identifying markers.
- Reverse side showcases the Asahi Refining logo in a repeating design.
- Manufactured by Asahi Refining.
- Eligible for Precious Metal IRAs.
For centuries, mankind has relied on precious metals to safeguard wealth. In the past, gold served as the world’s currency and was used for various transactions. While it is no longer used as a primary currency today, gold remains highly sought-after as a means of protecting wealth against stock market volatility.
Each 1 oz Asahi Refining Gold Bar is a brand-new product offered by the Japanese company. These bars are securely packaged in plastic and feature the Asahi Refining brand. Additionally, each bar comes with an assay card.
The obverse side of the bar presents a range of engravings. The top section features the Asahi Refining logo, followed by details of the bar’s metal content, purity, and weight in Troy ounces. At the bottom, you’ll find a nameplate displaying the individual serial number of the bar.
On the reverse side of the 1 oz Asahi Refining Gold Bar, a simple yet elegant repeating pattern is set at a 45-degree angle. This pattern incorporates the stylized letters “A” and “R,” seamlessly merged into one.
Asahi Refining, a new division of the Asahi Company headquartered in Tokyo, Japan, has a rich history dating back to its establishment in 1952. Initially focused on procuring and refining precious metals from recycled sources, Asahi acquired the former Johnson Matthey refineries in North America when the British multinational company withdrew from the precious metals industry after more than 150 years of operation.