The term bullion refers to gold coins and bars minted after the confiscation of 1933. These include widely held coins such as the South African Krugerrand, the Canadian Maple Leaf, the American Eagle, the Chinese Panda, and bars by the best known minters including Johnson Matthey, Credit Suisse, and Pamp Suisse. These well-known instruments allow investors and institutions to move easily in and out of bullion swiftly and safely. Bullion value, be it coins or bars, relies solely on its weight in gold and the price per ounce. The price of bullion is based on the spot price of gold plus a premium or commission. It can, however, be purchased closer to the spot price than any other types of gold. Bullion coins are available in various denominations and bars in varying weights from ounces and grams to pounds and kilos.
Recommended Gold Bullion
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