Heraeus bar has a purity of 999.9 fine gold and is available in 100g, 250g, 500g and 1000g variants. Its design changes since 2013.
Argor Heraeus gold bar is available in all variants from 1 Gram to 1 Kilogram. Each cast or minted bar has a purity of 999.9 gold.
Contains a purity of 999.9 gold. It is available in a variety of weights: 5g, 10g, 20g, 1oz, 50g, 100g, 250g, 500g and 1kg.
Royal Canadian Mint
RCM gold bars are available in three variants: 1oz, 10oz and 1kg. These gold bars have 999.9 pure gold composition.
PAMP gold bar products are available in 1 gram to 1 kg. These bars contain a purity of 999.9.
ABC Bullion gold bar has a finest of 999.9 gold. It is available in 1oz, 2oz, tael bar, 5oz, 10oz, 100g, 250g, 500g and 1kg.
Valcambi gold bar is composed of 999.9 pure gold. Its popular variants include 20g, 50g, 1oz and 100g.
American Eagle (US Mint)
Holding USD 50 value, the American Eagle coin is composed of 91.67% gold. It is offered in 1/10 oz to 1 oz denomination.
American Buffalo (US Mint)
Having a composition of 99.99% pure gold, the American Buffalo coin is a
Australian Kangaroo (The Perth Mint)
Depicting Australia’s icon, the Australian Kangaroo gold coin comes in 99.99% pure gold finish. It holds AUD 100 face value.
Austrian Philharmonic (Austrian Mint)
Inspired by the world-renowned Vienna Philharmonic Orchestra, the Austrian Philharmonic gold coin is composed of 99.99% pure gold and holds a EUR 100 value.
British Britannia (The Royal Mint)
The British Britannia is recognized as a legal tender, possessing a face value of GBP 100. It has a purity of 99.99% gold.
Canadian Maple (The Royal Canadian Mint)
The Canadian Maple gold holds a value of CAD 50, contains 99.99% gold and features Queen Elizabeth II and maple leaf on each side.
Chinese Panda (Chinese Central Mint)
Unlike other bullion coins, the coin issued by the People’s Republic of China has a design that changes yearly. It is 99.99% pure gold.
South African Krugerrand (Rand Refinery and South African Mint)
The South African Krugerrand was the first bullion coin to be produced. It was first issued in 1967 and contains 91.67% pure gold.