1 oz Gold Bars

These 1 oz gold bars are 24 karat pure gold bars & a great way to start or diversify a precious metals portfolio. Read more about 1 oz gold bars by clicking here.

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  1. 1 oz Gold Bar - Hallmark Varies
    As low as $2,015.96
  2. 1 oz Gold Perth Mint Cast Bar
    As low as $2,018.56
  3. 1 oz Gold Valcambi Bar
    As low as $2,023.56
  4. 1 oz Gold Perth Bar
    As low as $2,023.56
  5. 1 oz Gold Credit Suisse Bar
    As low as $2,024.56
  6. 1 oz Gold Royal Canadian Mint Bar
    As low as $2,024.56
  7. 2023 1 oz Gold Heraeus Lunar Rabbit Bar
    As low as $2,034.56
  8. 1 oz Gold PAMP Suisse Bar
    As low as $2,033.56
  9. 1 oz Gold PAMP Suisse Fortuna Bar
    As low as $2,038.56
  10. 1 oz Gold Argor-Heraeus Kinebar
    As low as $2,035.56
  11. 1 oz Gold Valcambi CombiBar (10 x .1 oz bars)
    As low as $2,115.96
    Out of stock
  12. 1 oz Gold Bar - No Assay Card
    $1,998.56
    Out of stock
  13. 1 oz Gold Argor-Heraeus Bar
    As low as $2,021.16
    Out of stock
  14. 1 oz Gold Metalor Bar
    As low as $2,021.16
    Out of stock
  15. 1 oz Gold Sunshine Mint Bar
    As low as $2,050.96
    Out of stock
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Investing in Gold with 1 oz. Bars

The 1 oz gold bars that are offered here by the United States Gold Bureau come within an air-tight assay card that guarantees the quality and purity. Buying gold 1 Troy oz bars (31.1 grams), are a perfect starting point or addition to a precious metals portfolio since they are easy to store and liquidate as-needed. Our 1 oz gold bars come from a variety of highly recognized and widely traded manufacturers including Credit Suisse, International Trade Bullion, PAMP Suisse, and Royal Canadian Mint to ensure the highest quality gold content and purity. Each gold bar comes in a durable assay card for long-term storage and safe-keeping. Many bars are stamped with the exact weight, fineness, and an individual serial number. The 1 oz bars are about the same size as a military dog tag which makes them an ideal size for storing in quantity.

The 1 Troy oz gold bar is the most common size of gold bars and they are traded around the world, even in countries using the metric system. A Troy ounce contains 31.1 grams and is the unit of measure used for precious metals, as opposed to the avoirdupois ounce more commonly used in grocery stores that contain only 28.35 grams.

Gold bars often have a lower price premium over market “spot price” than gold bullion coins and are valued based on the spot price derived from the gold-trading markets around the world. Precious metals like gold are often used to diversify investment portfolios and hedge against inflation and economic downturn.

Gold bars offer a highly liquid investment at a lower premium than gold coins. Gold in the form of 1 oz bars is a sound investment for anyone looking to add precious metals to their collections or portfolio. And some of the 1 oz. gold bars we have in stock can be held in a self-directed IRA account, which can help to diversify your portfolio for the future. Call the United States Gold Bureau today at (800) 775-3504 to learn more about how you can take advantage of having gold in your IRA or Roth IRA.

1 oz. Gold Bars in Our Inventory

The United States Gold Bureau has a wide selection of 1 oz. gold bars available for you to purchase. We have a variety of hallmarks available. Each 1 oz. gold bar we have in stock is refined and struck from 24 karat gold and has the exact purity and weight stamped on it before being sealed in an assay card.

With every purchase, we guarantee that every 1 oz. gold bar is made of one full troy ounce of .999+ fine gold and are individually sealed in an assay card to protect the bar against wear and to preserve your investment or collection item for years to come. The assay card also acts as a guarantee of the bar’s purity and metal content.

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