For those who buy gold as a form of investment and protection against wild swings in financial markets, gold bullion bars are one of the most popular options. Part of what makes gold bars so popular is the wide array of designs, styles, and weights available. One of the more unique weights available for gold bars are those fractional-ounce weights that are often more common in gold bullion coin programs. Today, 1/4 oz Scotiabank Gold Bars are available to you online from JM Bullion.
- Available to you in individual assay card capsules!
- Comes with authenticating details on the assay!
- Contains 1/4 Troy oz of .9999 pure gold.
- The obverse features the Scotiabank logo.
- On the reverse are the inscriptions of the weight, purity, and metal content.
When you shop the selection of gold bars available from most authorized dealers, you will commonly find that gold bars range up to a maximum of 1 kilogram in weight as a minted ingot. LBMA bars can weigh as much as 400 Troy oz in total. The vast majority of gold bars sold through dealers like JM Bullion weigh 1 oz, 5 oz, or 10 oz. It is also common to see gold bars that have weights in grams, such as 1 Gram, 5 Gram, or 10 Gram bars. These types of 1/4 oz gold bars are relatively rare compared to those other options.
All of these 1/4 oz Scotiabank Gold Bars are available to you today with an individual assay capsule. This tamper-evident packaging is securely sealed by the mint and offers a capsule space at the center to house the gold bar itself. It is surrounded by the assay card that authenticates the details of the bar, such as the weight, purity, and metal content. As Secondary Market items, these did not come to JM Bullion directly from the mint and may feature wear and tear, minor flaws, or other signs of handling.
The obverse side of 1/4 oz Scotiabank Gold Bars comes with an image of the bank logo. The Scotiabank logo consists of a capital S that has a stylized globe at the center of the design element. There is also an inscription on this side that identifies the bank name.
On the reverse field of 1/4 oz Gold Barsare several inscriptions. These include the name of the Swiss mint that refined the bars, the weight, purity, and metal content, and also an assayer’s mark. These bars have a clean, clear background field on both sides behind the engravings and other inscriptions.
Scotiabank was founded in 1832, and today is one of Canada’s Big Five banks. It ranks third among these banks in many factors. It is behind Toronto-Dominion and the Royal Bank of Canada, and ahead of The Bank of Montreal and the Canadian Imperial Bank of Commerce. These bars were manufactured for Scotiabank by Valcambi Suisse.
Please contact JM Bullion with your questions about these gold bars. We are available at 800-276-6508, online using our live chat, and via our email address.