When you buy gold bars, it is common to see Valcambi Suisse products on the market. The Swiss refiner produces some of the leading gold and silver bullion programs in the world. In some cases, Valcambi teams with other members of the financial world to produce gold bullion bars with specific brand images. Such is the case with the impressive Scotiabank Series of gold bullion. Today, 1 oz Scotiabank Gold Bars are available to you online from JM Bullion.
- Available to you inside of sealed assay packages!
- Capsule space for the bar and assay details!
- Contains 1 Troy oz of .9999 pure gold.
- On the obverse is the Scotiabank seal.
- The reverse features the name of Scotiabank.
Scotiabank may not directly produce its own gold bars and other precious metal items, it is involved in the precious metals industry through its ScotiaMocatta division. Scotiabank is a member of the London Bullion Market Association and participates in London gold fixing as one of 15 accredited member institutions. The bank is one of Canada’s Big Five Banks and holds assets of $1998 billion.
All of the 1 oz Scotiabank Gold Bars available through this JM Bullion listing come in secondary market condition from the mint with sealed, protective packaging. Valcambi Suisse packages each gold bar individually in its own plastic assay card. The assay card includes the authenticating details of the gold bar, along with a number of security features that include, but are not limited to, individual serial numbers, tamper-evident seals, and an assayer’s signature. Secondary Market bars may show signs of wear and tear, handling, and production flaws. JM Bullion did not receive these directly from the original refiner.
On the obverse of each Scotiabank Gold Bar is the logo for one of Canada’s largest banks. Scotiabank can trace its history back to 1832 when it was founded in Halifax, Nova Scotia. The first US-based branch for Scotiabank was a location opened in Minneapolis, Minnesota, in 1885. Since then, Scotiabank has grown to become one of Canada’s so-called Big Five Banks. The Scotiabank logo is simple in concept and consists of a stylized letter “S” with a stylized globe at the center of the letter. The name of the bank is inscribed beneath this.
The reverse field of the 1 oz Scotiabank Gold Bar comes with a classic inscription of the Scotiabank name. The bank’s name is inscribed in a classic, block text. Other markings on this face of the bar include the weight, metal content, and purity of the piece.
Valcambi Suisse is one of Switzerland’s largest refiners of precious metals. The company started out as Valori & Cambi in 1961 when it was founded in Balerna, Switzerland. Through various mergers and acquisitions, including by Credit Suisse, it came to take on its modern form.
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