10 gm Gold Bar (Blemished)*
- * Blemished simply means it has a few scratches. It does not impact on the value and you would receive exactly the same for them when sold to anyone.
- Small gold bars such as the 10 gram bar are one of the most popular ways to buy gold.
All our gold bars are from London Bullion Market Association approved refiners.
- Gold Content: 0.32148
- Minimum Gross Weight: 10 g
- Purity: 0.9999
- Dimensions(mm): 25.4 x 15.4 x 1.60
The 10g gold bar is one of the main standard weights of gold bars in the global market. The largest of the standard weights is 1kg and smallest 0.3g, which makes the 10g gold bar a mid-range product and popular for those with smaller budgets.
Gold bars have been a mainstay of precious metal trading since many thousands of years BCE, although in a very different and unrefined form than those we are used to in the present day. Improvements in the technology of refinement led to the types of gold bars we would identify in the common era, but it wasn’t until just a few centuries ago that standard weights became globally widespread.
Investment in gold shot up after the financial crisis of 2008, and as a result the price of gold spiked. Although this was clearly not sustainable in the longer term, gold remains a potentially highly profitable option for investors, with a value that has remained stable across the centuries.
Gold bars can be produced at any size, with the largest measuring 45.5cm and 17cm high. It weighs a massive 250kg, about the size of a small lion. By comparison, 10g gold bars measure 25.4mm by 15.4mm and 1.6mm high. The 10g gold bar is a lot more affordable, however, than the record breaking “ingot”, which is valued at over $10m.
Goldinvestments.co.uk gold bars are all of at least 0.9999% purity and come from London Bullion Market Association approved refineries. This verification process is essential to ensure that the product you are buying is of the highest quality and value. One of the oldest vendors in the country, we are happy to provide advice and information from our London based office. Feel free to contact us with any questions you may have.