Republic Metals Corp 1 OZ Pure Gold Bar 999.9 Fine
Republic Metals Corporation bills itself as the most technologically advanced precious metals refinery in North America. Its products are designed and struck by highly trained professionals using state-of-the-art facilities that RMC has spent years building and perfecting. Right now, the popular 1 oz Republic Metals Corporation Gold Bar is available to purchase from Lovable Collectibles.
- Contains 1 oz of .9999 pure gold.
- Struck in the United States using locally sourced gold.
- Features an individual serial number and assay for authentication.
- Eligible for use in Precious Metal IRA accounts.
- Individual bars ship in tamper-evident, sealed protective plastic.
Gold bars have long been a popular method for storing wealth. While modern investors and collectors have a lot of options to choose from, the 1 oz gold bar remains a popular choice for its ease of storage and affordable pricing compared to larger bars and bulk coin purchases.
On the obverse side of the 1 oz Republic Metals Corporation Gold Bar is the official corporate logo. The logo itself forms the letters RMC, with the M split in the middle by an iron rod that pours molten gold into a furnace for smelting. The bars weight, metal content, and purity are engraved on this side, along with an assayers mark and individual serial number.
The reverse side of this 1 oz Gold Bar features the full name of the refinery, Republic Metals Corporation, at a 45-degree angle , with a repeating pattern that consists of the RMC logo along the rest of the bar in a similar diagonal orientation.
Republic Metals Corporation was founded in 1980 in Florida by Richard Rubin. Using an initial investment of just $2,500, the company has grown into one of the largest full-service refineries in North America. Thanks to RMCs proprietary state-of-the-art technology, it was the first gold refiner in the United States to receive a Green Refining Technology certification. RMCs main facility is in Miami, with additional facilities in New York City and Los Angeles.