Investment gold bars
Gold bars are the usual stock and investment form for fine gold. There are gold bars of different sizes and different bars. Usually there are fine gold bars in the weight units 1g, 5g, 10g, 20g, 1 ounce (31.1g), 50g, 100g, 250g, 500g and 1000g. The smaller the ingot, the higher the price per g of gold weight, since the production of large and small ingots is almost the same work or cost. For pure financial investors it is therefore advisable to buy as large individual gold bars as possible. For those who wish to purchase gold as crises or emergency reserve or as flexible as possible during a later sale, it is advisable to purchase smaller coins or gold plates.
1000g gold bars / 1kg fine bar / 1kg Plant Gold Bar
1kg gold bars are produced and offered by almost all gold refineries. The ingots are generally not formed from blanks, but are poured from pre-weighed fine granules weighing exactly 1000 g. After the casting is then the fine weight, the purity (999,9), the logo of the manufacturer and possibly a serial number are punched. However, some manufacturers also offer embossed designs for the large 1kg bars, but these are significantly more scratch-sensitive than cast ingots. The price increase of kilo bars is very close to the pure gold value, since the cost of embossing is hardly significant because of the relatively high material value.
1000g bars are ideal for buyers who want to invest a five-digit amount in gold and consider this either as pure financial investment, pension provision or inflation hedging. Many investors, especially those who consider gold as part of their retirement plans, also split their purchases into different bullion sizes to sell only as much gold as they need in money at a later sale. At MILLHOUSE CAPITAL, you can buy and sell gold bars at any time at the current price.
Standard gold bar 400oz
In addition to gold bars for private investors, there are still so-called standard trading bars with a weight of 400oz (approx. 12.44kg), which are usually only manufactured for industrial processors, central banks or large investors (funds). In principle, the larger the individual ingot, the lower the embossing fee per gram of the contained gold.
Standard bars - it does not get any bigger
Gold standard bars are in the banking business weight units of 400 ounces, barely 12.4 kilos. These standard bars are not customary in retail banking, even in the case of a very large total business volume. These are usually used for submission to the LBMA (London Bullion Metal Association) or for gold trading between banks / central banks.
Normal bar of the precious metal trade for medium to large assets is the gold kilo bars. This weight unit is available in various dimensions and also with a wide range of different brands. It is not always the first and largest company on the gold bar that produced it. As a rule, production is limited to only a few precious metal processors worldwide, which are licensed under license. Gold bars for dealers and banks in their name. This is the case where Deutsche Bank gold bars or Commerzbank, Credit Swiss or UBS gold bars are often found.
The normal trading bar with respect to most of the business is found in the weight range of the 50 and 100 grams of gold bars. Here, the extra money is still justifiably low - at the same time the unit handy and a resale of also smaller partial quantities easily possible. 50 grams of gold bars as well as 100 grams of gold bars are therefore among the best sellers in the precious metal trade.
At MILLHOUSE CAPITAL, you will receive gold bars of the following production !
Embossing Heraeus Gold Bar:
From the German manufacturer Heraeus we offer embossed gold bars of the sizes 1g to 1kg. Also, Kinebar Gold Bar Argor Heraeus of weights 1g to 1oz.
Fine gold ingot from Valcambi 1g to 1000g:
These ingots come from the production of Valcambi, one of the largest and most prestigious LBMA certified gold ingots in the world. The bars bear the CHI ESSAYEUR FONDEUR mark of Valcambi.
Greengold Bar of Valcambi:
These ingots are embossed gold ingots, which are very important for the sustainability of the finery used, as well as for the gentle handling of energy and water.
ESG Fairtrade Gold Bars:
The fair trade gold used for this ingot comes from a fair trade certified gold mine in Peru. The fair trade bonus allows the Goldmine Cooperative to invest sustainably in the improvement of living conditions on the ground. In a subsequent sale of fairtrade gold bars to the ESG, 2.50 Euro more is paid per g fair trade gold than for normal gold bars, so that the premium-related additional price later relativizes itself again.
Casting MILLHOUSE CAPITAL gold bars made from recycled gold:
Our cast gold bars are made in recycled gold in Russia. The bars are made of high-purity, 99.99% fine gold and are punctured as a classic investment gold bar "Russia" with manufacturer, weight as well as fineness. Many buyers prefer cast gold bars because they have a less sensitive surface than embossed bars with a high-gloss finish.
Umicore Gold Bars:
The company Umicore took over the precious metals activities of the DEGUSSA in 2014 and has shaped Umicore logo since the bar. Since the Umicore Group is one of the largest European recycling companies for electronic waste, the bars are manufactured from Urban Mining secondary metals.
Degussa Gold Bars:
The traditional Degussa separated from all precious metal business areas in 2004 and evolved into Evonic. Since 2011, however, there has been a revival of Degussa bars since a Swiss billionaire has acquired the name rights and since then has been able to produce bars with the well-known logo at various embossing shops for marketing reasons for his numerous gold and sales shops, which operate under the name of Degussa Goldhandel. Depending on availability, we sell both old resale bars from genuine Degussa production, as well as new trade bars in Degussa-like-look.
Border Refinery Elephant Bar:
Apart from the world-famous Goldcoin Krügerrand, the South African Embassy also produces gold bars. We distribute the embossed version with elephant motif embossed on the back.
Perth Mint Kangaroo Ingot:
The Australian Perth Mint produces blistered gold bars with kangaroo motifs. These are very popular in the gift section.
PAMP Gold Bar:
From the Swiss embossing station PAMP we carry Fortuna gold bars of the weights 0.3g to 1oz, as well as numerous motif bars.
Resale Trade Gold Bar 1g to 1kg:
Resale bars are commercial gold bars from the purchase of MILLHOUSE CAPITAL. These are controlled bars of the manufacturers Umicore, Heraeus, Argor, Metalor, Credit Suisse, UBS, Pamp, Valcambi, Degussa, Heimerle + Meule, Agosi, C.Haffner, Nadir, PIM, / Quality controls, we can guarantee the gold purity and the exact weight of each individual bar. As with print-fresh or older banknotes, it also does not matter with the value of gold bars whether they are embossed or already traded.
In principle, it is irrelevant for the value of a gold bar, in which embossing institution it was cast or embossed. Gold is gold. Some gold smelters have registered at London's LBMA, the London Gold Exchange, but since only industrial standard gold bars with a weight of 12.44 kg (400 ounces) are physically traded, this is rather irrelevant for private investors. In the case of a resale, the bank or the precious metal trader or the Scheideanstalt, which is supplied with the gold ingots, will check the bars for weight and fines anyway, and the equivalent value will not be paid until afterwards.
Furthermore, we offer gold bars of the 10 largest gold producers in world, in 3 of them we hold stake.
10. Sibanye Gold (49.4 tonnes in 2014)
Sibanye Gold is a South African company which operates exclusively indigenous production sites. The business of Sibanye Gold has increased enormously in recent years. In 2014 gold production amounted to 49.4 tonnes.
9. Polyus Gold International (52.8 tonnes)
Polyus Gold International, a subsidiary of MMC Norilsk Nickel, is the largest producer of gold in Russia. The company has approximately 12,500 employees and is based in Moscow. In 2014, Polyus subsidized 52.8 tonnes of gold.
8. Goldfields (63.6 tonnes)
The predecessor of the South African company was founded in 1887. Its facilities are located among others. In Peru, Australia and South Africa. Overall, Goldfields produced 63.6 tonnes in 2014.
7. Newcrest mining (72.4 tonnes)
Newcrest Mining is a gold mining company based in Melbourne. The company has an annual turnover of more than € 4 billion.
6. Navoi Mining and Metallurgical Combine (73 tons)
Navoi Mining and Metallurgical Combine from Uzbekistan is one of the world's largest producers of uranium and gold. The lesser known company is not listed on one of the major international exchanges. The annual production of gold amounted to 73 tonnes in 2014.5. Kinross Gold (82.2 tonnes)
Kinross Gold is an international company dedicated to the promotion of precious metals. With Russia, South America, Africa and the USA, Kinross production plants are located almost all over the world. Gold production in 2014 was 82.2 tonnes.
4. Gold corp (89.3 tons)
The Canadian company is one of the fastest growing companies in the industry. Goldcorp is listed on the US S & P Index and has a gold production of 89.3 tonnes with its approximately 9,000 employees.
3. AngloGold Ashanti (138 tonnes)
With a total weight of 138 tons of gold in 2014, AngloGold Ashanti is the largest money producer in South Africa. With more than 62,000 employees, the Group generates sales of € 56.6 billion.
2. Newmont Mining (150.7 tons)
Newmont Mining is also internationally established with its production facilities in Asia, Africa, Australia and North and South America. The total production is 150.7 tons in 2014.
1. Barrick Gold (194.4 tons)
Barrick Gold is the industry priory, which is also active worldwide. In addition to gold, silver, copper and zinc are also mined. With its approximately 40,000 employees, the listed company from Canada generates sales revenues of approximately € 7.3 billion per year. In 2014 the total weight of gold production amounted to 194.4 tonnes.