Gold bars represent an investment product, weighing less than 1g and guaranteed fineness of 999.9.
They are most commonly made in weights of 1g, 2g, 5g, 10g, 20g, 50g, 100g, 250g, 500g and 1000g.
Following the needs and demands of modern investors, manufacturers also offered split gold leverage on the market.
The gold levers are manufactured using the technique of forging and casting techniques.
The forging technique is a production process in which protective elements are imprinted on the spinning golden lugs. Every golden lever on it has the name and logo of the manufacturer, the identification number, the weight and the fineness.
All the above elements provide the highest level of security while shopping.
The gold levers produced by the forging technique have clear contours, ideal edges and sharp prints.
The second production process is casting technique.
The gold levers in this production process are formed by placing pure gold in finished molds with imprinted protective elements.
These levers have no clear edges, the inscriptions are not sharp and the contours have a rounded look.
Gold bars 1g, 2g and 5g
They fall into the category of small investment products.