Please note that Johnson Matthey made several variations in several different locations throughout the years. This image is a representation of the bar you will receive, but designs may vary.
One of the most valuable gold precious metal products in the world is a 1 Kilo gold bar. Products in this weight are coveted because they offer the greatest combination of weight and affordability. From one of the foremost producers of gold over the past century and a half, Johnson Matthey Gold Bars long represented a standard of excellence in the precious metals industry. Right now, 1 Kilo Johnson Matthey Gold Bars are available to purchase online from JM Bullion.
- Arrives in protective plastic.
- Contains 1 Kilo (32.15 Troy oz) of .9999 pure gold.
- Obverse features engravings of mint logo and identifying markers.
- Reverse left blank on purpose.
There are varying reasons behind the products that investors select when buying gold and other precious metal products. The 1 Kilo Johnson Matthey Gold Bar is viewed by many as a great value for its balance between weight and size, and affordability.
On the whole, 1 Kilo Gold Bars have a better price-per-ounce than smaller gold bars. At the same time, these 1 Kilo Johnson Matthey Gold Bars are easy to store even for their heavier weight. Gold continues to increase in popularity as market volatility continues in the modern era. As a safe-haven metal, gold provides stability while maintaining its intrinsic value even when markets are strong.
The obverse of each of these Johnson Matthey Gold Bars includes the image of the mints logo at the top of the bar. All engravings are arranged vertically from the top to the bottom of the bars obverse face. The Johnson Matthey logo is an oval shape and features Johnson Matthey around the top and SLC around the bottom. The purity of the gold is engraved in the center, with fine gold below the logo. The weight of the bar is engraved along the bottom.
Johnson Matthey gold bars are no longer being produced by the London-based company. For almost two centuries, the company was involved in the trade and production of precious metal goods. As of 2015, the company made the decision to exit the precious metals industry. Johnson Matthey gold bars have long been a standard, but are no longer produced.
The sale of Johnson Mattheys precious metals facilities in Canada and the United States was completed in June 2015. Tokyo-based precious metal firm Asai Holdings bought two refining facilities and a laboratory belonging to Johnson Matthey, which means there will no longer be gold or silver bars produced by the British firm.
If you have any questions, please feel free to contact JM Bullion. Our customer service team is available at 800-276-6508, on the web via our live chat feature, and through our email address.