Gold rounds are a unique form of gold for sale to investors. While silver often comes in the form of rounds, gold is more commonly limited to gold bullion coins and gold bullion bars. Gold rounds offer an exciting option for those looking to purchase pure gold in different forms. Today, 1 oz Scotiabank Gold Rounds are available to you online from JM Bullion.
- Available to you in an assay blisterpack!
- Refined in Switzerland!
- Contains 1 Troy oz of .9999 pure gold.
- Obverse and reverse fields have the same design elements.
- Includes the Scotiabank logo.
Although these gold bullion rounds are produced in Switzerland, the primary design element on each side is that of the logo for Scotiabank. The Toronto-based bank is the third-largest Canadian bank when measured by total deposits and market capitalization. Together with four other major Canadian banks, Scotiabank forms part of the Big Five banks in Canada.
All of these 1 oz Scotiabank Gold Rounds are available as secondary market items from Valcambi Suisse. These gold rounds are individually packaged in assay blisterpacks. The blisterpack protects the gold round in a sealed environment and includes assay information on the card included within the pack. The front side of the assay card comes with the Scotiabank name and logo, while the other side of the card offers authenticating details on the weight, fineness, and metal content of the rounds. Secondary market items are those received by JM Bullion from a source other than the original producer. As a result, the bars may show varying levels of wear and tear or flaws.
Obverse design elements on the Scotiabank Gold Round focus on the Scotiabank logo at the center. The logo of the bank comes with a large, stylized “S.” At the central cross-section of the capital “S” is a stylized globe, symbolizing the Canadian bank’s global reach. Inscriptions around the design rim on the obverse identify the mint of issue, as well as the metal content, weight, and purity of the rounds.
Reverse visuals on the 1 oz Scotiabank Gold Round include all of the same elements from the obverse face. The bank logo is at the center with the same inscriptions surrounding it on the rim of the design field.
Scotiabank was founded in 1832 in Halifax, Nova Scotia. The bank was authorized and incorporated by the Legislative Assembly of Nova Scotia and remained headquartered in the city of Halifax until 1900 when it relocated to Toronto.
Valcambi Suisse is the mint behind the production of these stunning gold rounds. Valcambi is located in Balerna, Switzerland, and was founded in May 1961.
We encourage JM Bullion customers to reach out to us with inquiries about our gold for sale. You can call us on the phone at 800-276-6508, chat with us live online, or simply send us an email with your inquiries.