Johnson Matthey was one of the worlds foremost refiners and assayers of gold and silver in the world. For more than 200 years, Johnson Matthey served as an assayer for the likes of the Bank of England and produced bullion products for banks and investors. Among the many product lineups from Johnson Matthey were its larger cast bars in gold and silver. Right now, 20 oz Johnson Matthey Gold Bars are available to purchase online from JM Bullion.
- Arrives inside of shipping boxes with protective wrapping materials!
- Produced by Johnson Matthey!
- Cast gold bars!
- Contains 20 Troy oz of .999+ pure gold content.
- The obverse side features stamped markings of the Johnson Matthey logo and identifying details.
- On the reverse is a textured field reflective of the cooling and settling process during production.
Each of the 20 oz Johnson Matthey Gold Bars available in this product listing comes to you with protective packaging to ensure the safe transportation of the bars. Each one is housed in a standard shipping box with protective wrapping around the bar to prevent any damage. These gold bars are available as cast bars.
Cast gold bars for sale are produced using some of the oldest refining tactics known to humanity. In order to produce a cast gold bar, gold is first melted down to its liquid state and then poured into a prefabricated mold. These molds are made from heat-resistant materials to ensure the integrity of the cast. Each one is made with specific dimensions to ensure a specific weight of the end product. Cast gold bars often come with design elements only present on one side of the bar.
The obverse side of these 20 oz Johnson Matthey Gold Bars include the Johnson Matthey name at the top. The other elements featured on this side include the metal content and weight of the bar, as well as its purity. The purity is, in most cases, located within the oval shape that constitutes the Johnson Matthey logo. All inscriptions on this side of the gold bar struck incuse into the surface of the bar, sinking the design elements below the surface of the item.
On the reverse field of 20 oz Johnson Matthey Gold Bars is a blank field. During the production process of cast gold bars, only one side is typically accessible for the inscription of design elements or other identifying text. As such, you will often find that cast gold bars have design elements on only one side. That does not, however, mean there are no visual elements on this side. As the gold cools and settles in the mold, it often leaves behind striations and other patterns on the reverse of the bar.
If you have any questions, wed be happy to help. JM Bullion customer service can assist you at 800-276-6508, online through our live chat, and using our email address.