As low as $69.99 per oz over spot!
There’s nothing better than a product with the history of a company founded over 150 years ago. Credit Suisse first opened its doors long before planes and automobiles crisscrossed the globe, and continues its operations today as one of the preeminent precious metal refiners and financial institutions in the world. Right now, you c... Read More
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As low as $59.99 per oz over spot!
Credit Suisse is one of the preeminent refineries in the world today. The oldest operating facility in Switzerland, Credit Suisse has had a large profile in the precious metals industry for more than a century. Today, it is the producer of one of the finest gold bullion products, including those which meet the standards of Good Deliv... Read More
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Credit Suisse is a publicly traded bank located in Zurich, Switzerland. This company is one of the oldest in the world of precious metals, having been in existence for over 150 years. Credit Suisse is particularly desirable among gold and silver investors due to its impeccable reputation. Liberty bars from Credit Suisse feature a depiction of the Statue of Liberty and are some of the most popular gold products in the industry.
Credit Suisse is able to suit the needs of just about every type of investor as their gold bars range from being as small as 2 grams, to as large as 10 ounces, with a few sizes in between. Both our 2 and 20 gram Credit Suisse gold bars feature the aforementioned Statue of Liberty design.
Nowadays, there is a large number of counterfeit gold bars on the open market being passed off as authentic bars. Credit Suisse, and many other gold bar-producing companies for that matter, are aware of this and do everything in their power to ensure the authenticity of the bar you purchase.
Many of our smaller Credit Suisse gold bars, such as the 2 gram and one ounce varieties, are accompanied by an assay card that both guarantees that the bar is authentic and also protects the bar in its plastic casing. Larger Credit Suisse gold bars, instead of an assay card, are stamped with a serial number which is unique to your bar and your bar only. This serial number can be verified by Credit Suisse.