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    250 Gram Argor Heraeus Cast Gold Bar (New w/ Assay)
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    250 Gram PAMP Suisse Gold Bar (New, Cast w/ Assay)
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    500 Gram PAMP Suisse Gold Bar (New, Cast w/ Assay)
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    250 Gram Gold Bars at JM Bullion

    When it comes to buying gold bars, you’ll find that the market has a lot of options to offer investors. Gold bars are more commonly sold in Gram-based whens than their silver counterparts, with weights ranging from 1 gram on the low end to 250 gram, 500 gram, and even 1 Kilogram on the high end. 

    Common Features

    Given the cost of bars weighing 250 grams, 500 grams, or even 1 Kilogram, there are few bars that are produced with the interests of collectors in mind. The vast majority of these large gold bars are made for investors and most are cast or poured gold bars. The two types look similar in appearance and feature blank reverse fields, simple markings on the obverse, and stamped hallmarks that are sunk into the field. It is common, though not an assurance, for most gold bars this size to feature a serial number. The most common markings will be a mint logo or mark, the weight, the purity, and the metal content.

    Producers

    250 gram gold bars are commonly struck by some of the most well-known mints in the world. This list includes, but is not limited to, the likes of PAMP Suisse, Valcambi Suisse, and Argor-Heraeus.

    Invest in 250 Gram Gold Bars with JM Bullion

    If you have any questions about gold bars of this size, please feel free to ask. JM Bullion customer service is available at 800-276-6508, online using our web chat, and via our email address. You can also visit our Payment Methods page if you have any questions about acceptable forms of payment.