Valcambi is a mint from Switzerland who has been in business for over 50 years. The original name of the company was Valori & Cambi until the names were later combined and shortened to the name of the company we are familiar with today. Since the beginning, Valcambi has been in the precious metals industry as a refinery and over the course of a half decade not much has changed.
Our Valcambi gold bars come in a variety of sizes ranging from small to large as to suit any type of investor. Every Valcambi gold bar displays the company's mintmark, as well as the .9999 purity and the weight.
Valcambi is based in Balerna, Switzerland which is in the Southeastern part of the country, not too far from the Northern part of Italy. They were first founded in 1961 under another name and after a few years Valcambi's name was changed to its current name and the company was already expanding rapidly. Only a few years after the company was founded, Valcambi was purchased by Credit Suisse, another Swiss mint. After a short while, Credit Suisse vacated its position in the bullion industry and Valcambi's name was changed once again.
Nowadays they are based in the same part of Switzerland where they were founded and say they are dedicated to diversifying their product offering and expanding their influence in the precious metals industry.
Valcambi produces gold bars across a range of weights that is not as uniform as what you would find with other mints around the world. Perhaps the most uniform gold bar Valcambi produces is their one ounce variety, of which is usually accompanied with assay.
The strangest, most unique bar offered by Valcambi is their 50 gram CombiBar. This bar officially weighs 50 grams and is actually comprised of 50, individual gram gold bars which can be broken off and pieced out. CombiBars are unlike any other gold bar that exists on the market today. Each individual gram bar has the gram weight and .9999 purity indicated accompanied by Valcambi's mintmark.