Introducing the 5g Ainslie Minted Gold Bar. Discounts for multiple buys of 10 & 25 available.
The 5g Minted Gold Bar is an excellent choice as a present for any occasion, birthday, wedding, graduation, anniversary. The presentation of the bar with serial number and technical specifications on the back make it a great entry bar for those new to precious metals.
Each minted bar produce is securely encased in a tamper-proof display card. This packaging features an individual serial number, underscoring the authenticity of each gold bar. Our bars are shipped in blister packs to guarantee their pristine condition from the moment they leave our mint until they reach your hands.
Exuding trust and assurance, the front of each bar is engraved with the Ainslie Bullion logo, the weight of the bar, and its gold purity. Adding to its attraction, the reverse side carries a distinct Ainslie patterned motif, enhancing the uniqueness of each bar.
Ainslie Bullion, established in 1974, has been a trusted name in the precious metals industry for decades. Our commitment to transparent and fair dealings, coupled with competitive pricing, has elevated us to become one of Australia's largest bullion dealers. The Ainslie difference becomes evident as soon as you step into our Brisbane or Melbourne offices. You'll find a professional setup, a spacious and comfortable waiting room displaying our full range of bullion products. Enter our high-level security area, where you'll be guided to your own private consultant and office space to discuss your needs and view our products directly. Our experienced, friendly consultants aim to make the entire process easy and relaxed for you. With our expansive operation scale, we offer the broadest range of bullion products at competitive prices. Additionally, we provide the capacity to buy back large quantities of bullion and settle immediately.
Types of Bullion:
Bullion Bars come in 3 main types – cast, minted or extruded. The choice is ultimately a personal one with each having its own advantages. Some people prefer cast as it is the cheapest form and many will argue harder to forge than a minted bar. Metal purity is the same. Whilst at a price premium, others prefer the beauty and precision of a minted bar many of which come wrapped in protective coating and with certificates or numbers providing further comfort to some. Extruded bars are rarer and in essence form a hybrid between cast and minted with the cost premium sitting in between as well. Bars are considered investment grade if they have a recognised hallmark (brand), weight (in troy ounces, grams or kilograms), and purity (eg 9999 or 99.99%).