All 1oz Gold Bars
* Internationally Recognised Brands
* Australia's Largest Range
KJC makes buying 1 oz gold bullion bars online, over the phone or in-store simple and easy. Whether you are looking to start your precious metal portfolio or making additions to an existing investment, 1 oz gold bullion bars are a great choice.
1 oz gold bars are one of the most highly sought-after gold bars on the market, and for this reason, they are produced by a large number of mints and refiners. Because of their demand, they are highly liquid and are a great asset to have on hand when you only need to liquidate a portion of your total gold portfolio.
When it comes to KJC Bullion’s offering of 1oz gold bars, we stock a wide variety of cast and minted gold bars available to order daily. All products at KJC Bullion are sourced from leading LBMA-accredited refiners and government mints such as The Perth Mint, Baird & Co, Credit Suisse, PAMP Suisse, Valcambi, and Scottsdale to name a few.
All of our 1oz gold bullion bars are 99.99% pure gold and are stamped with the bar’s purity, weight and name of the mint or refiner. To ensure authenticity and protection, our minted bars come in protective cases and are accompanied with an assay certificate that verifies its authenticity. We recommend you do not remove these bars from their protective casing.
Because we stock such a wide variety of bars, one of the most common questions we are asked is about the price difference between different bars from different mints and refiners, despite having the exact same weight and purity. The reason for this is that refiners and mints each charge differently for their products. Regardless of the brand you buy, as long as it’s internationally recognized (like the ones we stock at KJC), it does not affect the price when it comes to selling your gold bar. The resale value of a gold bar is largely determined by the market value of gold, the condition of the bar and its weight and purity. You may only come across difficulty selling gold bars from unknown, non-internationally recognized refiners.