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1 Kilo Gold Bar .9999 Fine – Metalor

1 Kilo Gold Bar .9999 Fine – Metalor


Founded as Metaux Precieux SA Metalor in 1852, today the mint is known simply as the Metalor Group and is owned by the Tanaka Kikinzoku Group of Japan. Metalor Metals is one of the main suppliers of precious metals in the world. In addition to precious metals for the bullion industry, Metalor provides a substantial volume of metal alloys and precious metals to the watch and jewelry industries.

Obverse features of the 1 Kilo Metalor Gold Bar include all of the identifying markers for the gold bar. The smooth finish of the bar includes incuse-struck inscriptions of the mint of origin, weight, metal content, and purity for the bar. At the bottom of the bar is the assayer’s stamp from Metalor Metals and a unique serial number given only to an individual gold bar. Metalor uses eight-number codes to serialize these gold bars.

Reverse design fields of the 1 Kilo Metalor Gold Bars are left blank. The only features of the reverse include the textures of the gold bar as it cooled in the cast during production.

  • Incredible cast gold bars!
  • Contains 1 Kilo (32.15 Troy oz) of .9999 pure gold.
  • Obverse features a smooth finish with identifying inscriptions.
  • Reverse has a blank surface.
  • Unique serial numbers.

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Metalor Gold Bars are made using traditional European refining methods. The refined gold is melted down in a furnace and poured into a pre-fabricated cast thus ensuring that the finished product will be of the highest quality. Because of the extremely high temperature of the melting gold at this stage, the molds must also be made of extremely heat-resistant materials.

The roots of Metalor date back to the “preparatory rolling mill” founded in 1852 by Martin de Pury & Cie in Le Locle. They specialized in smelting gold and manufacturing watch cases. In 1864, the plant, which had five employees at the time, was taken over by the Banque du Locle.

In 1918 the company became the property of the Swiss Bank  Corporation.  Operations expanded to refining precious metals and producing bullion. In 1936, the bank association founded Métaux Précieux S.A. Metalor in Le Locle. As a result, production activities were initially expanded at the current site and later in other countries.

The group’s Hong Kong refinery opened in 1982, and Metalor began running its US refinery in 1986. In 1998, SBC merged with Union Bank of Switzerland (UBS) and a majority of the shares of Métaux Précieux SA Metalor were acquired from SBC by a group of Swiss private investors comprising Ernst Thomke, Martin Bisang, Rolf Soiron and Giorgio Behr. The refinery group changed name from “Métaux Précieux SA Metalor” to “Metalor Technologies” in 2001.

In 2013, the company selected Singapore as the location for establishing a gold refinery and manufacturing facility for bullion products. This decision was made to cater to the growing regional gold demand, which aligns with the Singapore government’s initiatives to position the country as a prominent global trading hub for physical precious metal transactions. The Singapore refinery was opened in June 2014.

In September 2016, 100% of Metalor was sold to the Japanese group of precious metals producers Tanaka Kikinzoku.Previously, the French investor Astorg Partners, who took over Metalor in 2009, held a majority of 50.5% of the shares.

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