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1 oz. Gold Bar - Perth Mint - 99.99 Fine @$1287.30

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1 oz. Gold Bar - Perth Mint - 99.99 Fine in Assay Card

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Perth Mint is operated by Gold Corporation, a statutory authority of the Government of Western Australia, the Mint's owner.
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Created 11-06-2017 at 06:14 PM by GreenwichV
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Loser!
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for people who buy gold frequently, how do you know the gold you buy is real? do you remove the plastic and test it in any way? will remove the plastic reduce the value of the gold?


gold noob here
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Loser!
Whats with the comment, it seems to be good price for 1 oz pure gold
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for people who buy gold frequently, how do you know the gold you buy is real? do you remove the plastic and test it in any way? will remove the plastic reduce the value of the gold?


gold noob here
Assay card certification, google for more info
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For $1300 I would invest in gold Eagles for a number of reasons.
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for people who buy gold frequently, how do you know the gold you buy is real? do you remove the plastic and test it in any way? will remove the plastic reduce the value of the gold?


gold noob here
You can have it tested. Most jewelers or pawn shops have the equipment to test.
However, usually if you buy from a reputed dealer you should not have to worry about the authenticity.
Removing the plastic casing will not impact the value of regular ungraded gold bars or coins
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You can have it tested. Most jewelers or pawn shops have the equipment to test.
However, usually if you buy from a reputed dealer you should not have to worry about the authenticity.
Removing the plastic casing will not impact the value of regular ungraded gold bars or coins

is it usually free or they charge you a fee to test?
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is it usually free or they charge you a fee to test?
Most jewelers don't mind if you already do some business with them. Else they may charge you a small amount. It's really a quick 30 second process if they have the right equipment. Alternatively, you can take it to them with the "intention" to sell and they will check it out before making the offer
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is it usually free or they charge you a fee to test?
Go tell them you wanna sell your gold. There.
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