What Is Bullion?

Bullion is Gold & Silver that come in the form of bars, ingots, and coins. Gold & Silver Bullion are at least 99.5% pure and are officially recognized and minted by various brands such as Royal Canadian Mint, TD Bank, Scotiabank, Johnson Matthey, Pamp Suisse, Credit Suisse, Asahi, Sunshine Mint etc.. 

Gold (Au)

This Precious Metal has many unique properties such as its durability, its malleability and its ability to conduct both heat and electricity, proving itself to be useful in some industrial applications such as dentistry and electronics. However, Gold is also known historically to have been one of the most sought-after metals for jewellery making and as a form of currency. Unlike paper currency, coins, and other assets of the sort, Gold has maintained its value throughout history as it serves as a way to preserve one’s wealth and pass it on to future generations. Furthermore, its ability to retain its value through uncertain economic times allows Gold to be an excellent hedge against inflation. 

Asahi 1 Kilogram
Gold Bar

Royal Canadian Mint 1 oz Gold Maple Coin

PAMP Suisse 1 Oz
Gold Bar

U.S Treasury 1 Oz
Gold Eagle Coin

RCM 1 Gram
Gold Maple Coin

Silver (Ag)

Similar to Gold, Silver is not only historically sought-after for Jewellery, but also as a form of currency. Currencies worldwide formerly used silver in their coinage. As there is only a limited quantity that is available at one given time, physical silver is a perfect hedge in instances where assets such as paper currency may be depreciating. Moreover, Silver is much cheaper to invest in while maintaining its value just like Gold. 

Asahi 1 Kilogram
Silver Bar

Royal Canadian Mint
10 Oz Silver Bar

Scotiabank 1 Oz
Silver Bar

Royal Canadian Mint 1 Oz Silver Coin

South African 1 Oz Silver Krugerrand Coin