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2.5 Gram Gold Bars at Provident Metals

Gold bars have long been a staple in the precious metal industry. While sizes like 1 oz and 10 oz have proven to be among the most popular, over the years smaller sizes such as 2.5 grams have seen a rise in popularity as well. With various options available it’s best to be fully informed when choosing to add gold bars to your investment portfolio. Learn more about 2.5 Gram Gold bars at Provident Metals.

Popular Producers of 2.5 Gram Gold Bars

  • Valcambi: This Switzerland-based mint creates some of the more popular bullion bar products out there today. Established in 1961 in Balerna, Switzerland they were originally known as Valori & Cambi. Credit Suisse acquired them in 1968. Their popularity led to other acquisitions by European Gold Refineries in 2003 and by Global Gold Refineries Ltd. in 2017.
  • PAMP Suisse: PAMP Suisse is one of the most recognizable names in the bullion world. They were founded in Ticino, Switzerland in 1977 and over the years have established themselves as a top name in the gold bar market. They create some of the more popular collections of gold bars on the market today.
  • Argor-Heraeus: Founded in Chiasso, Switzerland in 1951, this once-private company later merged with the German Heraeus Group. Argor-Heraeus is part of the Heraeus Precious Metals group and refines gold, silver, platinum, and palladium ingots for collectors and investors.
  • The Holy Land Mint: The ICMC was a government entity that was founded in 1958. They later became privatized after their acquisition from the G.R.A.S. Group in 2008. They then created The Holy Land Mint brand to produce and distribute Israeli investment products to the world.

Popular 2.5 Gram Gold Bar Designs

  • Fortuna: This popular series from PAMP Suisse features the Roman goddess, Fortuna, on the obverse of the gold bar. Fortuna is seen on these bars in left-profile relief with a blindfold covering her eyes and a cornucopia extending from her head to her hands. Notably, in 2023, PAMP Suisse released the first-ever gold bar with a carbon-neutral footprint with their newest Fortuna Gold Bars.
  • Rosa: Another popular design offered by PAMP Suisse is their collection of Rosa gold bars. These bars feature a rose on the obverse with four leaves and three budding roses sprouting from the stem. These bars are packaged within sealed blisterpacks.
  • Dove of Peace: The Dove of Peace is a popular option as this design was on the first-ever Israeli investment product. The Dove of Peace can be seen in all types of bullion products from The Holy Land Mint, including their line of gold bars. This design shows a dove flying over the walls of the Old City of Jerusalem at night.
  • Valcambi: Valcambi is one of the most well-known gold bar producers in the world. Their bars feature the Valcambi logo as well as identifying marks of the bar. These gold bars are packaged in sealed blisterbacks featuring an assay card with authentication information.

Packaging for 2.5 Gram Gold Bars

The most popular types of gold bars are minted ingots and cast bars. For sizes as small as 2.5 grams though, minted ingots are the primary option. Minted ingots are blanks, which are pieces of metal with no design elements. A machine then uses thousands of pounds of pressure to engrave design elements onto the blank.

Typically, 2.5 Gram Gold Bars will arrive in sealed blisterpacks. This packaging includes a sealed assay card allowing you to further authenticate your bar for its metal content and purity.

Investing in 2.5 Gram Gold Bars at Provident Metals

If you have any questions when you purchase 2.5 Gram Gold Bars at Provident Metals, don’t hesitate to contact our customer service team at 800-313-3315. Additionally, we’re available via email or through our online chat feature.