1/10-oz Regency Mint .9999 Gold Eagle – Fractional Gold Bullion Round

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Product Description

Fractional Gold bullion makes it possible for a larger variety of investors to buy gold. Many people think, “Gold is too expensive,” so they avoid every opportunity to include it in their portfolios. Now, with Regency Mint’s new fractional gold bullion rounds, it makes gold more affordable to buy in smaller sizes. These 1/10 troy ounce fractional gold rounds carry Regency’s signature Gold Eagle design. The rounds are minted in .9999 fine gold and are eligible to be put into an IRA account. In alignment with our weighing procedures, each of these Regency Mint fractional gold rounds are individually weighed to guarantee that they will contain at least 1/10 troy ounce of 24 karat gold.

Why Fractional Gold Bullion?

Can you imagine walking into a store with a $1000 bill to buy $100 worth of groceries? On a great day, the clerk behind the counter might be able to give you change, but it is highly unlikely. This is just one reason to consider fractional gold bullion instead of large bars or even one ounce gold. This 1/10 ounce fractional gold round is privately minted and is a much more realistic way to liquidate, barter, and trade with than larger sized gold. When considering fractional gold bullion, it is wise to purchase products that are clearly marked with the weight and purity of the gold. When you are ready to liquidate gold, the purchaser will be able to clearly identify the quality and give you a price. This Regency Mint 1/10-oz gold round is clearly marked with both.

Additional information

Weight .1 oz
Dimensions 16 × 16 × 1 mm

1 review for 1/10-oz Regency Mint .9999 Gold Eagle – Fractional Gold Bullion Round

  1. Rated 5 out of 5

    kwf1800kwf

    Please make more of these. I was literally days away from buying one when they went out of stock. I now see Regency mint has made silver rounds available again, so I figure why not see if you can get some 1/10th gold rounds in again so I can finally get one.

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