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Protect your wealth with these fine gold bullion bars exclusively produced for Scotiabank by Valcambi Suisse, one of Switzerland's best known private refineries.

These 1 oz gold bars come in an individual unique serial number assay card that has been signed by Valcambi's Chief Assayer.


  • Ships individually in protective packaging
  • Consisting of 1 oz 9999 Pure Gold
  • Obverse: Features engravings of the Scotiabank logo and name
  • Reverse: Features engravings of the Valcambi Suisse name, inscriptions indicating metal content, weight and purity along with the mint's stamp

The 1 oz Scotiabank gold bar is one of the finest gold bullion bars available to Canadian and North American consumers. The Scotiabank name is recognizable as synonymous of quality and reliability in the bank industry. Paired with the high standards and outstanding craftsmanship of Valcambi, a leading Swiss refiner, these gold bars offer high liquidity and an affordable option for those seeking to protect and store their wealth physically.

Each gold bar shows the Scotiabank logo stylized globe along with the name of the bank on the reverse side.

The obverse features the Valcambi Suisse name and inscriptions that indicate the 9999 Pure Gold purity content.


Founded over 5 decades ago, Valcambi is a private precious metals refiner, located in Switzerland, admired for its state-of-the-art process and extraordinary high-quality product. Valcambi holds the reputation as the largest gold refiner in the world with a precious metal refining capacity of over 2400 tons per year! Valcambi is a part of the London Bullion Market Association, which represents some of the highest quality standards in the precious metals industry.

Lightly Used
1 oz
38.1 x 22.1 x 2.1