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How is the liquidity like for Argor Heraeus 100g gold bars

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How is the liquidity like for Argor Heraeus 100g gold bars

One piece of gold bar cost about USD$4200.

How will the market be like for selling it?

 

 

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From recent selling experience i have had, i would say the smaller the item, the quicker it sells. (in the private market).
But if you are looking to sell to a dealer/trade, i would *image* (but dont actually know from experience) that they will take any size or quantity off you. albeit at an unfavourable price. (%'s below spot)

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Not necessarily true that you get less below spot the heavier the coin. I posted a photo of a kilo old coin awhile back and Apmex is willing to buy it back over spot. Believe it or not the coin is rather rare with mintage below 50 coins and there may be a collector base for a coin the is the $40k price range.

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For 100g gold bar for USD 4200. Ask is USD 1306 per ounce . Bid is with reference with current spot is USD 1292. If the dealer has ample supply, it can offer below bidding. If the dealer has tight supply, it can offer above bidding. Liquidity is almost possible for trusted dealers at the right price.

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