Gold or silver in bulk before coining, or valued by weight,
Gold or silver in bulk before coining, or valued by weight
Ornamental braid or trimming made with twists of gold or silver thread
a mass of precious metal
gold or silver in bars or ingots
A precious metal is a rare, naturally occurring metallic chemical element of high economic value, which is not radioactive (excluding natural polonium, radium, actinium and protactinium). ...
Bullion refers to precious metals in bulk form.
A bulk quantity of precious metal, usually gold or silver, assessed by weight and typically cast as ingots
Bars or ingots of precious metals, usually cast in standardized sizes.
Ingots, coins, or other issues that trade for their intrinsic metal value. Only precious metals (silver, gold, platinum, and palladium) are included as bullion. Copper could also technically be considered as bullion.
A coin or other object composed primarily of a precious metal (such as gold, silver or platinum) with little to no numismatic value over and beyond that of the metal itself.
Gold which is 995 fine or better. The term has also come to be used to describe 1. gold coins which closely follow spot gold and have little or no numismatic value (such as restrikes) and 2. the form in which metal is shaped such as bars, ingots or wafers. ...
Precious metals in the form of bars, ingots, or rounds.
Metal formed into bars or ingots.
Refers to gold bars, as opposed to coins or indirect ownership of gold.
Also known as French Wire or Gimp. This is a very finely coiled wire that forms a flexible tube like a spring. It is used for finishing the ends of strung jewelry pieces. ...
Any precious metal (most commonly gold) which has not been processed into jewelry, coins, or used for any other manufacture. It is normally kept in bars known as ingots.
Monetary metals as merchandise in any form but that of standard coins. Gold and silver bullion are usually in the form of bars or ingots, but they may also be in the form of refined ores or nonstandard coins, such as worn or foreign coins that are valued solely for their weight and fineness.
Precious metals in bulk form that is in negotiable or trading shape, such as a wafer, bar, ingot, or coin.
A thick, twisted trimming of cord often covered with metallic thread.
Term used when referring to precious metal coins. Usually Mint’s produce Silver, Gold, Platinum and sometimes Palladium. Bullion is traded in the form of coins, ingots, and bars.
A metal which has yet been struck into coinage. Gold and Silver coins frequently use this term as bullion content to describe the amount of gold or silver in a minted coin.
Rounds, bars and ingots primarily valued for their precious metal content that are held in bulk quantity are considered bullion. Silver and gold bullion as well as platinum, palladium, and copper bullion can be bought, sold, and traded for potential profit on commodities markets. ...
A precious metal in its purest form usually in the shape of a bar or coin.
Gold or silver historically used as a guarantee or back the value of paper money.
A heavy lace trimming made of twisted threads.
Gold or silver in bar, ingot or other form, as distinguished from coins.
gold and silver - it's how a nation's wealth was measured