Features of a Karatbars Gold Card

All Karatbars Gold cards contain a 1 gram of pure 999.9 fineness 24 carat fine gold bullion bar are embossed with an authenticity stamp from the LBMA refinery which is actually on the 1 gram gold bar have certified gold quality and weight have LBMA certification are imprinted with a unique embossed serial number assayers …

Continue reading ‘Features of a Karatbars Gold Card’ »

Voices of Africa Karatbars Gold Card

Do you know someone that wants to save in gold but would like to know that they are also donating money to help the underprivileged children of Africa ? Why not give them a Karatbars “Voices of Africa” gold card? Karatbars International has proudly teamed up with the Mitrowski Group in creating a card for …

Continue reading ‘Voices of Africa Karatbars Gold Card’ »

Do you know someone that’s getting married?

Do you know someone that’s getting married? Why not give them a gold card that says “Just Married“ or one that says “Congratulations“ This is certainly a gift that will stand out from the usual kitchenware or towels. The new hand drawn Wedding Card comes from Artist Michael Sieger. Marriage represents much more than the …

Continue reading ‘Do you know someone that’s getting married?’ »

Soccer World Cup – Commemorative Gold Card

Are you following the Soccer World Cup in Brazil? Why don’t you order yourself a commemorative gold card so that you will remember the occasion for years to come. Each card comes embedded with 1 gram of 999.99% Pure Currency grade gold! This is certainly an incredible way to commemorate the occasion or to give …

Continue reading ‘Soccer World Cup – Commemorative Gold Card’ »

Bringing Gold into Australia

One of the people I was talking to about Karatbars this week was asking how much gold can be brought into Australia at one time. I then did some research on the Australian customs requirements. Generally the limit of any product that can be brought through Australian customs without paying customs duty is limited to …

Continue reading ‘Bringing Gold into Australia’ »