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Silver bullion rounds minted by Royal Mint Refinery

Royal Mint Refinery

The Royal Mint Refinery marque dates back to 1852. N.M. Rothschild and Sons operated a Royal Mint Refinery for more than 100 years, and the RMR brand developed an established reputation, with much of the gold and silver bullion sent to London from across the globe being processed under the RMR label. The Royal Mint Refinery name that survived two world wars and served an ever-evolving bullion market ceased production in 1968.

In 2015, the Royal Mint Refinery brand was revived by the Royal Mint, an organization with a history stretching back more than 1,000 years. Today the firm is recognized globally as a secure bullion provider with a reputation for integrity and quality assurance. The Royal Mint Refinery bars, in either .9999 fine gold or .999 fine silver, are likely to appeal to customers looking for a cost effective way to buy bullion; the gold bars have the added attraction of being free of Value-Added-Tax for individuals. Sizes available are 1, 5 and 10 gram and 1 Oz gold bar options, and a 100 gram silver bar.

The bars are minted with a bullion finish, and are packaged in serialized security packaging (credit card sized, sealed protective package to transport and preserve your bar securely), with an individually numbered certificate. The Royal Mint works with strategic partners in sourcing gold from non-conflict areas of the world. All suppliers are accredited by the London Bullion Market Association. The bars are branded with the RMR logo and the weight and the fineness of the precious metal with which they are made. Each bears a unique serial number matching the serial number on the authentication certificate provided with each bar, giving buyers the confidence that their bar was manufactured by a trusted source.  There was only one round produced under the Royal Mint Refinery brand.  It was minted using .999 Fine Silver and bore the logo of the refinery on the reverse.  The obverse depicted an eagle with the flags of the United States and Great Britain.

 

Royal Mint Refinery Products

     • Great Britain/United States Eagle/Flags 1 Oz round

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