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Updated: June, 2009
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As you may know from the articles on this site, I'm a big fan of gold, silver, platinum, and palladium in addition to copper bullion. Today, I'm going to add a new metal to the mix that I also like quite a bit: brass bullion. Pictured to the left is a 5 ounce brass bullion bar that I purchased from The Metal Mint. Today, I'm going to talk all about my purchase and why I like brass bullion, in addition to an overview of where you can purchase brass bullion online. (Also as a preview, I have a new sub-article showcasing images of my 1 kilo brass bullion bar by Jetco Metals. Once you're done with this article, make sure to check it out.)

The Metal Mint Is A Great Place To Buy Brass Bullion Bars

I recently reviewed The Metal Mint, a newer mint that sells brass bullion, copper bullion, and aluminum bullion bars online. They offer bars in a variety of sizes. I personally like the smaller bars the most because they are very affordable and portable. The 5 ounce bar pictured to the left, for example, is a really easy bar to hide.

I really want to thank The Metal Mint for sending me their very first brass bullion five ounce bar. You can tell that it's the first one by the serial number in the picture to the left! This bar will definitely have a permanent place in my collection. They sent the bar over very quickly after I placed my order and as always it shipped in very sturdy packaging and with a nice foam protective sleeve. I recommend keeping the foam sleeve as a permanent way to store and protect your brass bullion bar. You can learn a lot more about The Metal Mint by reading the entire review and I definitely recommend them. If you are new to brass bullion, I cannot think of a better place to start your collection.

Why I Like Brass Bullion

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The foremost reason I like brass bullion is its incredible look and luster. Brass bullion holds a nice golden shine that is very pleasing to the eye (just check out the picture to the right!). Of course, it's not as beautiful as gold, silver, or platinum bullion, but it's definitely one of the most beautiful base metals. If you are a gold bug, brass in my opinion makes a terrific addition to your portfolio, a great way to diversify.

As just touched upon, I also like brass bullion because it allows gold and silver bugs a great way to diversify. The price of gold is currently at $770 per ounce (which is a great bargain in my opinion). This brass bullion bar cost me an astonishingly low $4. If you're on a budget and love metals, this is a great way to round out your portfolio at a bargain price. Also, I like to prepare for the worst. As metals continue to rise in value, you will only be able to use gold and silver for larger purchases. What if you want to use your metal hoard for common purchases? Lower priced metals like brass make a great medium of exchange.

The third main reason I like brass bullion is potential for appreciation. All metals have taken a hit recently. Gold is actually the only metal which has held its ground fairly well (relative to all other precious and base metals). I do not expect this trend to continue. In my opinion, it's a great time for the savvy investor to accumulate precious and base metals at bargain basement prices. Brass bullion is attractively priced and a nice way to diversify one's portfolio.

Where Can I Purchase Brass Bullion Bars?

My first brass bullion bar is the one pictured in this article. Thus, I would highly recommend starting out with The Metal Mint because they allow you to buy low priced brass bullion. At only $4 for five ounces, how can you go wrong? I also endorse E Cohen Mint and Jetco Minting as two specialty mints that are absolutely amazing. They also offer brass bullion bars and you will definitely want to check them out. I have personally ordered from both of these mints and give them my highest regards. I have even hosted an interview recently with E Cohen Mint. While I'm personally not going to go overboard and buy too much brass bullion (I prefer to stick with gold and silver), I think it's a fun metal to hold in any portfolio. Just like copper, it's a fun way to diversify a bit and enjoy something new. Want more? You may wish to check out my new stainless steel bullion bar I just purchased from The Metal Mint as well.

My New 1 Kilo Brass Bullion Bar By Jetco USA

Recently, I just purchased a beautiful 1 kilo brass bullion bar from Jetco Metals. This bar is absolutely stunning and I had a wonderful experience ordering it! Make sure to check out my high resolution pictures of my 1 kilo brass bar by Jetco Metals.

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