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Updated: March, 2011
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1 Pound Bronze Bullion Bar From Jetco Minting  
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To the left is a picture of my 1 pound bronze bullion bar from Jetco Metals. As you may know, I'm a huge fan and collector of base metal bullion bars. I already own copper bullion, brass bullion, stainless steel bullion, nickel bullion, and aluminum bullion bars. I'm now extremely pleased to add bronze bullion to my collection, adding to the exciting diversity within my ingot collection. A year or so ago, the only base metal available in investment grade bullion bars was copper, primarily lead by Jetco Metals and E Cohen Mint. A year or so later, it's so neat to see the progress that the industry has made in terms of number of mints and the variety of available products. Jetco and E Cohen are still at it and have expanded their offerings a lot. (Jetco is taking things to the next level with holograms on some of their bars! E Cohen is hitting the ball out of the park with small platinum and palladium bullion coins.) There are also newer players such as The Metal Mint and The Copper Cave. So much excitement! (As a new update, even before I start this article, also want to give you a heads up on my new article showcasing pictures of my new 1 kilo bronze bullion bar from Jetco Metals. Make sure to check it out after you read this article.)

How I Picked this Particular Bronze Bullion Bar?

There were two driving factors behind my decision to purchase this 1 pound bronze bullion bar from Jetco Metals. The first was easy, going with the top player in the industry. Jetco has been around since the beginning of the industry, consistently producing top notch products. It's hard to find higher quality bullion bars. I always enjoy purchasing bullion from Jetco. Second, I wanted my first bronze bullion bar to be cheap. Jetco offers a variety of bronze bullion bars. The larger ones, of course, are neater and more enticing. At the same time, I wanted to keep my costs down and start out with a smaller purchase. The 1 pound bronze bullion bar was the perfect compromise and only cost me $22.95.

Bronze Bullion Is Hard To Find

If you like collecting base metal ingots like myself, I recommend buying a bronze bullion bar if you find one you like. As opposed to copper, aluminum, and even brass to an extent, it's more rare to find bronze bullion bars. The only ingot that is more rare is stainless steel bullion, only offered by The Metal Mint at this time. I'm glad I picked up my bronze bullion bar because I just checked Jetco's eBay Store and it's no longer there. I see a larger bronze bullion bar but it's much more expensive. The moral of the story: buy bronze bullion if you find it!

White Glove Treatment

I mentioned this in my recent article about my aluminum bullion bar from Jetco, but wanted to repeat it here. Jetco sells these great white gloves for a very nominal price. I recommend buying them and storing your bars carefully. If your bullion bars touch the oils of your hands, they will get "spots" which you then have to polish out. Much easier to handle and store the bars correctly from the beginning (I learned this very quickly when I purchased my first copper bullion bar).

New To The Site?

Want to avoid repeating myself too much. If you are new to GoldWhy, I highly recommend following the links at the top of the article to learn all about exotic base metal bullion bars. However, want to also underscore that these ingots are only a portion of my overall portfolio. As the name of the site implies, I'm all about gold bullion. Gold is the primary basis of my portfolio. After building up a strong position in gold (and storing it safely in your safe deposit box), it's then time to start considering branching out and picking up some bullion bars. However, never lose focus that gold is the primary focus, in my personal opinion.

My New 1 Kilo Bronze Bullion Bar From Jetco

In addition to my one pound bronze bullion bar showcased above, I just purchased an amazing 1 kilo bronze bullion bar from Jetco Minting. I am absolutely thrilled with this bronze ingot and took four high resolution pictures of it! Please make sure to check out my new article showcasing pictures of my 1 kilo bronze bullion bar from Jetco Metals.

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