50 Gram Gold Bars

50 Gram Gold Bars are an affordable, low premium way to invest in gold. These gold bars are minted by some of the world’s most reputable distributors, and we’ve worked to create an extensive inventory of quality 50 Gram Gold Bars to help you stack with confidence. 

Argor-Heraeus 50 Gram Gold Bar (New in Assay)

Argor-Heraeus offers one of the most pristine reputations in the world of gold bars. Their 50 Gram Gold Bar arrives shipped in its new Assay card, providing investors with both a serial number and a way to keep their bar protected from damage. On the bar’s obverse, note the Argor-Heraeus logo, as well as the place of minting, weight, material, and fineness of the bar. On the reverse, the bar is kept intentionally blank. There’s a reason Argor-Heraeus is considered one of the best gold bar manufacturers in the world. The mint’s attention to detail and consistency is on full display in their 50 Gram Gold Bar. 

50 Gram Gold Bars – Hero Bullion

Investors who have the budget should strongly consider investing in large gold bars. In addition to offering the same beautiful design we see on traditional 1 oz and fractional bars, these products come with exceptionally low percentage premiums over spot price. 

This isn’t too hard to understand once you note that gold premiums tend to decrease as the size of your investment increases. The smallest fractional gold bars we sell might seem quite a bit cheaper than 1 oz gold bars, but this low price tag includes a relatively high premium. 

By contrast, large 50 Gram Gold Bars for sale on our website can help investors save substantially when it comes to precious metal premiums. This isn’t the only reason why investors buy 50 Gram Gold Bars, either. 

Are 50 Gram Gold Bars the next addition to your portfolio? Hero Bullion has an extensive inventory of gold bars for sale, and we plan on stocking more of the world’s most popular 50 Gram Gold Bars soon. To see our current in-stock selection, scroll up. If you keep reading on this page, you’ll find an in-depth guide on how to buy 50 Gram Gold Bars without breaking your bank! 

What Are 50 Gram Gold Bars? 

50 Gram Gold Bars are a relatively new way to invest in gold. Large gold bars have existed for thousands of years. In a way, the intrinsic value of gold has a lot to do with the extensive history this metal offers as a store of value and wealth. 

But for most of the modern era, the lion’s share of gold bar sales have come from either 1 oz or 1 kilo gold bars. 1 oz gold bars are popular among average investors. Expect to pay just a bit more than the current spot price of gold to secure your next 1 oz gold bar. Kilo gold bars are also popular, but with a different investment community. 

Generally, most kilo gold bars are sold by – and to – institutions. Other gold dealers use gold bars for large transactions and to melt down for the creation of new gold products, such as rounds or smaller bars. 

50 Gram Gold Bars sit somewhere in the middle. We find that many investors who put their money into 50 Gram Gold Bars are trying to cut down on premiums so they can save money while stacking gold. 

Why Do People Buy 50 Gram Gold Bars? 

People buy 50 Gram Gold Bars for different reasons. Some investors are hoping to capitalize on the low premiums associated with this particular gold bar weight. Others are more interested in the beautiful designs associated with modern 50 Gram Gold Bars. 

Whatever your reasons for buying, Hero Bullion is excited to offer our current selection of quality, cheap 50 Gram Gold Bars for sale. 

Pros and Cons of Investing – 50 Gram Gold Bars

Like any other gold investment, there are pros and cons to putting your cash into 50 Gram Gold Bars. At Hero Bullion, our goal is to make buying gold as easy as possible for our customers. We’d never want you to think that 50 Gram Gold Bars are a perfect investment without downsides. 

Let’s take a look at both the pros and cons to investing in 50 Gram Gold Bars with Hero Bullion. 

Pros of Buying 50 Gram Gold Bars

There are 2 main pros to buying 50 Gram Gold Bars. Relatively low premiums over spot price and beautiful designs are two major reasons why so many investors prefer 50 Gram Gold Bars for their stacking efforts. 

Argor-Heraeus 50 gram Gold Bar
Argor-Heraeus 50 gram Gold Bar

Relatively Low Premiums Over Spot

One of the big pros of buying 50 Grams Gold Bars is that they’re cheap. Well, not exactly cheap. When we say cheap here, we’re referring to premium costs. 50 Gram Gold Bars cost thousands of dollars. However, they also come with very low premiums – especially compared to smaller fractional gold bullion bars. 

The larger the gold product you buy, the lower the premium you’ll pay. This isn’t always the case, but it is a general rule. Some stackers just can’t afford to spend thousands of dollars on large gold bars. However, the stackers who can tend to save a considerable amount of money on premiums. This cash adds up – paying high premiums quickly eats into your profits. 

But aside from savings, 50 Gram Gold Bars offer another big advantage: beautiful designs. 

Beautiful Designs 

Beautiful designs are the second big pro to buying 50 Gram Gold Bars for sale. Like all of the other gold bars on our site, 50 Gram Gold Bars often feature beautiful, intricate designs. These classic products look great in any safe or portfolio, and their obverse designs help to give them additional numismatic value to collectors down the road. 

Not all 50 Gram Gold Bars are beautiful works of art. Some investors actually prefer gold bars with simple, utilitarian designs. We don’t blame them! Whether you’re looking for an intricately detailed work of golden art or just a simple bar you can stack in your safe, 50 Gram Gold Bars are an excellent choice. 

Cons of Investing in 50 Gram Gold Bars

There are also 2 main cons to investing in 50 Gram Gold Bars. A high total cost and limited design variety make it harder for some investors to justify spending $3,000 or more on a full 50 Gram Gold Bar. 

High Total Cost

The main downside of investing in 50 Gram Gold Bars is their high total cost. These bars might come with lower premiums than some of the other gold bars for sale on our website, but that doesn’t mean they’re cheap. 50 Gram Gold Bars are quite a bit heavier than 1 oz gold bars, which means they are sold at a higher total price. 

Right now, skyrocketing gold prices mean that 50 Gram Gold Bars typically cost around $3,400. This can vary, depending on the spot price of gold and the premium fees charged by your gold dealer. Still, 50 Gram Gold Bars are a pricey way to invest in gold – regardless of how expensive gold bullion currently is. 

Valcambi 50 Gram Gold Bar

Limited Design Variety 

Because 50 Gram Gold Bars aren’t quite as popular as 1 oz or 1 kilo gold bars, these products are often sold with a limited level of variety. In other words, you might have trouble finding your favorite brands if you’re shopping exclusively for 50 Gram Gold Bars. 

This is starting to change. Over the past decade, we’ve seen a growing number of popular mints decide to produce their own lines of 50 Gram Gold Bars. Argor-Heraeus, Valcambi, and even the Royal Mint now offer quality 50 Gram Gold Bars that can help you build your stack without compromising on the brands you love. 

How to Buy cheap 50 Gram Gold Bars

How do you buy cheap 50 Gram Gold Bars? To buy cheap gold, the advice we offer is almost always the same. Two tips can help you improve your stacking game and build your portfolio with quality 50 Gram Gold Bars. 

We always recommend that investors do 2 things to help find the cheapest gold for their money: compare premiums and total cost and factor in shipping fees. 

Comparing Premiums and Total Cost

Premiums are unavoidable. Like death and taxes, paying premiums for your precious metals is one aspect of life that investors will never be able to get away from. However, savvy gold stackers understand that premiums – and total cost – change from product to product, and from dealer to dealer. 

Take a look at the current spot price of gold. If you convert your 50 Gram Gold Bar to troy ounces, you’ll note that one 50 Gram Gold Bar includes 1.60754 troy ounces. Multiply the current spot price of gold by that figure, and you’ll have the approximate melt value of your 50 Gram Gold Bar. 

When you have this figure, all you need to do is subtract it from the total listed price of your favorite gold bar. The resulting number is the premium you’re being asked to pay. Compare this figure across multiple dealers to make sure you’re getting the best deal on your 50 Gram Gold Bars. 

Factoring in Shipping Costs

Shipping costs are another unavoidable fee that stackers have to contend with. Dealers like Hero Bullion work hard to keep their shipping costs low and their fees reasonable. Make sure to consider shipping costs when buying gold bars. 

Argor-Heraeus Kinebar 50 gram Gold Bar Reverse
Argor-Heraeus Kinebar 50 Gram Gold Bar

Final Thoughts: 50 Gram Gold Bars For Sale

Hero Bullion offers an extensive, always-expanding inventory of quality 50 Gram Gold Bars from around the world. With our competitive prices, low premiums, and reasonable shipping fees, we’re happy to be your favorite gold dealer. 

At the top of this page, you’ll find our current stock of 50 Gram Gold Bars. And as always, don’t hesitate to reach out to our customer service team with any questions you may have.