Remarkable New “Chocolate Bar” Gold Product (Video)

In this special video, Peter Schiff demonstrates a new and exciting gold product manufactured by the prestigious Valcambi Suisse refinery. This 50-gram “chocolate bar” of gold can be broken into individual 1-gram gold bars – perfect for barter transactions! Euro Pacific Precious Metals has some of the most competitive rates on this exciting new product.

Call 1-800-GOLD-160 to talk to a Precious Metals Specialist today and order your own Valcambi CombiBar.

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40 Responses to Remarkable New “Chocolate Bar” Gold Product (Video)

  1. Bryan says:

    Is there a silver version of this yet?

    • admin says:

      While there is a silver Valcambi CombiBar, Euro Pacific Precious Metals recommends junk silver as a better product for barter.

  2. DFSutton says:

    At anytime if you want to convert the Valcambi bar segments for cash, where would this transaction be honored, and what is the conversion fee?

    • admin says:

      An individual 1-gram gold bar separated from a CombiBar could potentially be sold to any business that buys gold. The price they would give you for the piece would vary depending on the company. Euro Pacific Precious Metals will buy back the separate pieces, but for less per gram than an intact bar.

  3. steve says:

    That was a great illustration of the value of paper compared to gold!!

  4. john says:

    How does the premium compare to 1oz silver coins (which would be of similar value)? thanks

    • admin says:

      Euro Pacific Precious Metals does not sell the silver Valcambi CombiBar. While the gold CombiBar offers great value for “barterable” gold, we recommend buying junk silver when looking for “barterable” silver.

      • john says:

        but you DO sell 1 oz silver coins. how does the gold combibar premium compare to that for silver coins? thanks

        • admin says:

          Our premiums vary depending on a variety of factors. Please call 1-800-GOLD-160 to learn more details. We guarantee you’ll speak with a friendly and knowledgeable Precious Metals Specialist who will be more than happy to answer questions without pushing you to buy.

    • mike says:

      Premium of 1 oz. of silver is usually about 2.00 which is about the same, about 7% of total value.

  5. Heath says:

    This may be explained in the video I cannot watch now but how would someone know it is authentic? I see lots of potential fraud.

    • admin says:

      The CombiBar comes with an assay card guaranteeing authenticity, the gold content, and the gold quality. Each 1-gram piece is individually stamped with its own weight, quality, and the official symbol of the Valcambi Suisse Mint, verifying its origin. CombiBars have no more potential for fraud than any other gold product on the market. Anyone accepting precious metals in a barter transaction would be wise to do their due diligence by learning the identifying marks and designs of the various mints and products, on top of having several ways to test the metals for purity. For further questions, please speak with one of our friendly Precious Metals Specialists at 1-800-GOLD-160.

  6. Jörgensen says:

    I live in Germany. Do you have a distribution-channel that would make such CombiBars available here ?

    Thanks in advance.

    • admin says:

      Euro Pacific Precious Metals ships internationally, and would be more than happy to speak with you about our shipping process. You can call us at 1-800-GOLD-160, or if you’d like to avoid international phone rates, respond to this comment with your phone number (which we will not publish or share) and one of our Precious Metals Specialists will call you.

  7. Mike Chandler says:

    Are you planning a silver version?

    • admin says:

      Valcambi already makes a silver version of the CombiBar, however Euro Pacific Precious Metals does not sell it at this time. For “barterable” silver products, we continue to recommend bags of junk silver. For further questions, please call 1-800-GOLD-160 to speak with a Precious Metals Specialist. Thank you.

  8. losmilos says:

    Quote by admin:
    “Euro Pacific Precious Metals does not sell the silver Valcambi CombiBar. While the gold CombiBar offers great value for “barterable” gold, we recommend buying junk silver when looking for “barterable” silver.”

    Why? What’s the difference? Is Junk silver cheaper?

    • admin says:

      Yes. At this time our premium on junk silver is cheaper than the silver CombiBars.

      • losmilos says:

        The precious metal market, is a strange market to me…

        When I look on the current rate is 1,558 USD. When I look on They charge 2,690 USD for 50 grams of gold. But at the current market price that should be at least 2,752 USD…

        How is this possible? Am I overseeing something here? Thanks for your reply.

        • admin says:

          $2,690 is more than 9% above the price of gold at $1,558. This is a high premium. Perhaps you are not calculating using a troy ounce? Precious metals are measured by troy ounces, which contain about 31.1 grams per ounce. This can lead to some confusion if you’re not careful.

  9. Rithvik says:

    We purchased valacambi suisese bar 24 char, 1 ounce=31.10 gr. bar in one of the jewelary shop located in New Jersey, US. I never heard and seen this product before in the market. I paid 1615 usd for one bar .

    I am just confused this valacambi is really good gold ??! What is the diffrence between buying maple coin, and other brands with 24 cart and same weight.

    Please help me and guide me.

    I am in confusion that wheather I did wrong thing by buying valacambi gold bar???

    • admin says:

      Thank you for questions. Unfortunately, they are too broad to answer here in any significant way. Please give us a call at 1-800-GOLD-160 and one of our friendly precious metals experts will be happy to speak with you about the various strategies of gold investment.

  10. Mark says:

    This is why I’m kind of having a hard time with precious metals only in this way, metals have to be converted back to cash, i.e. in my country, the dollar which apparently is supposed to become worthless or close to it, yet when you convert the gold back into cash you have to take a discount on it, why wouldn’t you pay more or at par with gold to get the gold and get rid of the paper?? answer, because cash always goes into any equity at full value but comes back out of the market at a discount, so the moral of the story as I see it is cash is king! Look I’m not saying you shouldn’t buy gold I’m just saying that cash is how most things are valued

  11. Steve says:

    @ Mark,

    Mark when the dollar or for that matter any and all fiat currency finally devalues, then these bars will make perfect sense. By then it may be too late to buy any.

    They all ready make sense to myself and many many others. Not saying that folks are any smarter or better.
    Just that we are looking at things with out rose colored glasses on.

    Losing value due to converting the gold back to cash will be a non issue. Paper money ie cash will be worthless.
    So there will be no conversion loss to bear.

    Papers money will make good tinder. Or napkins. It will have no buying power. Gold will.


  12. Alan says:

    I think it’s a great idea. Yes, you could carry $2,500 worth of gold coins in your pocket, but the bar has two distinct advantages:

    1) It’s compact. As you demonstrated in your video, you can put it in your wallet without creating any bulk. And it could also be easily hidden if necessary.

    2) It’s practical and convenient. I wouldn’t want to try to use a one ounce coin to pay for a tank of gas, but a square from the bar would do the trick very nicely.

    Plus, it’s just way up there on the “cool” scale. :-)

  13. Margrit Keyes says:

    What would be the difference between fractional coins and this bar as far convenience and acceptance goes?
    What is the price difference?

    • admin says:

      Thank you for reading the blog, Margrit. One of our metals specialists would be happy to answer your questions in depth at (888) GOLD-160. Alternatively, you can ask one of them to call you at a convenient time by clicking on “Request a Callback” on our Homepage or the main Blog page.

    • Alan says:

      Aside from the convience of the more compact bar, the other major consideration is the lower premium one pays for the bar versus the higher premium commanded when purchasing fractional coins.

  14. Leslie Watkins says:

    Would like to purchase a gold Valcambi CombiBar

    • admin says:

      Thank you for taking the time to read the blog, Leslie. We do all our sales over the phone, so please call 1-888-GOLD-160 to speak with one of our Precious Metals Specialists. Alternatively, you can fill out this form, and they will call you back at a convenient time.

  15. Victor Monarrez says:

    Hello, is there a place where I can physically buy the combibar in a U.S. city?

    • admin says:

      Thank you for following the blog, Victor! That’s an excellent question that is best posed to one of our Precious Metals Specialists. They can be reached at 1-888-GOLD-160. They’ll be happy to answer your questions without pressuring you to buy.

  16. AlexP says:

    These bars are terrific. I have several of them and planning to get more from EuroPac.
    First off these bars are gorgeous to look at. The have almost a jewelry quality to them.
    The come inside a plastic container with the document identifying what it is.
    I think the premium on these is slightly above the premium for 1oz coins but far less than 1/10th oz coins.
    They more than make up for that with their utility.
    I have on my plans tot he intention t0 buy 5 more by the end of the year.
    I have no yet dealt with EuroPac metals but looking forward to my my first purchase.

  17. Paul Martin says:

    I would like to budget to purchase the Valcambi wallet gold bars from you. Is there a minimum for any one purchase of these? Thanks Paul

    • admin says:

      Thank you for your interest in doing business with us, Paul. We do have minimum purchase amounts, which we prefer to speak with clients about over the phone. Please give us a call at 1-888-GOLD-160 or fill out the Request a Callback form at the top of our homepage, and we will call you at a convenient time.

  18. Jose Alves says:

    The admin’s responses sure seems vague and pretty well geared towards getting you on the phone. I’m sure this comment, even from a prospective buyer won’t make the cut for long. Great questions being asked out there, thanks to those who took the time to ask them.

    • admin says:

      Thank you for your comment, Jose. You’re right that we encourage those with specific questions to call in. Our office has a team of experienced specialists that can answer those questions more personally and knowledgeably than I can. Our staff is trained not to use high-pressure sales tactics, rather to be a guide in the investing process. But don’t take my word for it, give them a try and report back.

  19. Paranoid... says:

    If the premise of the Valcambi products is the eventual devaluation of manufactured fiat currencies, what appeal would these same currencies have to the seller of such products?

    In other words why trade gold for dollars knowing that dollars will lose their value?

    • admin says:

      We sell gold for dollars because we want to remain a competitive international gold dealer. To operate a business in this world, you need to use fiat currencies. The other companies we work with in order to supply you with gold will not accept payment in precious metals. It’s important to keep in mind that we do not sell Peter Schiff’s personal gold holdings; he has never sold any of his precious metals. Also, neither Peter nor the brokers of EPPM hoard the dollars they earn from gold sales. They use that money to reinvest in precious metals and other investments to prepare for the day the dollar collapses.