How to check if Perth Mint Gold bars are genuine?

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  1. TreasureHunter

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    Hi,

    Is there a way to determine if the Certicard gold bars (gold bars remaining enclosed within Certicard) are genuine?

    I repeat: without taking the bars out.

    For instance: how heavy is the entire thing (with package) supposed to weigh?
    (10 g, 1 oz)
     
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    Using the Sigma Verifier Verifier.jpg
     
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    And if you don't have anything like that anywhere near?
     
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    Ultrasonic thickness gauge and calipers
     
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    You can check them on an XRF too
     

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