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Swiss One Plus SA, designs, produces and distributes bullion coins and round ingots.

Our coins are conceived and produced combining the historical precious metals role and attraction, with innovative technological developments, making them unique.

This is strengthened by our search for excellence in terms of design, precious metals quality and production, aiming to enhance their attractiveness in terms of investment return and collector interest.

Based on its unique expertise in precious metals, Swiss One Plus also offers investment advisory services including:
- Understanding and defining client needs and objectives
- Structuring of physical precious metals portfolios
- Geopolitical risk management


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Where to find our products?

You can contact us directly or contact one of our official distributors stated below:

Switzerland

Change Rousseau Natcom
Place Chevelu 6
CH-1201 Genève
Tel +41 22 731 16 50
Email info@change-rousseau.ch
www.change-rousseau.ch

NCG Daniel Jolliet Sàrl
trading pièces et métaux précieux physiques
Rue François-Versonnex 15
CH-1207 Genève
Tel +41 22 735 09 00
Email d.jolliet@gmail.com
www.ncg-daniel-jolliet.com

Gold Service Genève
Rue Chantepoulet 2
CH-1201 Genève
Tel +41 22 732 65 45
Email geneve@gold-service.ch
www.gold-service.ch

Gold Service Lausanne
Rue du Petit-Chêne 27
CH-1003 Lausanne
Tel +41 21 320 10 50
Email lausanne@gold-service.ch
www.gold-service.ch

Bijouterie Bonnet
Place des Halles 8
CH-2000 Neuchâtel
Tel +41 32 725 84 82
Email neuchatel@gold-service.ch
www.gold-service.ch

Gold Service La Chaux-de-Fonds
Avenue Léopold-Robert 15
CH-2300 La Chaux-de-Fonds
Tel +41 32 913 21 21
Email lachauxdefonds@gold-service.ch
www.gold-service.ch

Gold Service Morges
Grand Rue 61
CH-1110 Morges
Tel +41 21 802 34 77
Email morges@gold-service.ch
www.gold-service.ch

Gold Service Bern
EKZ Wankdorf Center
Papiermühlestrasse 85
CH-3014 Bern
Tel +41 31 332 14 92
Email bern@gold-service.ch
www.gold-service.ch

Gold Service Fribourg
Boulevard de Pérolles 24
CH-1700 Fribourg
Tel +41 26 322 20 62
Email fribourg@gold-service.ch
www.gold-service.ch

Gold Service Delémont
Quai de la Sorne 5
CH-2800 Delémont
Tel +41 32 423 21 74
Email delemont@gold-service.ch
www.gold-service.ch

Gold Service Sion
Rue du Grand-Pont 20
CH-1950 Sion
Tel +41 27 322 20 53
Email sion@gold-service.ch
www.gold-service.ch

Gold Service Zürich
EKZ Letzipark
Baslerstrasse 50
CH-8048 Zürich
Tel +41 44 400 40 30
Email zuerich@gold-service.ch
www.gold-service.ch

Tarsem SA
Rue de Chantepoulet, 1
CH-1201 Genève
Tel +41 22 732 00 00
Email gold@tarsem.ch
www.tarsem.ch

Cabinet Numismatique Maison Palombo SA
Rue de la Cité, 27
CH-1204 Genève
Tel +41 22 310 91 97
Email palombo.geneve@gmail.com
www.maison-palombo-geneve.com

International

Europa

Gold and Forex International SA
Rue du Midi 101
B-1000 Bruxelles
Belgium
Tel +32 2 513 92 40
Email info@goldforex.be
www.goldforex.be

Invest In One LTD
25 Canada Square
Canary Wharf
33rd Floor - Office Quebec
London E14 5LB
United Kingdom
Email gerard.levy@invest-in-one.co.uk
www.invest-in-one.co.uk

Baird & Co
20-21 Gemini Business Park
Hornet Way, London E6 7FF
United Kingdom
Tel +44 20 7474 1000
Email sales@goldline.co.uk
www.goldline.co.uk

Agence Gold Service
La galerie “Mandelieu”
Avenue de Fréjus
06210 Mandelieu
France
Tel +33 4 93 93 76 51
Email mandelieu@gold-service.fr
www.gold-service.fr

Agence Gold Service
La galerie “Valentine Grand Centre”
Route de la Sablière
13368 Marseille
France
Tel +33 4 91 89 58 20
Email marseille@gold-service.fr
www.gold-service.fr

Agence Gold Service
La galerie “Angoulême Nord”
RN10 - Les Grandes Chaumes
16430 Champniers
France
Tel +33 9 67 16 56 02
Email champniers@gold-service.fr
www.gold-service.fr

Agence Gold Service
La galerie “Chateaufarine”
Route de Dôle
25057 Besançon
France
Tel +33 3 81 60 20 51
Email besancon@gold-service.fr
www.gold-service.fr

Agence Gold Service
La galerie “Le Phare de l'Europe”
29 route de Gouesnou
29200 Brest
France
Tel +33 2 98 36 43 37
Email brest@gold-service.fr
www.gold-service.fr

Agence Gold Service
La galerie “Glann Odet”
163 route de Bénodet
29000 Quimper
France
Tel +33 2 98 74 34 82
Email quimper@gold-service.fr
www.gold-service.fr

Agence Gold Service
La galerie “Cap Costières”
400 avenue du Dr Claude Baillet
30918 Nîmes
France
Tel +33 4 66 36 77 10
Email nimes@gold-service.fr
www.gold-service.fr

Agence Gold Service
Centre Commercial Blagnac - Entrée 3 & 4
2, allée Emile Zola
31700 Blagnac
France
Tel +33 5 61 85 27 17
Email blagnac@gold-service.fr
www.gold-service.fr

Agence Gold Service
La galerie “Espace Fenouillet”
Rue des Usines
31150 Fenouillet
France
Tel +33 5 62 80 23 98
Email fenouillet@gold-service.fr
www.gold-service.fr

Agence Gold Service
Centre Commercial Grand Quartier
Route Saint-Malo
35760 Saint-Grégoire
France
Tel +33 2 99 45 52 93
Email saintgregoire@gold-service.fr
www.gold-service.fr

Agence Gold Service
La galerie “Espace Anjou”
75 Avenue Montaigne
49000 Angers
France
Tel +33 2 41 48 96 15
Email angers@gold-service.fr
www.gold-service.fr

Agence Gold Service
La galerie “Les deux rivières”
78 Rue Ambroise Croizat
56600 Lanester
France
Tel +33 2 97 86 51 54
Email lanester@gold-service.fr
www.gold-service.fr

Agence Gold Service
La galerie "Nacarat"
Boulevard Saint-Jean - ZI “Le Brézet”
63100 Clermont-Ferrand
France
Tel +33 4 73 14 21 26
Email clermontferrand@gold-service.fr
www.gold-service.fr

Agence Gold Service
14 Bis Rue Royale
74000 Annecy
France
Tel +33 4 50 32 62 78
Email goldswiss@outlook.com
www.gold-service.fr

Agence Gold Service
10 Grande Rue
74300 Cluses
France
Tel +33 4 50 47 15 26
Email goldswiss.cluses@outlook.com
www.gold-service.fr

Agence Gold Service
18 rue du Mont Blanc
74700 Sallanches
France
Tel +33 9 51 83 45 09
Email goldswiss@outlook.com
www.gold-service.fr

Agence Gold Service
La galerie “Géant Niort”
Route de Paris
79180 Chauray
France
Tel +33 5 49 24 64 67
Email chauray@gold-service.fr
www.gold-service.fr

Asia

Baird & Co.Pte Ltd
12-05A Clifford Centre
24 raffles Place
Singapore 048621
Tel +65 6438 3047
Email russel@bairdco.asia
www.goldline.co.uk

Indigo Precious Metals Group Singapore
120 Telok Ayer Street
Singapore 068589
Tel +65 315 827 91
Email info@indigopreciousmetals.com
www.indigopreciousmetals.com

Indigo Precious Metals Group Malaysia
Suite 0525, Level 5
Wisma Sp Setia
Jalan Indah 15, Bukit Indah
79100, Nusajaya, Johor
Malaysia
Tel +60 1800 817 685
Email info@indigopreciousmetals.com
www.indigopreciousmetals.com

Global Precious Metals Pte. Ltd.
250 Tanjong Pagar Road
#05-02 St. Andrew’s Centre
Singapore 088541
Tel +65 6224 9198
Email info@global-precious-metals.com
www.global-precious-metals.com

Royalex Hong Hong
21/F.,A T TOWER,180 Electric Road,North point
Hong Kong
Tel: (852) 2512 8907
Email sales@royalexsilver.com
www.royalexsilver.com

Royalex Tower
Rua De Pedro Nolasco Da Silva,No. 16
Macau
Tel: (853) 28353898
Email tower@royalexsilver.com
www.royalexsilver.com

Do you want to become a distributor?

Distribution network extension: should you be interested in becoming an official distributor, please contact us.

We do not offer storage facilities but we do have agreements in place with reliable third parties. For more details, please contact us.


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This section covers the most frequently asked questions to guide you and help you to understand our universe.
Further questions will be added on a regular basis.

1. Is the face value of a gold coin relevant?

The face value of a gold coin is the nominal value given to a legal tender. For example a 1oz Gold American Eagle coin has a face value of USD 50, but it will always be traded at the market price of gold according to its purity.

2. What is a legal tender?

A currency in specified denominations that a creditor must by law accept in redemption of a debt.

3. Why is the finesses of the precious metals relevant?

Fineness is the purity of a given precious metal. Precious metals purity, is usually expressed in parts per thousand; thus .995, means 99.5% pure and 999.9 stands for 99.99% purity. The latter is also known as four nine (9999). To refine and attain pure gold, the smelter has to separate the gold from the other metals (copper, silver,...).

4. Do you know that the Swiss Confederation stopped to strike Vreneli gold coins?

The last Swiss Vreneli 20 Fr. gold coins were produced by the Swiss mint in 1949.

5. Why is it important to buy brand new products with an official foundry hallmark?

The producer is responsible and guarantees the weight and the finesses of the product.

6. What is the meaning of the hallmark?

In Switzerland, there are different types of hallmarks that have different meanings. For more information, please refer to Official Web Site

7. What is the Swiss ingot?

A gold bar weighting 1 kilogram approximately 32.151 troy ounces with purity of 999.9 / 1000. This is a standard accepted worldwide for bullion cast bars.

8. What is the reference price of gold?

The London gold fixing is the procedure by which the price of gold is determined twice each business day on the London market by the five members of The London Gold Market Fixing Ltd. It is designed to fix a price for settling contracts between members of the London bullion market, but informally the gold fixing provides a recognized rate that is used as a benchmark for pricing the majority of gold products and derivatives throughout the world's markets. The gold fix is conducted in United States dollars (US$), Pound sterling (GBP), and the euro (€) daily at 10.30am and 3pm, London time.

9. What is the gold standard?

A monetary system based on convertibility into gold; paper money backed and interchangeable with gold.

10. What is a "Good delivery bar"?

Large bars, the ingots that conform to the London Good Delivery and should weigh between 350 and 430 ounces (gold content) of a minimum purity of 99.5%.

11. What is the "Good delivery standard"?

The specification to which a gold bar must conform in order to be acceptable on a certain market or exchange. Good delivery for the London Bullion Market is the internationally accredited good delivery standard.

12. What is LBMA?

The London Bullion Market Association acts as the coordinator for activities conducted on behalf of its members and other participants of the London Bullion Market, and it is the principal point of contact between the market and its regulators. The LBMA sets and promotes quality standards for gold and silver bullion bars. The minimum acceptable fineness of the Good Delivery Bars is 99.5% for gold bars and 99.9% for silver bars.The London bullion market is an over-the-counter market for wholesale trading of gold and silver.

13. What is the etymology of "bullion"?

Metal in the mass, usually coin, bars, or ingots. The word "bullion" reportedly originates from Claude de Bullion (13th October 1569 – 22nd December 1640), a French aristocrat and politician who served as Minister of Finance under Louis XIII from 1632 to 1640. An alternative theory suggests that it comes from the old French word "bouillon", which meant "boiling" and was the term for a mint or melting house.

14. What is the "carat" measure?

Unit of fineness, scaled from 1 to 24, 24 carat gold (or pure gold) has at least 999 parts pure gold per thousand; 18 carat gold has 750 parts pure gold and 250 parts alloy per thousand. For example, 1 oz gold Kruggerand is 22 carat and minted from gold alloy that is 91.67% pure and copper for the remaining 2 carat.

15. Where does the term "Troy ounce" comes from?

A Troy ounce is the standard weight in which gold is quoted in the international market, weighing 31.1035 grams. It is named after the old French city of Troyes, the location of an annual trading fair in medieval times.

16. What is the premium?

The market value of a coin or product less the intrinsic value (actual value of the precious metal within the coin) of the same represents the premium.

17. What is a restrike coin?

A numismatic item produced from original dies at a later date. Example: the Swiss Vreneli 20 Fr. 1935, re-struck in 1947.

18. What are the chemical symbols for precious metals?

Gold is Au, from the Latin word "Aurum" which means shining dawn. Silver is Ag, from the Latin word "Argentum". Platinum is Pt, from the Spanish word "Platina". Palladium is Pd, from the asteroid "Pallas".

19. Is gold a currency?

Gold has been used throughout history as money.

20. What is White gold?

White gold is a pale precious metal alloy of gold usually with platinum or nickel or palladium.

21. What is a gold allocated account?

An account in which a client's metal is individually identified as his/hers, and physically segregated from all the other gold in the vault. The majority of banking metal accounts are unallocated, so the metals are bundled with other ownership in the vault. This storage method is cheaper, but with inherent risk.

Weight:

1 troy ounce = 1.097 ordinary ounces
1 troy ounce = 480 grains
1 troy ounce = 31.1 grams
1 troy ounce = 20 dwt (pennyweight)
18.2291 dwt = 1 ordinary ounce
1 troy pound = 12 troy ounces
1000 troy ounces = 31.3 kilograms
1 gram = .03215 troy ounces
1 kilogram = 32.15 troy ounces
1 ton = 32,150 troy ounces
1 ordinary ounce = .9115 troy ounces
1 ordinary pound = 14.58 troy ounces

Fineness and Carat Weight:

100 % = 1000 fine gold = 24 carat
91.7% = 917 fine gold = 22 carat
75 % = 750 fine gold = 18 carat
58.5% = 585 fine gold = 14 carat
41.7% = 416 fine gold = 10 carat


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Swiss One Plus SA
Rue du Rhône 69
CH-1207 Geneva
Switzerland

Tel +41 22 312 08 88

info@swissoneplus.com


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Swiss One Plus SA
Rue du Rhône 69
CH-1207 Geneva
Switzerland

Commercial Register number: CHE-182.577.909
Federal identification number: CH66022500187
Tel +41 22 312 08 88
E-Mail: info@swissoneplus.com

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