Gold Bars Worth $800,000 Owned By Prince
Prince, RIP, owned gold bars worth just over $800,000 according to the statement filed in a Minnesota court last Friday.
At the time of his death, Prince had taken delivery of and had in his possession 67 gold bars, 10 ounce gold bars, valued at $836,166.70. That’s according to an asset inventory compiled by Bremer Trust released by the Carver County District Court, as first reported by the Minneapolis Star Tribune.
The release inventory showed that the “Purple Rain” singer had no stocks, bonds, or other financial assets, but did have a substantial amount of land, property, cash and gold bars.
Besides the gold bars, Prince also had “about $110,000 in four bank accounts, unclaimed property, capital credits and cash” according to the Minneapolis Star Tribune.
He also had a dozen tracts of land in Carver and Hennepin, Minnesota that have an estimated total value of $25.4 million.