1 oz Fine Gold Bar 999.9 - PAMP Suisse Lunar Dog

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This one-ounce (oz.) gold ingot, 31.10 grams (g) is produced by the world-renowned precious metals refinery, PAMP Suisse. The ingot has a beautiful design specially designed in honor of the Chinese Lunar New Year.

PAMP Suisse is the world's leading manufacturer and refiner of gold. He is credited with a very respected name and reputation. With the products from PAMP Suisse, you can also count on exceptional quality. Since money is known to have maintained its value throughout history, it remains to this day one of the best ways to preserve wealth and gain added value in the long run. Indeed, the price of silver has countered inflation and periods of uncertainty, making it a safe haven for many investors. The purchase of a gold PAMP Suisse bullion is the perfect opportunity for a new investment and more accessible than other precious metals.

The 1 oz (31.10g) Silver PAMP Lunar Dog Bar features the brave and loyal Dog. On the obverse side of the ingot, a Golden Retriever is put in front, sitting in front of his kennel. Above the Golden Retriever, the Chinese symbol of the word "dog" is displayed with elegance. The opposite side of the ingot has the rear view of the Golden Retriever and its kennel. This side also includes additional elements such as the weight of the ingot, the purity of gold and the unique serial number assigned to each ingot.

Take care of your PAMP ingot using protective gloves when handling. This will protect your precious metal against scratches or accidents. The gold ingot can also be stored in a PAMP safe.

  • Product ID: ZAUFS00532
  • Year: 2018
  • Mint Mark: PAMP Suisse
  • Thickness: 1.71
  • Purity: 0.9999
  • Weight (g): 31.10 g
  • Weight (oz): 1.00000 oz
  • Length: 41.00 mm
  • Width: 24.00 mm

This beautiful gold bar aims to celebrate the Chinese Lunar New Year and important annual festivals in China, as well as anyone born in the Chinese Year of the Dog (1934, 1946, 1958, 1970, 1982, 1994, 2006 and 2018).

The dog symbolizes honorable traits such as loyalty, compatibility and kindness. These traits are also known for those born in "The Year of the Dog". The ancient Chinese myth claims that the Jade Emperor had to decide the order of the animals for the calendar. Not knowing how to go about it, he decided to allocate a place according to the order of arrival of the animals at his royal holiday. The Monkey, the Dog, and the Rooster were outside the Empire chasing evil spirits and bringing peace and prosperity to the kingdom. Because of this, they arrived together. The Jade Emperor was impressed by their great act and honored the animals with their position - finally honoring the dog with the eleventh position.