5 gram Fine Gold Bar 999.9 - PAMP Suisse Lunar Dog

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This 5 grams (g) gold bar, or 0.16 ounce (troy oz), featuring the Dog, one of the twelve symbols of the Chinese zodiac, is produced by PAMP Suisse for the Chinese Lunar New Year.

This elegant Swiss PAMP gold bar is a timeless classic. It features the faithful and honorable Dog, in honor of the Chinese Lunar New Year. With PAMP Suisse, you can count on exceptional quality. Gold has maintained its value throughout history, and it remains one of the best ways to preserve its heritage. When you buy a PAMP Suisse gold bullion, you make a wise decision for your long-term investment.

The famous gold bar PAMP Lunar Dog features the brave and faithful Dog. On the obverse side, he has a Golden Retriever sitting in front of his kennel. Above the Golden Retriever, the Chinese symbol of the word dog is displayed with elegance. On the back of the bar, we have the rear shot of the Golden Retriever and his kennel. The reverse side also includes additional essential elements such as the weight of the gold bullion, the purity of the gold and the unique serial number assigned to each bullion.

Take care of your PAMP Suisse precious metal by using protective gloves when handling. Gold bullion can also be stored in a PAMP safe. This not only protects your investment against scratches but also accidents.

  • Product ID: ZAUFS00534
  • Year: 2018
  • Mint Mark: PAMP Suisse
  • Thickness: 0.83
  • Purity: 0.9999
  • Weight (g): 5.00 g
  • Weight (oz): 0.16075 oz
  • Length: 23.30 mm
  • Width: 14.00 mm

This gold bullion aims to celebrate the Chinese Lunar New Year and important annual holidays 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 the traits of character such as loyalty, compatibility, and kindness. According to a famous Chinese myth, the Jade Emperor decided to choose the order of animals based on first come, first served basis, to see who would reach the royal holiday first. The Monkey, the Dog, and the Rooster were outside the Empire fighting evil spirits and trying to bring peace to the kingdom. Because of their fight, they arrived late. However, the Jade Emperor was impressed by their great action and honored the animals in their order of arrival - ranking the Dog with the eleventh position.