5 gram Fine Gold Bar 999.9 - PAMP Suisse Lunar Rooster

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PAMP Suisse Lunar Minted gold Bars are no doubt one of the most popular collector coins on the market. They are ideal for investment options, as well as being part of a collection.

PAMP Suisse produces Chinese Lunar New Year ingots, in order to commemorate this popular holiday. The Lunar New Year is one of the most famous holidays in China. It is also widely celebrated in other parts of Asia, as well as Chinese communities from all around the world. PAMP Suisse produces these gold ingots each year to follow the tradition of representing one of the animals symbolizing the Chinese New Year - this year being the year of the Rooster. Their annual design change is what makes these ingots truly unique. Many investors would even say that they are the most unique ingots available on the market. These prestigious ingots are recognized by gold admirers everywhere, and they remain a symbol of wealth and status. They are known for their beauty, high-quality design, and beautiful finish.

This 5g standard rectangle ingot is decorated with the Rooster - one of the twelve traditional animals of the Lunar New Year. The Rooster is displayed standing proudly with his chest puffed and his head placed high. On the reverse side of the coin, we can see the same image of the Rooster, however, displayed for the back. There is also additional information included, like for instance the Ingot purity, weight, date of production, as well as a unique serial number.

Please use protective gloves when handling your PAMP Suisse precious metal ingots. It is important you protect your investment against scratches and accidents.

  • Product ID: ZAUFS00520
  • Year: 2017
  • 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

Countless famous Chinese legends reenact the origin of the Chinese Lunar New Year. One of the most famous Chinese myth describes the story of the Jade Emperor and his Royal Celebration. The animals would be rewarded by their position on the first come, first served basis. All the animals took part in the competition but three of them: the Monkey, the Dog, and the Rooster. They were busy outside of the Empire fighting evil spirits to restore peace in the Kingdom. Although the three animals arrived late, the Emperor was impressed with their courageous deed and honored the animals with the final three positions. Those born in the year of the Rooster (1945, 1957, 1981, 2005 and 2017) are considered hard-working, resourceful and courageous - just as the Rooster was!