8x1 gram multigram Fine Gold Bar 999.9 - PAMP Suisse Lunar Dog

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This multipack Lunar Dog in honor of Chinese Lunar New Year from PAMP Suisse contains 8 gold ingots (1 gram each) is now available. This gold bar is a prime example for which PAMP Suisse has become the best gold refinery in the world.

This elegant design shows the Brave Dog an important symbol for the Chinese Zodiac. With this combination of ingots, it is very affordable to acquire fine 0.9999 gold bullion produced by the world-renowned precious metal manufacturer. The prestigious ingots of PAMP Suisse are recognized throughout the world by admirers of gold and silver and they remain a symbol of wealth and prestige. PAMP Suisse is a wise choice for your purchases of gold bars, gold coins, and gold coins.

These elegant multi-grams of gold Lunar Dog presents the Dog on the obverse side. The Dog is featured sitting in front of his kennel, with the Chinese symbol of the word dog displayed elegantly above. On the back of the ingot, we have the rear shot of the dog and his kennel. The reverse side also includes essential additional elements such as the weight of the ingot, the purity of the gold and the unique serial number assigned to each ingot.

Take care of your PAMP ingots by using protective gloves to touch them. We recommend storing your ingots in a storage box to protect them not only from scratches but also accidents.

  • Product ID: ZAUFS00536
  • Year: 2018
  • Mint Mark: PAMP Suisse
  • Thickness: 1.1
  • Purity: 0.9999
  • Weight (g): 8.00 g
  • Weight (oz): 0.25720 oz
  • Length: 9.50 mm
  • Width: 6.00 mm

This beautiful 8g multipack, 0.26 oz (oz), is meant to celebrate the Chinese Lunar New Year. It is an important holiday in China and for anyone born in the Chinese year of the dog (1934, 1946, 1958, 1970, 1982, 1994, 2006 and 2018). Occupying the 11th position of the Chinese zodiac, the dog symbolizes traits of character such as loyalty, compatibility, and kindness. These traits are demonstrated in the ancient myth. The myth says that the Jade Emperor was chosen to decide on the order of the animals in the calendar, based on the order that they arrive at his royal gathering. Since three of the animals - Rooster, Dog, and Monkey - were fighting evil spirits, they arrived late for the royal meeting. The Emperor did not punish them, but their courage awarded them the last positions, giving the heroic dog the 11th position on the calendar.