This palladium ingot weighing one gram (g), or 0.03 oz (oz), Lady Fortuna is one of the most popular bullion on the market and one of PAMP Suisse flagship products.
Like silver and gold, palladium is considered a rare and noble metal found in platinum, copper and nickel mines and placers. Its standard atomic mass is 106.42 (1) u (chemical element of atomic number 46, of symbol Pd). It belongs to the platinum group and is included in the periodic table of the nickel group (group 10). In the precious metals market, palladium is more expensive than the price of platinum and silver but less expensive than the price of gold, even though it is 30x rarer than gold. Its use is now inevitable in the automotive industry and in electronic components.
With their valuable ingots recognizable everywhere, PAMP Suisse is the world's first independent precious metals refiner. Their products are unbeatable in terms of quality and production, which is why they remain number one in the rare metals market. PAMP Suisse products make a remarkable addition to a collection, or as a gift. Palladium is often an easy and sensible investment choice. Indeed, it is often bought by investors.
The obverse side of the bullion illustrates Fortuna, the Roman goddess of good prosperity and fortune. She is represented with her mythical attributes, the cornucopia, which is spreading the richness of her hands. It is also represented veiled, which is another personal attribute with which we associate it. On the back of the ingot, we have important information displayed such as the unique serial number, the weight of the ingot and the purity of the raw material, in this case, palladium.
We recommend that you handle your palladium ingot carefully and wear gloves when handling to avoid getting dirty or leaving fingerprints. We also recommend that you store your PAMP Suisse precious metal in a presentation box or an attractive display case. This will give your property a unique style, as well as extra protection.