100 gram Fine Silver Bar 999.0 - PAMP Suisse Lunar Rooster

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The Lunar New Year is one of the most popular festivals in China, which is celebrated by the Chinese community all around the world, and in other parts of Asia. There are over 1.5 billion people observing this annual holiday, and so you will be joining a very strong community. The Lunar Calendar ingots are also amongst one of the most unique in the world. They are one of the only ingots that change their design annually to match the symbolic animal for Chinese New Year. As a result, these ingots are considered excellent collector's items. Investors also take this wonderful opportunity and choose to invest in one of the most widely celebrated holidays around the world. This ingot contains .999 of fine silver, and it would be a wonderful addition to any precious metals portfolio.

On the obverse side of the coin displays the gallant Rooster. The Rooster is represented standing boldly with his chest puffed and his proud look. On the reverse side of the coin, we can see the same image displayed on the back. Additional information on the ingot includes the ingot purity, weight, date of production, as well as a unique serial number.

Take care of your PAMP Suisse ingots by using protective gloves when handling. The gold bars can also be stored in a PAMP safe. This not only protects your investment against scratches but also accidents.

  • Product ID: ZAGFS00106
  • Year: 2017
  • Mint Mark: PAMP Suisse
  • Thickness: 4.53
  • Purity: 0.999
  • Weight (g): 100.00 g
  • Weight (oz): 3.21500 oz
  • Length: 60.00 mm
  • Width: 35.00 mm

The Rooster was the symbol for last year's Lunar New Year. The Rooster proudly represents those born in 1945, 1957, 1981, 2005 and 2017. According to the Chinese traditions, those born in the Year of the Rooster are considered hard-working, resourceful and courageous. There are many famous tales about the origin of the symbolic animals. One famous Chinese myth speaks of the Jade Emperor and his Royal Celebration. The Jade Emperor was holding a grand Royal Celebration and told the animals that he would decide on their order based on who would get to his celebration first. As the animals raced, the final three: the Monkey, the Dog, and the Rooster were outside of the Empire fighting evil spirits to restore peace in the Kingdom. Although they arrived late, the Emperor was impressed with their great deed and honored the animals with the final positions.