12 x 1 gram Gold Bar PAMP Suisse Lady Fortuna Veriscan
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This multigram Fortuna has 12 gold bars of 1 gram (g). The Lady Fortuna is the best selling and most popular product on the market, appreciated by all investors, collectors or gold lovers.
These Lady Fortuna are issued by PAMP Suisse. PAMP is a premium brand based in one of the most beautiful countries in the world - Suisse. The PAMP Suisse refinery is renowned for producing the most elegant pieces of the highest quality. This 12g multipack, 0.39 ounce gold (oz), Lady Fortuna will be a wise investment for anyone who wants to invest in the precious metals industry for the first time. Buying PAMP Suisse products remains a rising investment for investors who want to diversify their portfolio by buying gold ingots/bars, gold coins.
The gold bullion PAMP Gold features Lady Fortuna, the goddess of prosperity, luck, and fortune. She is represented with her popular mythical attribute cornucopia, which spreads wealth from her extended hands. On the back of the bullion, we have important information on such a unique serial number, the weight of the gold bullion and the gold purity.
Please handle your gold ingots carefully. We strongly recommend that you use them when handling them to avoid getting dirty or leaving fingerprints. We also recommend that you store your belongings in a box or an attractive window.
- Product ID: ZAUFS00401
- Year: -
- Mint Mark: PAMP Suisse
- Thickness: 1.1
- Purity: 0.9999
- Weight (g): 12.00 g
- Weight (oz): 0.38580 oz
- Length: 9.50 mm
- Width: 6.00 mm
The multigram Lady Fortuna depicts the goddess Roman Fortuna, who is the goddess of luck and fortune. She is still represented holding her cornucopia. PAMP Suisse was the first institution to produce decorated gold bullion, and Lady Fortuna was privileged to be the first character chosen to decorate a gold bar.