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PAMP Suisse Lunar Minted gold ingots are one of the most famous ingots on the market. At Gold Avenue, we highly recommend them for a first-time investment into the precious metal industry.
One of the most popular holidays in China is The Lunar New Year. There are over 1.5 billion people celebrating this holiday all around the world. Purchasing the Lunar ingot is a very smart choice - for collectors and investors alike. These are one of the most unique ingots on the market. They change their design annually in order to match the Lunar animal for that year. This year is known as the Year of the Rooster. This makes the ingot an excellent collector's item - as well as a clever investment. These ingots are also often considered wonderful gifts for those born under a certain year, and for those who celebrate Chinese New Year.
This 8g Standard Rectangular ingot is stamped with one of the twelve traditional animals of the Lunar New Year - the brave and proud Rooster. The Rooster is displayed standing proudly with his head placed high, and his chest puffed. The reverse side of the ingot displays the identical image of the Rooster, however, displayed for the back. Additional information on the ingot includes the ingot purity, weight, date of production, as well as a unique serial number.
We recommend you use protective gloves when handling your physical precious metal. This way you can protect your investment against scratches and damage. For extra security, you can also store your precious metals in our PAMP safes.
In 2017, the Lunar New Year celebrated the year of the Rooster. Those born under the Year of the Rooster, represent qualities of courage, handwork and they always aim to take initiative in a situation. The Rooster represents those born in the years 1945, 1957, 1981, 2005 and 2017. One of the most famous legends about how the Chinese Lunar New Year began describes the story of the Jade Emperor and his Royal Celebration. The Jade Emperor told the animals that he would decide on their order based on which animal would get to his celebration first. As the animals began to race, the final three: the Monkey, the Dog, and the Rooster happened to be outside of the Empire fighting evil spirits to restore peace in the Kingdom. Despite arriving late, the Emperor was impressed with their courageous acts and honored the last animals with the final three positions.