1 Oz Silver Bar - PAMP Suisse Lunar Dog
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This 1 oz Silver bar produced by PAMP Suisse, is an elegant design featuring the Chinese Zodiac symbol of the Dog. This is an important symbol of the Chinese Zodiac and the Chinese Lunar New Year.
PAMP Suisse is the world's leading manufacturer of Gold and precious metals. Their prestigious bars are recognized by Gold and Silver admirers everywhere, and they remain a symbol of wealth and prestige. This PAMP Silver Bar is one of this year's most recognizable and sought-out design yet. Silver has maintained its value throughout history, and it still remains one of the best ways to preserve wealth. Purchasing a PAMP Suisse Silver Bar is the perfect opportunity for a new investment.
The famous PAMP Lunar Dog Silver Bar features on the obverse side a Golden Retriever sitting in front of his kennel, with the Chinese symbol for dog displayed elegantly above. On the reverse side of the bar, the same image can be seen displayed form the back. The reverse side also includes some essential additional features like the weight of the bar, the purity of the silver old, and the unique serial number designated to each bar.
Take care of your PAMP bars by using protective gloves while handling it. The Silver bar can also be stored in a PAMP storage box. This not only protects your bar from any scratches or accidents but it stores and displays it very elegantly.
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This beautiful Silver bar aims to celebrate the Chinese Lunar New Year, an important annual holiday in China, and anyone born in the Chinese Year of the Dog (1934, 1946, 1958, 1970, 1982, 1994, 2006 and 2018).
The dog occupies the 11th position in the Chinese Zodiac, and he ( and anyone under his sign) symbolizes character traits such as loyalty, compatibility, and kindness. As specified by the famous Chinese myth, the Jade Emperor decided the order of the animals based on a quest, to see who would reach his royal celebration first. The Monkey, the Dog, and the Rooster were outside of the Empire fighting evil spirits, and so they arrived together. The Jade Emperor was impressed with their grand deed and honored the animals their position - honoring the Dog with the eleventh position.