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5 Gram Gold Pamp Suisse Cross Bars (New w/ Assay)

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The new Religious Series from PAMP Suisse reveals symbols and emblems central to the world’s major religions. Among those religions, Christianity, Islam, Judaism, Hinduism, and Buddhism are all represented. For Christians around the world, the cross is the most recognizable symbol of the faith. Originally viewed by some as an emblem of torture, soon after the death of Jesus, it was adopted as the symbol of a then-emerging faith. Now, 5 Gram Gold PAMP Suisse Cross Gold Bars are available to you for purchase online at Silver.com.

Bar Highlights:

  • Bars ship to you sealed inside of assay blistercards!
  • Comes with an assay certificate!
  • Individual serial numbers from the mint!
  • Consists of Five Grams, or .1607 Troy ounces, of .9999 fine gold.
  • The obverse showcases a detailed, ornate Christian cross.
  • On the reverse are the identifying features of the bar.

In the ancient world, the cross was largely seen through the lens of its use by the Roman Empire. While many civilizations around the world used crucifixion is a form of torture and death, it was the Romans that industrialized the rollout of its use. The Romans would punish vanquished enemies, like the slaves of Spartacus’ revolt, by crucifying the enemy in public for the world to see. Of course, the death of Jesus Christ upon the cross at Mount Calvary.

It was the latter incident that would spark a revolution in the use of the cross as a symbol of religion. Because Christians view Jesus Christ as the Messiah, his death upon the cross at the hands of the Romans eventually led to the cross being adopted as the religion of Christianity’s official symbol. Today it remains in use in churches and on national symbolism throughout the Christian world.

The obverse of 5 Gram Gold PAMP Suisse Cross Bars includes a depiction of the Christian cross. This ornate cross has smaller Greek crosses in the four corners at its center, while three small crosses at the tips of each arm on the cross. The cross in this design is set atop a small pedestal.

On the reverse face of the 5 Gram Gold Cross Bars is the PAMP Suisse logo. The mint logo uses four circles with the letters from “PAMP” above the word “Suisse.” Other markings on this side of the bar include the weight, metal content, purity, assayer’s stamp, and an individual serial number. The serial numbers are issued with one-letter, six-number codes.

These 5 Gram Gold PAMP Suisse Cross Bars are available to you in brand-new condition. Each bar is housed in its own sealed assay blistercard. The card includes a capsule space to hold the bar and the assay certificate features the matching weight, metal content, purity, and serial number of the bar.

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Additional information

Weight 0.16000 oz

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Brand: PAMP Suisse

Mint: PAMP Suisse

Gold Content: 5 Grams

Purity: .9999 Fine Gold

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