The Lunar Calendar Series of silver and gold for sale from PAMP Suisse offers investors a variety of options. These gold bars are produced only during the Chinese lunar calendar year that matches the animal’s appearance in the Zodiac, but there is no mintage limit to the production of each which means there is ample opportunity to get your hands on these bars. Right now, 5 Gram Gold PAMP Suisse Lunar Rat Bars are available to purchase online at Silver.com.
- Ships to you inside of individual assay card packages or boxes of 25 bars!
- Issued for Year 1 of the Zodiac, the Year of the Rat!
- Consists of Five Grams, or .1608 Troy ounces, of .9999 fine gold.
- The obverse side features a rat standing along a stone wall.
- On the reverse is that same rat as viewed from behind the wall.
- CertiPAMP packaging and individual serial numbers!
Each 5 Gram Gold PAMP Suisse Lunar Rat Bar is available to you today for purchase in brand-new condition. These bars ship individually with a CertiPAMP assay card package or in multiples of 25 bars housed in boxes. Each individual bar comes with its own assay card regardless of whether you buy one or the box of 25.
The assay card packaging from PAMP Suisse is red for the Lunar Series of bars and includes an oriental border design theme in the corners of the obverse. The obverse of the bar includes the full name of PAMP Suisse with “2020 The Lunar Calendar Series Rat.” On the other side of the assay cards are the individual serial number of the bar and the signature of the assayer.
The rat features first in the 12-year cycle of the Zodiac, but how is it that such a tiny animal won the race to meet the Jade Emperor? Well, the rat is a crafty and resourceful beast. The rat is said to have tricked the ox into giving it a ride and then jumping off the ox just before the finish line to cross first.
On the obverse side of 5 Gram Gold PAMP Suisse Lunar Rat Bars is the image of a rat standing on a stone wall. Perched up on its hind legs, the rat holds onto an ancient coin that includes a square hole in its center. The coin has Chinese symbols engraved upon it. Flip the bar over to its reverse, and you will see this same rat from behind as it stands on the top of the stone wall. This side of the bar has various inscriptions, including the weight, metal content, and purity of the product.
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