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10 gram Gold PAMP Bar

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PAMP Suisse began in 1997 in Switzerland and is now the world's leading precious metals refiners. Originally starting as a minting facility for bars that weighed less than 100 grams, they now stand for more than half of the world market for gold bullion bars less than 50 grams and are dedicated to the art of transforming precious metals primarily for artistic use. They are used by both private companies and governments as a private minting service. At PAMP's minting facility, they employ Federal assayers of precious metals who all work in accordance with the 'Swiss Precious Metals Control Law' who both determine the fineness of the metal and verify the material coming from the melt.

PAMP was the first metal refiner in the world to introduce artistic designs onto their ingots, and the Lady Fortuna design that features on this bar was the very first decorative motif to be presented on bullion. In the past, PAMP has produced commemorative coins, and proprietary collections for brands such as Sanrio's 'Hello Kitty' and the world heritage organization UNESCO and have released bars that incorporate elements of popular culture. PAMP Suisse also provides gold bars to a number of banking institutions.

This 10 gram Gold PAMP bar features the world famous Lady Fortuna design on its obverse. This depicts the Goddess of Fortune among sheaves of wheat, poppies, precious coins, a horn of plenty and a wheel of fortune. The reverse of the bar has an inscription of the PAMP Suisse logo alongside the purity and the weight of the bar. All bars are inscribed with "ESSAYEUR FONDEUR" that guarantees their authenticity in addition to their impeccable quality. Each of these bars contains 10 grams of .9999 fine gold.


Features of the 10 gram Gold Pamp Bar
• Minted by PAMP Suisse
• 24 Karat
• Contains 10 grams of .9999 fine gold
• Eligible for Precious Metal IRAs
• Presented in an assay card
• Obverse features the traditional Fortuna design
• Reverse depicts weight, purity and unique serial number
• Dimensions: 15.8 x 26.5 x 1.25mm
• Features PAMP Suisse Veriscan® security

This 10-gram bar features the revolutionary PAMP Suisse Veriscan® security system which instantly authenticates any PAMP precious metals product that bears the Veriscan® logo. This reduces the risk of counterfeit bars and is available as an iPhone app or as software for your PC, making it convenient to use for any investor. For added security, each Gold PAMP bar also comes packaged with a serial numbered and tamper-evident assay card. This bar is eligible for Precious Metals IRAs which makes it an excellent way to begin your investment in gold bullion.

Specifications:

More Information
Product Type Bar
Purity 24 Karat
Mint/Refinery PAMP
Metal Type Gold
Face Value N/A
Grade Raw
Coin Type Bullion
Modern or Historical Modern
Year N/A
Metal Weight 10 grams

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