For many coin collectors today, buying gold bars is more than just a fun way to add bullion to their collections. And one of the most popular ways to secure physical gold bullion is by acquiring minted ingots from a reputable source like Switzerland’s Produits Artistiques Métaux Précieux, better known as PAMP® Suisse, one of the world’s most trusted refiners and fabricators of precious metals.
Gold From a Trusted Source
No country’s gold is more trusted than Switzerland’s. These PAMP Suisse gold bars are struck in 99.99% gold, and their convenient fractional sizes make them highly sought-after by gold buyers around the world. PAMP Suisse is located at Castel San Pietro, Switzerland. The company is completely independent of any government, and it provides more than half of all the gold bars under 50 grams sold around the world. They are so well-respected in the gold industry that they are authorized to determine the quality of products as an “Approved Good Delivery Referee” by the London Bullion Market Association. You can’t do better than PAMP Suisse!
Lady Luck and the Allure of Gold
In this offer you can acquire as much or as little gold as you want through these PAMP Suisse Five-Gram Gold Bars. Each bar measures 13.1 mm x 22.1 mm and comes in a tamper evident assay card that lists the matching serial number, fineness and weight. This makes it easy to see that the bars were not inappropriately handled thus ensuring proper weight and fineness. The obverse of each bar displays the image of “Lady Fortuna.” The goddess of fortune, Fortuna is quite literally the personification of “Lady Luck.” It’s the first artistic design ever to appear on precious metal bars, while the reverse shows the bar’s weight, purity and unique serial number.
Exclusive Anti-Counterfeit Technology
What’s more, PAMP employed its exclusive Veriscan technology to create an especially effective anti-counterfeit device. The Veriscan technology uses microscopic topography to identify the registered product. Each bar is scanned at its time of production and, when scanned by the customer, is authenticated within the Veriscan database.
Go for the gold and secure one — or several — of these PAMP Fortuna Five-Gram Gold Bars today!
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