These 1 oz PAMP Suisse Gold bars exemplify the Goat as a symbol of harmony and serenity with this beautiful design. Each of these bars contains 1 oz of .9999 fine Gold and comes in an assay card of authenticity from PAMP Suisse.
- Contains 1 oz of .9999 fine Gold.
- Individual bars are presented in a sealed protective assay package.
- Obverse: Features a calm, elegant goat standing amidst tall grass, as well as the Chinese symbol for “goat.”
- Reverse: Depicts the back of the same image, with the addition of a kid facing the viewer, along with the weight and purity.
- The bar is enclosed in an assay card that lists the weight and authentication of the bar by the assayer.
- Manufactured by PAMP Suisse, the world’s leading independent Precious Metals refiner.
Display your Gold Bar in style by adding a presentation box or jewelry bezel to your order.
Perfect to commemorate any event from the Year of the Goat (1931, 1943, 1955, 1967, 1979, 1991, 2003 and 2015), this beautifully designed and affordable bar will serve as an excellent gift. Add this 1 oz PAMP Suisse Gold bar to your cart today!
The history of the 1 oz Gold bars
1 oz Gold bars with Chinese Lunar New Year designs are just one of the many Precious Metals products made by world renowned bullion brand PAMP Suisse. Established in 1977, PAMP Suisse produces everything from Gold bars to commemorative coins in their cutting edge Precious Metals refinery and fabrication facility located in Ticino, Switzerland. While offering Gold bars as part of the PAMP Suisse brand, the company also produces customized Gold bullion bars, coins and other Precious Metals products for governments, banks and state mints around the world. Buy Gold bars fabricated by PAMP Suisse, and increase your PAMP Suisse holdings by also purchasing Precious Metals products from their Silver and Platinum lines.
Why invest in 1 oz Gold bars?
Buying PAMP Suisse 1 oz Gold bars like these Year of the Goat Gold bars in assay provides investors with peace of mind as each bar is authenticated for weight and purity by PAMP Suisse’s independent, sworn assayers. Owning Gold bars in assay makes it easier to liquidate the Gold bullion because they are verified as containing one troy ounce of .9999 fine Gold. Many investors buy Gold bars to diversify their investment portfolios, following the advice of some financial planners who suggest allocating 5 to 10 percent of your portfolio to Precious Metals bullion. A modest allocation of PAMP Suisse Gold bars in your portfolio can help to provide insurance against events that may destabilize financial markets.
Collect 1 oz Gold bars that celebrate the Year of the Goat.
1 oz Gold bars such as these featuring the Year of the Goat are not only for investing, as many collectors are drawn to these Gold bars for their beautiful design celebrating the Year of the Goat, which is part of the Chinese Zodiac. Gold bars from the PAMP Suisse’s Lunar series follow the 12-year cycle of the Chinese Zodiac that associates a different animal and its characteristics to each year. PAMP Suisse Gold Lunar bars are popular for collecting and for gift giving to celebrate the Lunar New Year, as gifts of money and Precious Metals are common at this time in many Asian countries, as well as around the world. This Gold bar is the fourth one in the series, and with it, you can expand your collection of Chinese Zodiac Gold bars.
Is the 1 oz Gold bar price affected by collector value?
Whether buying this 1 oz Gold bar for investing or collecting, the price of the Gold bar is affected by its collector value and its authentication by an assayer. When you invest in Gold bars, you must decide if your primary goal is to purchase Gold only for its raw Gold value, or if you also want Gold bars that have collector value, like these PAMP Suisse Lunar Gold bars. Compare the Gold bar price of the PAMP Suisse Lunar Gold bar with non-collector Gold bars to see any differences. Many prefer buying these Gold bars with a collectible aspect because each bar represents a design masterpiece that celebrates a piece of Chinese culture, the Chinese Zodiac.