5 gram Gold Bars PAMP Lunar Dog
Tavex is pleased to offer the PAMP Lunar 5 gram .9999 fine gold bullion bar. Manufactured by PAMP, a world renowned Swiss precious metals fabricator accredited by the Swiss Central Bank and the LBMA, the one hundred gram minted Lunar gold bar depicts the beautiful motif of a rooster, the symbol of one of the twelve years that constitute the ancient Chinese lunar calendar. The quality of this gold bar is peerless. Shiny surfaces coupled with frosty elegant motifs make the gold bar diffract different hues of gold, a perfectly memorable gift.
By taking possession of this elegant gold bar you are not only gaining a valuable precious metal fabricated by Swiss engineering expertise, but also an alternative hard currency that has an implicit guarantee of being international accepted by bullion dealers, financial institutions and investors alike.
Australian Lunar Year of the Dog gold coins are money. The Gold Lunar Series was introduced for the first time in 1996 and every gold coin in the series, including the Year of the Dog, is considered to be legal tender by the Australian Government.
Australian Lunar Year of the Dog gold coins are rare. Issued only twice since the Lunar Series started, in 2006 and 2018, the one-ounce Year of the Dog coin is one of the rarest 24 karat legal tender gold bullion coins to be issued in the 21st century.
Australian Lunar Year of the Dog gold coins are based on the treasured Chinese lunar calendar. Those born in the year of the dog are generally perceived to be honest, loyal, sincere, and of good nature, but they tend to be cautious and conservative.
Australian Lunar Year of the Dog gold coins are great gifts for your loved ones. Give a tributeto the ones you appreciate by marking their virtues and year of birth in pure24 karat gold, a gift that will stay with them forever.
Australian Lunar Year of the Dog gold coins are minted in proof-like condition. Minted with such high quality, brilliance and rich detail, it becomes hard not to call it “my precious”.
Australian Lunar Year of the Dog gold coins are popular with astute collectors. Its motif of the dog that varies every 12th year, its maximum mintage limit, and its quality, purity and legal tender status mean that the coin has a considerable premium over its melt value in the secondary market. Many collectors of Perth Mint coins assert that The Perth Mint is without equal when it comes to producing collector coins.
Australian Lunar Year of the Dog gold coins are internationally recognised. By being part of the Australian Gold Lunar Series which has been in continuous production for over 20 years, and by portraying motifs of the famous Chinese zodiac and the effigy of the most powerful and longest serving queen in the 20th century, Queen Elizabeth II, the Australian Lunar Year of the Dog gold coin is recognised throughout the world by bullion dealers and collectors alike.
Australian Lunar gold coin – Year of the Dog
The Chinese lunar calendar is today used by many for Taoist cosmology. It is believed that, depending on the year of the zodiac when a person is born, a special relationship exists between the person’s personality and the animal that constitutes part of the Chinese zodiac. The animals in the zodiac are supposed to be of symbolic nature, where each animal is a representation of a specific group of characteristics and traits that can be found in every human being. There are twelve animals in the Chinese zodiac, each of them being celebrated once every twelve years. The year of the dog was celebrated in 1934, 1946, 1958, 1970, 1982, 1994, 2006 and 2018.
Those born in the year of the dog are considered to be persons who bear a strong sense of loyalty towards others and will do anything for the person they cherish the most. Likewise, they are ready to help others and tend to put the interest of others before their own. People born in the year of the dog are said to be people who cherish a quiet life in the companionship of the family. They are also considered to be honest and sincere, disapproving of evil acts and dishonest gain. Because of their truthfulness, they will sometimes have issues coping with other people’s bad behaviour. Other people tend to have a harder time establishing a relationship with people born under the sign of the dog as they tend to be more conservative and cautious. But once friendship is established, they become excellent companions as they will remain faithful in maintaining the relationship. It can therefore be seen that the Australian Gold Lunar Year of the Dog coin is an ideal gift for whoever you love or respect, since giving a Gold Lunar coin means that you are showing affection by immortalising the person’s year of birth and particular virtues in pure and precious golden artwork.
The Perth Mint
The Perth Mint is a world distinguished mint and precious metals refiner that is located in the City of Perth, in Western Australia. The Perth Mint was founded in 1896 by Britain’s Royal Mint in response to the newly discovered gold deposits in Western Australia. Perth Mint’s task was to refine gold ore from the mines and to strike sovereign gold coins from the refined bullion. Between 1899 and 1931 the Pert Mint produced a considerable amount of gold sovereigns which were disturbed in Australia and throughout the British Empire to be used as circulating currency. British control over Perth Mint was relinquished in 1971 to the Government of Western Australia which then assumed ownership of the mint. Today, the Perth Mint is hailed for the exceptional quality of its world class investment bullion coins like the Kookaburra and Koala silver coins, and the Lunar Series. The Perth Mint has been a member of the London Gold Market (predecessor of the LBMA) since 1934. The swan design, which is the Mint’s official assay stamp registered with the LBMA, is recognised internationally and was inspired by the Mint’s location in Perth, where the main river, the Swan, runs through the city.
|Nominal value||Dimensions||Fineness||Product weight in grams||Gold weight in grams||Gold weight in Troy ounces|
|PAMP||23.30 mm x 14.00 mm x 0.83 mm||999.9||5.00050 g||5.00000g||0.16|
Obverse: The obverse portrays the effigy of Queen Elizabeth II. The reason for picturing Her Majesty the Queen stems from Australia’s membership of the United Kingdom’s Commonwealth of Nations. By being a member of the Commonwealth, Australia has Queen Elizabeth II as its reigning constitutional monarch. Above the Queen’s effigy is the text “ELIZABETH II” and “AUSTRALIA”. Inscribed below the effigy are the designer’s initials “IRB” – Ian Rank-Broadley. At the bottom, in semi-circle is inscribed the size of the coin, purity “9999 GOLD”, the year of the mintage, and the denomination of the coin.
Reverse: The reverse depicts a labrador retriever standing on rocks and featuring a stylised pine tree in the background. Inscribed above is the Chinese character for “dog”, and below the dog is the text “Year of the Dog”.
Purity: The 2018 Australian Lunar Year of the Dog coin contains 99.99% pure gold. This means that the coin is exclusively made of pure gold and is free of metallic impurities.
Packaging: Each coin is individually packaged in a hard plastic capsule by the Perth Mint. Multiples of 20 coins are available in wholesale packages.
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Delivery by PostNord: all orders are fully insured and trackable. The package is shipped the same day after we receive your payment and will arrive to your local post office within 1-3 working days.
Self pick-up: you are welcome to come and collect your products at one of our offices in Stockholm the same day we notify you that we have received your payment.