In the 1300s, Valentine’s Day officially became a holiday associated with love and romance.
Saint Valentine wasn’t just one person – In fact, there might have been two or three. But the most common “founder” of Valentine’s Day was Saint Valentine who defied Emperor Claudius II. At the time, Claudius had banned marriage because he thought it distracted young soldiers. Valentine felt a bit differently — he illegally married couples until he was caught. After he was sentenced to his death, young couples would visit his cell and give him flowers and cards. He allegedly died on February 14. 
The most common Valentine’s gift is jewelry. Do things differently this year and give a present whose value grows over time– PAMP 5g Love Always gold bar. Exactly like love grows over time. 
Valentine’s Day is the most romantic day of the year and it outshines any other day of the year for receiving the most amount of proposals.  It is reported that over 6 Million couples get engaged on Valentine’s Day. 
About 1 billion Valentine´s Day cards are exchanged each year. This makes it the second-largest seasonal card sending time of the year. 
How ´X´ came to mean ´Kiss´? The use of X came to represent Christianity or the cross, in the Middle Ages. During the same time, the same sign was also used to sign documents and papers. After marking the X, the writer often would kiss the mark as a sign of their oath. The gesture grew mostly among kings and commoners to certify books, letters, and other paperwork, these records were described as having been ´´sealed with a kiss´´ 
Tavex AB is an official retailer for PAMP. You can buy the ´Love always´ PAMP 5g gold bar in Stockholm at Tavex AB.
The ‘Love Always’ PAMP 5g gold bar employs the words that, regardless of culture or language, translate as the time-honored signature of heartfelt messages between friends, family, and our special ‘loved ones’. With artwork original to PAMP on fine gold or fine silver, the ‘Love Always’ ingot is sealed within soft, gradient rose CertiPAMP packaging and ready-made for gift-giving. 
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