25 x 1 Multigram Platinum Bar | PAMP Suisse
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The new PAMP Suisse 25 x 1 Multigram Platinum Bar offers 25 individual 1 gram platinum bars This item is an innovation to the bestselling MultiGram series, which makes it an easy option for anyone trying to diversify their bullion investments. Each ingot weighs 1 gram and comes preserved in mint-grade packaging, which protects its integrity and condition. The metal ingots are engraved with the figure of Fortuna, the Roman goddess of fortune and the personification of luck.
- Ships individually in protective packaging
- Consisting of 25 x 1 gram platinum bars
- Obverse: Features Fortuna, the Roman goddess of fortune blindfolded with a cornucopia
- Reverse: Features the PAMP Suisse logo along with the metal weight, purity, and assay stamp
The front of each bar contains a picturesque relief of Lady Fortuna, the goddess of fortune who represented the personification of luck in Roman culture. The Lady, however, wears a blindfold to symbolise the changeable nature of fortune, which often carries an element of the negative with every wave of good.
The reverse of the bar is devoid of decoration, save a light border and the PAMP logo and stamp. Also on the reverse, you will find details of metal content, weight and purity, as well as the bar’s unique certificate number.
ABOUT PAMP SUISSE
PAMP, Produits Artistiques Metaux Precieux, is one of the world's leading precious metals refiners based in Ticino, Switzerland. Since 1977 PAMP has been creating some of the highest quality gold, silver, and platinum bullion bars, coins, blanks, and much more. PAMP holds many certifications including Good Delivery from LBMA and LPPM. It was the first mint to decorate the reverse of small bars, which became a popular industry practice afterwards.