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PAMP Suisse is a prominent Swiss precious metal refinery, and this 2.5 gram bar is among the smallest in their gold bar program. PAMP Suisse is responsible for minting over half of the gold bars in the world weighing less than 50 grams. Each bar is made up of 2.5 grams of.9999 pure gold bullion; it is likewise secured by Veriscan innovation using microscopic topographical scanning for the identification and registration of each item. Each card is also fitted with a tamper-evident seal to protect versus counterfeit items being replaced into the assay card. These gold bars also feature a stunning style and a terrific surface, making them an excellent alternative for gifting or diversifying your silver stack. The design […]

2.5 Gram Gold Bar PAMP Suisse Lady Fortuna (In Assay)


The American Gold Eagles introduction in 1986 was a defining minute for the United States Mint. Most of the countries gold coining history consisted of a pureness level of.900 for its circulation coins. In 1834, the federal government lowered the gold requirement in coins from 22-karat crown gold to a flat .900, with all coins in circulation after 1837 boasting.900 gold only. Gold Eagle coins have 22-karat gold material that consists of 91.67% pure gold, 3% silver, and 5.33% copper. The 1986 release of the Gold Eagle marked the first time in more than 150 years that new coins were produced with this level of purity in the United States. On the obverse of 1 oz American Gold Eagle Coins […]

1 oz American Gold Eagle Coin