Following the Chinese lunar calendar, 2022 is the year of the Tiger and is being celebrated from the 1st February 2022 through to January 31st 2023.
The organisation Pamp (Produits Artistiques Métaux Précieux ) has taken the opportunity to produce once again a beautiful piece of art and to base the design on the mighty beast.
The design is truly exceptional and minted with precision with a proof-like finish.
It depicts a youthful and energetic tiger descending a blossoming plum tree. The tiger’s characteristics have been portrayed in the drawing: determination, fierceness, courage. The plum tree is featured as, each year, the lunar calendar is influenced by a natural element. In 2022, that element is water which nourishes the plum tree so it can thrive. Plum blossoms are closely associated with the tiger as symbolic of good luck and endurance.
The reverse of the bar features the same scene from the opposing angle as well the PAMP Logo and hallmark, along with the bar's serial number, weight and purity
This bar is more presentational and collectable than most, due to the unique design which changes every year. The bar itself is 5 grams of 24 carat (999.9 fineness) gold and buying gold bullion is considered to be a unique and wise investment in the precious metals market.
PAMP Switzerland is the world's leading brand of gold bars and ingots. This bar is produced directly from molten gold. The traditional method consists of pouring the molten gold into a crucible in a mold of appropriate dimensions. It has a rawer appearance and is therefore used more for its "investment" aspect.
PAMP Swiss Gold bars are an excellent product for the investor who wants to buy gold as it allows him to get 99.99% pure gold at the lowest market price. Therefore, do not wait and purchase your PAMP 5gr 2022 Year of the Tiger on Coininvest right now!
1 The weight displayed is the fine metal content of the item. It does not reflect the actual weight of the product which may be higher.
* The delivered products may vary slightly from the picture shown.