Pamp Suisse 100 gram Gold Cast Bar
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Gold bars are a highly collectible item for both collectors and investors and are available in a multitude of varieties. This pristine 100g gold bar, manufactured by the renowned precious metal refining company – PAMP Suisse, is a highly sought after product among precious metal collectors. Superior purity and finish, as well as accurate weights contribute to the popularity of this 100 gram PAMP Suisse Gold Bar.
PAMP Suisse was founded in 1977, in Ticino, Switzerland. PAMP stands for ‘Produits Artistiques Métaux Précieux’, which roughly translates to ‘Artistic Products Precious Metals’. It originally started as a minting facility and has grown to offer virtually every service related to precious metals, including the collection of doré (a semi-pure alloy of gold and silver) from the mines, assaying, hedging and delivery of bars around the globe.
Gold Bars are either cast or mint and the PAMP Suisse Gold Bar is cast into shape; i.e. molten gold is poured into a mold and once the gold is soft, the engraving is imprinted on the bar. Although this process does not produce finely finished edges and shapes like mint bars, gold bars that are created using cast techniques are highly desired due to the rarity of these bars.
This PAMP Suisse gold bar contains 100 grams (3.215 oz.) of 0.9999 pure AU (gold) and each bar is cast individually with the utmost care. Every bar is unique with a serial number and an assay mark imprinted on it, moreover, the assay card bundled with it allows you to verify the authenticity of your purchase. Furthermore, these bars are eligible for use in precious metal IRAs (Individual Retirement Accounts) too, hence making them prized from an investment standpoint.
Every bar bears the PAMP Suisse logo – consisting of the letters ‘PAMP’ enclosed by 4 circular tubes, at the top. This is followed by the word ‘Suisse’, under which the weight, purity and metal content of the bar are engraved. These bars have a rough and unrefined appearance, unlike mint bars; this enhances the visual appeal of the bar, giving it a natural and antiquated look which is valuable to collectors all over the world.