Why add the Pamp 1 oz. .999 Fine Palladium Bar –New Sealed with Assay Certificate to your stack?
Palladium is an ideal choice for stackers who seek to diversify their bullion holdings. Palladium’s popularity is growing in the numismatic field due to the increased striking of coins and minting of bars.
The face of this pure palladium bar is featured a blindfolded Fortuna, Roman goddess of luck, fate and fortune with a cornucopia pouring riches into her hands. She is closely associated with riches and abundance which are symbolized by the cornucopia. This beautifully made bar features reflective surfaces and outstanding security hallmarks. On the reverse, each bar is engraved with a serial number, the 1 oz. weight and 999.5 pure palladium notation along with the assayers mark.
Individual bars are sealed in a protective assay package that also lists the weight and authentication of the bar by the assayer. This authentication number will match the serial number on the bar itself.
Unlike gold and silver, there is no widespread historical monetary use of palladium but this is not seen as a deterrent. Palladium is regarded more as a “pure play” bullion position precisely because it is widely used in jewelry industry. Palladium is also used in the automotive industry in catalytic converters.
PAMP Suisse is a world leader in the precious metals business. Founded in Ticino, Switzerland in 1977 the company is known for its outstanding designs, craftsmanship and metal purity.
Add some variety to your precious metals stack with the sealed Pamp 1 oz. .9995 Fine Palladium Bar, with assay certificate. Buy yours from ModernCoinMart today!
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