The Carbonite Deluxe Collector's Box offers collectors and gift-givers alike an exceptional presentation solution for a variety of PAMP products and designs. The stylish packaging option features three packaging layers: a carbon-like exterior bearing the distinctive PAMP logo and an inner box of black velvet, with the product itself encased within a block of transparent acrylic that may be further incorporated into a removable tray.
100 Grams Deluxe Diwali Ingot
Delivering superlative quality, this uniquely stylized ingot features Lord Ganesha and Goddess Lakshmi, the eternal portrayal of wisdom and wealth, in brilliant color. The reverse features the auspicious ‘Shree Yantra’, ‘Shree Ganesh Yantra’, and ‘Shlokas’ in pristine Sanskrit.
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The “tola” is a traditional Indian unit of weight. It is a Hindi word, derived from the Sanskrit word “Tula”, defined as a balance, scale, or weight. The unit was introduced by England’s East India Company in 1836. Although the gram is India’s official unit of weight, the tola continues to be used in the Indian Sub-Continent, and in the Middle East. Tola bars traditionally have a millesimal gold purity of 999, but 999.9 bars are also manufactured. A serial number is not normally stamped on the bar.
Britannia first appeared on the coins of Emperor Hadrian over 2,000 years ago. Restored to British coinage in 1672 during the reign of Charles II, she’s appeared on the coins of every subsequent monarch. Reassuring and resolute she’s a rallying point come crisis or celebration, an embodiment of our national pride. Britannia resonates with international investors, a trusted symbol of the quality of British minting.
The Royal Mint presents the Britannia coin featuring Philip Nathan’s classic design. Standing firm in the eye of the storm, she displays an unyielding resolve. Since it was chosen to adorn the very first Britannia bullion coin in 1987, it has been acclaimed as a modern masterpiece.
Turkish Gold coins harken back to the days of the Ottoman Empire, which encompassed much of the Arabian peninsula prior to its break-up in the aftermath of World War I. These historic coins contain beautiful calligraphy!
Obverse: The center of the coin depicts Tugra. This is a calligraphic monogram of the Ottoman Turkish Sultan. The signature is surrounded by laurel twigs and torches, a symbol of victory and honor. Above, seven stars sign on the signature. Reverse: The monogram on the central part of the coin is surrounded by a laurel wreath. At the top of the coin are minted stars and in the bottom year of the coin.
Presented in a stunning presentation case with a heart-shaped crystal, this 1oz Silver coin is a lasting reminder of one of life's most significant and memorable occasions.
The coin's reverse depicts a bride and groom embracing on their wedding day with two intertwined gold wedding rings. The design includes the inscription CONGRATULATIONS and The Perth Mint’s traditional ‘P’ mintmark. The coin is issued as legal tender under the Australian Currency Act 1965 and features the Ian Rank-Broadley effigy of Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth II, the 2018 year-date, and the monetary denomination on the obverse.
Accompanied by a Certificate of Authenticity, each coin is presented in a prestigious white glossy box with a beautiful heart-shaped crystal on the lid, within an illustrated shipper.
A quantity of refined metallic gold of any shape that is made by a bar producer meeting standard conditions of manufacture, labeling, and record keeping. Larger gold bars that are produced by pouring the molten metal into molds 995 and 999 are both purities categorized under 24 Karat Gold, most commonly used for making gold coins. 995 Fineness represents 99.50% Purity. Gold Bars are the most recognized form of bullion purchase and are suitable for most investment goals.
The 50 Peso Mexican Gold Coin is more commonly known today as the gold Centenario, so-called because it was first issued in 1921 by the Mexican Mint to commemorate 100 years of Mexican independence from Spanish colonial rule.
On the obverse side of the Coin, you’ll find the original depiction of Winged Victory. this image features a front-facing Angel of Independence as she holds the wreath crown of military victory and self-governance over her head in her right hand. The left hand is down at her side and clutches the broken chains of servitude. The reverse of all Coins features the coat of arms for Mexico. These coins could feature various depictions of the Mexican coat of arms, but the general design remains focused on a golden eagle on a cactus perch as it battles with a snake.
The first decorative motif ever to embellish a precious metal bar, PAMP's distinctive Lady Fortuna design is famed the world over as assurance of PAMP quality and authenticity. Here, the Roman goddess of prosperity is portrayed with all of her mythical attributes: Sheaves of wheat, poppies, Horn of Plenty, precious coins, and Wheel of Fortune.
The front of the bar features an engraved image of Lady Fortuna. The PAMP Fortuna series of gold bars was the first series to enter the precious metals market with an artistic image on the front.
The reverse of the bar contains the weight, fineness, brand, and serial number. Each PAMP Minted gold bar comes with its own serial number, which is also confirmed on the assay certificate.
The rose has long been a source of fascination and inspiration for cultures around the world. The rose has captivated and enchanted man's imagination for centuries. Today, the rose is a very popular design on the Emirates Gold investment bars.
This $20 Liberty Head Gold Eagle Coin offers a great piece for investors to add to their portfolio and collectors a chance to add historical value. The coin comes graded by the Numismatic Guaranty Corporation, a renowned grading service, as Mint State 61 is in excellent condition considering the coin's age.
The obverse features a bust of Lady Liberty on her left side encircled by 13 stars each representing one of the original colonies of the New World. At the base of this design is the year of mintage. The reverse side shows a bald eagle bearing a US flag-based shield on its chest and its wings spread open, with a bundle of arrows and an olive branch clutched in its talons. Inscriptions include "UNITED STATES OF AMERICA," "IN GOD WE TRUST," "E PLURIBUS UNUM," and the denomination.