PAMP is pleased to announce the latest edition in its beloved Lunar Calendar Series with the release of the 2014 Year of the Horse ingot.

    Celebrated by the Chinese for its essential role in the advancement of civilizations, the horse heralds a year of adventurous progress and courageous development. The horse’s symbolic qualities of strength and power mixed  with grace and nobility have helped it to become one of   the most popular motifs in Asian culture. Each of those qualities is beautifully conveyed in the 2014 Year of the Horse ingot.

    Precisely minted in fine gold or fine silver, the ingot features the unique and eye-catching front-to-back design that has become the hallmark of the series. The original and innovative design effect depicts the elegant horse standing proudly against a lone tree, and shows the animal from both sides.

    As with all editions of the Lunar Calendar Series, the 2014 Year of the Horse ingot is sealed within brilliant red, CertiPAMP packaging, ready-made for gift-giving; whether it is meant to express hopes for the advancement of a friendship or business venture in the new year, or as a source of strength and personal development for the experienced bullion enthusiast.

    Further information on the 2014 Year of the Horse ingot, and the other ingots in the Lunar Calendar Series, can be found here.



    PAMP and the Royal Australian Mint are pleased to announce the issuing of the ‘40th Anniversary of the Sydney Opera House’ commemorative coin. Scheduled for a September 2nd release, the one dollar legal tender coin is the first to be issued by the Royal Australian Mint  within the official ‘International World Heritage Coin Program’. The new issue continues PAMP's cooperative international coin and medal program with UNESCO to promote its World Heritage sites and global missions.


    Opened on October 20th 1973, the world renowned structure was deemed “a masterpiece of 20th century design” when it was inscribed as a UNESCO World Heritage site in 2007. Since its opening, the Opera House has played host to some of the finest performers of the past four decades and stands as one of the most iconic buildings in the world.


    The coin's design features a complete view of the Opera House with its distinctive vaulted shells and unmistakable architecture on the reverse, with an inscription of ‘40th Anniversary of Sydney Opera House’ underneath the image. The coin's obverse features the effigy of Queen Elizabeth II and is inscribed with ‘Elizabeth II” and “Australia 2013’.

    The one dollar commemorative coin is being released in both silver proof and uncirculated aluminum-bronze. The roof coin is housed in a capsule and placed inside an attractive presentation case. The uncirculated coin is presented n a blister and housed in a printed presentation card. The Royal Australian Mint will release the officially UNESCO icensed and Sydney Opera House approved legal tender coin on September 2nd 2013.

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