Here's a Bullion Exchange ad showing the latest.
The black assay card has been around since at least 2015
All debt-based consumption steals from the future to gratify the present. It is tomorrow’s consumption pulled forward. It signs a perpetual check against an overdrawn future.
The new graphics are nice.
They look nice... I am partial to gold displayed on a black background... it really makes it stand out. Cheers, RickO
I had reported a pretty obvious fake in the old black packaging that kept popping up from Korea on the bay. Perth mint made it disappear. This new packaging has a capsule change as well.
I won't buy a modern 1 oz gold bar without a serial number, and matching assay card.
Perth Mint has been using that black swan assay card for a while. Yet their bars are still heavily counterfeited. At least PAMP made efforts to combat counterfeiting with their Veriscan app. I prefer PAMP over Perth
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