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Krugerrand Gold Coin

The Krugerrand gold coin a model for other bullion gold coins South Africa had the inspired idea to mint their own gold coin, the Krugerrand gold coin which contained exactly one troy ounce of gold, in order to boost their gold market. When it was conceived, in 1967, the Krugerrand was not intended to be […]

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Gold Sovereign

Gold Sovereign Production The Gold Sovereign, minted from 1817 by the United Kingdom, is a gold bullion coin that takes its name after the old English Gold Sovereign which was last minted in 1604. Therefore, the Gold Sovereign is considered to be the new sovereign with a fineness of 22K or 91.66% purity. The Sovereign […]

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Gold Panda Coin

The Gold Panda Coin, a success of the Shenzhen Guobao Mint The Gold Panda Coin, minted by the People's Republic of China beginning with 1982, is a gold bullion coin that changes its design every year which makes it so desirable regardless of the fluctuations in gold`s price. These Gold Panda Coins with 99.9% in […]

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Gold Libertad

Gold Libertad Popularity The Gold Libertad (Freedom in Spanish) was the third modern bullion coin, following the Krugerrand and the Gold Maple Leaf, to be sold on international gold markets. These coins started being minted in 1982 by the Mexican Mint (Casa de Mondea de México) which is the oldest mint in the Americas being […]

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Gold Britannia Coin

Gold Britannia Coin Characteristics The Gold Britannia Coin is a bullion gold coin containing one troy ounce of gold with a face value of £100 being first issued in 1987 by the Royal Mint. Like any other bullion gold coin, the Britannia Gold coin is also issued in denominations of 1/2 oz with a corresponding […]

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Canadian Gold Maple Leaf

The Canadian Gold Maple Leaf the first bullion coin with 99.99% purity One of the best ways to invest in gold is by trading Canadian Gold Maple Leaf because they are amongst one of the most liquid bullion coins and are sold anywhere in the world. The Maple Leaf coins were first minted in 1979 […]

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