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  1. 1 Ounce Gold Canadian Maple Leaf Back Dated

    1 Ounce Gold Canadian Maple Leaf Back Dated

    The $50 Gold maple leaf is Canada’s 1 Ounce bullion gold coin and a flagship of Bullion Coins since its introduction in 1979. The face features Elisabeth II, reigning monarch of the Commonwealth and nominal face value of $50. The reverse features the Maple, as well as its troy weight. The maple is minted in 99.99% pure gold. These coins will be .9999 gold coins of varied dates. Learn More
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  2. 1 Ounce Gold American Eagle Back Dated

    1 Ounce Gold American Eagle Back Dated

    The 1 Ounce Gold Eagle is the premier gold bullion coin of the United States and the world. Since it’s inception by act of Congress in 1986, it has been one of the most popular bullion coins in the world. It is approximately the size of a 50¢ piece and showcases Saint-Gaudens’ timeless Lady Liberty, with the reverse showing the namesake Eagle, the coins troy weight, and nominal face value of $50. While containing a full troy Ounce of gold, the eagle weighs a bit more than a troy Ounce, as it is coined in the 1986 legislated gold alloy of 91.67% gold, with the remaining mix in copper and silver. This makes the gold stronger and less likely to scuff from mishandling. These coins will be minted between 1986 and the present. Learn More
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  3. 1 Ounce Gold South African Krugerrand

    1 Ounce Gold South African Krugerrand

    The South African gold Krugerrand is the “original Bullion Coin“. The first gold coin with one Troy ounce of gold, it is the grandfather of all modern bullion coins, such as the Eagle, Maple, Kangaroo, and Philharmonic. Until these coins were created, the Krugerrand had the dominant market share. First minted on 3 July 1967, the name is a compound of Paul Kruger, the former President of the South African Republic (depicted on the obverse), and rand, the South African unit of currency. On the reverse side of the Krugerrand is a springbok, South Africa's national animal.

    The gold Krugerrand, like the gold American Eagle, weighs over one Troy ounce, as it is alloyed with copper (91.67% Au, 8.33% Cu) for hardness. Although gold Krugerrand coins have no face value, they are considered legal tender in South Africa by the South African Reserve Bank Act (SARBA) of 1989.

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  4. 1 Kilo Gold Bar - various mints

    1 Kilo Gold Bar - various mints

    Kilo Gold bars are one of the lowest premium ways to hold gold. Minted by various London Bullion Manufacturing Association suppliers these gold bars weight 32.15 oz and are the largest standard size bar commonly traded. Learn More
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  5. 1 Ounce Gold Austrian Philharmonic 2019

    1 Ounce Gold Austrian Philharmonic 2019

    The Gold Vienna Philharmonic is Austria’s 1 Ounce bullion coin. This €100 face value coin has been minted since 1989. It contains 1 Ounce of .9999 gold, featuring the instruments of the Vienna Philharmonic on the reverse and the Musikverein Pipe Organ on the front, along with weight, purity and nominal face value. The Philharmonic is one of the more popular bullion coins in Europe, being the only gold bullion coin denominated in Euros. The Philharmonic appears larger than most 1 ounce bullion coins due to its thin edge. These coins were minted in 2019. Learn More

  6. 1 Ounce Gold Bar - PAMP

    1 Ounce Gold Bar - PAMP

    PAMP SA Produces these 1 Ounce serialized gold bars, in a package with various anti-counterfeiting features. PAMP is an acronym for Produits Artistiques Metaux Precieux. PAMP SA is a Swiss company recognized worldwide for their precious metal products. They have been in business since 1977 and their products are common means for investing in metal. Learn More
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  7. 1 Ounce Gold Australian Perth Mint Bar

    1 Ounce Gold Australian Perth Mint Bar

    The Perth Mint produces these 1 Ounce gold bars, nicely packaged in a plastic assay card. The design features various anti-counterfeiting features, and the bars are well known worldwide as a inexpensive way to invest in gold. Learn More
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  8. 1 Ounce Gold Australian Kangaroo/Nugget Back Dated

    1 Ounce Gold Australian Kangaroo/Nugget Back Dated

    The Gold Kangaroo is Australia's 1 Ounce gold bullion coin. Since 1986 the Perth Mint has produced this $100 face value coin with different reverse designs, originally a traditional gold nugget, with a Kangaroo design in the early 90's. Every year the artwork on the reverse is a different Kangaroo scene. The face of the coin features the Reigning Monarch of the Commonwealth, Elisabeth II. The Kangaroo is .9999 fine gold. They are encased in plastic capsules to protect the coins. Learn More
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  9. 1 Ounce Gold American Buffalo Back Dated

    1 Ounce Gold American Buffalo Back Dated

    The 1 Ounce Gold Buffalo is the younger sibling of the Gold Eagle. Introduced in 2006, the Buffalo is composed of 99.99% pure gold. In a throwback to the Buffalo Nickel, it features an Indian in profile on the face, and the namesake Buffalo on the reverse, as well as its nominal $50 face value and weight. The Buffalo has been a popular coin since its introduction for investors who prefer pure gold bullion. These coins will be minted anywhere between 2006 and the present. Learn More
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  10. $20 Saint-Gaudens Gold Double Eagle PCGS

    $20 Saint-Gaudens Gold Double Eagle PCGS

    The Saint-Gaudens Double Eagles each contain .9675 ounces of gold and are composed of 90% gold and 10% copper by weight. Certified authentic PCGS graded coins are available in various years and grades from MS-62 up. The obverse of the coin displays a striding Lady Liberty with lit torch and and olive branch her hands. From behind her shine the rays of the sun over the US Capitol Building. The reverse displays an eagle in flight over a rising sun. The coin was designed by Augustus Saint-Gaudens and was minted by the United States Mint from 1907 until 1933. Each coin has been graded and certified authentic by PCGS and comes in a protective enclosure which states the date, grade, and denomination of the coin as well as its unique PCGS number. Learn More

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