Issued since 1986, the American Eagle is the first bullion gold coin issued by the United States. Guaranteed by the United States Mint to contain 1 OZ of gold, it is composed of 90% gold and 10% copper for durability. Bearing a $50 Face value, eagles are approved by the U.S. government for inclusion in an Individual Retirement Account.
|SOUTH AFRICAN KRUGERRAND
The first gold bullion coin minted for private ownership, the South African gold krugerrand has a composition of 90% gold, 10% copper, and contains 1 OZ GOLD. Obverse depicts Paul Kruger, the first president of South Africa.
|AUSTRIAN 100 CORONA
This coin features a design from the time of the Austro-Hungarian Empire. Emperor Franz Joseph on the obverse; two-headed eagle on the reverse. The coin contains 0.98 OZ GOLD
|CANADIAN MAPLE LEAF
The world's first pure gold bullion coin minted by a government, the Canadian Maple Leaf contains 1 OZ of 999 FINE GOLD and bears a $50 CDN Face Value.
|MEXICAN 50 PESO
The largest of the Gold Majors is the Mexican 50 Peso. This massive and heavy coin contains 1.2 OZ GOLD
|CLASSIC DOUBLE EAGLE
The American Double Eagle, minted from 1849 to 1907, was an institution in the United States, with a heritage dating back to the California Gold Rush. Affordable numismatic item close to bullion value. Composition: .900 GOLD, .100 COPPER. Contains .9675 OZ GOLD
|SAINT GAUDENS DOUBLE EAGLE
The Saint-Gaudens Double Eagle, minted from 1907 to 1933, is considered to be the most beautiful American coin. Composition: .900 GOLD, .100 COPPER. Contains .9675 OZ GOLD.
Recognized and widely imitated around the world, the British gold sovereign has been a medium of trade for over 150 years.
Contains .2354 oz GOLD
|Series of Royal Portaits of British monarchs depicted on the obverse
of the gold sovereigns. Most common dates are readily obtainable
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|FRENCH 20 FRANCS
This coin is an institution that dates back to the time of Napoleon. A variety of designs tracks the changing governments in France, from the empire of Napoleon III to the republic. Angels are especially popular.
Contains .1867 oz GOLD
|PRUSSIAN 20 MARKS
This coin features Kaiser Wilhelm and the eagle that would later become the national symbol of Germany.
Contains .2304 oz GOLD
This coin depicts William III (1849-1890) and the coat of arms of Holland. Always a popular item.
Contains .1947 oz GOLD
|ITALY 20 LIRE
Obverse shows Umberto I (1878-1900), while the reverse bears a wreath and the arms of Italy. Often found in old collections.
Contains .1867 oz GOLD