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American Eagle Gold Coin

American Eagle Gold Coins
Fineness = 0.916
First released by the United States mint in 1986, the gold American Eagle is the first modern bullion coin to be authorized by the United States congress...and is backed by the US Mint for its weight, content and purity.

The beauty and power of America, captured in the graceful Striding Liberty design by Augustus Saint Gaudens for the 1907-1933 $20 U.S. Double Eagle gold coin is the basis for the American Gold Eagle coin. The reverse depicts a nest of American eagles signifying the strength and security of American families. These are the only gold coins whose quality and purity are guaranteed by the U.S. government. And by law, only gold mined in The United States is used in the minting of American Gold Eagles. Since its introduction in 1986, its four sizes, 1 oz., 1⁄2 oz., 1⁄4 oz. and 1/10 oz., have become the world's most widely traded gold bullion coins.
  Size
1.0000 Troy oz
0.5000 Troy oz
0.2500 Troy oz
0.1000 Troy oz
Diameter
32.7 mm
27.0 mm
22.0 mm
16.5 mm
Thickness
2.87 mm
2.15 mm
1.78 mm
1.26 mm
 
Canadian Maple Leaf Gold Coins

Canadian Maple Leaf Gold Coins
Fineness = 0.9999

Canadian Maple Leaf Gold Coin History
The Maple Leaf Gold coin has gone through many iterations since its inception in 1979. The 24k gold Maple Leaf coins are created from the gold of Canadian mines exclusively. The coins are issued by the Royal Canadian Mint and have legal tender values in Canada of C$1, C$5, C$10, C$20, and C$50. At inception, the Maple Leaf Gold coin had a .999 (three nines) 24k gold purity. In 1982 its purity was raised to .9999 (four nines) and has remained there. however, In 2007, the Royal Canadian Mint upped the ante in the 24k coin world by issuing a .99999 (five nines) purity limited edition 24k gold coin. Additionally, the 2007 limited edition coin features a stylized version of the maple leaf, the first major modification since its inception.

All denominations have the same obverse (heads) and reverse (tails) design, with exception to the rightful face value and weight per denomination. The obverse features a bust of Queen Elizabeth II and the reverse features the famous national symbol for Canada, the maple leaf. The coin was designed by Arnold Machin.
  Size
1.0000 Troy oz
0.5000 Troy oz
0.2500 Troy oz
0.1000 Troy oz
0.0500 Troy oz
Diameter
32.7 mm
27.0 mm
22.0 mm
16.5 mm
14.1 mm
Thickness
2.87 mm
2.15 mm
1.78 mm
1.26 mm
0.92 mm
 
Krugerrand Gold Coin

Krugerrand Gold Coin
Fineness = 0.9999
First struck at the South African Mint in 1967, the Krugerrand is the world's first ounce-denomination (tender) gold coin. This differs from a coin with a set denomination or face value, and therefore, the price set as legal tender is the equivalent of the spot price. The Krugerrand gold coin does not have a face value. The coin was developed on behalf of the South African gold mining industry and authorized by the South African Reserve Bank. The name is a combination of Kruger (see below), and rand, the official South African monetary unit.
Specifications of the 22k Krugerrand Gold Coin:

Gold Content (oz)
Weight (g)
Fineness (carat)
Diameter (mm)
Thickness (mm)
1 Ounce
1.0000
33.930
22
32.77
2.84
1/2 Ounce
.500
16.965
22
27.07
2.215
1/4 Ounce
.250
8.482
22
22.06
1.888
1/10 Ounce
.100
3.393
22
16.55
1.35
The krugerrand was originally minted in only the one ounce denomination. Starting in 1980, three other sizes including the 1/2 ounce, 1/4 ounce, and 1/10 ounce were also minted. It is minted in two versions: proof and bullion.
Austrian Philharmonic Gold Coin

Austrian Philharmonic Gold coin
Austrian Philharmonic Coins have gained recent recognition as being the first gold coins issued in the new Euro currency. The 1 ounce (oz) denomination is 99.99% pure (24 karat), making it a comparable alternative to the American Gold Eagle or the Canadian Maple Leaf.

The Austrian Gold Philharmonic Coin is minted at the Austrian Mint in Vienna, who have been producing quality coins for collectors, investors and trade for over 800 years. First released in 1989, it was the first 24 karat legal tender bullion produced in Europe. It's purity and content is guaranteed by the Central Bank of Austria. The coin has long been popular in Europe, but is gaining greater appeal in North America. According to the records of the World Gold Council, it was the best selling gold bullion coin in both 1992 and 1995. It is an internationally recognizable coin, and is easily saleable at gold market value.

The coin is appropriately named after the Vienna Philharmonic Orchestra. It features on one side the organ from Vienna's Golden Concert Hall, home to the Vienna Philharmonic. The reverse side elegantly pictures a selection of musical instruments.
  Front Design:
Back Design:
Diameter:
Thickness:
Weight:
Purity:
First Released:
Legal Tender:
  Musical Instruments
Organ from Vienna Golden Concert Hall
37 mm
2.0 mm
31.103 g
9999
1989
100 Euro
 
American Buffalo Gold Coin

American Buffalo Gold Coin
The Buffalo Gold coins, proof and bullion, are the first 24k gold coins to be minted by the U.S. Government. Authorized by congress in 2005 and first minted in June 2006, the gold in the coins is mined from U.S. sources.

The U.S. Government offered the Buffalo Gold coin as an alternative for those collectors who prefer 24k gold coins (.9999 pure gold) and previously purchased the Vienna Philharmonic gold coin or the Maple Leaf gold coin. The Buffalo gold coin differs from the American Eagle Gold coin in that the Eagle gold coins are 22k gold.
American Buffalo Gold Coin Design
Based upon an Indian Head Nickel (also known as the buffalo nickel) designed by James Earle Fraser, the coin features a Native American in profile on the obverse (heads) and an American buffalo (bison) on the reverse (tails). The American Buffalo Gold coin is based upon Fraser's design and features the mound visible under the buffalo minted in 1913 (type I buffalo nickel). Fraser's design was modified by Charles Barber and became known as type 2 buffalo nickel. The type 2 buffalo nickel does not feature the mound. Read about more of the Buffalo Gold Coin history here.
American Buffalo Gold Coin Editions and Mintage
The American Buffalo Gold Coin has two editions, a proof and bullion edition. Though both are minted at West Point, the proof differs in that it is intended to be a collector's coin with a softly frosted and highly detailed image that seems to 'float.' This coin typically sells at a premium over the bullion coin, as the coin is manually fed into the special die and struck multiple times.

The bullion edition is intended as an investment vehicle. It's price fluctuates with the price of gold. It is available through coin dealers and typically sells at 4-5% above the price of gold. Click buffalo gold coin editions to learn more.
American Buffalo Gold Coin Specifications
Content: 1.0000 Troy Ounce 24k gold of U.S. sourced gold
Weight: 1.0001 Troy Ounce (31.08 grams)
Diameter: 1.287 inches (32.70 mm)
Thickness: 0.116 inches (2.95 mm)
Edge: Reeded
Suisse One Troy Once Bar

SUISSE ONE TROY ONCE BAR
Fineness = 0.9999
PAMP offers a comprehensive range of gold bullion bars - refined up to 999.9, or even 999.99 purities - and available from 400-ounce (12.5-kgs, accepted as 'Good Delivery' in all major markets worldwide) through to kilo, ten-tola, 100-grams and tael bars. Sizes and purities of bars are matched to the special requirements of regional markets, fabricators or end users.

Of the platinum group metals, PAMP provides 'Good Delivery' bars of platinum and palladium in one- to six-kilogram weights, refined to 999.5 purities, from dedicated state-of-the-art facilities.

All bars are subjected to rigorous inspections and weighing before packing and dispatch, as would be expected of the world's perfectionist in precious metals.
 
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