South African Gold Krugerrand

  • South African krugerrand gold coin
As a means of selling gold from local mines, South Africa began minting the gold Krugerrand coin in 1967.  Despite the coin being banned by a lot of Western countries, for the next two decades, the gold Krugerrand accounted for nearly 90% of global gold bullion coin sales.  Named for the man featured on the coin, the gold Krugerrand contains 22 karat gold, with approximately 2.8 grams of copper in the alloy.

Current Prices (informational only)

  • 1 Oz Krugerrand – $[metal_price metal=”gold” “unit”=”ounce” weight=”1″ plus=”75″]
  • 1/2 Oz Krugerrand – $[metal_price metal=”gold” “unit”=”ounce” weight=”.5″ plus=”75″]
  • 1/4 Oz Krugerrand – $[metal_price metal=”gold” “unit”=”ounce” weight=”.25″ plus=”75″]
  • 1/10 Oz Krugerrand – $[metal_price metal=”gold” “unit”=”ounce” weight=”.1″ plus=”75″]

Gold Krugerrand Design

gold Krugerrand
The obverse of the coin, design by Otto Schultz, features a depiction of South African statesman Paul Kruger.  The reverse was designed by Coert Steynberg and features a depiction of the springbok, a South African national symbol.

The South African Mint also produces collector proof coins with the same design, only differing on the amount of serrations on the edge of the coin.

Please Call us at 800-707-7923 to obtain a quote for buying South African gold Krugerrand coins

2016-10-31T12:20:09+00:00By |Categories: Foreign Gold, Gold Coins|

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