Re-introducing gold bullion coins to the market, the 1 oz South African Gold Krugerrand marks the first modern gold bullion coin to be traded worldwide. Although the majority of these coins were minted over thirty years ago, they are still the first thing most people think of when it comes to buying gold coins.
First issued in 1967, the Gold Krugerrand offered an opportunity for South Africa to promote its gold market.These gold bullion coins were produced at the Rand Refinery, and contain 1 troy oz of Fine 22-karat Gold. It's unparalleled quality exploded on the market in 1970 with other countries quick to follow its success. The Gold Maple, the Gold Kangaroo and even the Gold Eagle have followed South Africa's impressive model set forth by the Krugerrand.
The design carries South African President, Paul Kruger on the obverse while the reverse features one of Africa's national symbols, the Springbok in mid canter. Sill revered in the bullion market and one of the more popular gold coins at Gainesville Coins, these 1 oz South African Gold Krugerrands of Random Date, can boost your precious metals holding and are classic inclusions to any collection!
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|Actual Metal Weight:||1 ozt|
|Face Value:||1 Rand|
|Mint:||South African Mint|
|Obverse Designer:||Otto Schultz|
|Reverse Designer:||Coert L. Steynberg|