1 oz South African Gold Krugerrand - Random Dates 1 oz South African Gold Krugerrand - Random Dates
SAGB1
As Low As: $1,350.30
Qty Check / Wire Credit Card
1 - 9 $1,352.30 $1,399.63
10 - 24 $1,351.30 $1,398.60
25+ $1,350.30 $1,397.56
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1 oz COMEX Approved Gold Bar With Assay Certificate .9999 Fine - (Various Brand and Design) 1 oz COMEX Approved Gold Bar With Assay Certificate .9999 ...
JJ7797
As Low As: $1,346.26
Qty Check / Wire Credit Card
1+ $1,346.26 $1,393.38
5.0 IRA

Gold On Sale

At Gainesville Coins, we periodically offer select gold bullion and collectible gold products for discounted prices as part of a sale or special promotion. When you are interested in buying gold, but you aren’t concerned with high-premium items or brand names, you can always opt for the more generic gold items found in this section.

Depending upon the amount of available inventory for an item we have in-stock, we sometimes discover opportunities to pass on savings to our customers through special limited-time offers. There are even some customers who purchase almost all of their precious metals through these deals in an attempt to acquire as much gold bullion as possible on a budget. One clear benefit of using these sales promotions is the chance to build one’s bullion holdings in a cost-effective manner.

With the advent of different government-issued gold coin programs in the 1980s, the U.S. Mint and other major state mints around the world have found a way to provide their citizens--as well as investors and traders from around the world--with secure gold bullion on demand. With the removal of all precious metal content from most modern countries’ circulating coins during the 1960s and 1970s, many visionaries in both the public and private sectors realized that citizens still demanded gold and silver bullion, especially in times of financial or economic volatility.

With government Treasuries and Finance Ministries no longer issuing gold coins, the public turned to private refineries during much of the 1970s. In order to compete with these private mints, the governments of South Africa (1967), Canada (1979), Mexico (1981), China (1982), Australia (1986), and the United States (1986) began issuing gold bullion coins, among other countries to follow. As more countries introduced their own gold coins (sometimes under the auspices of other major mints, such as small Pacific island nations issuing gold coins through the New Zealand Mint), it expanded the reach of these coins extensively, creating a much richer marketplace for traders and investors to deal in gold.

Meanwhile, gold bars and other forms of non-monetary gold (pure bullion that has no legal tender status) from private refineries continued to be available on the market. Some government mints, such as the Royal Canadian Mint and the Perth Mint, even began to offer their own gold bars for investment, though these also lack legal tender value.

This is essentially how the modern market for gold coins evolved. As a result, there are an incredible variety of options for today’s gold buyer. Certain gold items acquire higher premiums than others, meaning that the investor who is only interested in accumulating gold bullion can do well to search around for gold items on sale. In many cases, we offer gold products for their melt value--the absolute rock-bottom price for physical gold!

A variety of different on-sale items can always be found in either our Daily Deal page or our Clearance Items section.

 

Payment Method

You have three options for payment methods when ordering online from Gainesville Coins.

  • You can pay with credit card: Visa, MasterCard, Discover, and now American Express are accepted.
  • You can pay with a check, cashier's check, or money order.
  • You can also pay by bank wire.

All checks must clear a hold period of 10 business days before your order will ship.

Bank wire payments require a 5% (10% for International) authorization hold on your credit card. (This isn't a charge and will be voided once your wire for the full amount is received.) Check with your bank for assistance with our bank wire instructions.

Orders paid with by credit card must ship to the address associated with the credit card account to help protect our customers from fraud. International credit cards are not accepted.

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