Other bullion coins you can sell at Spot4Coins
1 oz Gold American Buffalo – This coin was the first bullion issued by the US Mint that had a fineness of 999.9/1000. Because it’s made out of 24-carat gold, it comes in an individual plastic container meant to protect the coin from scratches and wear.
1 oz Gold American Buffalos are highly sought after by collectors. They fashion a beautiful design of a Native American on the obverse and a buffalo on the reverse.
The 1 oz Gold American Buffalo has a diameter of 32.7 mm and is 2.95 mm thick.
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China Panda 30g – Pandas are so cute, aren’t they? Perhaps this is what prompted the China Gold Coin Corporation to include this cuddly animal on their bullion. An interesting thing about China Panda 30g coins is that the design changes every year, which surely is great news for collectors!
China Panda 30g has a 999.9/1000 fineness, the diameter of 40 mm and is 2.98 mm. Just like the name suggests, it weighs 30 grams, which is equal to 0.965 troy ounce.
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Mexico Gold 50 Pesos – Mexican Gold 50 Pesos are very convenient when it comes to gold ownership. Each of these coins contains 1.2057 ounce of gold, which compared to other similarly-sized bullion, is quite a lot! It has a diameter of 37.1 mm and is 2.69 mm thick.
The design refers to the year 1821 – the year Mexico re-gained its independence. This is why Gold 50 Pesos are often referred to as ‘centenario’.
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Mexico Gold 20 Pesos – If you’re into ‘the end of the world’ speculations, then the Mexican Gold 20 Pesos coin is just right for you. Its reverse depicts the Aztec calendar – the same one that sparked apocalyptic panic back in 2012! The obverse shows the republic eagle.
Gold 20 Pesos contain 0.4823 oz of gold and are made with an alloy of 90% gold and 10% copper, which makes them withstand wear and scratches.
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France Gold 20 Franc – Gold 20 Francs have the diameter of 21 mm and the fineness of 900.0/1000, which means they are made out of an alloy of gold with another less precious metal. They weigh 6.4516 grams.
The obverse depicts the Genius writing down the Constitution, a rooster and the fasces. The obverse shows the denomination and the French Revolution slogan: Liberte, Egalite, Fraternite – Liberty, Equality, Fraternity.
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Swiss Gold 20 Franc – Swiss Gold 20 Francs were being minted from 1897 until 1935 and then from 1947 until 1949. The latter ones will bear the date of 1935 as they were re-strikes. On its obverse, the coin depicts Helvetia, the personification of the Swiss Confederation. She is a representation of either Swiss military prowess or the fertility of its soil. The obverse of the Gold 20 Franc shows the Swiss coat of arms.
The Swiss Gold 20 Franc has a diameter of 21 mm. It weighs 6.45 grams, 5,806 grams of which, is pure gold.
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Russia 5 Rouble – The obverse of this bullion coin depicts the emblem of the Bank of Russia – a double-headed eagle. The reverse shows the denomination of the coin and the year of minting. It’s a pretty straightforward bullion – no flashy design or special features. Just a 900.0/100- fineness and 3.69 grams of gold.
Russian 5 Rouble has a diameter of 21.90 mm and is 1.75 mm thick. The rim of this coin is smooth.
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Russia 10 Rouble – Nicholas II was by no means a good tsar. However, if you’re more into gold than history, the fact that his profile adorns the obverse of the Russia 10 Rouble coin shouldn’t bother you at all! The reverse depicts a double-headed crowned eagle, the Russian coat of arms. The coin was being minted from 1898 until 1911, which makes it a lovely collection piece as well.
The coin has a fineness of 900.0/1000 and weighs 8.602 grams.
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Germany 10 Mark – Germany 10 Mark bullion coin is a peculiar one. It had originally been minted in 1972 to commemorate the Munich Olympics. From that time, it was being used until 1997 to celebrate major occasions such as the 200th anniversary of the Brandenburg Gate. That makes each edition a special one, because it depicts a different event, character or monument – collectors, make a note of it!
Germany 10 Mark is a silver bullion coin. It has a purity of 62.5%, a diameter of 33 mm and weighs 15 grams.
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Germany 20 Mark – Germany 20 Mark is a beautiful historical gold bullion coin minted between 1890 and 1913. Its obverse shows the profile of the Kaiser Wilhelm II, the ruler of united Germany. The reverse depicts the German coat of arms form the period – an eagle with a shield on its chest.
Germany 20 Mark has a 900.0/1000 fineness, it weighs 7.965 grams and has a diameter of 22.5 mm.
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Austro-Hungary Ducat – Ducat is one of these words that’s instantly related to the times of musketeers and pirates. Funny to think they are still here today!
Although the Austro-Hungary Ducat was first minted in 1872, its origins go back to the 16th century. The coin ceased to be produced in 1915 – modern re-strikes bear that year.
The obverse of the Austro-Hungary Ducat is adorned by the Emperor Franz Joseph in a crown of olive branches. The reverse depicts the Austrian double-headed eagle.
This gold bullion coin weighs 3.49 grams, 3.44 out of which constitutes pure gold. It has a diameter of 19.75 mm.
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Austro-Hungary 4 Ducat – Austro-Hungary 4 Ducat is a piece of history. Bearing the year 1915, it is, however still a great gold bullion coin rather than a numismatic piece. It is almost entirely pure with the fineness of 986.0/1000 and a weight of 13.963 grams (and the fine weight of 13.767 grams).
The obverse of the Austro-Hungary 4 Ducat features the Emperor Franz Joseph with an olive branch crown. The reverse depicts the Austrian double-headed eagle.
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South Africa 2 Rand – Having one of the most popular gold bullions in the world – the Krugerrand, South Africa didn’t stop! The South Africa 2 Rand is another beautiful gold bullion from the South African Mint Company. Its obverse depicts Jan van Riebeeck, a Dutch colonial official. The reverse shows a prancing springbok. The coin has been minted between 1961 and 1983. It has a purity og 917.0/1000, a weight of 7.99 grams, a diameter of 22 mm and a thickness of 1.57 mm.
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British Sovereign – British Sovereign is one of the oldest and most popular coins. It was introduced at the end of 15th century by King Henry VIII. Nowadays it is one of the most recognizable bullions making it a great option for private gold ownership.
The British Sovereign gold bullion coin has also fans among numismatics collectors. Did you know that in 2014 someone paid 500 000 pounds for a single 1937 British Proof Sovereign depicting king Edward?!
British Sovereign weighs just a bit short of 8 grams and contains 7.315 grams (0.2354 oz) of pure gold making the fineness 916.7/1000. The diameter of the coin equals 22.05 mm and the thickness is 1.52 mm. The obverse of the Sovereign features different British rulers, while the reverse depicts the St. George and the Dragon scene.
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Poland 100 Zlotych – This beautiful silver coin was released in 1966 to commemorate the 1000th anniversary of Polish christening. Its obverse features a crownless white eagle – a symbol and a coat of arms of the People’s Republic of Poland. The reverse depicts Mieszko and Dabrowka – the first ruler of Poland from the 10th century and his wife.
Poland 100 Zlotych has a fineness of 900.0/1000. It weighs 20 grams, has a diameter of 35 mm and is 2.4 mm thick. The coin was demonetized in 1995 and is currently popular among both silver owners and collectors.
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Poland 200 Zlotych – Poland 200 Zlotych was released in 1974 to commemorate 30 years of the People’s Republic of Poland. The reverse features a concave shape of Poland and the obverse depicts the crownless white eagle – PRP’s coat of arms.
This silver coin has a fineness of 625.0/1000 and weighs 14.5 grams. The diameter equals 31 mm and the thickness is 2 mm. It has been demonetized in 1995 and is currently popular among both silver owners and collectors.
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