Our gold bullion coins are available in many different designs and types. Not only are they made from gold, a highly sought-after precious metal but they are beautifully crafted, adding a collectors’ element to it possessing it. Much of our gold coins are sourced from reputed dealers that only make limited numbers, so scarcity and a higher demand sometimes drive prices up. While new coins are minted, they often have variations each year, so the same isn’t produced again.
The gold coins are available in varying purity levels. The American Gold Eagle, for instance, has a .9167 fineness, while some of the Canadian coins have a .9999 fineness which is nearest to pure gold.
Generally, gold coins are issued in a troy ounce, there are also ½ and 1/20 troy ounce coins available. The prices for these coins also vary and will fluctuate.
Below are some of the most popular gold coins sold at NPMEX:
The American Gold Eagle: It is a popular gold bullion and has remained a staple since it was first introduced in 1986. We have quite a few variations of the American Gold Eagle, such as the ¼ oz, 1 oz, and 1/10 oz sizes.
British Gold Britannica: It was initially introduced by the Royal Mint in 187, and since then, they have become increasingly popular by gold coin collectors and investors. The mint issues 1oz, 1/2oz, 1/4oz, 1/40 oz, and 1/20 oz sizes. The coins are available in various face values such as £50, £25, and £100. The gold coins had a .9167 fineness until 2013. Then starting in 2013, the British Gold Britannica’s fineness was raised to .9999.
Canadian Gold Maple Leaf was introduced in 1979 by the Royal Canadian Mint, which started production with the $50 face value coin. These coins have been in very high demand since they were first introduced. The classics are available in 1oz, 1/4oz, and 1 gram sizes, including others. Each coin is guaranteed by the Government of Canada, with a .99999 fine gold purity.
Gold Bullion Coin Mints
Most investors prefer to buy mint gold coins owing to the fact that their purity and other aspects of their value are backed by their respective federal governments and central banks. Gold bullion coins from the following mints happen to be the most popular:
• United States Mint
• The Perth Mint
• Royal Canadian Mint
• Chinese Mint
• The Royal Mint
• Mexican Mint
• Austrian Mint
• South African Mint
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