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1 oz. American Buffalos

The 24-karat American Buffalo Gold Bullion Coin was authorized by Congress in 2005 and first minted in June 2006. Made of pure 0.9999 fine gold, the American Buffalo is among the world’s purest gold coins. By law, the gold used to create the coin must originate from newly mined sources in the United States. The coin itself is minted at the United States Mint at West Point, New York, and does not have a mint mark.

  • IRA-eligible
Gold American Buffalo coin
CharacteristicValue
Format1 oz.
Weight31.108 g
Face Value$50 (USD)
Diameter32.7 mm
Thickness2.95 mm
Fineness0.9999
Gold American Eagle coin
CharacteristicValue
Format1 oz.
Weight33.933 g
Face Value$50 (USD)
Diameter32.7 mm
Thickness2.87 mm
Fineness0.9167

1 oz. American Eagles

First released by the United States Mint in 1986, the American Eagle Gold Bullion Coin is guaranteed by the United States government for its weight, content and purity. Considered by many to be one of the United States’ most beautiful bullion coins, the American Eagle contains the stated amount of gold plus small amounts of alloy to help create a harder and more scratch-resistant coin.

  • IRA-eligible

1 oz. British Britannias

Britannia is the female personification of Britain, embodying the changing ideals and values of the country throughout history. She has often been said to resemble powerful women through the ages and has been an enduring symbol of the nation, reflecting the spirit of heritage, strength and progress. Struck in 0.9999 fine gold, the obverse depicts Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth II or His Majesty King Charles III along with the face value of 100 pounds. The reverse depicts the legendary figure of Britannia holding a trident and shield.

  • IRA-eligible
Gold British Britannia coin
CharacteristicValue
Format1 oz.
Weight31.1 g
Face Value100 pounds
Diameter32.69 mm
Thickness1.8 mm
Fineness0.9999
Gold Canadian Maple Leafs coin
CharacteristicValue
Format1 oz.
Weight31.15 g
Face Value$60 (CAD)
Diameter30 mm
Thickness2.73 mm
Fineness0.9999

1 oz. Canadian Maple Leafs

Crafted by the Royal Canadian Mint since 1979, the Canadian Gold Maple Leaf is widely considered to be the world’s most popular gold coin. The Gold Maple Leaf is a stunning example of the expertise and craftsmanship the Royal Canadian Mint is famous for. The Gold Maple Leaf is the first bullion coin to achieve a purity level of 0.9999 fine, and both its weight and purity are guaranteed by the government of Canada.

  • IRA-eligible

1 oz. South African Krugerrands

Produced by the South African Mint since 1967, the Krugerrand is the original one troy ounce gold bullion coin. By 1980, the coin accounted for 90% of the private coin market. Its success and popularity among private investors is the reason why many other gold-producing countries began production of their own gold bullion coins. The Krugerrand contains a small amount of copper alloy, which improves the coin’s durability and scratch resistance and also gives the coin its distinctive orange-gold hue.

Gold South African Krugerrand coin
CharacteristicValue
Format1 oz.
Weight33.933 g
Face Valuenone
Diameter32.6 mm
Thickness2.75 mm
Fineness0.916
Gold Vienna Philharmonic coin
CharacteristicValue
Format1 oz.
Weight31.103 g
Face Value100 euros
Diameter37 mm
Thickness2 mm
Fineness0.9999

1 oz. Vienna Philharmonics

Minted since 1989 in the historic Austrian Mint in Vienna, Austria, the Philharmonic is among the world’s most popular gold bullion coins. According to the World Gold Council, it was the world’s top-selling gold bullion in 1992, 1995 and 1996. Struck in 0.9999 fine gold and backed by the Austrian government, the world-famous Vienna Philharmonic Orchestra serves as the inspiration for the coin.

  • IRA-eligible

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