European Gold

European Gold

British Gold Sovereigns

At the height of the British Empire gold Sovereign coins were used worldwide. The size of a nickel, they were the world's most widely circulated gold coins. As the British Empire grew in the late 1800's and early 1900's the coins were minted in various cities throughout the British Empire;…

Swiss Gold "Helvetia"

The Helvetia is one of the most popular rare Gold coins among investors as it usually trades at a relatively low premium over the current Spot price of gold, yet it still maintains its numismatic qualities that qualify it as a private gold coin. The face value of the Helvetia…

French Gold "Napoleon"

The Napoleon is a colloquial term for French Gold coins which were minted at various times and in several denominations; the most popular of which is the 20 franc coin. The coin shown here was issued during the reign of Napoleon III and has a satin finish with the words…

French Gold "Rooster"

The French Rooster is a 20 franc Gold coin which was in circulation until 1914. This coin contains 90% pure gold and is considered to be one of the more affordable and popular rare gold coins for collectors and investors. The French Rooster depicts the Gallic Rooster and the words,…

French Gold "Angel"

The French Angel symbolizes the principles and ideals of the French Revolution, with the Angel, who represents the Spirit of France on the obverse of the coin. The angel is depicted writing the Constitution of France. A rooster, which is a symbol for vigilance, stands next to the angel. A…