Gold Bullion

Gold Bullion

Chinese Gold Panda (China)

The panda, minted since 1982 by the People's Republic of China, is a Bullion coin with a purity of 99.9%. The front face of the coin features Beijing’s Temple of Heaven, with the Chinese words: 中华人民共和国 (pinyin : Zhong Hua Ren Min Gong he guó, People's Republic of China). The…

Gold Mexican Libertad (Mexico)

The Mexican Gold Libertad, known as the "Casa de Moneda de México", is considered legal tender in Mexico and it has been in production since 1981. It has a current purity of 24-karats and is among the top-selling of all gold coins. Libertad translates into ‘freedom’, a theme embodied in…

Gold American Buffalo (United States)

Since 1986, the American Eagle Gold coins have been ascribed with a purity of 91.66% (22-karat). However, the market has long demanded a Bullion coin with a purity of 99.99% purity. In June 2006, the United States Mint responded to this demand, producing the "Buffalo", the first 24-karat Gold bullion…

Gold Krugerrand (South Africa)

The Krugerrand is a coin produced only in Gold. The coin’s name is a combination of that of the late President of the Transvaal, Paul Kruger (Stephanus Johannes Paulus Kruger, 1825-1904) and the South African currency, the Rand. Legally, according to South African Reserve Bank Regulation, the Krugerrand is an…

Gold Maple Leaf (Canada)

The Gold Maple Leaf is produced by the Royal Canadian Mint and was first minted in 1979. In the first three years of its production, the Maple Leaf coin had a purity of 99.9% gold. However, in 1982, this purity was increased to 99.99%, and in 2007 a special, new…

Gold American Eagle (United States)

The American Eagle is a classic Bullion coin, available in three different materials; a gold version dubbed the ‘Gold Eagle’; a silver version dubbed the ‘Silver Eagle’ and a platinum version dubbed the ‘Platinum Eagle’. The American Eagle was first issued by the U.S. Mint in 1986. The Gold Eagle…

Gold Vienna Philharmonic (Austria)

The Vienna Philharmonic, often simply called the ‘Philharmonic’, is an Austrian gold coin. Since February 2008, it has also been produced in silver. It is technically legal tender with a corresponding nominal value. The Gold Philharmonic has a purity of 99.99% (pure 24-karat gold). Its value is based primarily on…