The different coins

Ounce Noble Isle of Man

AVAILABLE IN GOLD AND SILVER

After Russian platinum coins production stopped in 1845, it took 138 more years for a new platinum coin to be issued.From November 1938, the “Pobjoy Mint Ltd.” issued the first platinum investment coin in the world : the “Noble” Isle of Man coin. The back of the one ounce silver coin shows a Viking historical longboat called “Thusly”.

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The Krugerrand

AVAILABLE IN GOLD AND SILVER

The Krugerrand is a South African Republic gold currency containing a gold troy ounce, which is legal tender since 1967. This coin is peculiar due to the fact it is both legal tender and has no face value. Its value is thus directly linked to the price of gold. It has been produced every year since 1967 by the South African Mint. From 1980, other coins came in addition to the one ounce Krugerrand : ½ oz, ¼ oz and 1/10 oz. The Krugerrand obversely has Paul Kruger’s portrait, the Transvaal South African Republic president from 1883 to 1900. A springbok gazelle, one of the national symbols of South Africa, appears on the reverse.

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La feuille d’érable canadienne

The Canadian Maple leaf

AVAILABLE IN GOLD, PLATINUM AND SILVER

The gold Canadian maple leaf is the official Canada’s gold coin and is striked by the Royal Canadian Mint. It is one of the purest coins of this kind, if not the purest, ever issued in the world to this day, with a 0.9999 or 24 carat guaranteed purity. Some special editions even reach a 0.99999 purity.
This coin was minted for the first time in 1979.
The Canadian coins minted between 1979 and 1981 have a 0.999 purity.

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THE BRITANNIA GOLD

The Britannia

AVAILABLE IN GOLD, PLATINUM AND SILVER

The Britannia is a British gold coin issued in 1987, with silver and platinum versions issued in 1997 and 2007. The coin got its name from Britannia’s representation which adorns its back. Even if it has a certain face value, it is not a circulating coin, nor a commemorative coin. It is originally a Bullion coin, that is to say a coin used for hoarding more than for practical or commemorative purposes. Nowadays, however, it is also collected by numismatists.

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Le kangourou Australien

The Australian kangaroo

AVAILABLE IN GOLD, PLATINUM AND SILVER

The Australian kangaroo was created in 1986 by Perth Mint in Australia. The back of the Australian nugget changes depending on the years, like the Chinese panda. A nugget whose size changed was drawn on the back from 1986 to 1989. The coin reverse represents a kangaroo, Australia’s symbol, since 1989. The obverse is recognizable thanks to the queen Elisabeth II print, drawn by Ian Rank Broadley since 1998. It is a pure gold coin, with a 99.99% (24 carat) titre, which needs to be handled carefully to avoid wear.

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The Vienna Philharmonic

The Vienna Philharmonic

AVAILABLE IN GOLD, PLATINUM AND SILVER

The Vienna Philharmonic, familiarly known as “Philly”, is undoubtedly one the most famous coins in the world for investors. This successful coin, ranked amongst the five first annual lists, gets its name from the famous Vienna philharmonic orchestra. The reverse and the obverse of the coin were designed by Thomas Pesendorfer, paying tribute to the prestigious institution. The back is filled with orchestra’s instruments whereas the obverse represents the Musikverein pipe organ in Vienna.

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