For around 2000 years the Britannia has stood for Britain, demonstrating the spirit of the British Isles. Since Roman times Britannia has stood for the symbol of Britain, representing Britain in the female form. She has been on every coin under each Monarchy since 1672. In 1987 we honoured Britannia with a new premium coin, sister to the Sovereign. 2013 saw Britannia enter a new era; Proof Coins will now champion the best British Artists with a new design each year. Not only will these Coins the best of British they are now struck in the finest .9999 of investment… Read More

Gold South African Krugerrand coins are one of the most invested precious metal forms in the world because of its purity. The obverse side of the coin has the image of the first president of South Africa republic, Paul Kruger. On the reverse side is the image of the South African antelope, the date of issue, and the purity of gold printed on it. Each 1 oz Gold South African Krugerrand weighs approximately ninety-one and two thirds of gold content and eight one third of copper content. History The South African Krugerrand gold coins were first introduced in 1970. Gold South… Read More

The Gold Chinese Panda coin has a Panda struck on one side and the Temple of Heaven on the other. Pandas have been a symbol of peace and humbleness due to their usually docile behavior and have distinguished the Gold Chinese Panda coin from other countries designs. This was also the image that the Chinese government wanted to project to other nations, a diplomatic strategy called “Panda Diplomacy” was developed. The Temple of Heaven, is a complex of Taoist buildings situated in the southeastern part of central Beijing and was visited by the Emperors of the Ming and Qing dynasties for… Read More

Gold Austrian Philharmonic coins are a 99.99% pure 24 karat gold bullion coin. The front of the Gold Austrian Philharmonic coin has the words “Republik Osterreich” for Austria, and the image of the great organ in Musikverein Golden Hall, home of the Vienna Philharmonic Orchestra, considered by many to be the best in the world. The reverse side of the Austrian coin are some of the instruments used by the orchestra to include the double bass, Vienna horn, harp, basson and violins bannered by the words “Wiener Philharmoniker”. History Austrian gold coins has been quite popular in the world right from… Read More

The Gold Canadian Maple Leaf coin features the bust of her majesty Great Britain’s Queen Elizabeth II with the name of the queen appearing on the top of the coin, the denomination, the date of issue is printed below the bust. The obverse side depicts the national symbol of Canada, the maple leaf, from which the coin derives its name. The reverse side has the name of the country “Canada” and identifies the 1 oz weight and purity of gold printed .9999. The print “1 OZ OR PUR” is English and French, which are the national languages of Canada and translates to… Read More

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