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Gold is the premier precious metals investment. Many benefits such as VAT exemption, high demand and limited supply make it the #1 of the precious metals. To find the right gold investment, investors should be very well versed with the subject of gold. Below we provide in-depth information and advice about gold and gold investments in order for you to find the best gold investment.

 

Gold Price

The price of gold is the most important factor when buying gold coins and gold bars. Gold is traded on the commodity exchanges around the world. The price is determined by supply and demand, derivatives and options, the mining output, and the world political situation. Furthermore, twice a day the price of gold is fixed by the "London Bullion Market". Since 1919 the LBMA traditionally exerts "relative control" over the gold price. At this Gold Fixing five banks participate directly and mining companies other banks and other important sectors of the global economy indirectly. The aim of the Gold Fix is to ensure the supply and demand for a negotiated price is respectively equal, only then will the price of gold be fixed. The price of gold on the exchanges can develop again freely between these AM and PM fixings.

So if you buy gold coins or gold bullion, the price is directly correlated to the official gold price. This official gold price is called the spot price. On top of the spot price their is what’s called a premium.

 

Gold Price Premium

The premium on gold coins and bullion is charged by the manufacturers of the precious metal products, as well as the gold sellers. The premium is the manufacturer and sellers costs plus a margin. The costs for minting gold coins and gold bars or the pouring of gold bars are versatile. These costs include the production of coin blanks (blanks), embossing machines, embossing dies, blast furnaces and all that is needed within a refinery or precious metal foundry. Of course the seller also incurs costs through staff, storage, security and other cost structures within the bullion company. Furthermore, the precious metal dealer also places a margin on the gold product. Prices of gold coins and gold bars can vary, not only at the product level, but also between the sellers.

 

Gold Prices in Recent Years

Essential to the investment success is the timing when buying gold. No buyer wants to see losses of 10% or more within a few days, even if looking at gold strategically over the long term. Therefore, you should develop a feeling for the gold price, which can be done by studying the gold price in recent months and years. From a broad information base one can develop a view to where the gold price may develop, or whether the entry into a gold investment is right at the time.

 

Gold Coins - Information and Tips

Gold coins have been one of the best ways to preserve capital for centuries. Nowadays gold is described as an investment or specifically marked for investors. There are many advantages of gold coins but these two are particularly significant: 

  • 1. Gold coins are recognized in Europe as investment coins, therefore can be bought and sold VAT free. 
  • 2. Gold will always have a high value because it is very rare. Also due to its characteristics, appearance and history is in high demand. 

 

If you opt for gold coins as capital protection, you should know all the advantages and disadvantages. It is also recommended to learn about the alloys, the various weights, and other properties of all investment gold coins.

 

The following gold coins tips and information will help you make informed decisions.

 

Premium Gold Coins

The premium of gold coins can vary widely, in this case there are several factors involved. Firstly, gold coins like Krugerrands, Sovereign or Australia Kangaroo are minted in varying volumes. Likewise long transport routes by the Mint to the end user play a role.

As an example Australian coins such as the Australian Kangaroo and Lunar II series or Canadian Maple Leaf have a long journey of several thousand kilometers to Europe. But the biggest factor in the premium is the weight of the coins. Higher weight coins like 1 ounce have a lower premium of approximately 3% -6%. 

Premiums for smaller weights such as the 1/10 oz can be as high as 16% or more. For this reason, investors should, if possible, consider 1oz gold coins.

Next, “uncirculated” coins that come directly from the mint can also have a slightly higher fee, since they are usually in perfect condition.

 

Alloys

The alloy or the amount of fine gold contenz, is crucial for the properties and appearance of investment gold coins. Here, the scratch resistance, corrosion and color are particularly important.

 

Scratch Resistance

The scratch resistance property is no longer as important as in previous centuries, but it still factors into an investor’s decision. In earlier times, the circulation of gold coins often had a copper alloying ingredient, so that they could be in circulation for many years without being quickly deformed and damaged.  

Circulation coins have been used to pay for products and services and have exchanged hands many times. Copper is a nearly ideal alloy constituent for gold coins because it is very hard and gives the coin a good scratch resistance. In addition, copper is a very affordable metal. Gold itself is very soft and therefore can easily scratch. As a result pure gold coins must always be stored, so they are not damaged. 

The proportion of fine gold in a gold alloy can be determined by the specified fineness. The fineness is on a metric scale of a thousand parts. Hence a fineness of 1000/1000 pure gold can not be achieved since the smallest impurities during refining of the gold can not be prevented. Usually you will find a fineness of 999.9/1000 with 24 carat gold coins. An example of 24k coins are the Vienna Philharmonic and Maple Leaf. 

It is different with 22 carat gold coins, they have a fineness of about 917/1000 and the alloy components are copper and silver. Usually, 22 K gold coins have only copper as the alloying ingredient. (91.67% gold and 8.33% gold). Typical representatives of 22 carat gold coins are the Krugerrand and Sovereign.

 

Color and Corrosion of Gold Coins

Just as a particular alloy affects the scratch resistance of gold coins, it can also change the color and corrosion resistance. Pure Gold coins have the typical golden color and do not corrode, but have the disadvantage of a very low scratch resistance. In contrast, a 22 carat gold coin with a copper alloy component results in a reddish tint. Over the years the appearance of the coin can change to a darker red-golden color. The best and most famous example of this is the Krugerrand. Should you be interested in a coin with a typical golden color, then you should opt for a 24-carat gold bullion coin. Another coins with a different alloy composition is the American Eagle. The alloying constituents include 91.67% gold, 5.33% copper and 3% silver. Silver is one of the brightest precious metals and reduces the red coloration of the copper, the downside to silver is that it is very soft and much more expensive than copper. That's why the American Eagle does not have a pronounced red color, which is positive, but does not have the scratch resistance of a normal 22 carat gold coin. The American Eagle also carries a slightly higher premium due to the silver content.

 

 

The Best-known Investment Gold Coins and Mints

 

Krugerrand

The Krugerrand gold coin is the #1 bullion coin and can certainly be described as the first pure gold bullion coin. Introduced in 1967 to the market by the Rand Refinery in South Africa, the Krugerrand has the largest market share worldwide. Krugerrand coins consist of 22 carat gold, with a fineness of 916.7/1000. The alloy components are 91.67% gold and 8.33% copper. The copper content gives the Krugerrand good scratch resistance, but also a reddish tint, which may darken due to corrosion over time. Several million 1oz Krugerrand’s have been minted in the past. The front shows the profile of Paul Kruger and the back depicts a springbok antelope which is the national animal of South Africa. The appearance of the Krugerrand has not changed since 1967, which makes it very well recognizable and therefore is one of its strengths.

 

Premium

Due to the high demand of Krugerrand gold coins the 1oz variant has one of the smallest premiums on the market for 1oz gold coins.

Weight: 1oz, 1 / 2oz, 1 / 4oz, 1 / 10oz

 

Maple Leaf

The Canadian Gold Maple Leaf coin was first issued in 1979 and is one of the best-selling bullion coins in the world. The Maple Leaf has a fineness of 999.9/1000, making it a 24 carat gold coin. The gold coin has a low scratch resistance, but has the advantage of the very beautiful gold color and natural corrosion resistance. Minted by the Royal Canadian Mint which is headquartered in Ottawa. The Maple Leaf is also available in silver and has annual editions in the tens of millions. The obverse depicts an image of the maple leaf and since 1979 on the reverse motive Queen Elizabeth II can be seen.

 

Premium

Due to the high volume production of the Maple Leaf, the 1oz variant has one of the smallest premiums. 

Weight: 1oz, 1 / 2oz, 1 / 4oz, 1 / 10oz

 

Vienna Philharmonic

Since 1989 the Vienna Philharmonic from Austria has been the most successful European investment gold coin. The Austrian Mint AG, headquartered in Vienna issues the Philharmonic with a fineness of 999.9/1000. The Vienna Philharmonic has a very beautiful golden color but does not have good scratch resistance which is the case for all 24 carat gold coins. The design of the front panel shows the famous Vienna Musikverein organ in the Golden Hall. The reverse side has a motif of eight instruments of classical music, which include the horn, bassoon, harp, cello, two violins and two violas.

 

Premium

Due to the high production of the Vienna Philharmonic gold coins have the 1oz variant has a relatively small premium. 

Weight: 1oz, 1 / 2oz, 1 / 4oz, 1 / 10oz

 

American Eagle

With the American Eagle, the US has been able to establish a successful gold bullion coin in the world market. The American Eagle was introduced in 1986 by the United States Mint, and it also exists as a silver coin. A special feature is the alloy, which is composed of 91.67% gold, 5.33% copper and 3% silver. Therefore, this 22 karat gold coin looks more gold in color than the typical red-gold coloring of the usual 22 K gold coins. At the same time it is a little more prone to scratches than Krugerrands or Sovereign since silver is a very soft precious metal.

 

Premium

Through the three-percent proportion of silver, the American Eagle has a slightly higher premium, because silver as opposed to copper is much more expensive. 

Weight: 1oz, 1 / 2oz, 1 / 4oz, 1 / 10oz

 

Australia Kangaroo

One of the most successful Australian gold bullion coins is the kangaroo. On the market since 1986 the Kangaroo has a checkered history. In the first three years the gold coin was called "Australian Nugget" because the motives were the famous gold Nuggets found in the soil. Starting in 1989 a kangaroo can be seen as the motive. Also this time the name was changed to Australian Nugget / Kangaroo and renamed to Australian Kangaroo in 2008. The Australian Kangaroo has 24 karats and a fineness of 999.9/1000 and is minted by the Perth Mint in Western Australia. On the back of the coin Queen Elizabeth II is shown as a motive.

 

Premium

The Kangaroo gold coin in some cases will carry a slightly higher premium than the Krugerrand, Maple Leaf and Vienna Philharmonic. 

Weight: 1oz, 1 / 2oz, 1 / 4oz, 1 / 10oz

 

 

Gold Bars - Information and Tips

Historically gold bars were purchased by banks and high net worth individuals and kept in vaults. Today the average investor can buy gold bars very easily. Suitable for every investor because the smallest bar starts at 1 gram. Of course the premiums on smaller gold bars are usually higher, which is why you should opt for rather larger bullion.

 

Premium Gold Bullion

As with gold coins, there are also significant differences in premiums with gold bullion. As rule of thumb larger gold bars have smaller premiums, for example the 1kg gold bars trades at about a 1% premium. Small bars of 1g may have premiums of more than 20%. The difference in premium is because cast gold bars are cheaper to produce. But this also depends on the size of the gold bar and the mint whos is producing the bullion. Normally gold bars are cast from 250g upwards in weight and minted below 250 g. But this may vary from manufacturer to manufacturer. The reasons for these major differences in premium are actually very easy to explain. One has to imagine how much effort it takes to process a 1kg gold bar compared to two gold bars with the weights of 1000g and 5g. With a bar of 1000g, the manufacturer must produce only one product to be packaged, stored and transported. With a size of 5 g 200 products must be manufactured, packaged, stored and transported. Furthermore mints and sellers in the smaller weights also slightly increase the margin.

 

VAT Bullion

Since gold bars must have a minimum purity of 995/1000, to benefit from the VAT exemption, most gold bars have a fineness of 999.9/1000. When a gold bar gets approved by the authorities as investment gold bars, they receive the status of VAT exemption.

 

Manufacturers and Weights

The best-known manufacturer of gold bars are Perth Mint, Heraeus, Valcambi, Rand Refinery, Umicore & Degussa. Gold bars are typically minted to a weight of 100g and cast from a weight of 250g upwards. But this can vary from manufacturer to manufacturer, so you should inform yourself of the method of production before buying gold.

 

Possible weight for retail bullion include:

1g, 2g, 1oz, 5g, 10g, 20g, 50g, 100g, 250g, 500g, 1000g

 

 

Gold Coins or Bullion?

Every investor needs to answer this question for themselves, nevertheless it can be said that larger gold bars from about 250 grams carry a much smaller premium than gold coins. Gold coins like Krugerrands 1oz have a premium of approximately 3%. 1,000 gram gold bullion carry a premium of about 1%. Investors who want to have as much value for their money should therefore opt for large gold bars. Investing one or two thousand euros in gold 1oz products such as gold coins or bars are recommended with minimal premium. Otherwise, the choice between gold coins and bullion is simply a matter of taste. Another tip we can share is that you must pay attention to the premium of the gold product, so you do not pay unnecessary fees. With gold coins it’s usually the 1oz variant and with bullion it would be the 1000g version, Benefits of Gold compared to silver

The price of gold fluctuates less than the  price of silver. One could argue that with silver the potential gain is higher - but with silver you can also lose a lot of money. Investment gold is relatively stable in value, which can not be said for silver. Since most precious metal investors want to secure their capital, gold is probably the better choice. Another very strong advantage of gold to silver is the VAT exemption. Here you have to imagine that with the purchase of silver VAT has to be paid to the state in most EU countries. Gold has an advantage, because it is exempt from VAT. Silver coins can be bought VAT-free in CelticGold’s Estonian branch.

 

VAT on Gold Coins and Bullion

In Germany, gold investments are exempt from VAT if they meet certain criteria. This is regulated in § 25c UStG. The following criteria must be met:

 

Gold Bars

The fineness of gold bars must be at least 995/1000. 

 

Gold Coins

 

  • The fineness must be at least 900/1000.
  • The gold coin must have been minted after 1800.
  • The gold coin has to be legal tender in the country of manufacture.
  • Shall not exceed 80% of open market value.

 

 

The Best Tips to Buying Gold

  • + Investors should always opt for gold investments, which are officially exempt from VAT.
  • + The price of gold coins and bullion is composed of the gold price plus premium. The premium is usually higher with smaller weight coins and bars. For example: Krugerrand 1oz gold coins carry about 3% premium and 1/10oz have a 15% premium. Gold bars with a weight of 1000g or more have a premium of approximately 1%, gold bars with a weight of 10g or less have premiums of approximately 7% or more.
  • + Furthermore, gold coins with high volumes also have a lower premium.
  • + Investors wishing to obtain the maximum amount of Gold for their money should buy large gold bars of approximately 1000g as the premium of about 1% is very low.

 

 

Gold Coins Tips

  • + Gold coins may have different alloys, so they also have different properties that should be included in the decision making process.
  • + 24 karat gold coins with a purity of 999.9/1000 have poor scratch resistance and should if possible not be removed from the packaging, so that they do not scratch or damage. The advantage is that the coins have a very beautiful golden color and do not corrode, which in turn means they retain their beautiful coloring for years.
  • + 22 karat gold coins with a purity of 916.7/1000, have a good scratch resistance and should preferably be bought by gold buyers who like to hold their coins in their hands. The improved hardness of the coin is produced by the copper alloying element. But copper has the disadvantage that it gives the gold coin a reddish tint, see the Krugerrand for example. Another disadvantage is that the copper content will corrode and the gold coin will become a bit darker in appearance over time.

 

 

Glossary

 

Karat

The 24-piece karat scale shows the percentage of pure gold contained in a product. The karat scale is not as accurate as the indication of the metric fineness.

 

Fineness

The fineness indicates how high the gold content of a gold alloy is. The unit of fineness is more accurate than the indication carat because the fineness is based on a 1000 point scale. For example in measuring gold coin purity, the Vienna Philharmonic has a fineness of 999.9/1000

 

Fine weight

The fine weight refers to the net weight of a specific precious metal which is contained in an alloy. It is usually expressed in ounces or grams.

 

 

Properties of Gold

  • Colour: metallic yellow
  • Melting point: 1064 ° C
  • Boiling point: 2970 ° C
  • Elements Symbol: Au
  • Rank: 79
  • Mohs hardness: 2.5 to 3
  • Crystal structure: face-centered cubic
  • Largest reserves in the world: Witwatersrand
  • Corrosion: Gold does not corrode
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  • Krugerrand 1oz Gold Coin

    Krugerrand 1oz Gold Coin

    We do not have influence on the years of the Krugerrands.
    Weight: 31.10 g
    Purity: 917/1000
    Country: South Africa
    Mint: Rand Refinery
    Year: Different Years
    Packing: Single; 10 or 15 in tube
    Grading: Extremely Fine; Circulated
    Tax: Tax Free according to §25c UStG
    Excl. Tax: € 1,132.82 Incl. Tax: € 1,132.82

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  • Kangaroo 1/10oz Gold Coin 2018 motif

    Kangaroo 1/10oz Gold Coin 2018

    Weight: 3.11 g
    Purity: 999.9 / 1000
    Country: Australia
    Mint: The Perth Mint
    Packing: Single in capsule
    Grading: Mint State; Uncirculated
    Tax: Taxfree acc. to §25cUStG
    Excl. Tax: € 128.31 Incl. Tax: € 128.31

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  • Kangaroo 1/4oz Gold Coin 2018 front

    Kangaroo 1/4oz Gold Coin 2018

    Weight: 7.78 g
    Purity: 999.9 / 1000
    Country: Australia
    Mint: The Perth Mint
    Packing: Single in capsule
    Grading: Mint State; Uncirculated
    Tax: Taxfree acc. to §25c UStG
    Stock Status: In Stock
    Excl. Tax: € 310.16 Incl. Tax: € 310.16

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  • Britannia 1oz Gold Coin 2018 motif

    Britannia 1oz Gold Coin 2018

    Weight: 31.10 g
    Purity: 999.9 / 1000
    Country: United Kingdom
    Mint: The Royal British Mint
    Packing: Single in bag, 10 in tube
    Grading: Mint State - Uncirculated
    Tax: Taxfree acc. to $25c UStG
    Excl. Tax: € 1,149.86 Incl. Tax: € 1,149.86

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  • Kangaroo 1oz Gold Coin 2018 motif

    Kangaroo 1oz Gold Coin 2018

    Weight: 31.10 g
    Purity: 999.9 / 1000
    Country: Australia
    Mint: The Perth Mint
    Packing: Single in capsule
    Tax: Taxfree acc. to §25c UStG
    Grading: Mint State; Uncirculated
    Excl. Tax: € 1,145.11 Incl. Tax: € 1,145.11

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  • Kangaroo 1/2 oz Gold Coin 2018 - Motif

    Kangaroo 1/2 oz Gold Coin 2018

    Weight: 15.55 g
    Purity: 999.9 / 1000
    Country: Australia
    Mint: The Perth Mint
    Packing: Single in capsule
    Grading: Mint State; Uncirculated
    Tax: Taxfree acc. to §25c UStG
    Excl. Tax: € 583.86 Incl. Tax: € 583.86

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  • Maple Leaf 1oz Gold Coin different years

    Maple Leaf 1oz Gold Coin different years

    Weight: 31.10 g
    Purity: 999.9/1000
    Country: Canada
    Mint: Royal Canadian Mint
    Packing: Single in pouch, 10 in Tube
    Grading: Mint-state; Circulated
    Tax: Taxfree acc. to §25c UStG 
    Excl. Tax: € 1,130.09 Incl. Tax: € 1,130.09

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  • Maple Leaf 1oz Gold Coin 2017 - Front

    Maple Leaf 1oz Gold Coin 2017

    Weight: 31.10 g
    Purity: 999.9/1000
    Country: Canada
    Mint: Royal Canadian Mint
    Year: 2017
    Packing: Single in pouch, 10 in Tube
    Grading: Mint State; Uncirculated
    Tax: Taxfree according to §25c UStG
    Excl. Tax: € 1,146.29 Incl. Tax: € 1,146.29

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  • American Eagle 1oz Gold Coin 2016 - Liberty

    American Eagle 1oz Gold Coin 2017

    Weight: 31.10 g
    Purity: 917 / 1000
    Country: USA
    Mint: United States Mint
    Packing: Single; 10 in tube
    Tax: Taxfree acc. to §25c UStG
    Grading: Mint State; Uncirculated
    Excl. Tax: € 1,161.15 Incl. Tax: € 1,161.15

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  • American Eagle 1oz Gold Coin different years

    American Eagle 1oz Gold Coin different years

    Weight: 31.10 g
    Purity: 917/1000
    Country: USA
    Mint: United States Mint
    Packing: Single
    Grading: Mint-state; Circulated
    Tax: Taxfree acc. ro §25c UStG
    Excl. Tax: € 1,123.54 Incl. Tax: € 1,123.54

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  • 1oz Umicore Gold Bar

    1oz Gold Bar Heraeus | Umicore | Pamp | Valcambi

    Goldbars are sold from four leading manufacturers. We can't influence the producer.
    Weight: 31.10 g
    Purity: 999.9/1000
    Country: Germany | Belgium | Switzerland
    Grading: Mint-state
    Manufacturer: Heraeus | Umicore | Pamp | Valcambi
    Packing: Single Sealed
    Tax: Taxfree acc. to §25c UStG
    Excl. Tax: € 1,120.27 Incl. Tax: € 1,120.27

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  • 1oz Gold Bar Heraeus

    1oz Gold Bar Heraeus with Certificate

    Weight: 31.10 g
    Purity: 999.9/1000
    Country: Germany
    Manufacturer: Heraeus
    Packing: Single in Blister with Certificate
    Excl. Tax: € 1,124.95 Incl. Tax: € 1,124.95

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  • Britannia 1oz Gold Coin 2017 - Motif

    Britannia 1oz Gold Coin 2017

    Weight: 31.10 g
    Purity: 999.9 / 1000
    Country: United Kingdom
    Mint: The Royal British Mint
    Packing: Single in bag, 10 in Tube
    Grading: Mint State - Uncirculated
    Tax: Taxfree acc. to $25c UStG
    Excl. Tax: € 1,138.03 Incl. Tax: € 1,138.03

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  • Queen's Beasts Lion 1oz Gold Coin 2016 - Motif

    Queen's Beasts Lion 1oz Gold Coin 2016

    Weight: 31.10 g
    Purity: 999.9 / 1000
    Country: United Kingdom
    Mint: The Royal British Mint
    Packing: Single in bag, 10 in tube
    Grading: Mint State - Uncirculated
    Tax: Taxfree acc. to $25c UStG
    Stock Status: In Stock 
    Excl. Tax: € 1,661.33 Incl. Tax: € 1,661.33

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  • Queen's Beasts Unicorn 1oz Gold Coin 2018 front

    Queen's Beasts Unicorn 1oz Gold Coin 2018

    Weight: 31.10 g
    Purity: 999.9 / 1000
    Country: United Kingdom
    Mint: The Royal British Mint
    Packing: Single in bag, 10 in tube
    Grading: Mint State - Uncirculated
    Tax: Taxfree acc. to $25c UStG
    Excl. Tax: € 1,170.56 Incl. Tax: € 1,170.56

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  • Queen's Beasts Griffin 1oz Gold Coin 2017 - Motif

    Queen's Beasts Griffin 1oz Gold Coin 2017

    Weight: 31.10 g
    Purity: 999.9 / 1000
    Country: United Kingdom
    Mint: The Royal British Mint
    Packing: Single in bag, 10 in tube
    Grading: Mint State - Uncirculated
    Tax: Taxfree acc. to $25c UStG
    Stock Status: In Stock 
    Excl. Tax: € 1,156.11 Incl. Tax: € 1,156.11

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  • Britannia 1oz Gold Coin - Front

    Britannia 1oz Gold Coin | Different years

    Weight: 31.10 g
    Purity: 917/1000 or 999.9/1000
    Country: United Kingdom
    Mint: The Royal British Mint
    Packing: Single in bag, 10 in tube
    Grading: Mint State - Circulated
    Excl. Tax: € 1,156.30 Incl. Tax: € 1,156.30

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  • Queen's Beasts Dragon Gold Coin 2017

    Queen's Beasts Dragon 1oz Gold Coin 2017

    Weight: 31.10 g
    Purity: 999.9 / 1000
    Country: United Kingdom
    Mint: The Royal British Mint
    Packing: Single in bag, 10 in tube
    Grading: Mint State - Uncirculated
    Tax: Taxfree acc. to $25c UStG
    Excl. Tax: € 1,295.24 Incl. Tax: € 1,295.24

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  • Lunar II Rooster 1/20oz Gold Coin 2017 - Front

    Lunar II Rooster 1/20oz Gold Coin 2017

    Weight: 1.55 g
    Purity: 999.9 / 1000
    Country: Australia
    Mint: The Perth Mint
    Grading: Mint State - Uncirculated
    Tax: Taxfree acc. to §25c UStG
    Packing: Single in plastic capsule
    Excl. Tax: € 76.70 Incl. Tax: € 76.70

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  • Lunar II Dog 1/20oz Gold Coin 2018 front

    Lunar II Dog 1/20oz Gold Coin 2018

    Weight: 1.55 g
    Purity: 999.9 / 1000
    Country: Australia
    Mint: The Perth Mint
    Grading: Mint State - Uncirculated
    Packing: Single in plastic capsule
    Excl. Tax: € 72.20 Incl. Tax: € 72.20

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  • Kangaroo 1/2 oz Gold Coin 2017 - Motif

    Kangaroo 1/2 oz Gold Coin 2017

    Weight: 15.55 g
    Purity: 999.9 / 1000
    Country: Australia
    Mint: The Perth Mint
    Packing: Single in capsule
    Grading: Mint State; Uncirculated
    Tax: Taxfree acc. to §25c UStG
    Excl. Tax: € 576.46 Incl. Tax: € 576.46

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  • Kangaroo 1oz Gold Coin 2017 - Motif

    Kangaroo 1oz Gold Coin 2017

    Weight: 31.10 g
    Purity: 999.9 / 1000
    Country: Australia
    Mint: The Perth Mint
    Packing: Single in capsule
    Tax: Taxfree acc. to §25c UStG
    Grading: Mint State; Uncirculated
    Excl. Tax: € 1,131.19 Incl. Tax: € 1,131.19

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  • Kangaroo 1/4oz Gold Coin 2017 - Motif

    Kangaroo 1/4oz Gold Coin 2017

    Weight: 7.78 g
    Purity: 999.9 / 1000
    Country: Australia
    Mint: The Perth Mint
    Packing: Single in capsule
    Grading: Mint State; Uncirculated
    Tax: Taxfree acc. to §25c UStG
    Excl. Tax: € 295.13 Incl. Tax: € 295.13

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  • Kangaroo 1/10oz Gold Coin 2017 - Motif

    Kangaroo 1/10oz Gold Coin 2017

    Weight: 3.11 g
    Purity: 999.9 / 1000
    Country: Australia
    Mint: The Perth Mint
    Packing: Single in capsule
    Grading: Mint State; Uncirculated
    Tax: Taxfree acc. to §25cUStG
    Excl. Tax: € 121.47 Incl. Tax: € 121.47

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  • Lunar II Dog 1/10oz Gold Coin 2018 front

    Lunar II Dog 1/10oz Gold Coin 2018

    Weight: 3.11 g
    Purity: 999.9 / 1000
    Country: Australia
    Mint: Perth Mint
    Grading: Mint State - Uncirculated
    Packing: Single in plastic capsule
    Tax: Tax Free acc. to §25c UStG
    Stock Status: Shipment starts Oct. 9th
    Excl. Tax: € 125.94 Incl. Tax: € 125.94

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    Delivery: 1W

  • Lunar II Rooster 1/10oz Gold Coin 2017 - Front

    Lunar II Rooster 1/10oz Gold Coin 2017

    Weight: 3.11 g
    Purity: 999.9 / 1000
    Country: Australia
    Mint: Perth Mint
    Grading: Mint State - Uncirculated
    Packing: Single in plastic capsule
    Tax: Tax Free acc. to §25c UStG
    Excl. Tax: € 129.34 Incl. Tax: € 129.34

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  • Lunar II Rooster 1/4oz Gold Coin 2017 - Front

    Lunar II Rooster 1/4oz Gold Coin 2017

    Weight: 7.78 g
    Purity: 999.9 / 1000
    Country: Australia
    Mint: The Perth Mint
    Grading: Mint State - Uncirculated
    Packing: Single in plastic capsule
    Tax: Taxfree acc. to §25c UStG
    Excl. Tax: € 302.23 Incl. Tax: € 302.23

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  • Lunar II Dog 1/4oz Gold Coin 2018 - Front

    Lunar II Dog 1/4oz Gold Coin 2018

    Weight: 7.78 g
    Purity: 999.9 / 1000
    Country: Australia
    Mint: The Perth Mint
    Grading: Mint State - Uncirculated
    Packing: Single in plastic capsule
    Excl. Tax: € 306.21 Incl. Tax: € 306.21

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  • Lunar Dog 1/2oz Gold Coin 2018 front

    Lunar II Dog 1/2oz Gold Coin 2018

    Weight: 15.55 g
    Purity: 999.9 / 1000
    Country: Australia
    Mint: The Perth Mint
    Grading: Mint State - Uncirculated
    Packing: Single in plastic capsule
    Tax: Tax free acc. to §25c UStG
    Excl. Tax: € 594.11 Incl. Tax: € 594.11

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  • Lunar II Rooster 1oz Gold Coin 2017 - Front

    Lunar II Rooster 1oz Gold Coin 2017

    Weight: 31.10 g
    Purity: 999.9 / 1000
    Country: Australia
    Mint: The Perth Mint
    Grading: Mint State - Uncirculated
    Packing: Single in plastic capsule
    Tax: Taxfree accord. §25c UStG
    Excl. Tax: € 1,211.59 Incl. Tax: € 1,211.59

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