Gold Coins

Gold coins have been used in circulation as well as collection for centuries. With the abolition of the gold standard, most gold coins were melted down or became collectible coins or bullion coins. Since the late 1970s, gold coins were used as investment and became fashionable almost overnight. The main event was the introduction of the Krugerrand and the lifting of the ban of private gold ownership in the United States in 1972, which was forced into law in the year 1933.

 

Important Criteria and Tips when Buying Gold Coins 

The following tips are the 101 on how to successfully invest in gold coins. The most important criteria when buying gold is the price of gold, surcharges, VAT, tax, alloy, weight, fine weight, fineness, manufacturer, mintage number, scratch resistance, and degree of preservation.

 

Gold Price and Gold Coins 

The price of gold coins is the composition of the current price of gold, which is traded on the commodity exchange and the so-called premium levied by the Mint and the bullion dealers. Here, buyers should find out about the gold prices in recent years to develop a feeling for the gold price. It is of no use to the investor to buy gold coins when a peak has been reached. THIS IS because the capital investment OF gold coins may quickly lose value when the gold price drops. Many physical gold buyers secure the investment and hold it over the long term as a form of savings.

Furthermore, a significant factor in the price of investment gold coins is the premium, as it can vary from 2% to over 35%.The premium is in addition to the actual price of gold. This is the most important criteria, because it will determine the final price of the gold coin.

 

Premiums 

The premium includes the cost of minting, packing, insurance, transportation of the mint and the bullion companies margin. The main factor for the premium is the size of the gold coin. The 1 ounce gold coin has the smallest premium, which usually ranges from 2% to 5.5%. Smaller weight coins also called fractional sized coins such as 1/10oz can have premiums of over 15%. Who wants to get as much gold for your money? Then the 1oz gold coins is the most sensible option. Apart from the 1oz gold coins, gold bars have even lower premiums. 

Furthermore, there are differences between the various gold coins and manufacturers such as Maple Leaf, Krugerrand, Britannia ect. The premium is different because, firstly, each institution has different cost structures embossing.

Secondly, the mintage influences the premium. This can be seen clearly with the Vienna Philharmonic, Krugerrand and Maple Leaf as these 1oz gold coins in most cases have a small premium of just over 3%. Other bullion coins such as the Britannia trade at a higher premium of  more than 5%.

Third, the premium for current years coins is often higher, as these gold coins are uncirculated and come directly from the Mint. Demand for the uncirculated coins is usually very high. 

Fourth: The difference in premium can vary by alloy components, as is the case with the "American Eagle". This gold coin has a three percent share of silver, whereby the surcharge may be slightly higher, as silver over copper is a more expensive alloying ingredient and thus slightly increase the cost of manufacture.

 

VAT 

The biggest advantage of gold bullion coins is the VAT exemption. In Germany §25c Umsatzsteuergesetz regulates the VAT exemption. Gold coins must in this case be recognized as investment coins and meet four criteria. The coin must have been minted after 1800; Be of a purity of 900/1000; The value of the gold coin may not exceed more than 80% the open market value; and the coin must be legal tender in the country of manufacture.

 

 

Different Types of Investment Gold Coins 

There are a lot of investment coins available to buy in the world market. Some of them are very old and were minted more than 100 years ago. For example the Sovereign is the most famous with a total circulation of more than 2 billion pieces. Most bullion coins were introduced after the Krugerrand 1967.

 

Krugerrand 

The most famous gold coin in the world is the Krugerrand. The coin has been minted by the Rand Refinery since 1967, and is from South Africa. The Rand Refinery is by far the largest precious metals processing refinery in the world. According to data, the refinery has processed approximately 50,000 tons of gold, equivalent to over 30% of the world's gold ever mined. Krugerrand gold coins have 22 carat, which is a fineness of 916 ⅔ / 1000. The alloy components are 91.33% gold and 8.67% copper. This high copper content gives the coin it’s reddish golden color that still may slightly oxidate with age. The appearance of the gold coin has not changed since 1967.

 

Benefits of Krugerrand

  • + good scratch resistance
  • + very good brand recognition
  • + low premium
  • + globally recognized
  • + Coloring ruddy

 

Details Krugerrand

  • Country: South Africa
  • Mint: Rand Refinery
  • First year of Mintage: 1967
  • Carat: 22 Carat
  • Fineness: 916 02.03.1000
  • Weights: 1oz, 1 / 2oz, 1 / 4oz, 1 / 10oz
  • Scratch resistance: good

 

 

Maple Leaf 

Also one of the best-selling bullion coins in the world is the Maple Leaf gold coin. The Maple Leaf gold coins are minted in Canada at the Royal Canadian Mint. It is the official Mint of Canada and among other things is responsible for the production of the Canadian dollar (CAD). The first edition was launched in the year 1979. Maple Leaf gold coins had until 1981 a fineness of 999/1000. Since 1982 it is produced with the fineness of 999.9/1000. The design of the front shows a maple leaf, the design of the back shows Queen Elizabeth II. The gold coin has a rippled edge and rod for more stability.

 

Advantages and Disadvantages Maple Leaf

  • + very good brand recognition
  • + low premium
  • + Recognized worldwide
  • - low scratch resistance

 

Details Maple Leaf

  • Country: Canada
  • Mint: Royal Canadian Mint
  • First year of Mintage: 1979
  • Karat: 24k
  • Fineness: 999.9/1000 since 1982
  • Weights: 1oz, 1 / 2oz, 1 / 4oz, 1 / 10oz, 1/20oz
  • Scratch resistance: bad

 

 

Vienna Philharmonic

The best-selling European bullion coin is the Vienna Philharmonic. The gold coin was released in 1989 by the Austrian Mint AG and was an instant bestseller in Europe and even worldwide. The Austrian Mint AG is the official manufacturer of the Austrian Euro and other coins, such as the Maria Theresa thaler. The Vienna Philharmonic gold coin consists of 24 carat pure gold, with a fineness of 999.9 / 1000. THE appearance has not changed since the the first year of mintage. The coin shows on the obverse the famous organ of the Vienna Orchestra in the Golden Hall. Reverse shows typical instruments of classical music, there are horn, bassoon, harp, cello, two violins and two violas. The Vienna Philharmonic is also available as a silver coin.

 

Advantages & Disadvantages Vienna Philharmonic

  • + very good brand recognition
  • + Resistant Gold coloring
  • + low premium
  • + Recognized worldwide
  • - poor scratch-resistance

 

Details Vienna Philharmonic

  • Country: Austria
  • Mint: Austrian Mint AG
  • First year of Mintage: 1989
  • Karat: 24k
  • Fineness: 999,9 / 1000
  • Weights: 1oz, 1 / 2oz, 1 / 4oz, 1 / 10oz
  • Scratch resistance: bad

 

 

American Eagle 

The gold bullion coin American Eagle is minted by the United States of America. Superior offices for the four mints is the United States Mint. The first issue of the American Eagle was 1986. This year was not chosen without reason, since 1986, a ban on imports of Krugerrands was imposed by the United States and the European Community. Although the American Eagle has been around since 1986, it can not be put on the same level with the Krugerrand, Maple Leaf and Vienna Philharmonic, since they have much higher requirements. The motif of the gold coin is unchanged since 1986, it shows on the front and Lady Liberty on the back an eagle landing on its nest, with a second eagle and a chick. In the clutches of the flying eagle carrying an olive branch, which stands for freedom. Advantage and disadvantage at the same time of the American Eagle gold coins is the alloy. The 22 carat alloy has 5.33% copper and 3% silver, has a good scratch resistance and thanks to the silver content, a not too reddish tint, as it is the case with 22 carat gold coins. Responsible for the good scratch resistance is the hard copper. Silver acts to negate the copper coloring tone, as silver is considered to be one of the brightest precious metals in the world. Another small drawback is the slightly higher premium, which is caused by the relatively expensive alloy of silver.

 

Advantages & Disadvantages of the American Eagle

  • + very good brand recognition
  • + good scratch resistance
  • + recognized worldwide
  • + beautiful coloring
  • - slightly higher premium

 

Details American Eagle

  • Country: USA
  • Mint: United States Mint
  • First Year of Mintage: 1986
  • Karat: 22 karat
  • Fineness: 916.7 / 1000
  • Gold: 91.67%
  • Copper: 5.33%
  • Silver: 3%
  • Weights: 1oz, 1 / 2oz, 1 / 4oz, 1 / 10oz
  • Scratch resistance: good

 

 

Australian Kangaroo

One of the finest investment gold coins in the world is the Australian Kangaroo (Australian Nugget / Kangaroo). The first year of mintage of the Australian Kangaroo was in 1986, the same year the American Eagle was released. Produced by the Perth Mint, one of the major refineries and mints in the world. The Perth Mint was established in 1896 as a branch of the Royal Mint London. The Australian Kangaroo gold coin is 24k, with a fineness of 999.9/1000. The nominal value is indicated in AUD. 

A special feature relates to the name of the gold coin. The coin was issued in 1986 as the Australian Nugget. The motifs show famous nuggets which had been found on the Australian continent. Since sales remained below expectations, a new design was chosen in 1989 for the new series and also the name of was changed to Australian Nugget/Kangaroo. From 2008, the nugget has been permanently removed. Since then the Gold Coin is called Australian Kangaroo.

 

Advantages & Disadvantages Australian Kangaroo

  • + excellent brand recognition by the subject of the kangaroos
  • + Recognized worldwide
  • + beautiful coloring
  • + Resistant Gold coloring
  • - poor scratch resistance

 

Details Australian Kangaroo

  • Country: Australia
  • Mint: Perth Mint
  • First Year of Mintage: 1986
  • Karat: 24k
  • Fineness: 999.9 / 1000
  • Gold: 99.9%
  • Weights: 1oz, 1 / 2oz, 1 / 4oz, 1 / 10oz
  • Scratch resistance: bad

 

 

Australian Lunar II

Another very successful investment coin series of the Perth Mint is the Lunar II. It has been minted since 2008 and is the successor to the Lunar I series. The Lunar II IS 24k with a fineness of 999.9/1000. The theme of the gold coin is the 60-year-old Chinese zodiac calendar. The motif of the coins change according to the 12 zodiac signs of the Chinese calendar annually. The zodiac signs are: Rat, Ox, Tiger, Rabbit, Dragon, Snake, Horse, Goat, Monkey, Rooster, Dog, Pig. The coin appeals to the Asian region as the subject and thus to the zodiac signs are very popular.

 

Advantages & Disadvantages Lunar II

  • + good brand recognition
  • + Recognized worldwide
  • + beautiful coloring
  • + Resistant Gold coloring
  • - poor scratch resistance

 

Details Lunar II

  • Country: Australia
  • Mint: Perth Mint
  • First Year of Mintage: 2008
  • Karat: 24k
  • Fineness: 999.9 / 1000
  • Gold: 99.9%
  • Weights: 1oz, 1 / 2oz, 1 / 4oz, 1 / 10oz
  • Scratch resistance: bad

 

 

Sovereign

One of the oldest and most famous gold coins of the United Kingdom is the Sovereign. The coin had a renaissance in 1817, after it had lost importance over the centuries. The first issue of the Sovereign was in 1489 under Henry the VII. The Sovereign is the most embossed gold coin of the United Kingdom and has a total circulation of 2 billion pieces. Previously, the Sovereign was a typical coin in circulation, however today the coin is minted as a bullion coin annually. The front of the Sovereign shows the image of the respective rulers of the United Kingdom such as Queen Victoria and Queen Elizabeth II. The design of the back usually shows Saint George slaying the Dragon. In some vintage editions another representation can be seen. Since 1817 the Sovereign has the same alloy, it is composed of 91.67% gold and 8.33% copper. Due to this high percentage of copper, the coin is very scratch-resistant, but has a distinct reddish golden color. It was coined in different countries of the British Empire:

 

Mints

Mint Mark

Pretoria (South Africa) SA
Sydney (Australia) S
Melbourne (Australia) M
Perth (Australia) P
Ottawa (Canada) C
Bombay (India) I
London (United Kingdom) without mintmark

 

Advantages & Disadvantages of the Sovereign

  • + Recognized worldwide
  • + Scratch resistance
  • + relatively poor recognition by various motives
  • - slightly higher premium
  • - unusual weight units

 

Details Sovereign

  • Country: United Kingdom
  • Karat: 22 karat
  • Fineness: 917/1000
  • Gold: 91.67%
  • Copper: 8.33%
  • Sovereign (1 pound) fine weight: 7.322 g
  • Half Sovereign (1/2 pound) fine Weight: 3.661 g
  • Scratch resistance: good

 

 

Britannia

The Britannia is another bullion coin of the Royal Mint. It was introduced in 1987 in order to secure market share at the time of the imposed ban on Krugerrand imports. The Britannia has a typical 22 carat gold alloy, with a share of 8.33% copper until 2014. This high copper content gives the coin a good scratch resistance, but a distinct red color. The copper is responsible for ensuring that the gold coin gets darker in color over time. A disadvantage of Britannia is the slightly higher premium because their circulation is relatively low. The design of the front is the Britannia, it is an allegory for the British Isles. The reverse shows like all Commonwealth bullion coins made of gold the current rulers of Empires. Since the first edition only Queen Elizabeth II is shown.

 

Advantages & Disadvantages Britannia

  • + Recognized worldwide
  • + beautiful coloring
  • + good scratch resistance
  • - slightly higher premium

 

Details Britannia

  • Country: United Kingdom
  • Mint: Royal Mint
  • First Year of Mintag: 1987
  • Karat: 22 karat, 24 karat from 2014
  • Fineness: 916 ⅔ / 1000, 999.9/1000 from 2014
  • Gold: 91.67%
  • Copper: 8.33%
  • Weights: 1oz, 1 / 2oz, 1 / 4oz, 1 / 10oz
  • Scratch resistance: good

 

 

China Panda

The China Panda gold coin is a very nice bullion coin. It is minted by the People's Republic of China, the official issuing authority is the China Gold Coin Incorporation. The first edition of the China Panda arrived 1982 to the market. The Panda is a 24 carat gold coin with a fineness of 999/1000. The theme of the series is the Panda, the subject of the display changes annually. The so-called Reflection Minting has been used for several years now. This method enables better black and white representation of the pandas. Since 2016 the China Panda is issued in grams as the weight unit ounce is no longer "allowed" in China.

 

Advantages & Disadvantages China Panda

  • + good brand recognition
  • + Recognized worldwide
  • + beautiful coloring
  • - poor scratch resistance

 

Details China Panda

  • Country: China
  • Mint: China Gold Coin Incorporation
  • First Issue: 1982
  • Karat: 24k
  • Fineness: 999/1000
  • Gold: 99.9%
  • Scratch resistance: bad

 

 

Advantages and Disadvantages of Gold Coins as an Investment

 

Non-depreciating & Valuable

Gold has always been sought after, on the one hand because it is very rare and partly because gold has a magical attraction to humans. Gold can not be produced artificially, it can only be mined. In addition, it has properties that make it very valuable for industry and crafts. These properties include: excellent electrical conductor (see gold leaf) and does not corrode. The greatest demand is generated by the jewelry industry as currently about 85% of the processed annual amount of gold is needed in the industrial and crafts area. For all these reasons, gold is very valuable and gold coins as an investment are sought after.

 

VAT Exemption

Recognized Gold Bullion Coins have the great advantage in that they are exempt from VAT in Germany and most parts of the world. Opposite to Silver where VAT of 19% is due since 2014 in Germany. CelticGold sells silver VAT free in Estonia.

 

Storage

Gold Bullion coins do not require a lot of space when it comes to storing them. In comparison with silver which takes about 60 times more space for the same invested amount of money.

 

Quickly Available

The nice thing about gold coins is also that when money is needed a few coins can be removed from the inventory and can be exchanged immediately FOR cash at a precious metals trader. Also, gold is easy to buy and sell almost everywhere in the world. This can be done online, in stationary precious metal dealers or in almost all banks.

 

Recognized Worldwide

The most important investment gold coins are recognized worldwide as the mints and thus the country guarantee the quality. Thus one can take gold coins on travels and use it as a cash reserve. The gold price is very transparent and this type of gold bullion investments has a global standard.

 

An Ideal Gift

A large number of customers buy gold coins as gifts. The occasions vary, but the meaning behind it is always the same: An investment for the future. Occasions are communions, weddings, birthdays or just because you want to provide for your loved ones.

 

 

Criteria Investment Gold Coins

In order to get benefit from the VAT exemption for gold coins, you should know the exact criteria. The criteria are set out in Germany in paragraphs §25c UStG. In addition, the gold coin must be approved by the Ministry of Finance as a VAT-exempt investment coin. The following criteria must be met:

 

  • The gold coin must have been coined after 1800's.
  • The gold coin must be legal tender in the country of manufacture or have been.
  • The gold coin must not exceed more than 80% of the open market price.
  • The fineness must be at least 900/1000

 

 

Reporting Requirements from 15,000 Euros in Cash

One important piece of information on the subject of precious metals is the duty of the seller to identify the buyer, which shall apply from a purchase value exceeding 15,000 euros. For people buying their gold by credit card, Paypal, bank transfer or other digital payment methods this is not relevant, because the individual was identified already. For buyers who want to remain anonymous, the so-called over the counter business is the only and true method. The over counter trade is possible for all gold, silver and other precious metals. Currently it is still possible to buy gold and silver anonymously for up to 14,999.99 Euros without identification of customers. There is no clear ruling about multiple purchases up to this sum over a short period of time. In this case the bullion company has to recording the customer data. 

 

 

History of Gold Bullion Coins

The Krugerrand was the first real investment gold coin and was born in a time of upheaval as the money supply increased significantly. In 1971 the US resolving the gold parity after going bankrupt in 1969. Since 1968 the price of gold could develop freely again, as a dichotomy of the gold market has been decided. In 1972, the private ownership of gold was again allowed in the United States, although it was still banned in 120 countries around the world. As demand rose, gold coins were restored, especially the Krugerrand benefited, since no serious competition was available. In 1979 Canada introduced the Maple Leaf to the market and it is still regarded as one of the highest circulation bullion coins in the world. In addition old Gold coins from circulation were gradually viewed as bullion coins, as they still exist in high numbers. The Sovereign should be regarded as the best example, because its history as coin in circulation covers several centuries and it is now minted every year as a bullion coin.

 

Repeal of the Ban on Private Persons Gold

Country

Year

Germany 1955
United Kingdom 1971
USA 1972
China 1983
Russia 1987
India 1990

 

 

Gold and Gold Coins Main Details

  • Gold does not corrode
  • Gold is a precious metals color
  • Appearance: metallic yellow
  • Gold content in the earth's crust: 0.004 ppm
  • Elements Symbol: Au
  • Melting point: 1,064 °C
  • Boiling point: 2970 °C
  • Gold comes from the Indo-European. The root word is "ghel" and means something like (yellow, glossy).
  • Very high electrical conductivity
  • Very high thermal conductivity
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  • 1-2-oz-lunar-ii-rooster-gold-2017_2

    Lunar II Rooster 1/2oz Gold Coin 2017

    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: € 587.72 Incl. Tax: € 587.72

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  • lunar monkey 1oz gold 2016 gold coin

    Lunar II Monkey 1oz Gold Coin 2016

    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: € 1,145.89 Incl. Tax: € 1,145.89

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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: € 1,196.91 Incl. Tax: € 1,196.91

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  • 1 Ducat Gold Coin | New Edition | Austria

    1 Ducat Gold Coin | New Edition | Austria

    Weight: 3.44 g
    Purity: 986/1000
    Country: Austria
    Mint: Austrian Mint
    Grading: Circulated
    Tax: Taxfree acc. to §25c UStG  
    Excl. Tax: € 131.65 Incl. Tax: € 131.65

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  • 10 Dutch Guilder Willem III. Gold Coin | 1875-1899 | Netherlands

    10 Dutch Guilder Willem III. Gold Coin | 1875-1899 | Netherlands

    Weight: 6.06 g
    Purity: 900/1000
    Country: Netherlands
    Currency: Dutch Guilders
    Mint: Royal Dutch Mint
    Grading: Circulated
    Tax: Taxfree acc. to §25c UStG  
    Excl. Tax: € 233.60 Incl. Tax: € 233.60

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  • 10 Dutch Guilder Wilhelmina Gold Coin | 1911-1933 | Netherlands

    10 Dutch Guilder Wilhelmina Gold Coin | 1911-1933 | Netherlands

    Weight: 6.06 g
    Purity: 900/1000
    Country: Netherlands
    Currency: Dutch Guilders
    Mint: Royal Dutch Mint
    Grading: Circulated
    Tax: Taxfree acc. to §25c UStG  
    Excl. Tax: € 227.05 Incl. Tax: € 227.05

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  • 10 Rubel Gold front

    10 Rubel Chervonetz Gold Coin | 1923-1982 | Russia

    Weight: 7.74 g
    Purity: 900/1000
    Country: Russia
    Tax: Taxfree accord. to §25c UStG
    Packing: Single in Bag
    Grading: Circulated, fine
    Excl. Tax: € 314.00 Incl. Tax: € 314.00

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  • 10 Swiss Francs Half Vreneli Gold Coin | 1911-1922

    10 Swiss Francs Half Vreneli Gold Coin | 1911-1922

    Weight: 2.90 g
    Purity: 900/1000
    Country: Switzerland
    Tax: Taxfree acc. to §25c UStG
    Packing: Single in bag
    Grading: Circulated, fine
    Excl. Tax: € 164.80 Incl. Tax: € 164.80

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  • 100 Corona Gold Coin Austria 30.49g Gold - front

    100 Corona Austria 30.49g Gold Coin

    Weight: 30.49 g
    Purity: 900/1000
    Country: Austria
    Year: Different
    Mint: Austrian Mint
    Tax: Taxfree acc. to §25c UStG
    Grading: Circulated, fine
    Excl. Tax: € 1,103.36 Incl. Tax: € 1,103.36

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  • 100 Pesos Liberty Gold Chile

    100 Pesos Liberty Gold Coin Chile

    Fineweight: 18.30 g
    Purity: 900/1000
    Country: Chile
    Year: Different
    Mint: Casa de Moneda Santiago
    Tax: Taxfree acc. to §25c UStG
    Grading: Circulated, fine
    Excl. Tax: € 668.75 Incl. Tax: € 668.75

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  • 20 Corona Gold Coin Hungary

    20 Corona Gold Coin | 1892-1914 | Hungary

    Weight: 6.09 g
    Purity: 900/1000
    Country: Hungary
    Currency: Corona
    Grading: Circulated
    Tax: Taxfree acc. to §25c UStG
    Excl. Tax: € 235.11 Incl. Tax: € 235.11

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  • 20 Francs Leopold II Gold Coin | 1865-1909 - Back

    20 Francs Leopold II Gold Coin | 1865-1909 | Belgium

    Fineweight: 5.81 g
    Purity: 900/1000
    Country: Belgium
    Year: Different
    Tax: Taxfree acc. to §25c UStG
    Grading: Circulated, fine
    Excl. Tax: € 209.33 Incl. Tax: € 209.33

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  • 20 French Francs Marianne Rooster Gold Coin

    20 French Francs Marianne Rooster Gold Coin | 1899-1914

    Weight: 5.81 g
    Purity: 900/1000
    Country: France
    Currency: French Francs
    Mint: Monnaie de Paris
    Grading: Circulated
    Tax: Taxfree acc. to §25c UStG  
    Excl. Tax: € 215.01 Incl. Tax: € 215.01

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  • 20 Francs Louis XVIII. Gold Coin | 1814-1824 | France

    20 Francs Louis XVIII. Gold Coin | 1814-1824 | France

    Weight: 5.81 g
    Purity: 900/1000
    Country: France
    Mint: Monaie de Paris
    Tax: Taxfree accord. to §25c UStG
    Packing: Single in Bag
    Grading: Circulated
    Excl. Tax: € 232.17 Incl. Tax: € 232.17

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  • 20 Francs Napoleon III. Gold Coin | 1861-1870 | France

    20 Francs Napoleon III. Gold Coin | 1861-1870 | France

    Weight: 5.81 g
    Purity: 900/1000
    Country: France
    Mint: Monaie de Paris
    Tax: Taxfree accord. to §25c UStG
    Packing: Single in Bag
    Grading: Circulated
    Excl. Tax: € 216.70 Incl. Tax: € 216.70

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  • 20 Swiss Francs Helvetica Gold Coin | 1883-1896

    20 Swiss Francs Helvetica Gold Coin | 1883-1896

    Weight: 5.81 g
    Purity: 900/1000
    Country: Switzerland
    Tax: Taxfree acc. to §25c UStG
    Packing: Single in bag
    Grading: Circulated, fine 
    Excl. Tax: € 260.05 Incl. Tax: € 260.05

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  • 20 Corona Austria 6.10g Gold Coin - Front

    20 Corona Austria 6.10g Gold Coin

    Weight: 6.10 g
    Purity: 900/1000
    Country: Austria
    Year: Different
    Mint: Austrian Mint
    Tax: Taxfree acc. to §25c UStG
    Grading: Circulated, fine
    Excl. Tax: € 227.28 Incl. Tax: € 227.28

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  • 20 Kroner Christian X. Gold Coin

    20 Kroner Christian X. Gold Coin | 1913-1917 | Denmark

    Weight: 8.06 g
    Purity: 900/1000
    Country: Denmark
    Currency: Danish Kroner
    Grading: Circulated
    Tax: Taxfree acc. to §25c UStG
    Excl. Tax: € 346.27 Incl. Tax: € 346.27

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  • 20 Kroner Frederik VIII. Gold Coin | 1908-1912 | Denmark

    20 Kroner Frederik VIII. Gold Coin | 1908-1912 | Denmark

    Weight: 8.06 g
    Purity: 900/1000
    Country: Denmark
    Currency: 20 Danish Kroner
    Packing: Single in Sachet
    Grading: Circulated
    Tax: Taxfree acc. to §25c UStG 
    Excl. Tax: € 314.46 Incl. Tax: € 314.46

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  • Vittorio Emanuele II Gold -2

    20 Lire Vittorio Emanuele II. Gold Coin | 1861-1878 | Italy

    Weight: 5.81 g
    Purity: 900/1000
    Country: Italy
    Tax: Taxfree accord. to §25c UStG
    Packing: Single in Bag
    Grading: Circulated
    Excl. Tax: € 217.48 Incl. Tax: € 217.48

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  • 20 Lire Umberto I. Gold Coin | 1879-1897 | Italy

    20 Lire Umberto I. Gold Coin | 1879-1897 | Italy

    Weight: 5.81 g
    Purity: 900/1000
    Country: Italy
    Tax: Taxfree accord. to §25c UStG
    Packing: Single in Bag
    Grading: Circulated
    Excl. Tax: € 226.89 Incl. Tax: € 226.89

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  • 20 Mark Emperor Wilhelm II. Gold Coin | 1890-1913 | Prussia | B-Quality

    20 Mark Emperor Wilhelm II. Gold Coin | 1890-1913 | Prussia | B-Quality

    Fineweight: 7.16 g
    Purity: 900/1000
    Country: Germany
    Year: Different
    Mint: Verkaufsstelle für Sammlermünzen der Bundesrepublik Deutschland
    Tax: Taxfree acc. to §25c UStG
    Grading: Circulated, 2nd Choice
    Excl. Tax: € 283.99 Incl. Tax: € 283.99

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  • 20 Mark Kaiser Wilhelm II. Gold Coin | Prussia- Back

    20 Mark Kaiser Wilhelm II. Gold Coin | Prussia

    Fineweight: 7.16 g
    Purity: 900/1000
    Country: Germany
    Year: Different
    Mint: Verkaufsstelle für Sammlermünzen der Bundesrepublik Deutschland
    Tax: Taxfree acc. to §25c UStG
    Grading: Circulated, fine
    Excl. Tax: € 278.06 Incl. Tax: € 278.06

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  • 20 Pesos Liberty Gold Coin Chile - Back

    20 Pesos Liberty Gold Coin Chile

    Fineweight: 3.66 g
    Purity: 900/1000
    Country: Chile
    Year: Different
    Mint: Casa de Moneda Santiago
    Tax: Taxfree acc. to §25c UStG
    Grading: Circulated, fine
    Excl. Tax: € 139.91 Incl. Tax: € 139.91

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  • 20 Swiss Francs Vreneli Gold Coin | 1897-1949

    20 Swiss Francs Vreneli Gold Coin | 1897-1949

    Weight: 5.81 g
    Purity: 900/1000
    Country: Switzerland
    Tax: Taxfree acc. to §25c UStG
    Packing: Single in bag
    Grading: Circulated, fine 
    Excl. Tax: € 218.30 Incl. Tax: € 218.30

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  • 4 Ducats Gold Coin | New Edition | Austria

    4 Ducats Gold Coin | New Edition | Austria

    Weight: 13.76 g
    Purity: 986/1000
    Country: Austria
    Mint: Austrian Mint
    Packing: Single in Sachet
    Grading: Circulated
    Tax: Taxfree acc. to §25c UStG 
    Excl. Tax: € 522.56 Incl. Tax: € 522.56

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  • 4 Florin |10 Francs Gold Coin | Austria | New Edition - Back

    4 Florin |10 Francs Gold Coin | Austria | New Edition

    Weight: 2.90 g
    Purity: 900/1000
    Country: Austria
    Year: Different
    Mint: Austrian Mint
    Tax: Taxfree acc. to §25c UStG
    Grading: Circulated, fine
    Excl. Tax: € 109.06 Incl. Tax: € 109.06

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  • 50 Pesos Centenario 37.50g Gold Coin Mexico

    50 Pesos Centenario 37.50g Gold Coin Mexico

    Weight: 37.50 g
    Purity: 900/1000
    Country: Mexiko
    Mint: Casa Moneda de Mexico
    Year: Different
    Tax: Taxfree accord. to §25c UStG
    Packing: Single in Bag
    Grading: Circulated, fine
    Excl. Tax: € 1,360.13 Incl. Tax: € 1,360.13

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  • 50 Pesos Liberty Gold Coin Chile - Front

    50 Pesos Liberty Gold Coin | Chile

    Fineweight: 9.15 g
    Purity: 900/1000
    Country: Chile
    Year: Different
    Mint: Casa de Moneda Santiago
    Tax: Taxfree acc. to §25c UStG
    Grading: Circulated, fine
    Excl. Tax: € 339.82 Incl. Tax: € 339.82

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  • 8 Florin | 20 Francs Gold Coin | Austria - Back

    8 Florin | 20 Francs Gold Coin | Austria

    Weight: 5.81 g
    Purity: 900/1000
    Country: Austria
    Year: Different
    Mint: Austrian Mint
    Tax: Taxfree acc. to §25c UStG
    Grading: Circulated, fine
    Excl. Tax: € 215.93 Incl. Tax: € 215.93

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