Krugerrand 1/4oz Gold Coin different years

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Krugerrand 1/4oz Different Years

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Weight: 7.78 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: € 321.19 Incl. Tax: € 321.19
Sell back price: € 291.21
Quantity Net Per Unit VAT Per Unit Gross Per Unit Premium  
1+ € 321.19 € 0.00 € 321.19 12.5%
Product Description

The Krugerrand is the most known and beloved gold coin worldwide. Minted in South Africa the Krugerrand has a fine weight of 7.78 grams.

 

Alloy

The 1/4oz Krugerrand comes in a classical 22 carat gold-copper alloy and contains 91.66% gold and 8.34% copper. The higher copper content makes the coin more resistance to scratches and therefore more durable. A clear advantage of the 1/4oz Krugerrand coin.

 

Pros 

  • The 1/4oz Krugerrand is robust and scratch resistant
  • Krugerrands can be traded with banks and bullion dealers globally
  • As an investment the Krugerrand 1/4oz can be stored on minimal space
  • The 1/4oz Krugerrand can be sold easily in small quantities other than property for example

 

Origin

1967 was the first edition of the Krugerrand 1oz coins in South Africa issued. In 1980 smaller denominations such as ½, ¼ and 1/10oz were issued. Next to the Rand the Krugerrand is legal tender in South Africa. The name Krugerrand contains two words: Kruger and Rand. Rand is the official South African currency and Paul Kruger was president of the republic Transvaal. The word “Rand” describes an area in South Africa where gold was found in 1886. Until today Witwatersrand is one of the most important gold mining areas in the world.

 

1/4oz Krugerrand Details

  • Mint: Rand Refinery 
  • Country of Origin: Südafrika
  • Diameter: 22.00 mm
  • Thickness: 1.52 mm
  • Carat: 22 K
  • Alloy: Red-gold
  • Fineness: 916,66/1000
  • Fine weight: 7.78 grams
  • Gold content: 91,66 %
  • Copper content: 8,34 %
  • Scratch resistance: good
  • Brinell Hardness: approx. 57HB 
  • Melting Point: ca. 957°C 
  • First issue: 1980