U.S. Liberty Double Eagle
U. S. St. Gaudens Double Eagle
American Gold Eagle
American Gold Eagle: 1 ounce American Gold Eagle is the official gold bullion coin of the United States. It was first released by the U.S. Mint on November 24, 1986.
American Eagle gold coins are minted only from gold mines in the U. S.
This coin is 22 Karat gold and a small amount of other metal is added for durability. Each 1 ounce American Eagle contains one full ounce of pure gold.
The front of the coin shows Lady Liberty while the back of the coin shows the American bald eagle landing in its family’s nest.
These Gold Coins can be easily bought and sold almost anywhere in the world, making these coins among the most commonly traded coins in the world.
Canadian Gold Maple Leaf
The 1 ounce Canadian Maple Leaf contains a certified gold purity of 99.999% pure gold. It is called the “ international symbol of purity.”
Because of their purity, this coin scratches more easily than the less pure bullion and needs to be handled carefully.
The front of the coin shows a bust of Queen Elizabeth the second, while the back shows the Maple leaf, the national symbol of Canada.
The government of Canada guarantees the purity, weight, and the legal tender value these Canadian gold Maple Leaf coins. This is the reason these coins have been highly regarded by international investor since 1979.
South African Krugerrand.
The Krugerrand is perhaps the most widely owned gold coin in the world. It was created to encourage individual gold investment and introduced in 1967.
The front of the Krugerrand features the first South African president, Paul Kruger. The back shows a running South African antelope. It also lists the issue date, gold weight and purity.
The Krugerrand has no face value , as it is used to trade outside
of South Africa rather than used as a national currency.
The 1 Ounce Gold Bar is often referred as ingots. They are privately minted gold
assets purchased by investors in 1, 10, and 100 ounce increments. They are easier to buy and sell in smaller
denominations. All authentic gold bars will have gold mass, purity, and issuing company wither on the back or
front of the bar.