Discussion in 'Bullion Investing' started by vest007, Jul 31, 2013.
1. American Eagle Gold Bullion Coins
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2. Canadian Gold Maple Leaf
3. South African Krugerrand
4. Australian Gold Nugget
I would add the Austrian Philharmonic:
0.9999 fine gold, but mine at least doesn't have the luster/shine of the Maple Leaf or the Eagle.
I also have Chinese Pandas:
0.999 fine gold, very nice and good shine.
Lot of other mints around the world make gold coins, but their volumes are limited, the quality is not up to collector standards, they are less liquid, and sometimes they aren't made every year.
An ounce of gold is still under some circumstances only worth an ounce of gold, so if you pay a premium make sure you have a good reason for paying it.
I think this coins looks pretty nice. Thinking of getting it!!
Five 9's of purity ? Wow......I wonder how much softer it is than an American Eagle ?
I hope so....I have a few sub-1 oz.'ers.
It's a nice coin, my local LCS rarely has them compared to MLs, AGEs, and even Buffalos.
I just got a one ounce Panda myself!! Looks good!!
Congrats....it's a nice coin, I believe the annual mintages are much less than for AGEs, MLs, and Kruggerands.
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