A 22-carat gold coin carrying an Eagle’s head issued by the United States Mint in sizes of: one ounce, 1/2ounce, 1/4ounce, 1/10 ounce with face values of $50, $25, $10, and $5.
The obverse of the Gold Eagle is adapted from the 1907 Augustus Saint-Gaudens’ famed Gold Double Eagle considered as one of the most beautiful coinage designs. Reflecting a silhouette of lady Liberty walking against the rays of the sun holding aloft a torch and an olive branch. The reversal face of the coin shows a male eagle moving towards his nest carrying an olive branch where a female eagle waits for his return with her children. This depiction highlights the importance of American families.
A 24-carat gold coin issued by Gold Corp of Australia in sizes of one kilogram, 10 ounces, 2 ounces, one ounce,
The Perth Mint introduced the Gold Nugget series in 1986, made of Australian metal. Featuring changing images of kangaroos every year since its inception in 1990, the images have added collect-ability to the coin’s fine Gold appeal of 9999.
A one ounce legal tender 24-carat gold coin produced by the Austrian mint. The coin bears a number of musical instruments to honor the Vienna Philharmonic Orchestra, after which it is named.
A 22-carat legal tender gold coin issued by the Royal Mint in 1987 the Britannia coin has a face value of £100.and contains one troy ounce of gold.
Gold Britannias also are issued in a fractional one half, one quarter and one tenth of a troy ounce, carrying a face value of £50, £25, respectively.
Woven into the very fabric of the Islands of Great Britain; elegant, noble, steadfast and true, she personifies Great Britain’s traditions, values and standing in the world; A beacon of hope & a reassuring presence during times of upheaval and change.
The obverse design of the Gold Maple has always featured the right-facing profile of HM Queen Elizabeth II. Over the years, the potrait has been changed to reflect the aging queen Elizabeth II
Artist Walter Ott’s high -tech engraving of a maple leaf, Canada’s national symbol is the reverse design on the coin; elaborate with all the textures and veins of the leaf, artfully represented.
A 22-carat gold bullion coin, a diameter of 32.6mm & a thickness of 2.74 mm , minted by the South African Mint. It is available in 1 ounce sizes.
The name Krugerrand is derived from the combination of the names of Paul Kruger, a well-known Boer leader and also the last president of the Republic of South Africa, and the “rand” — the monetary unit of South Africa.
The Chinese Gold Panda is a series of gold bullion coins issued by the People’s Republic of China. Introduced by the Mint in 1982, the panda design changes every year (with a single exception) and comes in different sizes and denominations, ranging between 1/20 troy oz. to 1 troy oz.
India Gold Coins
The Indian Gold Coin is the first ever national gold coin with the Ashoka Chakra on one side and Mahatma Gandhi (Father of the Nation) on the reverse. A government promotion, it is the only BIS hallmarked coin in India. The coin is presently available in 5 grams and 10 grams along with an Indian Gold Bar of 20 grams.