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10x 1/2 Ounce Gold Krugerrand 2022(... saved) €952.79 * MwSt.-frei | plus shipping costs
Krugerrand 1/2 ounce gold coin buying offers you the opportunity to invest in the most famous South African gold coin . The gold price determines the prices for the Krugerrand coin when selling or buying. The 1/2 ounce Krugerrand coin as well as the other sizes 1/4, 1/10 and 1 ounce Krugerrand, or Krugerrand gold coins have been minted since 1967 by the Rand Refinery or the South African Mint Company.
Details of the 1/2 ounce Krugerrand gold coin
The 1/2 ounce Krugerrand gold coin has 22 carats and has a fineness of 916.67 ‰, the remaining 83.33 ‰ is copper, which gives the Krugerrand coin 1/2 ounce a special reddish glow and also makes the Krugerrand gold coins relatively resistant to scratches.
At 1/2 troy ounce, the Krugerrand coin has a fine gold weight of 15.55 grams, a diameter of about 27 mm and a thickness of 2.24 mm.
The price to sell or buy the 1/2 ounce Krugerrand 1/2 is not determined by its own face value, but is based on the daily rate of the gold price. The South African gold coins are the most famous investment coins in the world, the value of your 1/2 ounce Krugerrand or Krugerrand coin is linked to the prices of gold bull ion, so your Krugerrand investment will increase in value as gold prices rise.
The motif of the Krugerrand 1/2 ounce gold coin: The Springbok Antelope
The reverse of the Krugerrand gold coin features a springbok antelope, the national animal of South Africa. The edge inscription on the reverse of the most famous gold coin from South Africa reads 1/2 Krugerrand at the top, and to the left and right of the springbok is the respective year of the 1/2 ounce Krugerrand gold coin. In the lower edge area is embossed FYNGOUD and 1/2 OZ FINE GOLD .
On the obverse of the Krugerrand coin you will see Paul Kruger in portrait as well as the border inscription SOUTH AFRICA in English and SUID-AFRIKA in Afrikaans. The portrait of Paul Kruger, the President of South Africa from 1892 to 1902, after whom the famous Kruger National Park is named, was made by Otto Schulz for the first edition of the Krugerrand gold coins in 1967
Naming of the Krugerrand Gold Coins
The name Krugerrand, or in German Krugerrand, comes from Kruger and Rand and goes back to Paul Kruger. Paul Kruger led the Boers in the fight for independence against the British and was called "Oom Paul" by the locals. Rand is both the currency in South Africa and can be traced back to Witwatersrand as a region with high gold deposits. Instead of Kruger and Rand in the actual naming, the gold coins in Germany are usually offered for sale under the composition of Kruger and Rand.
Security feature of the Krugerrand or Krugerrand gold coins
When buying or selling Krugerrand coins, it is very important to know the security features of the gold coin from South Africa. The edge of the Krugerrand coin is fluted, this prevents any possible scratching off the coin and a corresponding reduction in value.
Tips for buying and selling gold coin Krugerrand 2022
We offer you the opportunity to realize at a favorable price your 1/2 ounce Krugerrand gold coins purchase or sale. The original Krugerrand coin is not available as a silver coin, but only as a gold coin.
If you want tosell us yourgold coins, simply place the corresponding items in the desired quantity via the Sell button in the purchase basket and complete your sale. Afterwards you will receive a confirmation and all further information about shipping and payment.
The stated purchase price is only valid for as good as new items in tradable condition. Otherwise we buy the items as scrap gold. This also applies to products that we do not have in our assortment. For more information: to the gold purchase.
Packaging sizes for Krugerrand gold coins to 1/2 ounce
We offer you the possibility to buy 1/2 oz Krugerrand gold coins in packaging units of 15 pieces. You will receive the 10 or 15 pieces 1/2 oz Krugerrand coins in the official tube of the South African Mint, which is of course included in the selling price.
|Manufacturer:||South African Mint|
|Country of origin:||South Africa|
|State:||as new or mint|
|Gross weight:||16,97 g|
|Fine weight:||1/2 oz (15.55 g)|
|Fineness:||916,67 / 1.000|
|Single packing:||in transparent coin pouch|
|Quantity packaging:||15 each in plastic tube|
|Storage locations:||Storage in Frankfurt a. M. (D), Storage in Zurich (CH), Storage in Halifax (CA)|
|Intended use:||Bullion coin|