1/10 oz Gold Coins (Varied Condition, Any Mint, Random Year)- Silver.com™
Gold: $1777.42 2.95
Silver: $23.49 0.07

1/10 oz Gold Coins (Random Year, Varied Condition, Any Mint)

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For those numismatists looking at buying gold, there are few options better than the 1/10 oz Gold Coin. These products are often popular among a wide range of numismatists and investors because they offer the same brilliant designs as larger coins, with a more affordable price to match their smaller physical size. Today, 1/10 oz Gold Coins are available to you online at Silver.com from various mints and years of issue.

Coin Highlights:

  • Ships to you in protective plastic.
  • Consists of One-Tenth Troy ounce of actual gold content, such as .999 or .9999 fine gold.
  • Face values dependent upon nation of issue.
  • Designs dependent upon mint of issue.
  • Available from various years issue.
  • Conditions vary.

There are countless examples of gold bullion coins from mints around the globe that include a 1/10 oz option. In some of these programs, the 1/10 oz coin is offered annually, while others feature the 1/10 oz gold coin weight only during certain years. The United States Mint, Royal Canadian Mint, and Mexican Mint all offer 1/10 oz Gold Coins for purchase.

Gold Mexican Libertad coins are available in a 1/10 oz weight in both the bullion program and proof series. The gold bullion version of the coin has been available in the years 1991-1994, 2000, and from 2002 onward. Proof versions of the Gold Libertad in a 1/10 oz weight have only been available since 2005 in very low mintages.

The Gold Eagle is the official gold bullion coin of the United States, and the 1/10 oz version of the bullion coin has been available since 1986. These coins feature images of Lady Liberty by Augustus Saint-Gaudens and the bald eagle by Miley Busiek. Proof versions of the Gold Eagle have been available since 1988.

The Canadian Gold Maple Leaf is one of the leading gold bullion products in the world. Part of the Gold Maple Leaf Series introduced in 1979, the 1/10 oz Gold Coin in this collection was introduced in 1986. Gold Maple Leaf coins include the sugar maple leaf as the primary reverse design, and Queen Elizabeth II’s effigy as the primary obverse design.

Silver.com does not guarantee the condition of any coin you’ll receive. The exact coin design, year of issue, and condition you receive through your purchase in this listing is dependent upon the availability of 1/10 oz Gold Coins in our warehouse when your order is prepared for shipping.

As an example of available conditions, consider BU coins. A BU coin has no signs of wear and tear, but may feature minor flaws ranging from breaks in the luster and spotted surfaces to contact marks from the coining process.

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Additional information

Weight 0.10000 oz

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Brand: Varied

Year: Varied

Grade: Varied

Mint: Varied

Silver Content: 1/10 Troy Ounce

Purity: .999 Pure Gold

Images shown are examples only. Actual item appearance is subject to change, but will always correlate with title and description.

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