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1/20 oz Gold Coins (Varied Condition, Any Mint, Any Year)

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Any quantity available for $17.99 per coin over spot!

One of the most affordable options when it comes to buying gold is 1/20 oz fractional gold. This is a popular weight in bullion coin programs and is offered by mints such as the Royal Canadian Mint and the Mexican Mint in North America alone, not to mention various other mints around the world. Now, 1/20 oz Gold Coins are available to you for purchase online at Silver.com with varied conditions from any mint with random date marks.

Coin Highlights:

  • Coin ships inside of a protective flip!
  • Available from random years and various mints!
  • Offered in varying conditions!
  • Consists of 1/20 Troy ounce of .999 or .9999 fine gold.
  • Issued face values by the mint of origin and nation backing the coin.
  • The obverse and reverse designs vary by mint.
  • Please remember you can receive several coins with the same condition, date, and mint of origin when buying multiples.

When you buy gold in this Silver.com listing, you could receive 1/20 oz gold coins with .999 fine gold content or .9999 fine gold content. Two such examples are the Gold Mexican Libertad and the Gold Canadian Maple Leaf. The Gold Libertad coin was introduced in 1992 in the 1/20 oz weight and features .999 fine gold content. On the other hand, Gold Canadian Maple Leaf coins debuted in 1993 and have .9999 fine gold content.

In addition to these two coin programs, you are likely to find the Gold Chinese Panda coin among the available 1/20 oz gold coins in this listing. The Gold Chinese Panda debuted in 1982 with the 1/20 oz gold coin added in 1983 and available annually until 2015 when it was changed to the 1 Gram Gold Panda.

On the obverse of coins in this listing, you will find designs chosen by the mint of origin. The Gold Mexican Libertad, as an example, offers the image of Winged Victory as shown at the top of the Mexican Independence Victory Column.

The reverse of the coins also features a distinctive design chosen by the mint of issue. For example, Gold Chinese Panda 1/20 oz coins come with an image of the Giant Panda species. These black-and-white bears are native to the central highlands of China and are depicted on these coins in a new design each year.

These 1/20 oz Gold Coins are offered to you in varied conditions from any mint with random date marks. All coins are shipped in protective flips and chosen at random after your payment processes. Coins could be brand new or showcase varying signs of wear and tear. The coins have date marks matching available years from the respective mints, while the designs are specific to each mint. If you buy more than one, please note you could receive several identical coins.

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Additional information

Weight 0.05000 oz

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Year: Varied

Grade: Varied

Mint: Varied

Silver Content: 1/20 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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