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1 Gram Gold Coins (Varied Condition, Any Mint)

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Any quantity available for $18.99 per coin over spot!

When it comes to buying gold, one of the most affordable options available to investors is the 1 Gram Gold Coin. While 1 oz gold coins are offered in a wide range of gold bullion selections, fractional-ounce coins are not available in all collections and even fewer series of gold coins have a 1 Gram option. Now, 1 Gram Gold Coins in varied conditions from any mint are available to you for purchase online at Silver.com.

Coin Highlights:

  • Coins ship to you inside of protective plastic flips!
  • Available in varied conditions!
  • Come from any mint!
  • Consists of One Gram, or .03215 Troy ounces, of .999+ fine gold.
  • Issued a face value by the nation of origin.
  • Obverse and reverse designs are determined by the mint of issue.
  • Please remember the possibility to receive coins with matching conditions and designs when buying several coins.

1 Gram Gold Coins are available from two major gold bullion coin programs on an annual basis. The first of those was the Gold Canadian Maple Leaf. The 1 Gram Gold Coin in this series was introduced by the Royal Canadian Mint in 2014 as the sixth and final coin in the collection. The only other major coin series with a 1 Gram Gold Coin is the Chinese Panda.

Introduced in 2016, the 1 Gram Gold Chinese Panda replaced the 1/20 oz coin that had been issued in this series since 1983. Unlike the Gold Canadian Maple Leaf, the Gold Panda’s introduction in 1 Gram Gold came when the Chinese Mint transitioned its major Chinese Panda bullion coins away from Troy ounces.

Obverse and reverse design elements for these 1 Gram Gold Coins vary by the specimen you receive and the mint of origin. As an example of the designs you could see on your gold coin, let’s look at the 1 Gram Gold Canadian Maple Leaf. These coins feature the same designs on the obverse and reverse each year. Queen Elizabeth II is depicted in right-profile relief on the obverse of the Gold Maple Leaf, with the fourth-generation effigy from Susanna Blunt the only image used in the series. The reverse features the sugar maple leaf as designed in 1979 by Walter Ott.

These 1 Gram Gold Coins are available to you in varied conditions and come from any mint. Each coin is packaged inside a protective plastic flip. If original mint packaging is available, that is what you will receive the coin in. These coins could come in conditions ranging from brand new to heavily worn.

Please remember that it is possible to receive coins with the same conditions and designs when buying several coins. All items are chosen at random only after your payment has been processed. We cannot guarantee the condition, design, or mint of origin for any coin received.

Silver.com customer service is available to assist you at 888-989-7223. We are also available on the web using our live chat and email address features.

Additional information

Weight 0.03200 oz

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Gold Content: 1 Gram (0.03215 oz)

Purity: .9999 Fine Gold

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