There are many gold coins for sale in the precious metals market and it can feel overwhelming to pick just one coin, design, or issuing mint from the available choices. Through this type of coin listing at Silver.com, you can purchase gold bullion coins based solely on the weight of the coins. Today, 1 oz Gold Coins are available to you online at Silver.com.
- Available to ship to you in a protective plastic flip!
- Offered by mints around the globe!
- Date marks vary by coin program!
- Consists of One Troy ounce of .999 or .9999 fine gold.
- The obverse and reverse designs vary by mint of origin.
- Please be aware you may get numerous coins in the same condition, with the same design, from the same mint, and with matching date marks.
- Although the standard is to issue coins in a round shape, squares, triangles, and rectangles are increasingly common as well.
Gold bullion coins come in a variety of weights, but 1 oz gold coins are the primary option for most investors. Among the major gold bullion coin programs from mints like the United States Mint, the Royal Mint of England, and the Perth Mint, 1 oz gold is the anchor for each of those collections.
All of the 1 oz Gold Coins in this listing are available to you with a protective plastic flip. The coins are available in varied conditions from any mint with random date marks available. In this type of listing, all coins are chosen at random once your payment has been processed. As a result, we cannot guarantee those factors for the coin you receive. When purchasing multiple coins, please be aware you could receive several matching coins.
These 1 oz gold coins are in varied condition with each one AU or better. AU stands for about uncirculated and indicates the coins have minimal signs of wear and tear, and still boast impressive visual appeal for the design elements. It should be noted that while coins have traditionally been struck as circular rounds, in terms of shape, it is common for modern bullion collections to now feature shapes such as squares, triangles, and rectangles. Please keep in mind that any of these shapes are considered coins as long as the specimen has an assigned face value and legal tender status.
Examples of the coins you could receive in this listing include the Gold Australian Kangaroo, Gold Australian Kookaburra, or Gold Mexican Libertad. The Gold Australian Kangaroo is from the Perth Mint and is the longest-running bullion coin in Australia. It was initially released in 1986 as the Gold Nugget, and since 1990 it has been known as the Gold Kangaroo with new images of the kangaroo on the reverse each year.
Gold Mexican Libertad coins are produced by the Mexican Mint. These coins have the Mexican Coat of Arms on one face and the image of Winged Victory on the other face of the coin. The Mexican Mint introduced this series in 1982 and releases it every year in 1 oz gold.
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