1 Pound Gold South African Coins - Silver.com™
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1 Pound Gold South African Coins (Varied Condition)

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As a long-time colony and later dominion of the United Kingdom, South Africa has issued various Pound denominations. The gold for sale online today includes a number of former 1 Pound Gold Coins produced as early as 1874 and as recently as 1960. Like many former gold coins in circulation, some of these 1 Pound Gold Coins are still available. Today, 1 Pound Gold South African Coins are available to you online at Silver.com.

Coin Highlights:

  • Available to ship to you in an individual plastic flip!
  • Issued between 1892 and 1960!
  • Comes in varied conditions from random dates!
  • Consists of .2568 Troy ounces of actual gold content.
  • The face value of One Pound is fully backed by the South African government.
  • On the obverse and reverse field are various designs.
  • Please note you might get matching designs, dates, and conditions when buying several coins.

The first Pound denomination issued for a republic predating South Africa came in 1874 when the president of a predecessor South African Republic. Thomas Francois Burgers commissioned gold coins with his likeness on one side and the coat of arms of the republic on the other, but these coins never made it to circulation. The only gold Pound coins of South Africa to make it into circulation were the Kruger Pounds issued from 1892-1900. Following the Union of 1910, South Africa issued Pounds of the same size and weight as British sovereigns. This continued until decimalization in 1961, the introduction of the Rand, and the founding of the modern Republic of South Africa.

All of these 1 Pound Gold South African Coins are available in varied conditions with an individual plastic flip. The gold coins available here come in varied conditions, with most showing some signs of wear and tear from circulation use. Date marks and conditions are chosen at random using our discretion.

Silver.com cannot guarantee the date and condition of the coin you receive. All items are picked from available inventory only after your payment has cleared. When buying several coins, please note it is possible to receive coins with matching dates, designs, and conditions.

On the obverse and reverse field of these 1 Pound Gold South African Coins, you will find a variety of different designs. Most of the 1 Pound Gold South African Coins listed here come from the period following the Union of 1910 that created the modern predecessor to the Republic of South Africa.

These 1 Pound Gold South African Coins went into larger production starting in 1923 during the reign of King George V. In all, you could receive coins that have obverse portraits of the English monarchs King George V, King George VI, and Queen Elizabeth II. The reverse of most of these coins includes the Springbok antelope.

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Additional information

Weight 0.25680 oz

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Weight: 1/4 oz

Purity: .999 Fine Gold

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