20 Francs Gold Coins (Random Year/Country, VG+) - Silver.com™
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20 Francs Gold Coins (Random Year/Country, VG+)

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Sell to Us Price: $337.81

Call us at 1-866-898-4805 or email us at buybacks@silver.com to sell your items. Note that the price listed is not a confirmed bid and buybacks are subject to $1,000 minimums as well as possible maximums depending on inventory positions, and require verbal confirmation via phone.

As low as $16.99 per coin over spot!

Customers: please note that these coins are available from varied years and as such they may contain different designs than those pictured above. You may receive either a Swiss or French gold coin depending on our inventory at the time of order placement. No matter which coin you receive, it is guaranteed to contain ~.1867 troy ounces of pure gold.

A well-diversified precious metals portfolio will contain coins, bars and rounds of different precious metals. When looking for gold coins, most investors likely think of the most popular gold bullion coins such as the American gold eagle, the Canadian Gold Maple Leaf or the Austrian Gold Philharmonic. Other, lesser known gold coins can also play an important role in a precious metals portfolio. One such gold coin is the 20 Francs gold coin.

More and more often investors are turning to uniquely-designed and foreign gold coins as a way to invest in gold as they are a great alternative to the more popular choices and can carry a higher buyback premium based on their rarity and the gold price per oz.

Coin Highlights:

  • Limited mintage and highly collectable.
  • Contains .1867 troy ounces of pure gold.
  • 20 Franc face value.
  • Symbolic Swiss design.
  • .900 percent fine gold.

The 20 Francs Gold Coin is highly sought after by both coin collectors and enthusiasts alike. This gold bullion coin was minted from 1897 to 1949 and features designs that are symbolic of Switzerland. The coin’s obverse features a Fritz Landry design of an allegorical female symbol of Switzerland. Her profile is set against a backdrop of mountains. The coin’s reverse features a Swiss shield surrounded by oak leaves with inscriptions of the coin’s mint year and face value.

The coin features some added detail around its outer rim and also features a mint mark. The type and year coin you will receive depends on inventory and can vary.

Once you have purchased your 20 Francs Gold Coins, they will arrive at your doorstep within a matter of days carefully and discreetly packaged. Given their age, symbolism and history, these gold bullion coins can make a great addition to any coin collection or precious metals portfolio and also make an excellent gift.

If you have any questions at all about these 20 Francs Gold Bullion coins, please call us at 1-888-989-7223 or utilize our live chat feature. You can also compare other gold bullion coins by visiting our gold bullion selection.


Additional information

Weight 0.18670 oz

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Brand: Generic

Year: Any Year

Condition: AU (Almost Uncirculated)

Mint: Varies

Gold Content: .1867 Troy Ounces

Purity: .900 Fine Gold

Face Value: 20 Francs

Diameter: 21mm

Thickness: 1.4mm

Mint Packaging: N/A

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

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