1 oz Gold Krugerrands (NGC Certified)
1 oz Gold Krugerrands (NGC Certified) - The South African Gold Krugerrand is the world’s first modern bullion Gold coin and remains one of the most popular Gold coins ever minted. Released in 1967, the Gold Krugerrand coin is an international symbol of wealth and prestige. The obverse of the Krugerrand Gold bullion coin features the South African Republic’s first president, Paul Kruger. The reverse of the Gold Krugerrand depicts South Africa’s symbol, the Springbok Gazelle.
Gold Krugerrand prices fluctuate, but the popularity of the Krugerrand Gold bullion coin only increases. APMEX sells Gold Krugerrand bullion coins in Proof and Brilliant Uncirculated Condition. You can also buy Gold Krugerrands in both current and backdated issues. APMEX makes it easy to buy Gold by offering competitive Gold prices on all Gold bullion coins.
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Most commonly encountered Krugerrands are dated from the mid 1970s through the mid 1980s. Mintages decreased drastically starting in 1985, so more recent date Krugerrands, such as the 2.... Read More
Krugerrand mintages fell off sharply after 1984, so this 1993 dated specimen is hard to come by. The added bonus of this coin is that it has been graded Ultra Gem Mint State-67 by NGC, which is tied for t.... Read More
Krugerrand mintages fell off sharply after 1984, so this 1993 dated specimen is hard to come by. The added bonus of this coin is that it has been graded Mint State-65 by NGC, with ONLY .... Read More
Tough to find in such a high grade, this Gold Krugerrand is a rare gem for the avid collector. The Krugerrand was first released in 1967 as the world's first modern bullion coin. The popularity of the Krugerrand desi.... Read More
Tough to find in such a high grade, this Gold Krugerrand is a rare gem for the avid collector. The Krugerrand was first released in 1967 as the world's first modern bullion coin. The popularity of the Krugerrand d.... Read More
Krugerrands from the late 70s were struck in large numbers, but they are seldom encountered this nice! Read More
This type is tough to find in such a high grade, as this coin is the Fine Reeded type. The 1977 Krugerrands were struck with both coarse and fine reeding, and the fine reeded types are much fewer in population ohn the.... Read More
Although mintages of 1976 Krugerrands were large, very few have been preserved so nicely. This example has been graded and encapsulated as Mint State 67 by NGC. Only 6 other coins have been graded higher! KM#73..... Read More
Krugerrands become fairly common for the next decade after this. Even though 1973 examples had a mintage of over 850,000, they are rarely encountered in pristine condition. Read More