2010 S. Africa 2-Coin Berlin Gold Krugerrand Launch Set (Spotted)

2010 S. Africa 2-Coin Berlin Gold Krugerrand Launch Set (Spotted)

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This two-coin set was created by both the Imperial German Mint and the South African Mint and represents their historical relationship.

Set Highlights:
  • Contains 1 oz of gold.
  • Mintage of 302 sets.
  • Comes in a box along with a numbered certificate of authenticity. Coins are now showing some spotting.
  • Obverse: Likeness of Paul Kruger, South Africa’s first and only president, along with “South Africa” in Afrikaans and English.
  • Reverse: A springbok antelope, the national animal of South Africa, along with the year of minting and gold weight.
  • Guaranteed by the South African Mint.

Handle your coins with care by adding these cotton gloves to your order.

Limited mintages of these 2-coin sets adds to their desirability and increases the potential of higher gains on the value of your investment in the future. Add this 2010 2-coin Gold Krugerrand launch set to your cart today.

Berlin Krugerrand Launch Set
This commemorative set was created through a collaboration of both the South African Mint and the Imperial German Mint. South Africa hosted the FIFA World Cup in 2010 and they were nominated as guest of honor at the 39th Berlin World Money Fair. To celebrate this special occasion, the launch set was created and features a 1 oz Proof Krugerrand with the mint mark of the Berlin Bear together with "Berlin" on the obverse. This set also includes a silver medallion which was co-designed by both mints.

South African Mint
The South African Mint manufactures Proof Krugerrand, and works with the Rand Refinery to mint the bullion Krugerrand. The mint produces coins on behalf of and is a wholly owned subsidiary of the South African Reserve Bank. In 1886, gold was discovered near the Witwatersrand area of Johannesburg and President Paul Kruger decided to establish a national mint. Today, the South African Mint is one of the world's top exporting mints.

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