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2024 RCM 1 oz Au Klondike Doré to Refined Gold .99999 (In Assay)

2024 RCM 1 oz Au Klondike Doré to Refined Gold .99999 (In Assay)

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The fourth and final coin in the Klondike Gold Rush series features the refinement process for gold transforming dore to refined gold.

Coin Highlights:
  • Contains 1 oz of .99999 fine gold.
  • Individually housed in a card with an assay certificate.
  • Eligible for Precious Metals IRAs.
  • Obverse: The obverse features the effigy of His Majesty King Charles III by Canadian artist Steven Rosati.
  • Reverse: The coin’s reverse is a representation of the gold refining process; it depicts molten gold forming a metal sheet that is then cut into pure gold coin blanks.
  • Guaranteed by the Royal Canadian Mint.

This is the fourth and final release in the Klondike Gold Rush series and would be a great addition to any gold collection. Add this .99999 fine 1 oz Doré to Refined Gold coin to your cart today!

Royal Canadian Mint .99999 Fine Gold Bullion
While most gold bullion coins are made of .9999 fine gold, the Royal Canadian Mint has produced several commemorative coins of .99999 fine gold. These are the purest gold coins ever minted. Among these, you will find Gold Maple Leafs, Gold Call of the Wild series, and now the Klondike Gold Rush coins. The Royal Canadian Mint is known around the world for its beautiful designs and unique minting techniques. Their appeal grows even more with these very high purity gold coins, adding yet another touch of elegance to the RCM name.

A History of Refinement
The Klondike Gold Rush (1896-1899) heightened interest in Canada’s mineral wealth, but miners had grown increasingly frustrated with the lack of a domestic market and the exorbitant expense of exporting gold. While gold mining production in the Klondike peaked and then ebbed, renewed calls for a Dominion mint prompted the establishment of the Ottawa branch of The Royal Mint, which officially opened on January 2, 1908.

A necessary addition for transforming doré bars into coinage-quality gold, an on-site refinery was completed in 1911 – in time to become an important part of the Ottawa Mint’s operations during the First World War, when its gold bars helped pay Britain’s war debts. In 1919, it was first recognized by the London Bullion Market Association (LBMA) as a Good Delivery refinery; to this day, the Royal Canadian Mint has maintained its position on that list of accredited gold refiners.

Work on a new refinery was completed in 1936, and it was in this facility that the recently renamed Royal Canadian Mint began pushing boundaries: in the mid-1960s, it upped the purity of its gold bars from .995 to .9999 fine; in 1982, it was the first in the world to produce .9999 bullion coins; and in 1998, it was the first to achieve the unprecedented level of purity of .99999 fine (99.999% or "five nines" pure).

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