Value that endures.
First minted in 1967, the Krugerrand was introduced in 1967 as a vehicle for private ownership of gold.
Containing one troy ounce of pure gold, the Krugerrand was the world’s first
ounce denominated gold coin.
With over 60 million Krugerrands in circulation, the brand is held in high esteem for its consistent quality and durability.
As legal tender, the Krugerrand is figuratively worth its weight in gold.
The Krugerrand is an iconic brand that has withstood the test of time
The Krugerrand exists to build value that endures over time, for both investors and collectors alike.
In today’s unpredictable world, the Krugerrand offers the lasting values of hope and optimism; as the only investment that is conceptually worth its weight in gold. In hand, the Krugerrand delivers tangible and lasting peace-of-mind
Since 1967, the Krugerrand is the gold bullion coin which has pioneered enduring value for discerning investors. With over 52 million ounces of Krugerrand’s sold, the Krugerrand is the world’s most traded and trusted bullion coin. With a durable composition, timeless design, proven tradability, global liquidity and consistent delivery, the Krugerrand is an investment that withstands the test of time.
As a legal tender gold coin with a denomination in ounces of pure gold, the Krugerrand is the only bullion coin that is conceptually worth its weight in gold. Containing 11/12 24 carat gold and 1/12 copper the Krugerrand offers a resilient 22 carat gold investment. Available in four sizes containing exactly 1 oz, 1/2 oz, 1/4 oz or 1/10 oz of pure gold, the Krugerrand offers the kind of accessibility that few other coins do.
In homage to the original 1967 Krugerrand, this collector’s coin amplifies the craft and technique associated with the original bullion coin. The 2017 proof coins are hand positioned and pressed several times at a lower weight, allowing for immaculate transfer of detail and finish. Proof coins are hand-packed and encapsulated to maintain mint condition.
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