European gold coins of the 19th century are still very popular with investors and collectors today. Collectors appreciate the historic designs recalling kingdoms of yesteryear, while investors value the coins for the 90% gold content of these former circulation pieces. Among the more unique options are the Italian Gold Coins of the Lira denomination. Right now, certified 1863 10 Lire Italian Gold Coins are available to purchase online from JM Bul... Read More
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The 10 Guilders Gold Coin was one of the last sovereign gold coins on the European continent issued for circulation. The coins were produced in this denomination from 1875 to 1933, and for the majority of that time period featured an effigy of the longest-reigning Dutch monarch, Queen Wilhelmina. Right now, 10 Guilders Gold Coins str... Read More
The Barbados Trident program is one of the most unique bullion coin series, and it now has one of the most unique gold bullion coin weights you’ll find. With the 2021 release of the series, the Scottsdale Mint offers a unique 1/5 oz gold coin in the ongoing series. Right now, 2021 1/5 oz Barbados Trident Gold Coins are available to purchase online from JM Bullion. Coin Highlights: Arrives in an individual capsule! 5th year of issue f... Read More
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The Italian lira was the official currency of the Kingdom of Italy and the Republic of Italy up until the creation of the Euro. The creation of the Italian lira came in 1861 when Victor Emmanuel II unified the various kingdoms of the Italian peninsula. Today, 1862/1881 20 Lire Italian Gold Coins with an NGC certification are available to you online from JM Bullion. Coin Highlights: Available to you in an NGC protective plastic slab! Co... Read More
The gold coins of the Italian lira were some of the most heavily used coins in Europe during the late 19th and early 20th centuries. Produced by the Kingdom of Italy starting in 1861, the most popular denominations in the series were the 10 and 20 lire coins. Right now, certified 1862/1881 20 Lire Italian Gold Coins are available to purchase online from JM Bullion. Coin Highlights: Arrives in a protective plastic slab from the NGC! Iss... Read More
Italy has one of the world’s longest-running and richest histories when it comes to coining. From Ancient Rome to the city-states of the Middle Ages and the modern period, Italian coining has led the way as one of the most consistent in Europe. The last gold coins issued into circulation in Italy were introduced in 1861 following the formation of a unified Kingdom of Ita... Read More
Cuba has a tumultuous history with the United States of America, but it was just a century ago that the United States was actually responsible for coining silver and gold coins for the island nation. Remaining Cuban gold coins from this era are considerably popular among both investors and collectors as a historical piece of gold. Right now, 1916 10 Peso Gold Cuba Coins are available to purchase online from JM Bullion. Coin Highlights: Ar... Read More
The Italian Lira was the official fiat currency of Italy from 1861 when the unified Kingdom of Italy was formed until 2002 when the modern nation of Italy adopted the Euro as a member of the Eurozone common currency. The 1863 10 Lire Italian Gold Coins were among the first issued following the unification of Italy under a single leader. Today, 1863 10 Lire Italian Gold 5-Coin Sets with certification are available to you online from JM Bullion. ... Read More
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Among the most popular items of gold for sale are gold bullion coins. 1 oz gold bullion coins are available from mints around the globe including the United States Mint, Royal Canadian Mint, Royal Mint of England, and the Perth Mint of Western Australia. Right... Read More
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One of the many prominent gold bullion collections from the Caribbean is the Barbados Trident. Struck by the Scottsdale Mint as of 2017, the collection offers both 1 oz gold and 1 oz silver coins, as well as a new 1/5 oz gold coin in the series. The series is famous for its background field changes with each release. Today, 2021 1 oz... Read More
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The 2021 Armenian Noah’s Ark Gold Coin series from Geiger Edelmetalle offers four coin weights for those buying gold. The gold bullion version of the coins debuted in 2020 and marked the first expansion of the series since 2012 when four more weights were made available in the silver version of the coin. Now, 2021 1 oz Armenian Noa... Read More
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Victory, Truth, Charity, Justice, Courage, and Constancy are the virtues assigned a Queen of the realm in England. Established during the reign of Queen Victoria and captured in a brilliant statue in her honor following her death, Victory is the primary virtue... Read More
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Please note that this can be broken into separate circles, but it will be challenging to turn this product into a sphere once it is broken apart. Be aware that you can try to turn this into a sphere at your own risk. The term unique is used a lot when it comes to describing precious metal coins produced at mints and refineries around the globe. If ever there was a product deserving of this title, it is the new 1 oz gold coin offered by Valca... Read More
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Please note that this listing contains coins graded AU50 or better. The image used in this product listing is for representation purposes only and is not a guarantee of the specific numeric grade for the coin you may receive. The Kings of Sardinia would eventually bring the Sardinia lira to the unified Kingdom of Italy in 1861 as the Italian lira. Before this could hap... Read More
One of the smallest gold coins for sale is the 1/2 Gram gold coin. Offered in only a handful of collections and select commemorative issues, 1/2 Gram gold coins are an affordable option when it comes to gold. The Perth Mint’s James Bond Series now features a small 1/2 Gram gold coin honoring the long-running franchise. Right now, 2020 1/2 Gram Tuvalu James Bond Series 00... Read More
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One of the smallest gold coins for sale in the world today is the 1 Gram Gold Coin. Available in a handful of different gold collections, 1 Gram Gold Coins are an affordable option for those investing in gold. Today, 1 Gram Gold Coins in varied conditions are available to you online from JM Bullion. Coin Highlights: Available to you inside of a protective plastic flip! Offered in varied conditions! Originates from various mints! ... Read More
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The Armenian Noah’s Ark bullion coin is one of the European continent’s most popular collections. It debuted in 2011 with silver bullion coins the only option. In 2020, Geiger Edelmetalle introduced a gold coin for sale for the first time ever in the series. With unique bullion coin packaging and limited mintages, the series is an impressive choice for investors. Now, 2020 1 Gram Armenian Gold Noah’s Ark Coins are available to you for purch... Read More
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There are various gold bullion coin programs available from sovereign and private mints. Each of these collections offers its own distinctive designs, but there are commonalities among certain features of these collections as well. Weight is one example. Most gold bullion coins have a 1 oz gold option alongside fractional-ounce coins. One of the more common weights is 1/20... Read More
When it comes to buying gold coins for sale online, many investors will turn to 1 oz gold. However, with the price of gold per ounce among the highest of all precious metals, not all investors want to or can afford to invest in gold on a 1 oz basis. Those looking for affordable options can turn to some of the largest gold bullion collections for affordability. Among them, ... Read More
The history of the ducat gold coin in Europe dates back to the year 1252 when mints in Florence and Genoa began issuing florins. That denomination was not standardized for weight and fineness at first, but did lead to the introduction of a standardized ducat in 1285 in Venice. Nearly three centuries later, the first Netherlands Ducat denomination was issued. Now, 1 Ducat N... Read More
There are few sailing ships of the Age of Exploration more famous than the HMS Bounty. The Bounty is remembered in the modern age due in large part to the mutiny that occurred on its maiden voyage as a vessel in the service of the Royal Navy. The HMS Bounty remains one of the most famous Royal Navy vessels, despite never participating in an active military confrontation with enemy forces. Now, 2020 1/10 oz Cook Island Bounty Gold Coins are availa... Read More
The Chronos Series issued on behalf of Tokelau is one of the longest-running collections for the small island nation. The collection started as a silver medal series and transitioned in 2019 to become a legal tender silver bullion coin series. Now, 2021 1/10 oz Tokelau Chronos Gold Coins are available to you for purchase online from JM Bullion. Coin Highlights: Coi... Read More
The various Italian states and kingdoms were unified in 1861 as a singular Kingdom of Italy under the rule of Victor Emmanuel II. Previously the King of Sardinia, he rose to unify all of Italy and one of the first coins issued in his reign was the 10 Lire Italian Gold Coin. Now, 1863 10 Lire Italian Gold Coins in certified condition are available to you for purchase online from JM Bullion. Coin Highlights: Coins arrive in protective plast... Read More
The 2 Rand South African Gold Coin is available in AU (Almost Uncirculated) condition from years of our choice. Each coin has been struck with 22k gold and contains a total of .2354 troy ounces of pure gold. Minted from 1961 to 1980, the South African 2 Rand Gold Coin can make for a historical addition to any collection. Produced at the celebra... Read More
Gold coins for sale online come in a variety of styles, designs, and weights. Unlike silver coins, which are often struck only in a 1 oz weight, gold coins come in weights that range from 1/20 oz up to 1 oz. Among the more popular options are ¼ oz gold coins. Right now, ¼ oz Gold Coins are available to purchase online from JM Bullion. Coin Highlights: Arrives ins... Read More
Nations around the world adopted the gold standard at varying points in human history. Once many of these nations did, gold coins were issued in circulation with varying denominations. One of the most popular from the South American continent was the Colombian Gold Peso. The most popular denomination in this series was the 5 Peso Colombian Gold Coin. Right now, 5 Peso Colo... Read More
Gold buyers love a coin with low mintage figures and a unique background story, and the 5 Peso Uruguay Gold Coin delivers on both accounts. Issued only in 1930, the 5 Peso Uruguay Gold Coin was issued to commemorate the centennial of the nation’s constitution and bears the depiction on the obverse of the man considered to be the nation’s founding father. Right now, 5 Peso Uruguay Gold Coins are available to purchase online from JM Bullion. ... Read More
The Armenian Noah’s Ark Series from Geiger Edelmetalle and the Central Bank of the Republic of Armenia is the world’s only major bullion series with a design theme rooted in the Bible. From the Book of Genesis, the design not only captures a beautiful rendition of the biblical flood, but it also connects the modern Republic of Armenia to the pa... Read More
For the first time ever, the Armenian Noah’s Ark bullion series offers a gold bullion coin. Introduced in 2020, the series offers four weights for investors to choose from and each coin comes individually packaged inside of a security capsule with a Certificate of Authenticity. Right now, 2020 1/4 oz Armenian Gold Noah’s Ark Coins are available... Read More
The Danish Kroner, or Krone, was one of the few European currencies that continued to be used into the 20th and 21st centuries. Though the Kroner is still around today, gold coins in the Kroner were abandoned in 1917 at the height of World War I in Europe. Right now, 20 Kroner Gold Danish Coins are available to purchase online from JM Bullion. Coin Highlights: Arri... Read More
The Cuba Gold Peso coins are a unique issue of the early 20th century that were requested by the Cuban government and struck by the United States Mint. With designs from then-Chief Engraver of the United States Mint, Charles E. Barber, the gold pesos for Cuba were available in six denominations for just two years. Today, 5 Peso Cuba Gold Coins are available to you online f... Read More
The Byzantine Empire, originally known as the Eastern Roman Empire, was once one of the most powerful economic, military, and cultural forces on the European continent. From 395 AD to 1453 AD, the Byzantine Empire issued gold coins which eventually became an international standard for trade during the Middle Ages. Byzantine Empire Gold Coins are currently available to you for purchase online from JM Bullion. Coin Highlights: Available ins... Read More
Originating in Spain, the Peso was once widely used throughout the territories of the Spanish Empire. One of the remaining nations that still use the Peso is Cuba. Historically, Cuba issued gold pesos into circulation and some of those are still available as affordable investment options and collectible pieces. Now, 10 Peso Cuba Gold Coins are available to you for purchase... Read More
If you buy gold, you’re undoubtedly familiar with the various gold bullion coin programs available. While 1 oz coins form the backbone of all programs, most offer fractional-weight coins as well to provide a more affordable option for buyers. The 1/2 oz Gold Coin is a popular choice among many investors and is currently available from various programs today online from J... Read More
The new Armenian Gold Noah’s Ark Coins from Geiger Edelmetalle join an existing series that has been available for nearly a decade. Introduced in 2011, the series first featured three silver weights and grew within one year of its debut to include a total of eight weights. Now, four gold options join the series offering the beautiful design from Eduard Kurghinyan to even more investors. Today, 2020 1/2 oz Armenian Gold Noah’s Ark Coins are av... Read More
In 2020, Geiger Edelmetalle introduced the first-ever Noah’s Ark Gold Coin for the Republic of Armenian. After nearly a decade of production as a silver-only series, the German mint introduced four weights in a new Armenian Noah’s Ark Gold Series. Together with a 1 oz gold coin, the mint released 1/2 oz, 1/4 oz, and 1 Gram coins. Right now, 202... Read More
The gold coins of the French Franc formed the basis of the Latin Monetary Union on the European continent. The coins originated in France and would eventually be issued in the same denomination, the Franc, in nations such as Belgium and Switzerland. Now, 100 Francs Gold Coins are available to you for purchase online from JM Bullion. Coin Highlights: Coins arrive in protective plastic flips! Offered from random years and countries of or... Read More
In 2017, the Scottsdale Mint unveiled its latest collaboration with a foreign reserve bank with the release of the Barbados Trident coin. Originally unveiled as a silver bullion coin, the program now expands to feature a beautiful gold coin for sale. Right now, 2017 1 oz Barbados Trident Gold Coins are available to purchase online from JM Bullion. Coin Highlights: Arrives inside of Scottsdale Mint’s Certi-Lock packaging! 1st year of ... Read More
Historic gold coins represent a great option for anyone buying gold. From the European continent to North America, gold coins were still in wide circulation at the start of the 20th century as a form of everyday currency. Though these coins are no longer produced, they are still available to investors and collectors as a more affordable option when adding to your gold port... Read More
While the vast majority of precious metal enthusiasts, investors, and collectors eagerly await the annual release of popular sovereign bullion coin programs, silver and gold rounds are becoming increasingly popular with precious metal enthusiasts around the globe. Right now, 1 oz Gold Rounds are available to purchase online from JM Bullion. Round Highlights: Arrives in protective plastic flip. Contains 1 Troy oz of .999 or .9999 pure g... Read More
An all-new option in the Armenian Noah’s Ark Series arrived in 2020 with the first-ever release of Armenian Gold Noah’s Ark coins. Each of the four available coins in the 2020 Armenian Noah’s Ark Series offers the same obverse and reverse designs from the long-running silver series. Weights in the new collection range from 1 Gram and fractional-ounce coins to the standard 1 oz gold option. Now, 2020 1 oz Armenian Gold Noah’s Ark Coins are... Read More
The Cook Islands is a self-governing island nation located to the northeast of New Zealand, a nation it exists in free association with. The Cook Islands consists of 15 islands in total and countless coral atolls spread out over an incredible 756,000 square miles of ocean. Known for its tourism, the Cook Islands is also home to a large offshore banking sector and a growing number of bullion coin collections. Right now, 2020 1 oz Cook Islands Boun... Read More
One of the oldest bullion coin programs comes not from a sovereign mint, but from England’s largest private mint. The Pobjoy Mint revived the Isle of Man Noble currency in 1983 with the release of a Platinum Noble bullion coin for investors. Although the Platinum Noble was halted in 1989, the design concept has since been revived in gold and silver. Today, 1994 1 oz Isle... Read More
The coins of the Italian Lira were issued by various kingdoms within the Italian states of the 19th century. Among the most coveted is the 80 Lire Italian Gold Coin from the Kingdom of Sardinia. Bearing the effigy of Charles Felix of Sardinia, the 80 Lire Italian Gold Coin was issued for a decade during the reign of Charles Felix. Today, 1826 80 Lire Italian Gold Sardinian... Read More
When it comes to gold coins for sale, most mints offer 1 oz and fractional-ounce options as the primary coins available to investors. However, you will find that many series do offer gold options above 1 oz, including 2 oz gold coins. Right now, 2 oz Gold Coins are available to purchase online from JM Bullion. Coin Highlights: Arrives with a protective flip or orig... Read More
Beyond American Gold Eagles and Canadian Gold Maple Leafs, there are dozens of other gold coins produced by Government mints across the world. This category of products includes all gold coins not listed in the Eagles/Maple Leaf categories, including other US coins, European coins, Asian coins, and more.
While browsing our world listings, you may wonder if the originating country of a gold coin affects its value. In our opinion, the most important piece of any gold coin’s worth is its gold purity and weight. Given that most gold coins are of 24k (.999 or .9999) fine purity and 1 troy oz weight, we typically tend to recommend investors go with the cheapest coin available.
That being said, some investors prefer buying coins from their home country, or coins that may trade at a premium due to relative scarcity. If you choose to do this, you typically are no worse off in the long run, as coins that are more expensive now will typically sell for a higher price later, as well.
A facet of world Gold coins that attracts investors and collectors to them more than gold coins from the US or Canada is the fact that their designs are like nothing most people have ever seen before. Some of these coins come from the furthest, remote parts of the world and even though they are relatively small pieces of metal, the depictions and inscriptions present on the coins give you the chance to take home part of that country’s culture and history. A perfect example of this is the Austrian Philharmonic gold coin whose main images are representative of the country’s oldest, most famous orchestra.
With superior gold content and some of the most unique designs around, world gold coins are a great choice for any serious collector or investor.
While many investors are familiar with the imagery found on coins like the American Gold Eagle, Canadian Gold Maple Leaf, and the aforementioned Austrian Gold Philharmonic, there are a wide (and growing) number of major gold bullion coin programs available for investors to consider when buying gold. Below, you can read the basic details of some of the many popular programs out there, to include year of introduction, options, and metallic content.
The oldest gold bullion series continuously issued in the modern era is the South African Gold Krugerrand. Conceived in 1967 by the South African Mint and the Rand Refinery, the Gold Krugerrand was ostensibly developed to promote the vast gold reserves of South Africa and spark revived interest in private gold ownership. The coins were available from 1967 to 1980 with only a 1 oz gold option. In 1980, 1/2 oz, 1/4 oz, and 1/10 oz gold coins were introduced. In 2017, the South African Mint marked the 50th anniversary of this vaunted series with the release of additional 1/20 oz and 1/50 oz gold coins. All of the coins in this series have 22-karat gold content, indicating the presence of 91.67% gold and a balance of copper in the composition of the coins. Notably, the Gold Krugerrands are legal tender, but have no assigned face value.
The Mexican Gold Libertad was introduced by the Mexican Mint in 1981 as a popular revival of the Winged Victory image from the 1921 gold Centenario. The Gold Libertad is arguably one of the most diverse programs. Though it debuted in 1981 and did not resume until 1991, with a second break in production running from 1995 to 1999, the series offers five weights across both its Brilliant Uncirculated and Proof collections. You can purchase Mexican Gold Libertads in each version on an annual basis in weights of 1 oz, 1/2 oz, 1/4 oz, 1/10 oz, and 1/20 oz. There is, additionally, a Reverse Proof coin available as of 2018 in the 1 oz and 1/2 oz weights. Like the Gold Krugerrand, the Gold Libertad is legal tender, but has no marked face value.
The 1980s saw a flurry of new gold bullion coins introduced that rapidly expanded the availability of gold bullion to investors from just two major coins in 1980 to a total of eight by 1989. Among the coins introduced in this era was the British Gold Britannia from the Royal Mint of England. The Gold Britannia has featured three different metallic compositions since its 1987 debut. From 1987 to 1989, the coins were 22-karat gold with 91.67% gold and the remainder copper. From 1990 to 2012, the coins were still 91.67% gold, but now the remainder was silver. Since 2013, the series has offered 24-karat, .9999, pure gold content. The original weights in the series included 1 oz, 1/2 oz, 1/4 oz, and 1/10 oz gold. in 2013, a 1/20 oz and a 5 oz gold coin were introduced.
Without question, one of the series to see the greatest amount of change in its history is the Chinese Gold Panda. First and foremost, the Gold Panda was the world’s first major gold bullion series to offer up new design elements on one side of the coin each year. In this case, the Chinese Mint produces a new reverse image of the Giant Panda for each date mark in the series. The coins are produced of .999 pure gold content and come with a total of five weights available. In 1982, the series debuted with 1 oz, 1/2 oz, 1/4 oz, and 1/10 oz gold. In 1983, a 1/20 oz gold coin was added. These factors are, however, just the tip of the iceberg among the changes that have come about in the history of the Gold Pandas.
From 1982 to 2000, the coins had face values of 100, 50, 25, 10, and 5 Yuan, respectively from 1 oz to 1/20 oz. In 2001, the Chinese Mint and People’s Bank of China adjusted the face values upward to values of 500, 200, 100, 50, and 20 Yuan. In 2016, the Gold Pandas became the first major coin series to use Grams instead of Troy oz as the official unit of measure. This changed the coins to 30 Gram, 15 Gram, 8 Gram, 3 Gram, and 1 Gram weights instead. With this change, the diameter of each coin but the 1/2 oz coin shrunk. Similarly, the actual weight in Grams of each coin changed.
What started as a collectible 12-coin series at the Perth Mint has grown to become a recurring 12-coin collection that is on its third iteration as of 2020. The Australian Lunar Gold coins are available from the Western Australia-based mint in Brilliant Uncirculated and Proof options each year. While specific weight options have ebbed and flowed in this range, the Perth Mint has steadfastly released 1 oz, 1/2 oz, 1/4 oz, 1/10 oz, and 1/20 oz gold coins in the Australian Lunar Series. The series follows the exact 12-year cycle of the Zodiac from the Year of the Mouse in the first year to the Year of the Pig in the final year. The collections available include the Lunar Series I coins (1996-2007), the Lunar Series II coins (2008-2019), and the Lunar Series III coins (2020-2031). All coins in this series have 24-karat gold content.
Another long-running gold bullion coin and one of two major collections from the Perth Mint is the Australian Gold Kangaroo. This series has, like the Lunar Series coins, offered varying weights over the course of time. The most important and most common are the 1 oz, 1/2 oz, 1/4 oz, 1/10 oz, and 1 Kilo gold coins, though other weights such as 2 oz, 10 oz, and 1/20 oz have been issued in the history of the series. From 1986 to 1989, this series was actually known as the Australian Gold Nugget and featured new reverse designs each year of golden nuggets that had actually been discovered on the Australian continent. As of 1990, the series has transitioned to become the Australian Gold Kangaroo with fresh depictions of the world’s largest marsupial species on the reverse side of the coins with each new release.
Another of the world’s most prominent and diverse gold bullion coin collections is the Somalia Gold Elephant. Once available only as a 1 oz gold coin, this series debuted in 1999 from the Bavarian State Mint as the Zambia Gold Elephant. From 1999 to 2003, the coins were issued as the Zambia Elephant. Starting in 2004, the collection transitioned to become the Somalia Gold Elephant. Throughout its history, the series has offered up new reverse design elements of the African bush elephant with each subsequent release, never repeating a design. Originally offered as 1 oz .999 pure gold coins, as of 2016 the series has offered investors 24-karat .9999 pure gold coins. The 2016 release not only brought with it greater purity, it also brought greater diversity. That year saw the introduction of additional coins in the form of 1/2 oz, 1/4 oz, 1/10 oz, 1/25 oz, and 1/50 oz coins. In 2017, an additional 1/2 Gram coin was added as well.
The Armenian Noah’s Ark Series is a product of the Geiger Edelmetalle mint in Germany, a private minting company in Leipzig, Germany. The Armenian Noah’s Ark Series was exclusively a silver bullion collection when it was introduced in 2011. Its first addition in 2012 merely added to the range of silver coins available in the collection. It wasn’t until 2020 that the series gained its first gold bullion coins. The designs of the coins are the same as used on the silver coins and actually draw inspiration from a 2017 proof gold release of the coins.
The 2017 Proof Armenian Gold Noah’s Ark Coins marked both the first-ever release of proof coins in the series and the first-ever release of a gold version of the coin. The set included four gold coins with weights of 1 oz, 1/2 oz, 1/4 oz, and 1 Gram gold, each one containing .9999 pure gold content and face values assigned in Dram, the sovereign currency of the Republic of Armenia.
When Geiger Edelmetalle introduced the new Armenian Gold Noah’s Ark bullion coins in 2020, those same four weights were chosen as the representative investment-grade coins. Each coin had the following details:
Finally, if you’re looking for a little more history in the designs of the world gold coins you purchase, you might want to look into our range of European Sovereign Gold Coins. The vast majority of these gold coins were issued prior to World War I as legal tender, everyday circulation currency in empires from the Kingdom of the Netherlands and the French Empire to the Austro-Hungarian Empire and the United Kingdom. Among the most common European Sovereigns you will find still available to modern buyers are the Corona denominations of the Austro-Hungarian Empire, Francs denominations issued by France and Switzerland, and the vaunted British Gold Sovereign, a coin with a history dating back to the 1480s when the English sovereign was introduced.
Please note that the diameter, thickness, and gold purity level of world gold coins can vary drastically, especially when you shop through the collection of European Gold Sovereigns listed on our website. If you navigate on any given production description to the “Specifications” tab, you can see the exact dimensions and purity for any given coin you are looking to purchase so that you are well informed before making any decisions.
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