|Weight||311.050 Grams / 10.000 Oz|
Package of 10 * 1 Ounce Gold Bullion Coins at least 999 Fine.
All coins provided are government issued 1 Ounce gold coins, including those manufactured by:
Our choices of coins and dates. All coins are guaranteed to contain 999 fine investment grade gold bullion.
About 1 Ounce Gold Coins
1 Ounce gold coins are all backed by an official governemtn body, and have a legal tender value. For example, the Royal Mint issues the Britannia gold coin and each has a legal tender value of £100. The coin's legal tender value is the value to which the government has agreed to back the coin. All gold coins have a minimum fineness of 999, which makes them investment grade gold coins. Gold coins do not come with a serial number. These coins are supplied in a plastic slip or plastic tube, depending on the quantity purchased.
Who issues 1 Ounce Gold Coins?
Gold coins are any gold rounds that are issued by or on behalf of any official government or country. For example, the Candian Maple Leaf coin is issued by the Royal Canadian Mint in cooperation with the government of Canada. The Austrian Philharmonic is issued by the Austrian Mint. And so on. Some coins are manufactured by private mints on behalf of governments. For example PAMP Suisse issued a bullion coin on behalf of the government of Gibraltar. All gold coins issued by government bodies are backed by that government - this means that the governing body guaranteed that it would purchase the coin back from you for the value printed on the coin. Though the coin's intrinsic value due to its gold content is much lower than its legal tender value, it does reassure some investors to know that it has this guarantee.
Why Buy Gold Coins?
Gold coins have been a popular investment option since the gold standard was abandoned by Nixon in the United States. Unfortunatly, with fiat money governments have their own ability to print as much money as they need. This eventually leads to inflation, which devalues the purchasing power of the currency that is issued. Gold tends to retain its purchasing power. For example, a gold sovereign would be able to purchase a men's suit two hundred years ago, and today the value of a sovereign can still purchase the same. However, when initially issued, the value of a sovereign was £1. Clearly, you can no longer buy a suit with £1.
How to Store Gold Coins?
SuisseGold.eu offers its clients the options for worldwide delivery or secure vault storage. For clients who have their own secure storage facilities, delivery is prefered. For clients who prefer to leave their bullion in storage, SuisseGold.eu offers secure bullion storage in Switzerland, Singapore or Canada. Bullion storage is free of charge for the first year, and clients may manage their holdings via the 'MyVault' (TM) section of the website. Gold coins may be sold back or shipped from storage at any time. Gold coins may be purchased using any of 20 currencies and 8 cryptocurrencies.
Price includes free insured storage in our vault for up to one year from purchase date.