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The 1/10 ounce (oz) gold coin, 3.11 grams (g), South African Krugerrand is an internationally popular coin. This elegantly designed coin is considered an interesting and unique coin for all collectors or investors. Like many other international coins, the South African Krugerrand offers elements of heritage and African culture on this coin.
These internationally renowned coins are attractive choices for many investors around the world. They offer a real chance to buy high-quality gold (0.9167 fine gold) at a good price. This timeless gold coin is a good investment in the precious metals industry and/or a great way to diversify your portfolio. Buying physical gold or storing it in one of our highly secure vaults is an investment of choice. Indeed, gold is the preferred commodity of investors in terms of price stability, its ability to go through crises such as inflation, and its long-term return on investment.
The obverse side of the coin illustrates Paul Kruger. The fifth president of South Africa is proudly represented on this coin. Besides, his name is engraved in English and Afrikaans. The back of the coin takes us across the wild plains of Africa to the grassy savannah, where its fauna is represented by an elegant and majestic antelope. The antelope is the national animal of South Africa, from where he was chosen to represent his country on this famous coin.
Protect your gold South African Krugerrand coin from fingerprints by using cotton gloves and carefully handling your coin. You can also protect your precious metal coin by keeping it inside a clear plastic capsule. This will expose the con in a very elegant way and will enhance the value of your coin collection.
This coin was put into service in 1967 to market and distribute gold produced in South Africa. With a diameter of 16.5 mm, this coin is the smallest of all available coin series. Despite its small size, this does not affect its following worldwide, and other by its purity in gold reaches a surprising 91.67%. In the 1980s more coins were produced. However, this time they were produced at a fraction of the size. This was done with the aim of offering small investors with modest savings the same investment opportunities.