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  • 1/10 troy ounce gold Krugerrand coin front
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1/10 troy ounce gold Krugerrand coin

267,00 Per piece 86,13 Per gram

The price per gram is calculated by dividing the price per piece by the netto weight of the coin.

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Gold Krugerrand coin 1/10 ounce, various years. The gold Krugerrand coin is minted by the South African Mint.

Specifications

South African Mint
Selling price
€ 267,00
Price per gram
€ 86,13
Net weight
1/10 troy ounce (3,1 gram)
Fineness
91,67%
Brutogewicht
3,38 gram
Year of issue
Divers
Mint
South African Mint

Information

Gold Krugerrand 1/10 troy ounce coin

The 1/10 ounce gold Krugerrand coin is the smallest coin in the gold Krugerrand series. This 1/10 troy ounce gold coin was introduced in 1980 in South Africa. The coin contains 11/12 part 24-carat gold and 1/12 part copper. This composition makes the golden Krugerrand a robust coin. Despite the composition with copper, the coin does contain 1/10 troy ounce (3.11 grams) of pure gold. The coin has a thickness of 1.35 mm and a diameter of 16.55 mm. The 1/10 troy ounce gold Krugerrand comes in a plastic coin capsule.
 

Popular small gold Krugerrand coin

The gold Krugerrand is the oldest and one of the most famous gold investment coins in the world. With more than 60 million ounces sold worldwide over the past 50 years.  The coin is named after both South Africa's former president Paul Kruger and the local South African currency, the Rand. The coin stands out for its red-orange hue. This hue is due to the added copper in the coin. 

Design golden Krugerrand 1/10 troy ounce

1/10 troy ounce gold Krugerrand coin front


Obverse

On the obverse of the 1/10 troy ounce gold Krugerrand, the springbok is engraved. The springbok is the national animal of South Africa. At the bottom, the weight of gold (1/10 OZ) of the coin is indicated along with the guarantee of gold quality in both Afrikaans (FYNGOUD) and English (FINE GOLD). Surrounding the springbok are other inscriptions, such as the name of the coin KRUGERRAND and the year of issue.

1/10 troy ounce gold Krugerrand coin back


Reverse

The reverse of the 1/10 troy ounce gold Krugerrand features an effigy of Paul Kruger, South Africa's fifth president. Besides being president, Paul Kruger was also known as the most prominent farmer during the Boer Wars. Surrounding the Paul Kruger effigy is an inscription of the coin's origin in both English (SOUTH AFRICA) and African (SUID-AFRICA).

Unique coin with a combination of gold and copper

The gold Krugerrand is an investment coin with a combination of 91.6% (3.11 grams) gold and 8.4% (0.28 grams) copper. As a result, the coin also weighs a bit more (3.393 grams) than other well-known 1/10 troy ounce investment coins. This unique combination of precious metals makes the coin stronger and less vulnerable to wear. This also gives the gold Krugerrand coin a red-orange hue. Due to its popularity, the Krugerrand is one of the most well-known investment coins in the world.  
 
The Krugerrand is produced by The South African Mint. With over 120 years of experience in minting coins, they have been producing the 1/10 troy ounce gold Krugerrand for over 43 years. The Krugerrand coin has legal tender status and this coin was issued specifically to be traded for its gold value. Krugerrand gold coins are readily tradable worldwide. 


Featured

  • 1/10 troy ounce (3.11 grams) pure gold 
  • Minted by The South African Mint 
  • World's most tradable coin 


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South African Mint

South African Mint

The South African Mint is responsible for minting all coins of the South African rand on behalf of its owner, the South African Reserve Bank. Located in Centurion, near South Africa's capital, Pretoria, this mint produces coins for both domestic and international markets.