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  • 1/2 Troy ounce gold coin Krugerrand 2024 front
  • 1/2 Troy ounce gold coin Krugerrand 2024 back
  • Mint condition

1/2 Troy ounce gold coin Krugerrand 2024

1.248,00 Per piece 80,52 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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This 1/2 troy ounce gold Krugerrand comes from the year of 2024. The coin has a weight of 16.97 grams, of which 15.55 gram... This 1/2 troy ounce gold Krugerrand comes from the year of 2024. The coin has a weight of 16.97 grams, of which 15.55 grams (1/2 troy ounce) is pure gold. The coin originates from South Africa and is minted by The South African Mint.
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Specifications

South African Mint
Selling price
€ 1.248,00
Price per gram
€ 80,52
Net weight
1/2 troy ounce (15,5 gram)
Fineness
91,67%
Brutogewicht
16,91 gram
Condition
Brilliantly Uncirculated
Year of issue
2024
Mint
South African Mint

Information

Gold 1/2 troy ounce Krugerrand coin

We are currently supplying new gold Krugerrand coins from the year of 2024. This 1/2 troy ounce gold Krugerrand has a gold content of 91.667% and contains exactly half a troy ounce (15.55 grams) of pure gold. 
 
Gold Krugerrand coins have been issued for decades and are considered the oldest gold investment coins worldwide. The design of this coin is based on two iconic images from South Africa. For instance, the springbok can be found on the obverse of the coin and Paul Kruger – the former president of South Africa, can be found on the reverse. 
 
Unlike the other famous gold investment coins, the nominal value of the Krugerrand is expressed in the quantity of pure gold. As a result, no nominal value is expressed on the gold Krugerrand. In contrast, there is the guarantee that the South African Reserve Bank (SARB) will buy back the gold Krugerrand coin at any desired time at the current gold price. 

Design 1/2 troy ounce gold Krugerrand

1/2 Troy ounce gold coin Krugerrand 2024 front


Obverse

On the obverse of the half troy ounce gold Krugerrand, the national animal of South Africa is depicted: the springbok. Above the springbok, the name of the coin KRUGERRAND can be found. The year of the coin can be seen to the left and right of the springbok. At the bottom, FYNGOUD ½ OZ FINE GOLD can be read, which means 1/2 troy ounce pure gold.

1/2 Troy ounce gold coin Krugerrand 2024 back


Reverse

On the reverse of the half troy ounce gold Krugerrand coin, we see the former president of the Republic of South Africa, Paul Kruger, depicted. Paul Kruger was president from 1883 to 1900. In addition, the country of origin can also be read on the reverse of the coin. This is indicated in both English SOUTH AFRICA and Afrikaans SUID-AFRIKA. 

Unique composition of precious metals

The gold Krugerrand contains a unique composition of precious metals. The coin consists of 91.667% gold and 8.33% copper. This gives the coin a reddish-orange tint and makes it easy to recognize. Thanks to this unique combination, the coin is less prone to wear and tear. This makes the gold Krugerrand a robust coin. Due to the added copper, the coin is slightly heavier than the other known 1/2 troy ounce investment coins. Despite the combination with copper, the 1/2 troy ounce gold Krugerrand contains exactly half a troy ounce (15.55 grams) of pure gold.


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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.