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The Krugerrand was the world’s first modern gold bullion coin, first minted in 1967. Its long history and tradition have contributed to its global recognition and popularity among collectors and investors.
Krugerrands are widely recognised and traded in the global precious metals market. They are considered legal tender in South Africa which adds to their credibility and ease of sale.
While the one-Ounce Krugerrand is the most popular, there are also fractional Krugerrands available in smaller denominations, which can be appealing for those with varying investment budgets. Krugerrands are available in one ounce, half ounce, quarter of an ounce, and tenth of an ounce denominations.
A Silver one Ounce Krugerrand was introduced in 2017 to commemorate the 50th Anniversary of the Gold Krugerrand.
Krugerrands are often sold with a relatively low premium over the spot price of gold. This can be appealing to investors primarily interested in the intrinsic value of the gold.
The Krugerrand, a world-renowned gold coin, has a fascinating history. It was first minted in 1967 by the South African Mint as a means to promote the country’s gold production and stimulate the global market.
What made the Krugerrand unique was its gold content. Unlike other national gold coins, it contained precisely one troy ounce of pure gold, making it easy for investors to assess its value. During the late 20th century, the Krugerrand gained immense popularity among investors seeking a reliable source of value.
Despite the political hurdles, the Krugerrand played a significant role in opening up the gold market to private investors, and it remains a symbol of South Africa’s rich history and its connection to the global gold trade. In recent years, it has regained international acceptance, cementing its status as an iconic investment coin.