Coins & Bullion

South African Gold Krugerrand

Embark on a journey of discovery with the South African Krugerrand, one of the most renowned gold coins in the world. First introduced in 1967, the Krugerrand was the original bullion coin, created to market South African gold. It is named after Paul Kruger, a four-term president of the former South African Republic, and the Rand, the South African currency. The Krugerrand is a symbol of enduring value and pioneering spirit, offering a unique blend of history and investment appeal. 


A Favorite in Gold Collecting

The Gold Krugerrand epitomizes a groundbreaking shift in gold ownership, melding a rich heritage with unprecedented accessibility in the investment world. As the harbinger of modern gold investing, it has opened doors, allowing a diverse range of investors to partake in the gold market. This coin's unique lineage and its role in democratizing gold investment render it not just a mere asset but a catalyst in financial history.

  • Contains 1 oz of Gold:

    This coin is struck with one troy ounce of gold, offering a substantial addition to any collection or investment portfolio.

  • 22k gold:

    The Krugerrand is renowned for its high gold purity, made from an alloy that combines 91.67% gold and 8.33% copper, giving it a distinctive color and added durability.

  • Coins will be in protective packaging:

    To ensure the pristine condition upon arrival, each Krugerrand is securely encased in protective packaging, safeguarding its aesthetic and historic value.

  • Obverse:

    The front side of the coin depicts the robust profile of Paul Kruger, South Africa’s first president, flanked by the words “South Africa” in both Afrikaans and English, reflecting the nation's linguistic diversity.

  • Reverse:

    On the reverse, it proudly displays the Springbok antelope, a national emblem, gracefully leaping against a backdrop of open fields. Accompanying this are the year of minting and the gold weight, certifying its authenticity and value.

  • Available in Multiple Weights:

    Full, half, quarter, and tenth-ounce denominations cater to various investment scales.