30 years after being first minted, the 2016 Gold American Eagle is the most popular gold bullion coin on the market. This 1 oz Gold American Eagle inspired by the 1907 $20 Gold Double Eagle is backed by the US Mint and minted at West Point. Although technically counting as legal tender, the Gold American Eagle is used as gold bullion for investing in the precious metal market.
Gold Buffalos were originally produced by the United States Mint in 2006. The face and name of the Gold coin was inspired by the infamous Indian Head and Buffalo Nickel. Today Gold American Buffalos are minted right alongside the Gold American Eagles at the West Point Mint.
South African Gold Krugerrand coins are Iconic in the world of gold bullion. Krugerrands name was inspired by the first South African President, Paul Kruger, in combination with the currency of South African, the rand. The Gold Krugerrand claim to fame is that it was the first gold bullion coin to market for private investment in 1967.
The 2016 Austrian 1 oz Gold Philharmonic has a face value of €100 but is composed of 1 oz of .9999 pure gold. The Gold Philharmonic is a choice coin for gold bullion investors around the world. The 2016 Philharmonic is the 27th version of the coin and features a design of the Vienna Philharmonic Orchestra.
The Royal Canadian Mint has issued Gold Maple Leaf coins since 1979. The gold maple design features a profile of Queen Elizabeth II of Canada and a Canadian maple leaf. This gold bullion coin is backed by the Canadian government with a face value of 50 Canadian Dollars.