World mint coins mirror American Eagle gold options
Government mint issue gold bullion coins are typically struck in four denominations that mirror each denomination of American Eagle Gold coin - One-ounce, half-ounce, quarter-ounce, and tenth-ounce. Some will offer additional issues, such as a twentieth-ounce coin. The Australian and Canadian mints have become quite prolific in recent years, with many unique and beautiful designs, often with imposed production limits that help boost collector value in secondary markets.
A few of the most popular gold bullion coins include:
Gold Australian Kangaroo
One of the world's favorite bullion coins.
Canadian Maple Leaf Gold
Timeless design - one of the world's most iconic bullion coins.
Austrian Philharmonic Gold
Classic symphony orchestra design gives the Philharmonic deep and enduring appeal, year in and year out.
Chinese Gold Panda
Prized by many for their ever-changing design, portraying one of nature’s most endearing animals
Falcon of Plantagenets
Great Britain has attracted strong collector interest with its new Queen's Beasts series of coins. Ten designs reflect the ten beasts represented in English heraldry.
2019 “Majestic” Moose
A celebration of the great Canadian moose made with the highest standard of pure gold on the planet
Queen's Beasts Gold Offers Collector Appeal Through 2020 and Beyond
Great Britain's Royal Mint has introduced a series of gold coins celebrating the ten heraldic beasts, carved into stone, that stood guard over the coronation of Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth. First released in 2016, the coins will be released over time, through 2020. Their stunning artistry and limited availability offer a bullion-type investment holding with real potential for enhanced collector values over time. Call about availability and pricing on these exciting issues.