Why add this gold Brexit coin to your collection?
On June 23rd, 2016, Britain held a referendum to leave the European Union. This event has had, and will continue to have, many effects on global policies and economies. Less than 24 hours after the vote, gold spiked over $100, a 2-year high. To commemorate this significant moment in history, the Cook Island have authorized colorized Proof gold Brexit coins. Each coin is struck out of 1/10 oz. of .9999 fine (24 Karat) gold! As well, very special BGM (Big Gold Minting) technology was used when minting this coin, and its diameter was greatly increased to 26mm! This is almost double the size of other 1/10 oz. gold coins!
Design of the gold Brexit coin
The reverse features a map of the United Kingdom and the surrounding countries. The United Kingdom has been colorized with the United Kingdom's flag. The date of the Brexit vote has been inscribed along the edge of the coin, along with the word "BREXIT." The obverse features an effigy of Her Majesty, Queen Elizabeth II. Each coin carries a $20 denomination.
Secure your gold Brexit coin today
Our supplies are limited, and selling quickly. Don't hesitate and risk missing this once-in-a-lifetime event. We previously carried a commemorative silver Bretix coin, which sold out in hours! Place your order for the 2016 Colorized Proof Gold Brexit coin before it's gone!
|Year of Issue:||2016|
|Weight in Grams:||3.11 g|
|Weight in Ounces:||1/10 oz|
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