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Canadian Coins are some of the most popular in the world. Canadian coins are minted by the Royal Canadian Mint. The Royal Canadian Mint produces excellent coins, in terms of both designs and metal purity. The most well-known Canadian coin is the Silver Maple Leaf, which is made of .9999 fine silver. The Canadian Gold Maple Leaf is also popular, which is made of 24 karat gold. However, there is always a wide variety of new Canadian collector coins available each year.
South African Coins
South African Coins are primarily of interest to bullion buyers. The South African Gold Krugerrand was one of the first gold bullion coins on the market and it was very popular in the United States before the American Gold Eagle was available. The Krugerrand is still one of the world’s most well-known bullion coins and an excellent choice for anyone stacking gold.
Great Britain Coins
Coins from Great Britain are another modern favorite. The British Royal Mint is one of the oldest in the world and today they produce a number of impressive coins. While the Silver Britannia was originally created as a silver bullion coin, its low mintage figures and changing design have made it a favorite among collectors. The British Royal Mint also produces fine gold coins in addition to silver and many of their coins are available in multiple sizes. Since some of their coins are made in various sizes, more affordable options are often offered.
Australian Coins are always a hit with collectors. Australia’s Perth Mint produces a number of fine bullion products, but some of their coins are truly unique. Australian coins have great designs and may have other features such as color, gemstones, or ultra high-relief. All of these features and limited mintages make Australian coins an excellent choice to add to any collection. Australia is also well-known for its extremely popular series of Lunar designs, offering Australian Silver Lunar Coins and Australian Gold Lunar Coins. This series is very collectible and the designs each year follow the Chinese Zodiac.
Chinese Coins have become extremely popular. The most widely collected Chinese coin is the Silver Panda and the Gold Panda. The Silver Panda is very collectible when it has been graded, and the ungraded coins are a great silver bullion option.
The Austrian Mint is actually one of the oldest in the world and its history can be traced back for hundreds of years. Today they make some of the world’s most popular coins, such as the Philharmonic bullion coin and the silver Maria Theresa Thaler.
Mexican Coins can have collectible value, but they make quality bullion coins as well. The Mexican bullion coin is the Mexican Gold Libertad. A number of both gold and silver coins come from Mexico. Some of the older Mexican gold coins that were made for circulation are very affordable and a great way to start buying gold. Graded Libertads are a great option if you’re looking for something to add to your collection.
Other World Coins
Other World Coins come from smaller countries that aren’t as well known, such as Niue, Tuvalu, and Tokelau. These countries may be newer to the coin market than others, but their coins are usually produced by larger Mints with an established reputation. For example, a number of coins from these countries are actually produced by Australia’s legendary Perth Mint.
Vintage World Coins
Vintage world coins have something that's a great fit for any collection or stack. Whether you want a vintage world coin that's affordable, has a high value, or is a great bullion buy, there's a vintage world coin for you. Our inventory is always changing, so get these vintage coins while you can.
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