Gold Bullion Coins

Ever popular among collectors and investors alike, gold bullion coins and bars are what you need to grow your gold collection quickly and efficiently.

Collectors of historically meaningful coins will appreciate the South African Krugerrand, the first national bullion coin in the world, while Canucks and their enthusiasts may prefer thematically appropriate coins such as the classic Canadian Maple Leaf Gold Coin, the Gold Canadian Polar Bear and Cub Coin, or the always impressive Gold Twin Maples Coin.

Apart from coins, which can be ordered in bulk tubes for those looking to amass precious metals fast, bars offer a convenient way to store and transport your collection.

Britannia Gold Coins
From its first minting in 1987, the British gold Britannia coin has become one of the most widely-recognized gold bullion coi...
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Gold Bars and Rounds
Gold bars and rounds represent some of the simplest forms of physical gold, as they are generally valued closer to the melt v...
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Gold Buffalo Coin
The first American coin of its kind, the Gold American Buffalo is a 24-karat bullion coin. Its significance can be attributed...
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Gold Gyrfalcon Coin
Own a little piece of what makes Canada so special with the Gold Twin Maples coin. This coin is an update on the Canadian Gol...
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Gold Krugerrand Coins
The first national bullion coin in the world, the South African Krugerrand coin was first issued in 1967 to demonstrate the q...
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2024 1/4 oz Canadian twin maple leaf gold coin, front and back
Gold Twin Maples Coin
Own a little piece of what makes Canada so special with the Gold Twin Maples coin. This coin is an update on the Canadian Gol...
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Valcambi CombiBars
Valcambi CombiBars are ideal for those seeking gold that can be broken down into small increments. Thanks to the bar’s perf...
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American Gold Eagle Bullion Coins
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Australian 1/4 oz Gold Florin Coin
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Gold Canadian Polar Bear and Cub Coin
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Gold Bullion Coins Frequently Asked Questions:

Should I buy gold coins or bars?

It's completely your preference, and based primarily on how you would like to store and transport your gold. Gold coins can be kept in tubes for bulk transport, although for large quantities gold bars may have the advantage. If you're looking to start with a smaller amount, choose from among our popular gold coins.

How much is a gold bullion coin worth?

The value of a particular coin is based on a few factors. First is the value of gold itself, which fluctuates constantly based on the market demand. Next is the premium, which generally varies from coin to coin and is related to the difficulty in obtaining, storing, and shipping the particular coin type. There’s also rarity and appeal, which can cause a coin to be priced higher – but generally only if you sell it to a collector rather than to a gold dealer.

Yes, thanks to President Ford, who removed the limitation on personal gold ownership in 1974, it’s perfectly legal to own gold coins in the U.S., whether they’re minted in America or overseas.