Bullion

Silver Rose Crown Guinea

Official legal tender of Saint Helena, the reverse of the Silver Rose Crown Guinea features the Rose Crown Shield, the coin’s weight and bears the quality mint mark of the East India Company. The obverse bears the effigy of Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth II by internationally renowned sculptor Raphael Maklouf, the issuing country St. Helena, the denomination £1.25, and the year date 2018. Both the obverse and reverse feature a distinct East India Company traditional pattern in the fields.

Gold Rose Crown Guinea

Official legal tender of Saint Helena, the reverse of the Gold Rose Crown Guinea features the Rose Crown Shield, the coin’s weight and bears the quality mint mark of the East India Company. The obverse bears the effigy of Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth II by internationally renowned sculptor Raphael Maklouf, the issuing country St. Helena, the denomination £25, and the year date 2018. Both the obverse and reverse feature a distinct East India Company traditional pattern in the fields.

Gold Twin Maples

Following in the footsteps of the internationally acclaimed Canadian Gold Maple Leaf coin, the Royal Canadian Mint (RCM) commissioned in 2017 its next coin to commemorate the nation’s maples: the 1/4 oz Pure Gold Twin Maples coin.

Silver Polar Bear and Cub

In the vast Canadian Arctic, Ursus maritimus is king. Like its homeland, it is massive – males can weigh up to 800 kilograms and females about 400 kilograms. Although Polar Bears inhabit Arctic coasts around the world, Canada hosts the largest population on earth: about 15,000 of the global total of approximately 25,000.

Gold Polar Bear and Cub

In the vast Canadian Arctic, Ursus
maritimus is king. Like its homeland, it is massive – males can weigh up to 800 kilograms and females about 400 kilograms. Although Polar Bears inhabit Arctic coasts around the world, Canada hosts the largest population on earth: about 15,000 of the global total of approximately 25,000.

Valcambi CombiBars

Valcambi CombiBars are ideal for those seeking gold that can be broken down into small increments. Thanks to the bar's perforated edges, each one can be split into very small amounts, potentially for use in trade or as a gift.