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1oz Krugerrand Gold Coin Best Value

Manufacturer: Rand Refinery

Rand Refinery

Weight (grams): 33.93

Pure Gold content (grams): 31.10348

Fineness: 916.7

Dimensions: 32.77mm Diameter x 2.84mm Thick

Stock: In Stock

QTY Net Per Unit VAT Per Unit Gross Per Unit
1+ €1,619 €0.00 €1,619
5+ €1,609 €0.00 €1,609
10+ €1,608 €0.00 €1,608
100+ €1,605 €0.00 €1,605

Krugerrand - Minted since 1967, The South African Krugerrand is the most popular and numerous one ounce bullion gold coin in the world and offers a great value way to invest in gold.

Krugerrands are 22 carat gold, but weigh more than a troy ounce and therefore contain exactly 1 troy ounce of fine (24 carat) gold.

This product is a 'Best Value' item therefore the coins sent will be our choice of date. Coins may be circulated and are therefore sold based on their bullion value.

Our bullion 1oz Krugerrand gold coins are checked for weight and quality before they are dispatched.

Click here for specific date coins. Alternatively, for brand new coins see new 2017 krugerrand.


The gold Krugerrand is a South African coin which was introduced in 1967 as a vehicle for private ownership of gold. It was the first one ounce gold bullion coin ever made. Since then the gold Krugerrand, which is produced by the South African Mint has proved popular and by the 1980’s accounted for 90% of the gold coin market. During the 1970’s and 80’s some countries forbade import of gold Krugerrands because of the association with the apartheid government, which has since been abolished.

The 1oz Krugerrand coin is today one of the most popular and cost effective ways of investing in gold bullion coins among UK investors. Their fame and popularity makes them an especially good investment as there will almost always be a market for the coin when the time comes to cash in on your investment. In 1980 the South African Mint also introduced three smaller coins with a half ounce, quarter ounce, and tenth ounce of gold. It was in fact the success of the gold Krugerrand which later influenced other gold producing nations to mint their own bullion coins such as the US Eagle.