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Examples of investment currencies

Investment currency or bullion

It is a valuable piece of metal that is destined to serve as an investment object worldwide. With respect to this metal, the most important thing about it is, both its purity and its weight , even more important than the numismatic value that it may have thanks to the design it presents. That is why in this type of coin both its weight and the purity of the metal are reflected in it.

The weight of this type of coin is reflected in a troy ounce, that is , one ounce is the equivalent of 31.10 grams . In this sense, we can find coins from 1/50 ounces to 10 ounces or even more. It is important to note that the decimal metric l is also used for versions that weigh 1 kilo or more.

This type of coin is generally minted by prestigious securities houses , thus being a guarantee of the authenticity of the metal and the coin itself and giving their investors a vote of confidence. In some cases this investment currency is backed by the State.

Investment currency examples

  1. Kookaburra . It is perhaps the most famous silver investment coin in the world. The Kookaburra is an Australian bird that has given its name to this coin, since this bird appears on one of its faces. It has been coined for many years.
  2. Maple Leaf . This Canadian coin is also very well known, and is sold in both gold and silver, in the 1 oz size. It is one of the best to invest since it is known all over the world.
  3. Philharmonics . 1 oz Austrian silver coin, which is the most suitable to invest, since it is the one that costs the least in relation to the silver it carries.
  4. Freedoms . With this name, a series of Mexican coins is known, which are issued in both gold and silver and in various sizes.
  5. Gold Sovereign: It is a gold coin that is issued by the United Kingdom. Its face value is the equivalent of one pound sterling or 20 shillings.
  6. 20 Gold Francs: also known as Napoleon, it is considered a symbol of the strength of the French monetary unit in the 19th century. This type of coin has a value greater than the weight it has in gold and are determined in the numismatic market.
  7. Gold Vreneli: it  is a Swiss coin. It is very famous and well known among the investment community. There are currently 10, 20 and 100 Vreneli francs of gold.
  8. Austrian / Hungarian Krone – This is a currency introduced by the People’s Republic of China. This coin can be found in different sizes and denominations between 1/20 troy ounce and 1 troy ounce on average. You can get a higher denomination.
  9. Duchy of gold: it is an ancient gold coin that had been minted in various countries in Europe and during various periods. Its weight is on average 3.5 grams of gold and its purity level is 0.986. They are coins of great value and are still in trade today and show an original design by Emperor Franz Joseph I.
  10. Gold Kroner: It was created to replace the Gold Gulden. It is part of a series of coins minted by the Austrian mint. All gold crowns are alloys of gold and copper.

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