Buy 2018 1oz Gold Krugerrand
Add the latest edition of the world's first gold bullion coin to your portfolio today with StoneX Bullion.com. The 2018 1oz Gold Krugerrand is an excellent choice for investors; the internationally-acclaimed South African coin celebrated its 50th anniversary in 2017 and demand for the 2018 1oz issue is sure to be just as high.
The South African 1oz Gold Krugerrand
The Krugerrand was introduced in 1967 as a way of increasing interest in South African gold. It was the first truly accessible investment coin and an instant hit. In fact, the 1oz Gold Krugerrand was so successful that, by 1980, it accounted for 90% of bullion coin sales.
Each coin contains 31.1035 grams of 916.7 (22-carat) pure gold and takes its red hue from the inclusion of copper during the minting process. The 2018 1oz Gold Krugerrand is valued for its quality and impeccable pedigree as well as for its iconic design features. The overall design of these sought-after coins has remained unchanged over the years. The reverse shows the springbok, an antelope that is widely regarded as a symbol of the Republic of South Africa. Its obverse carries an image of Paul Kruger, the first President of South Africa and the man who the coin was named for.
Why choose the 2018 1oz Gold Krugerrand?
Krugerrands are known as one of the most stable options for investors and these new 2018 1oz coins are a smart way to add fine gold to your pension plan or portfolio. They're also popular with collectors thanks to their classic design and overall beauty.
- 1oz of 916.7 (22-carat) gold
- Product of the prestigious Rand Refinery, South Africa
- Reverse shows the beautifully detailed image of a springbok antelope by Coert Steynberg
- Obverse carries the well-known portrait of Paul Kruger, former President of South Africa, by Otto Schultz
- A bestseller for over 50 years
Order your 2018 1oz Gold Krugerrand coins today with StoneX Bullion. We also carry a wide selection of gold Krugerrands from various years, allowing you to easily fill any gaps in your collection. The world's first investment coin is supplied singly in plastic sachets or in tubes of ten.