GoldCore has begun the process of selling one of the largest, the purest and rarest gold coins in the world – the first ‘million dollar coin’ which at today’s market prices is valued at $5.36 million (USD), €4.85 million (EUR) and £3.8 million (GBP).
There are only five of these majestic bullion coins, weighing 100 kilos or 3,215 troy ounces each in existence today. They were first minted by The Royal Canadian Mint in 2007. One of these beautiful, ‘collector item’ and 99.999% pure gold coins has become available for sale and GoldCore have secured exclusive rights in the UK and Ireland for the sale of the rare coin.
The coins were minted by the world renowned Royal Canadian Mint, which operates world-class refineries, as well as minting Canadian bullion coin products including the popular Canadian Maple Leaf gold and silver bullion coins (0.9999 pure or 24 karat).
- Face Value: $1,000,000
- Composition: 99999 fine gold
- Weight (troy oz): 3,215
- Weight (kg): 100
- Coins in Existence Worldwide: 5
- Coins Currently for Sale Worldwide: 1
Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth II portrait on the obverse side is a work by celebrated Canadian portrait artist Susanna Blunt. The reverse features an elegant hand-polished maple leaf design by Royal Canadian Mint artist and engraver Stan Witten.
The 100 kg, 99.999% pure gold bullion coin with a $1 million legal tender face value was originally conceived as a unique showpiece. This incredible coin combines craftsmanship and artistry with the unprecedented technical achievement of 99.999% purity in gold bullion.
- Incredibly Rare Gold Coin
- Purest Gold in the World
- One of Largest Gold Coins in the World
- Own a Piece of History
There were only five made – all of which are in private hands. It is a collector’s item and commands a premium both for its gold bullion content but also for being incredibly rare.
Own a piece of history – the Royal Canadian Mint’s unique, pristine and beautiful ‘100 Kilo’ gold coin – one of the largest, the purest and rarest gold coins in the world.
Disclosure: The original article, written by Mark O’Byrne (GoldCore.com), was edited ([ ]) and abridged (…) by the editorial team at munKNEE.com (Your Key to Making Money!) to provide a fast and easy read.
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