Since their inception in 1980, fractional Krugerrands have been a popular choice among investors who want to add smaller amounts of gold to their portfolios. They are named after Paul Kruger, the former President of the South African Republic, and feature his portrait on one side, while the reverse side depicts a springbok, a symbol of South Africa. Krugerrands are one of the most widely traded gold coins in the world and are recognized as legal tender in South Africa.
South Africa 1/10 oz Gold Krugerrand (Year Varies)
- Coin Highlights:
- Contains 1/10 oz Gold.
- Obverse: Classically portrays the likeness of Paul Kruger, South Africa’s first and only president, along with “South Africa” in Afrikaans and English.
- Reverse: Along with the year of minting and Gold weight, the image of the national animal of South Africa, a Springbok antelope.
- Minted by Rand Refinery.
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