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Endeavor Metals Group offers a multitude of gold coins, especially the most popular, American Gold Eagle. For the 2021 American Gold Eagle, designer Jennie Norris changed the reverse design and it’s been globally appreciated, so they brought it back for a second year! But really, for any year, American Gold Eagles are incredibly loved and a must have for beginning investors and collectors. Another great American gold coin is the American Gold Buffalo coin and is a significant piece of precious metals history as it was the first minted pure 24-karat gold coin available for the public by the United States. First introduced on June 22, 2006, it depicts James Earle Fraser’s American Indian design that was first seen on the 1913 Buffalo Nickel on the obverse and for the reverse, Black Diamond, whom was a buffalo that lived in the Central Park Zoo in the early 20th century. Lastly, it’s important to know that by the U.S. Mint’s standards and by law, all gold used in gold American coins are mined solely in the United States.

Do a trip around the world and collect your very own gold coin passport! Introduced in1982, the China Gold Panda changes the design slightly every year but will always feature a panda on the reverse and for the obverse, the Temple of Heaven that is encircled by the symbols that depict “People’s Republic of China”. From our cousins across the seas, The Royal Mint began producing the Gold Britannia in 1987 which features the legendary figure of Britannia holding a trident and shield on the reverse. Interestingly, coins produced prior to 2013 contain.9167 fine gold while coins issued 2013 and after contain .9999 fine gold. Debuted in 1979, the Canadian Gold Maple Leaf is the second oldest gold coin in the precious metals market and one of the purest official bullion coin known worldwide, with sometimes .99999 fineness. While globally known as the Australian Gold Kangaroo, what many don’t know is that it was originally named the Australian Gold Nugget, which also originally had gold nuggets before the gold kangaroos. One incredibly well-known and oldest gold coin, the South African Gold Krugerrand has over 46 million ounces in circulation and has Paul Kruger, the last South African president, on the obverse side. On the other hand, while not very well known, the Austrian Gold Philharmonic coin is extraordinarily beautiful as it doesn’t depict a person, animal or place but multiple musical instruments on the reverse, and the famous pope organ from the Goldener Saal of the Viennese Musikverein on the obverse. Ultimately, whichever gold coin that is chosen, it will be a staple in an investor’s portfolio.

Endeavor Metals Group offers a multitude of gold coins, especially the most popular, American Gold Eagle. For the 2021 American Gold Eagle, designer Jennie Norris changed the reverse design and it’s been globally appreciated, so they brought it back for a second year! But really, for any year, American Gold Eagles are incredibly loved and a must have for beginning investors and collectors. Another great American gold coin is the American Gold Buffalo coin and is a significant piece of precious metals history as it was the first minted pure 24-karat gold coin available for the public by the United States. First introduced on June 22, 2006, it depicts James Earle Fraser’s American Indian design that was first seen on the 1913 Buffalo Nickel on the obverse and for the reverse, Black Diamond, whom was a buffalo that lived in the Central Park Zoo in the early 20th century. Lastly, it’s important to know that by the U.S. Mint’s standards and by law, all gold used in gold American coins are mined solely in the United States.

Do a trip around the world and collect your very own gold coin passport! Introduced in1982, the China Gold Panda changes the design slightly every year but will always feature a panda on the reverse and for the obverse, the Temple of Heaven that is encircled by the symbols that depict “People’s Republic of China”. From our cousins across the seas, The Royal Mint began producing the Gold Britannia in 1987 which features the legendary figure of Britannia holding a trident and shield on the reverse. Interestingly, coins produced prior to 2013 contain.9167 fine gold while coins issued 2013 and after contain .9999 fine gold. Debuted in 1979, the Canadian Gold Maple Leaf is the second oldest gold coin in the precious metals market and one of the purest official bullion coin known worldwide, with sometimes .99999 fineness. While globally known as the Australian Gold Kangaroo, what many don’t know is that it was originally named the Australian Gold Nugget, which also originally had gold nuggets before the gold kangaroos. One incredibly well-known and oldest gold coin, the South African Gold Krugerrand has over 46 million ounces in circulation and has Paul Kruger, the last South African president, on the obverse side. On the other hand, while not very well known, the Austrian Gold Philharmonic coin is extraordinarily beautiful as it doesn’t depict a person, animal or place but multiple musical instruments on the reverse, and the famous pope organ from the Goldener Saal of the Viennese Musikverein on the obverse. Ultimately, whichever gold coin that is chosen, it will be a staple in an investor’s portfolio.

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