01 July 2019First introduced back in 1989 and minted by the Austrian Mint, the Austrian Philharmonic is named after the famous Vienna Philharmonic orchestra which provides the influence for the design seen on both sides of the coin.
28 May 2019Whether you’re a seasoned coin collector, or simply just starting out on your coin collecting journey, it’s very likely that you’ve heard of The American Eagle gold coin. These coins attract a great deal of attention from collectors and admirers from all over the world.
29 March 2019The Britannia is a British bullion coin, exclusively minted by the Royal Mint since 1987 in gold and 1997 in silver. Since its launch in 1987 as the first European investment coin, the Britannia has become a popular inclusion to investment portfolios and private collections alike.
29 March 2019Introduced in 1979, the Canadian Maple leaf is minted by the Royal Canadian Mint and features the famous maple leaf symbol, which is often synonymous with the national identity of Canada.
21 January 2019Nine years ago, in 2010, Degussa was just a name with a historical past; today it is one of the most prominent independent gold merchants in the world. It is a phenomenal success story.
25 November 2018Gold has always held close ties to religion, from the ancient religious cultures of antiquity through to the present day. Gold possesses a unique, universal appeal to major faiths all over the world.
24 October 2018Each year in October and November, Hindus in every corner of the world celebrate Diwali – the festival of lights; a tradition stretching back more than 2,500 years.
10 September 2018When Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth II was coronated in 1953, Westminster Abbey was protected by ten fantastical creatures: The Queen’s Beasts.
05 July 2018The South African Krugerrand was first minted in 1967, and just like its country of origin, it caused a stir around the globe for many years.
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