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  • BULLION

    GOLD BULLION

    AMERICAN GOLD EAGLE

    TO PURCHASE CALL 1-866-439-6201

    FRONT BACK

    First introduced in 1986, the American Eagle gold coin is a leading gold bullion coin choice among

    investors across the world.

    Design of the American Eagle Gold Coin

    After careful consideration, the United States Mint decided to copy the design of the $20 Saint-

    Gaudens gold coin for the obverse (front) of its new American Eagle. The date, situated to the

    viewer's right of Miss Liberty, appears in Roman Numerals in the years from 1986-91 it has

    appeared in Arabic Numerals ever since.

    The design on the reverse (back) by Miley Busiek captures a bald eagle swooping into a nest

    holding its family.

    American Eagle Gold Coin Minting Information

    American Eagle gold coins are minted exclusively from gold mined in the United States. The coins

    combine 24-karat gold with small amounts of alloy to ensure a minimum of scratching and marring;

    the result is a 22-karat gold coin. Each one-ounce American Eagle contains one full ounce of pure

    gold.

    U.S. Government Guarantee

    American Eagles maintain a unique advantage over most other gold bullion coins - the United States

    government guarantees their gold content, weight and purity. For this reason, American Eagle gold

    coins can easily be bought and sold almost anywhere in the world, making these coins among the

    most commonly traded gold bullion coins on the market.

  • American Eagle Gold Coin

    Coin Designer: Augustus Saint-Gaudens (obverse), Miley Busiek (reverse)

    COIN

    SIZE

    FACE

    VALUE COMPOSITION

    GOLD

    CONTENT

    GROSS

    WEIGHT DIAMETER

    COIN

    THICKNESS

    COIN

    EDGE

    1-oz. $50

    22-Karat (91.67%

    gold, 3% silver,

    5.33% copper)

    1 oz.

    31.1035g

    1.0909 oz.

    33.930g

    1.287 in.

    32.70mm

    0.113 in.

    2.87mm Reeded

    1/2-oz. $25

    22-Karat (91.67%

    gold, 3% silver,

    5.33% copper)

    0.5000 oz.

    15.5517g

    0.5454 oz.

    16.965g

    1.063 in.

    27.00mm

    0.085 in.

    2.15mm Reeded

    1/4-oz. $10

    22-Karat (91.67%

    gold, 3% silver,

    5.33% copper)

    0.2500 oz.

    7.7759g

    0.2727 oz.

    8.483g

    0.866 in.

    22.00mm

    0.070 in.

    1.78mm Reeded

    1/10-oz. $5

    22-Karat (91.67%

    gold, 3% silver,

    5.33% copper)

    0.1000 oz.

    3.1103g

    0.1091 oz.

    3.393g

    0.650 in.

    16.50mm

    0.049 in.

    1.26mm Reeded

    Dates: 1986-present

    Mint: US Mint Branches: Philadelphia, West Point*

    * Only a limited number of accidental 1/10-oz. and 1/4-oz. uncirculated coins were produced at West

    Point in 1999. All other West Point Gold Eagles are proofs.

    † Please note that product images are for representative purposes only and do not reflect actual

    size.

    Australian Nugget

    TO PURCHASE CALL 1-866-439-6201

    FRONT BACK

  • First produced in 1986, the Australian gold Nugget / Kangaroo coin is one of the most popular coins

    created by the Perth Mint in Western Australia. The gold Australian Nugget / Kangaroo is minted in

    eight different sizes ranging from 1/20th of an ounce all the way up to 1-kilogram.

    Design of the Australian Nugget (Kangaroo)

    The obverse (front) of the coin features a profile of Queen Elizabeth II, as designed by Ian Rank

    Broadley. The profile is circled by her name, the denomination of the coin, and the word

    "AUSTRALIA".

    The design on the coin's reverse (back) originally depicted natural Australian gold nuggets (example

    right), with different designs for various sizes. The design changed in 1989 to feature the most

    recognizable animal in Australia, the kangaroo (example above). For this reason, the coin is referred

    to both as an Australian "Nugget" and "Kangaroo."

    The Australian gold Nugget / Kangaroo is currently the only legal tender gold bullion coin to change

    its design each year and limit its mintage annually. Each coin receives a new design every year.

    New designs are introduced each year for proof coins and these designs are then used for striking

    the bullion coins the following year.

    PROOF BULLION DESIGN

    2005* -- 20th Anniversary Welcome Stranger Nugget w/ prospectors

    and colored landscape

    2004 2005 Kangaroo – in front of grass tree

    2003 -- 2 Hopping Kangaroos

    2002 2003 Drinking Kangaroos

    2001 2002 2 Kangaroos & Australia

    2000 2001 Kangaroo – in grass

    1999 2000 2 Hopping Kangaroos

    1998 1999 Kangaroo – looking sideways

    1997 1998 2 Kangaroos

    1996 1997 Landing Kangaroo – 10th Anniversary

    1995 1996 Kangaroo & Joey

    1994 1995 Red Kangaroo - looking

  • 1993 1994 Whiptail Wallaby

    1992 1993 Nail-tailed Wallaby

    1991 1992 Common Wallaby (2-oz.+ Red Kangaroo)

    1990 1991 Grey Kangaroo

    1989 1990 Red Kangaroo - jumping

    1988 -- Pride of Australia (nugget)

    1987 -- Poseidon (nugget)

    1986 1987-89 Welcome Stranger (largest gold nugget ever found)

    Australian Nugget Coin Minting Information

    Each coin, from the tiny 1/20th-ounce to the massive 1-kilogram, is currently composed of 99.99%

    pure gold. Australian Nugget / Kangaroo coins enjoy legal tender status courtesy of the Australian

    Currency Act 1965. The production of the Australian Gold Nugget/ Kangaroo has proven very

    beneficial to the nation's mining industry and the coins continue to be favorites among investors.

    Proof Gold Australian Nugget Coin

    Coin Designer: Ian Rank Broadley (obverse), Reverse changes yearly

    COIN SIZE FACE

    VALUE PURITY

    GROSS

    WEIGHT

    GOLD

    CONTENT DIAMETER

    COIN

    THICKNESS

    1-kg $3000 (Aus)* 99.9% 1000.100g 32.149 oz. 74.50mm 13.90mm

    10-oz. $1000 (Aus)* 99.9% 311.067g 9.9906 oz. 59.70mm 7.90mm

    2-oz. $200 (Aus)* 99.9% 62.214g 1.9981 oz. 40.40mm 4.00mm

    1-oz. 100 (Aus)* 99.9% 31.1035g 0.999 oz. 32.10mm 2.65mm

    1/2-oz. $50 (Aus)* 99.9% 15.5017g 0.4979 oz. 25.10mm 2.20mm

    1/4-oz. $25 (Aus)* 99.9% 7.7508g 0.2489 oz. 20.10mm 1.80mm

    1/10-oz. $15 (Aus)* 99.9% 3.1103g 0.0999 oz. 16.10mm 1.40mm

  • 1/20-oz. $5 (Aus)* 99.9% 1.5710g 1.0505 oz. 14.10mm 1.30mm

    Dates: 1989 - 2000 (1-oz., 1/2-oz., 1/4-oz., 1/10-oz., 1/20-oz.); 1992 - 1997 (2-oz.); 1992 - 1999 (10-

    oz.);

    1992 - 2000 (1-kg)

    Mint: Perth

    * In 1991, the 2-oz., 10-oz. and 1-kg nugget had face values of $500, $2,500 and $10,000

    respectively.

    † Please note that product images are for representative purposes only and do not reflect actual

    size.

    Austrian Gold Philharmonic

    TO PURCHASE CALL 1-866-439-6201

    FRONT BACK

    The Austrian Mint first began producing the Vienna Philharmonic in 1989. This coin was the best

    selling gold bullion coin in the world in 1992, 1995, and 1996 according to the World Gold Council.

    Design of the Austrian Gold Philharmonic

    The obverse (front) depicts a collection of orchestral instruments: a cello, four violins, a Vienna horn,

    bassoon, and harp. These instruments are arranged beneath the German name of the orchestra:

    'WIENER PHILHARMONIKER'.

    The reverse (back) features the great organ in the Vienna's Golden Concert Hall (Musikverein),

    which houses the Philharmonic Orchestra. Beneath the organ are the weight, fineness, date of

    issue, and face value in Euros*. Above the organ is the official name of the country, 'REPUBLIK

    'STERREICH'.

    Austrian Gold Philharmonic Coin Minting Information

    Minted in 1-oz., 1/2-oz., 1/4-oz., and 1/10-oz. sizes, all Vienna Philharmonics are minted from

    99.99% pure gold. No alloyed metals are added. All coins are minted at the Austrian Mint AG, now a

    subsidiary of the Austrian National Bank.

  • Austrian Government Guarantee

    The Austrian Mint guarantees the Philharmonic's weight and purity and backs its monetary face

    value, which was the highest of any gold bullion coin when it was denominated in Schilling, prior to

    the creation and acceptance of the Euro.

    Austrian Gold Philharmonic Coin

    COIN

    SIZE

    FACE

    VALUE

    *

    COMPOSITION GROSS

    WEIGHT

    GOLD

    CONTENT DIAMETER

    COIN

    THICKNESS

    1-oz. 100 Euro 99.99% 31.1035g 0.9999 oz. 37.0mm 2.0mm

    1/2 oz. 50 Euro 99.99% 15.55g 0.4999 oz. 28.00mm 1.6mm

    1/4 oz. 25 Euro 99.99% 7.776g 0.25 oz. 22.00mm 1.2mm

    1/10 oz. 10 Euro 99.99% 3.11g 0.10 oz. 16.00mm 1.2mm

    Dates: 1989-present

    Mint: Austrian Mint AG

    * Prior to 2002, Philharmonics carried face values denominated in Schilling: 2000 Schilling (1-oz.),

    1000 Schilling (1/2-oz.), 500 Schilling (1/4-oz), and 200 Schilling (1/10-oz.)

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