Gold Coins of the WorlD: 

A Guide to Gold Coins

Is it a Gold Coin? What is my Gold Coin Worth?

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50$ Gold Eagle

Gold Bullion Coin of the United States of America
Minted from 1986 to present
Gold composition: 22K (karat) gold: 91.67% gold, 3% silver, 5.33% copper


Weight: 1 troy oz.
Special note: Though the $50 Gold Eagle has a $50 face value, the actual value of the gold within the coin is worth far more based on current gold bullion values.

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1 oz. Gold Krugerrand

Gold Bullion Coin of South Africa
Minted since 1967
Gold composition: 22K (karat) gold: 91.67%


Weight: 1 troy oz. (1.0909 actual troy oz.)
Special note: Unlike the $50 Gold Eagle minted in the United States, Krugerrands have no face value. Its value is the value of current market gold prices.

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Gold Centario

Gold Bullion Coin of Mexico
First minted in 1921
Face value of 50 pesos. Actual value of the gold contained in the coin is worth much more, based on current market gold bullion prices.
Commemorates Mexico's 100th anniversary independence from Spain.
Gold composition: 21.6K (karat) gold: 90% gold, 10% copper.
Weight: 37.5 grams = 1.20565 troy oz.
Special note: The date on the right of the coin indicates the date minted. However, coins minted between 1949 and 1972 are usually marked as 1947.

More gold coins on the way. If you have a special gold coin that you'd like Royal to spotlight, let us know. If you have gold bullion coins that you'd like to sell, bring them in to our Chicago Loop location at 428 S. Clark Street. Royal will buy any gold bullion coins of value and pay cash on the spot. Call 312-427-6542.

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