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World Gold & Silver Coins

View: .9999 1/10 Ounce Gold Canadian Maple Leaf

.9999 1/10 Ounce Gold Canadian Maple Lea...

View: .9999 1/4 Ounce Gold Canadian Maple Leaf

.9999 1/4 Ounce Gold Canadian Maple Leaf

View: .9999 1/2 Ounce Gold Canadian Maple Leaf

.9999 1/2 Ounce Gold Canadian Maple Leaf

View: .9999 1 Ounce Gold Canadian Maple Leaf

.9999 1 Ounce Gold Canadian Maple Leaf

View: 2012 .9999 Silver Canadian Maple Leaf - Troy Ounce

2012 .9999 Silver Canadian Maple Leaf - ...

View: 2013 Canadian Maple Leaf - Troy Ounce .9999 Silver

2013 Canadian Maple Leaf - Troy Ounce .9...

View: 2014 Canadian Maple Leaf - Troy Ounce .9999 Silver

2014 Canadian Maple Leaf - Troy Ounce .9...

View: International Gold Coins

International Gold Coins

View: Mexicos Last Silver Coin - The 1957 -1967 Un Peso

Mexicos Last Silver Coin - The 1957 -196...

The Great American Coin Company offers one of the best selections of world coins in both gold and silver including the South African Krugerrand, Canadian Maple Leaf and British Gold Sovereign coin.

South African Krugerrand

The South African Krugerrand is one of the most well-known and traded gold coins in the world. Modern South African Krugerrand gold coins typically come in four different sizes: one troy ounce, .5 ounce, .25 ounce, and .1 ounce. The original one ounce size continues to be the most popular.

Canadian Maple Leaf

The Canadian Maple Leaf is the official bullion coin of Canada. In 1988, the Royal Canadian Mint first introduced the Canadian Silver Maple Leaf. As the first pure gold bullion coin of Canada, the Canadian Gold Maple Leaf was originally created to benefit the credit and financial crisis, which began in 2008. Both coins feature a maple leaf and Queen Elizabeth II.

British Gold Sovereign

The British Gold Sovereign made it’s way into the coin world during the height of the British Empire. First introduced in 1816, the British Gold Sovereign is currently one of the world’s most distributed gold coins.

Swiss Franc

The Swiss Franc gold coin is considered a classic world coin. Switzerland has been neutral since its creation by the Congress of Vienna in 1815. The Swiss Franc is a symbol of stability and fiscal strength, due to its practice of backing its currency with large quantities of gold.