Mexico – Silver coin BU 1 oz, Libertad, 2013

The country of Mexico released the first one ounce Silver Bullion Coin named Mexican Silver Libertad in the year of 1949. Though the production of this coin was discontinued for a long duration, its fabrication resumed since 1978. This widely admired bullion coin alters its form and pattern every year to attract the collectors.

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Great Britain – Britannia Gold Coin 1 oz, 2013

While gold Britannia has always offered beauty and reliability it now also gives you 0.9999 purity. The legendary figure of Britannia has symbolised Britain’s strength and integrity on coinage since Roman times. The gold Britannia with such a depth of history behind it, has been a popular choice with bullion investors ever since its introduction in 1987.

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Austria – 100 Euro, Vienna Philharmonic gold 1 oz, BU 2013

The Austrian Philharmonic Gold Coins are struck in 1-ounce of 99.99% pure, 24-karat gold. No alloy metals have been added. Each Philharmonic gold coin is guaranteed as to weight and gold purity by the Austrian government. Each 1-ounce coin contains a full troy ounce of gold.

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United States – Gold coin BU 1 oz, American Eagle, 2013

American Eagle gold coins were first issued in 1986 by the U.S. Mint and quickly became one of the leading gold bullion coin investments. Minted in 22 Karat Solid Gold, American Eagles use the durable gold standard established for gold coins circulating over 350 years ago.

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Canada – Silver coin BU 1 oz, Antelope, 2013

The 2013 Silver North American Pronghorn Antelope is the focus of the fifth 1 oz bullion coin issued in the Royal Canadian Mint’s Wildlife Series. The design depicts a pronghorn Antelope walking across a grassy vista. Each Wildlife Series coin is limited to a mintage of 1 million coins, which adds to their appeal and collectibility.

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