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As well as buying gold coins, we sell them too. We stock a wide variety of carats and collections, so you’re sure to find the one you’ve been searching for. Whether you’re a first-time buyer or an experienced trader, you can rest assured knowing that ATS will offer you only the best rates and the easiest process - we will always sell at the best price we can for bullion gold coins. With decades of experience in buying and selling, you’ll always receive a fair and honest price with ATS. We have the most established, professional bullion counter service in the UK.
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Krugerrand One Ounce Gold Coin - Mixed Dates

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The South African Krugerrand was first produced in 1967 by the South African Chamber of Mines. Over many decades this gold coin has become one of the most popular bullion coins chosen by investors. After its original productions and subsequent success, the Krugerrand galvanised many other gold mints to produce a bullion coin of equal standing. The Krugerrands are minted in 22 carat but contain one troy ounce of pure gold.

from £1,155.30

Qty Unit Price
1 £1,169.60
2 + £1,166.10
5 + £1,165.00
10 + £1,162.70
20 + £1,160.50
50 + £1,157.60
100 + £1,155.30

Best Price One Ounce Gold Coin Britannia 22ct (1987-2012) - CGT Free

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Britannia one ounce gold coins are issued by the Royal Mint and have a face value of £100. The first Britannia was minted in 1987. In 2013 the Royal Mint decided to produce the 1oz gold Britannia in 24 carat, as opposed to 22 carat. The actual gold content remains the same however. ATS Bullion, London's West End bullion dealer, is an authorised dealer of gold and silver Britannia coins. These coins also benefit from being Capital Gains Tax (CGT) free. Please note that the date of the Britannia you receive may vary, but all coins will be in a good condition.

was £1,157.60

Now from £1,146.02

Qty Unit Price
1 £1,171.80 £1,160.08
2 + £1,169.60 £1,157.90
5 + £1,169.00 £1,157.31
10 + £1,166.10 £1,154.44
20 + £1,163.30 £1,151.67
50 + £1,163.30 £1,151.67
100 + £1,159.30 £1,147.71
250 + £1,157.60 £1,146.02

Maple Leaf One Ounce Gold Coin - Mixed Dates

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The one ounce Maple is a Canadian bullion coin, minted by the Royal Canadian Mint. The gold Maple features the iconic maple leaf, synonymous with Canadian identity. The face value of the 1 ounce coin is "$50", although the value of the coin is of course based on the market price of its metal content. Investing in Gold or Silver Bullion If you would like more information on investing in gold and silver bullion bars and coins, please look at our How to Invest guide. Or if you prefer, please contact us on 020 7240 4041 for some free and impartial advice.

from £1,163.30

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1 £1,183.20
2 + £1,180.40
5 + £1,177.50
10 + £1,174.70
20 + £1,171.80
50 + £1,170.70
100 + £1,169.60
250 + £1,163.30

Nugget One Ounce Gold Coin - Mixed Dates

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The Australian Nugget has been produced by the Perth Mint since 1986. Unlike most bullion coins, the Nugget one ounce coin changes its design annually. From 1989 onwards the coin has featured different species of Kangaroo, a recognisable emblem of Australia, with Queen Elizabeth II on the reverse. The face value of the 1oz gold Nugget is $100 AUD, though the value of the coin is based on the market price of its metal content. Investing in Gold or Silver Bullion If you would like more information on investing in gold and silver bullion bars and coins, please look at our How to Invest guide. Or if you prefer, please contact us on 020 7240 4041 for some free and impartial advice.

from £1,177.50

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1 £1,197.40
2 + £1,194.60
5 + £1,191.70
10 + £1,188.90
20 + £1,186.10
50 + £1,183.20
100 + £1,180.40
250 + £1,177.50

2019 Maple Leaf One Ounce Gold Coin

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These brand new 2019 gold one ounce maple coins are minted by the Royal Canadian Mint. The gold maple leaf is minted in pure 24ct gold (999.9 fine). The Maple leaf is given a face value of $50, although the value of the coin is based on the intrinsic metal value - so the current gold metal market price.

from £1,194.60

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1 £1,217.30
2 + £1,214.50
5 + £1,211.70
10 + £1,206.00
20 + £1,203.10
50 + £1,200.30
100 + £1,194.60

2019 Philharmoniker One Ounce Gold Coin

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The Austrian Philharmoniker coin was first minted in 1989 by the Austrian Mint. This one ounce gold coin was one of the world's most popular during the nineties and displays an award winning depiction of an assortment of musical instruments, including violins, a harp and a Viennese horn. The obverse of the coin pays homage to the great organ of the Musikverein concert hall in Vienna. In 2002, after the introduction of the euro currency, the face value of the coin changed from 2000 Austrian Schillings to 100 Euros.

from £1,183.20

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1 £1,217.30
2 + £1,211.70
5 + £1,206.00
10 + £1,202.50
20 + £1,200.30
50 + £1,194.60
100 + £1,183.20

Philharmoniker One Ounce Gold Coin - Mixed Dates

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The Austrian Philharmoniker coin was first minted in 1989 by the Austrian Mint. This one ounce gold coin was one of the world's most popular during the nineties and displays an award winning depiction of an assortment of musical instruments, including violins, a harp and a Viennese horn. The obverse of the coin pays homage to the great organ of the Musikverein concert hall in Vienna. In 2002, after the introduction of the euro currency, the face value of the coin changed from 2000 Austrian Schillings to 100 Euros. Investing in Gold or Silver Bullion If you would like more information on investing in gold and silver bullion bars and coins, please look at our How to Invest guide. Or if you prefer, please contact us on 020 7240 4041 for some free and impartial advice.

from £1,170.70

Qty Unit Price
1 £1,192.30
2 + £1,188.90
5 + £1,183.20
10 + £1,180.40
20 + £1,177.50
50 + £1,174.70
100 + £1,171.80
250 + £1,170.70

1/10 Ounce Krugerrand Gold Coin

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The South African Krugerrand was first produced in 1967 by the South African Chamber of Mines. Over many decades this gold coin has become one the most popular bullion coins chosen by investors. After its original productions and subsequent success, the Krugerrand galvanised many other gold mints to produce a bullion coin of equal standing. The 1oz Krugerrand was first minted in 1967; the 1/2oz, 1/4oz and 1/10oz coins were first produced in 1980.

from £127.40

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1 £136.50
2 + £134.20
5 + £130.80
10 + £127.40

1/10 Ounce Britannia Gold Coin

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Britannia coins are issued by the Royal Mint. These coins enjoy the status of being free from Capital Gains Tax and the 1/10oz gold Britannia has a face value of £10.

from £127.40

Qty Unit Price
1 £138.80
2 + £136.50
5 + £133.10
10 + £127.40

One Ounce Maple Special Edition - Mixed Designs

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from £1,279.90

1911-1932 George V Sovereign

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The George V Sovereign was minted by the Royal Mint from 1911-1932. George V reigned during a turbulent era for the Royal family and Great Britain. He reigned throughout World War I and during the Great Depression. It is for this reason that the production of the George V sovereigns was sporadic and does not span the duration of his reign, unlike his predecessors. These coins display a portrait of George V and on the reverse Benedetto Pistrucci's design of St. George and the Dragon. George V is remembered for changing the British Royal House from Saxe-Coburg and Gotha to Windsor in 1917. H.G Wells notoriously wrote about the Royals' Germanic connection, stating it as an "alien and uninspiring court", George V famously replied: "I may be uninspiring, but I'll be damned if I'm alien!".

from £280.50

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1 £293.30
2 + £291.20
5 + £290.60
10 + £289.20
25 + £286.60
50 + £283.90
100 + £280.50

1902-1910 Edward VII Sovereign

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These gold Sovereigns display the portrait of King Edward VII and on the reverse, Benedetto Pistrucci's design of St. George and the Dragon. King Edward ruled for only a short time, just eight years. He was the first monarch that embraced the idea of Royal public appearances and was noted by J.B. Priestly as being "the King England has known since the earlier 1660s". He was also colloquially known as the "peacemaker".

from £280.50

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1 £293.30
2 + £291.20
5 + £290.60
10 + £289.20
25 + £286.60
50 + £283.90
100 + £280.50

1957-1968 Queen Elizabeth II Pre-decimal Sovereign

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The Elizabeth II pre-decimal Sovereign was minted between the years of 1957 and 1968. The coins feature a portrait of the young Queen, aged just 26 at her accession. The reverse displays Benedetto Pistrucci's design of St. George and the Dragon.

from £280.50

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1 £293.30
2 + £291.20
5 + £290.60
10 + £289.20
25 + £286.60
50 + £283.90
100 + £280.50

1871-1887 Victoria Young Head Sovereign with St. George reverse

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Victoria Young Head Sovereign with St. George reverse

from £289.20

Qty Unit Price
1 £313.30
2 + £305.30
5 + £294.60
10 + £289.20

Gold Sovereigns - Best Price

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These Sovereigns are from a mixture of dates and monarchs. The picture is an illustration of the variety of Sovereigns available and may not necessarily reflect the Sovereigns you will receive. If you are looking for a particular year or monarch please visit our Sovereign page or contact us on 020 7240 40 41 to speak to a bullion dealer.

from £273.20

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1 £282.50
2 + £282.10
5 + £280.50
10 + £278.50
20 + £276.70
50 + £276.10
100 + £275.60
250 + £273.80
500 + £273.20
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Here’s how you can buy gold coins with ATS.

Online
If you choose to buy gold coins online, simply add the item/s to your basket and proceed to the checkout. Once in the checkout, register your account by entering your name and email. Purchases are limited to £10,000 per transaction if paying securely by card or £20,000 if paying by bank transfer. Each account is limited to a maximum of £10,000 for multiple transactions. For purchases over this amount we will require photographic identification and a proof of address.

Visit Our Offices
Buying gold coins over the counter is quick, safe and reliable. Visit our offices at 2 Savoy Court, Strand, and bring at least one form of photo ID for up to £5,000, or bring two pieces for anything over £5,000 (proof of address and photo ID). Our trained bullion dealers will display the current metal price and quote you the price we are currently selling the coins at. Once you’ve chosen your bullion, choose your payment method from either bank transfer, cheque or debit card.

Via Phone or Email
Buying gold coins over the phone or on email is just as easy too. For all purchases over the phone or via an email, we require two forms of identification: one photographic and one must be a proof of address i.e. utility bill, council tax or bank statement. We can accept IDs sent via a scan, attached in an email or through the post. If you’re paying by debit card, goods can only be shipped to the registered address of the card. The forms of payment we accept are: debit cards, cheque and bank transfers only. Please note that we allow seven working days for cheques to clear.