Many of the world’s most popular one ounce gold coins produced, have fractional counterparts. The most common fractional denominations are Tenth Ounce (1/10th), Quarter Ounce (1/4) and Half Ounce (1/2). The fractional coins are a great way of investing in your favourite bullion coins in a cost effective way. Fractional gold coins make an excellent choice for anyone wanting to give a gift.
The Australian Nugget or Australian Kangaroo has been produced by the Perth Mint since 1986. Unlike most bullion coins, the Nugget coin series 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 1/2oz gold Nugget is $50 AUD, though the value of the coin is based on the market price of its metal content.
Our mixed dated Quarter Ounce Gold Britannia coins have several designs. These 1/4 ounce gold coins were struck from year 2014 onwards in 24ct pure gold. If you are looking for a specific date, please contact our sales team.
The quarter ounce Britannia is granted a face value of £25.00. Britannia gold coins qualify as being Capital Gains Tax Free (CGT Exempt) as they are technically legal tender. For more information on Capital Gains Tax - visit our investment guide Capital Gains Tax and Gold Bullion.
Coin dates you will receive may vary from the coin pictured.
Britannia coins are issued by the Royal Mint. The 1/10oz gold Britannia has a face value of £10 and was first minted in 1987. These 1/10th ounce gold coins are the 24ct version minted in more recent years.
Buy an Australian 1/20th Ounce Gold Lunar Coin online or in store. These twentieth ounce gold coins are produced by the Perth Mint in Australia. Each year features a different depiction of the corresponding year's animal in the Chinese Lunar Calendar.
The Maple is a Canadian bullion coin minted by the Royal Canadian Mint. It features a trilogy of the iconic maple leaf, synonymous with Canadian identity. The face value of the 1/20 ounce coin is "$1", although the price of the coin is of course based on the market price of its metal content.