We don’t just buy world gold coins, we sell them too. At ATS Bullion, we stock a diverse selection of authentic coins from around the world, so you’re sure to find the one you’ve been searching for. Not only do world coins have a value in gold, but also their own place in history. Perfect for both first-time buyers or experienced traders, you can rest assured that ATS will offer you only the best rates and the easiest process - we will always sell at the best price we can for world 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.
This 1 Ducat coin is produced by the Viennese Mint in Austria. A particularly interesting detail about this coin is that the carat of the gold is much higher than other European gold coins. They are produced in 23.6 carat (a fineness of 0.986). Ducat coins have been issued in Austria since at least 1612. The last regular issue of Ducats was in 1914, and all the 1 Ducats dated 1915 are restrikes. One Ducat coins dated 1915 are still being produced by the Austrian Mint today. The design shows the laureate head of Emperor Franz Joseph I on the obverse and an image of the crowned imperial eagle on the reverse.
For more information about Austrian Gold Coins, please visit our Austrian Coin Directory.
This 4 Ducat coin is produced by the Viennese Mint in Austria. A particularly interesting detail about this coin is that the carat of the gold is much higher than other European gold coins. They are produced in 23.6 carat (a fineness of 0.986). It is a large coin but it is not very thick. Ducat coins have been issued in Austria since at least 1612. The last regular issue of Ducats was in 1914, and all the 4 Ducats dated 1915 are restrikes. Four ducat coins dated 1915 are still being produced by the Austrian Mint today. The design shows the laureate head of Emperor Franz Joseph I on the obverse and an image of the crowned imperial eagle on the reverse.
Similar to other Austrian coins, the 10 franc has restrike versions as well as original coins. The restrike coins are all dated 1892. Please call us on 020 7240 4040 or e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org to check any dates with us.
The Austrian 100 Corona gold coins were issued between 1908 and 1915. After the death of Franz Joseph in 1916 commemorative coins of the 100 Corona were restruck, which were all dated 1915. The 100 Corona contains just under one troy ounce of gold - its pure gold content is 0.9802 troy oz. The obverse of the coin portrays the bare head of Emperor Franz Joseph I, while the reverse shows the arms of Austria overlaying a double headed, crowned Eagle.
The French 20 Franc gold coin was first minted in 1812. There are various different versions available, the most numerous being the 'Rooster' version which has a Cockerel on the reverse and a portrait of the Roman God Ceres on the obverse, and was produced between 1899 and 1914. If you are looking for a specific year or a specific design please give our Sales Team a call on 020 7240 4041.
The Perth Mint started to make large bullion coins in 1991, offering a 2oz coin, a 10oz coin and 1kg coin. This 2oz coin contains 62.207g of 24 carat gold, and in 1992 its face value was changed $200. In 1991 the face value of the coin was $500 but this was amended to align with the 1oz gold coin.
The Mexican gold 2.5 pesos used to be a very popular small bullion coin before fractional Krugerrands were introduced in 1980. Apart from investors and collectors, we used to sell large quantities to jewellery manufacturers for use in jewellery, particularly ear-rings, where their small size (13.0 mms), and low weight (2.08 grams) made them ideal.
Dated from 1918 to 1948, the 1945 date is the easiest to find. We believe these are still officially restruck using this date.
Krause shows a substantial quantity of 180,000 as having been minted.
The Mexican 50 Pesos is a large and very interesting gold bullion coin. On the obverse, a portrait of the Winged Victory (El Angel) is featured alongside the year 1821, marking the first year of Mexico's independence. The reverse features the Mexican coat of arms, with an eagle holding a serpent in its beak while perched atop a cactus. The coins were minted between 1921 and 1947; however more coins were restruck between the years 1949 - 1972 and dated 1947.
Ready to purchase your world gold coins? 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. 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
For the quickest, safest and the most reliable way to purchase world gold coins, visit our offices at 2 Savoy Court, Strand. Make sure you 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 ready, pay your way through with either a bank transfer, cheque or debit card.
Via Phone or Email
Buying world gold coins over the phone or email is a simple and easy process. For all purchases, we require two forms of identification: one photographic and one must be a proof of address ie 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 be shipped only 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.
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