The Spanish 25 peseta gold coin was first minted in 1871 whilst Amadeo I was King of Spain, but the more commonly seen coin are those minted under the reign of Alfonso XII, ranging from 1876 until 1885, who appears on the obverse. The reverse features the Spanish Royal Arms.
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.
The 1/4oz Britannia gold coins are issued by the Royal Mint. ATS Bullion, London's West End bullion dealer, is an authorised dealer of gold and silver Britannia coins. These coins benefit from being Capital Gains Tax (CGT) Free. The face value of this gold coin is Â£25.
The Sovereign was first chartered by Henry VII in 1489. Its original design showed the King in full coronation regalia and on the reverse, the Tudor Rose, a reference to the union between the houses of Lancaster and York. The Victoria Jubilee Head was produced between 1887 and 1893 to celebrate Queen Victoria's Golden Jubilee. As part of the celebrations, the Royal Mint revived Benedetto Pistrucci's earlier design of St. George and the Dragon. The St. George design did not grace the half Sovereign until 1893.
The 1/4oz gold Maple is a Canadian bullion coin minted by the Royal Canadian Mint. It features the iconic Maple leaf symbol and Queen Elizabeth II. It has a face value of $10 and was first produced in 1982.
The 1/4oz gold Philharmoniker coin is minted by the Austrian Mint. This gold coin depicts 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. This 1/4oz gold coin has a face value of 25 euros.
The Chinese gold Panda coins are issued by the People's Republic of China. They feature the Temple of Heaven in Beijing on the obverse and pandas on the reverse. The reverse designs of the pandas changes every year.
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
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