Britannia one ounce gold coins are issued by the Royal Mint and have a face value of Â£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.
The one ounce gold bar pictured is an example only, please note that refiners may vary. For more information please visit our FAQ page. Alternatively, get in contact by emailing us at email@example.com or by calling us on 020 7240 4041.
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.
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.
The American gold Buffalo is the 24 carat one ounce American coin. It is the first 1oz .9999 gold coin produced by the American mint, and was issued for the first time in 2006 as an alternative to the 1oz American Eagle to cater for those who prefer 24 carat gold coins. Like the 1oz Eagle it has a face value of $50. The coin depicts an Indian Head on the obverse, and a buffalo on the reverse.
In 2016 the Chinese Panda coin changed from 1oz in size to 30g. 2017 continues this trend, but with a different design. This coin as always features the Temple of Heaven in Beijing on the obverse and a Panda on the reverse.. The reverse designs of the Pandas changes every year, making these coins attractive to collectors as well as investors.
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.
The 1/10oz 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 1/10oz gold coin has a face value of 10 euros.
These half Sovereigns are taken from a mixture of dates and monarchs and represent the most cost effective way of purchasing half Sovereigns. All the half Sovereigns that we sell are in good condition. The picture is an illustration of the variety of half Sovereigns available and may not necessarily reflect the half Sovereigns you will receive. If you are looking for a particular year or monarch please visit our half Sovereign page or contact us on 020 7240 40 40 to speak to a bullion dealer.
These coins benefit from being Capital Gains Tax (CGT) free. All UK gold and silver bullion coins manufactured by the Royal Mint are legal tender and are exempt from capital gains tax. Tax free coins are available to buy from ATS Bullion and these include Sovereigns, half Sovereigns and Britannias.