Have you got your collector’s licence?

Don’t worry, you don’t actually need one today, but it wasn’t that long ago here in the UK that you did. Without one, you would be limited to owning just four gold coins issued after 1817. Unless you had a licence, but that wasn’t the easiest thing to obtain… The year it became illegal to […]

The Expert Guides Series: Your Guide to Collecting from International Mints

When assessing a coin’s potential, the first thing I do is look at the issuing country to make sure there is a strong tradition of numismatic heritage. This ensures the greatest potential for long-term interest. As a result, I generally restrict my recommendations to British Isles, United States, Canadian, South African and Australian coins, which […]

The world’s most popular gold bullion coin turns 50 and how you can WIN one

**This competition is now closed. Follow us on Facebook and Twitter to find out about future competitions and coin releases.** On this day, 3 July 1967, the very first Krugerrand was minted by The South African mint. In the 50 years since it was first struck, the Krugerrand has established itself as the most widely […]

9 things you need to know about the world’s most popular gold coin

The world’s most widely held and actively traded Gold bullion coin is not a British Sovereign, nor an American Eagle. It’s the South African Krugerrand. And this year, it celebrates its 50th anniversary. As one of the world’s most prestigious and collected gold coins, the Krugerrand belongs in any serious coin Portfolio. But what do […]