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Gold coins are are celebrations of history, culture, art, design and collector personalities. Each coin has their own unique story to tell, so which coin resonates with you the most? 

Modern Numismatic Gold Coins

What are modern numismatics?

Collectable coins that have been minted in modern times, with an intricate design are referred to as modern numismatics. Many coin collectors continue to add collectable coins to their collections, based on the story, history, art, culture and design of the coin. And many of these coins are limited editions, making them a rare find. 

Browse our range of modern numismatics, and learn all about the tale these coins tell by reading more about their intricate designs.




Latest featured coin

Commemorating the 75th anniversary of the end of World War II, this 5oz Silver coin designed by design duo Matt Dent and Christian Davies comes in a beautiful proof condition. These coins have been carefully crafted by the mint from hand-selected planchets, polished dies and multiple strikes. All this produces exquisitely frosted details that appear to be rising over mirror-like fields.

Australian Kookaburra coin

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July 1967 saw the very first Krugerrand minted. The bullion coin was minted as a way to market South African gold globally and to afford the population with the opportunity to own gold privately. While it contained one troy ounce of pure gold, the Krugerrand was the very first ounce denominated gold coin in the world...

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Bullion Krugerrands & Proof Krugerrands