|2017 South Africa Silver Krugerrand||JM Bullion||$119.45|
|2018 South African Silver Krugerrand||APMEX||$45.41|
|2019 South African Silver 1 oz Krugerrand Coin||APMEX||$39.36|
|2020 Krugerrand 1 oz Silver Coin||JM Bullion||$34.02|
|Krugerrand 1 oz Silver Coin - Random Year||Money Metals Exchange||$26.10|
|2021 South Africa 1 oz Silver Krugerrand||JM Bullion||$31.59|
|2022 1 oz Silver Krugerrand South Africa||BOLD Precious Metals||$25.14|
|Krugerrand 1 oz Gold Coin Random Year||BOLD Precious Metals||$1879.80|
|South Africa 1/2 oz Gold Krugerrand (Random Year)||APMEX||$1066.86|
|South Africa 1/4 oz Gold Krugerrand (Random Year)|
|South Africa 1/10 oz Gold Krugerrand (Random Year)||APMEX||$255.32|
|2019 Gold Krugerrand 1 oz Coin|
|1 oz Gold Bar Rand Refinery||BGASC||$1855.66|
South Africa is the home of the Krugerrand Gold Coin, considered by many to be the first gold bullion coin issued by a government to be used as a store of wealth. The Gold Krugerrand Coin was first issued in 1967. It contained 1 oz of pure gold in an alloy that contained copper which gives it the orangish hue that it's known for.
In 1980, South Africa began to produce the Krugerrand in fractional gold sizes included 1/2 troy ounce, 1/4 troy ounce and 1/10 troy ounce.
During the 1970's the Krugerrand dominated the global bullion market, accounting for as much as 90% of gold bullion investment. Due to it's success, other countries began to produce their own gold coins.
|1 oz||32.77||2.84||33.930||22 karat (91.67%)||31.103||1.000|
|1/2 oz||27.07||2.215||16.965||22 karat (91.67%)||15.552||0.500|
|1/4 oz||22.06||1.888||8.482||22 karat (91.67%)||7.776||0.250|
|1/10 oz||16.55||1.35||3.393||22 karat (91.67%)||3.110||0.100|
The Silver Krugerrand, along with the Platinum Krugerrand were introduced in 2017 to commemorate the 50th Anniversary of the iconic coin's release.
The South African Mint is responsible for the minting of Rand coins.