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To transact using the currencies listed below, select Bank Wire via Western Union as your payment method during checkout. Bank Wire via Western Union is available when your order is placed in US dollars and the total order amount is less than than $100,000.
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|Currency Name||Currency Code||X=1$ USD||X$ USD=1|
|Utd. Arab Emir. Dirham||AED||3.7495||0.2667|
|Hong Kong Dollar||HKD||7.9199||0.1263|
|Mozambique New Metical||MZN||74.204||0.0135|
|New Zealand Dollar||NZD||1.4097||0.7094|
|Papua New Guinea Kina||PGK||3.4934||0.2863|
|Solomon Islands Dollar||SBD||8.2759||0.1208|
|Tongan Pa anga||TOP||2.304||0.4340|
|Turkish New Lira||TRY||3.6651||0.2728|
|Central Polynesian Franc||XPF||116.5811||0.0086|
|South African Rand||ZAR||13.198||0.0758|
|10+||$ 1,299.09 ea.|
|20+||$ 1,294.09 ea.|
|25+||$ 20.58 ea.|
|100+||$ 20.28 ea.|
|500+||$ 19.98 ea.|
English mint products produced by The Royal Mint are some of the most purchased and well recognized bullion coins and bullion bars in the world.
Unlike many other government bullion mints around the world, The Royal Mint not only produces bullion coins but also many varied sized silver and gold bullion bars.
Official England mint bullion coins carry legal tender face values while The Royal Mint bullion bars also enjoy a government guarantee of authenticity enforced by the United Kingdom, and specifically the British government.
The Royal Mint’s Gold Sovereign Coin is a 22k gold flagship coin of the UK mint. These 0.235 oz gold coins bear Benedetto Pistrucci’s original design with the patron saint of England, St. George, atop a horse as he slays a dragon.
This .916+ purity gold bullion coin has been a long term investment piece whose weight and quality is verified at the Trial of the Pyx - an independent trial of weight and size specifications dating back to 1282 with The Royal Mint.
In its current form, the Gold Sovereign Coin has been minted since 1817. Its history, however, goes back to 1489 and the reign of King Henry VII.
Kitco is an active buyer and seller of Royal Mint gold coins and other Royal Mint bullion coins and bars.
Want more information on how to buy and sell gold? How to buy and sell silver? Please reach out to our first class Sales Associates by email or by phone, at firstname.lastname@example.org, or using 1 877 775-4826 (US and Canada), 1 514 313-9999 (Worldwide).