Gold Cufflinks with 1/10 oz Gold Krugerrand Coins (various years)
A valuable piece of history can be yours to wear with these Krugerrand gold cufflinks.
First minted in 1967 by the South African Mint Company, for many years the gold Krugerrand coin was the only bullion gold coin available. Unlike most gold bullion coins from national mints, Krugerrand coins, since their first mintage, have no face value or denomination on the gold coin. The value of the gold Krugerrand coin was linked only to the gold spot price. All gold South African Krugerrands are minted in 22-karat gold (.9167 fine gold). This alloy of gold with copper provides exceptional resistance to wear and tear, and gives the coin its distinctive rose-tinted color.
These Degussa & Krugerrand 1/10th oz gold cufflinks have a diameter of 19 mm (about 0.75 inches). Both sides of the gold Krugerrand coin are visible, with the image of the prancing springbok most visible to the wearer. The male image on the coins is that of Paul Kruger, the famous resistance fighter (and later President of the historical South African Republic) who led South Africa's struggle for freedom from British rule during the time of the Boers. These exclusive Degussa Gold Cufflinks are meticulously handcrafted in Germany by the Degussa-Goldhandel company, and are available in North America only from Kitco.
2017 marks the 50th anniversary of the world famous gold Krugerrand coin. You can buy these cufflinks as a great way to mark a 50th anniversary of your own. A terrific present for Dad on Father's day or his 50th birthday. What a great gift for Grandpa to celebrate a 50th wedding anniversary. Fifty years is a milestone deserving of a unique present like these gold cufflinks made from gold Krugerrand coins.
Many bullion industry experts still consider the Krugerrand one of the best gold coins to buy and own. You can be confident that the men in your life will appreciate a gift of these gold cufflinks, as a truly unique present, and a wonderful way to hold and wear gold!
These gold cufflinks made with gold Krugerrand coins are available only in limited quantities, so don't wait, buy yours today!
See the Kitco news article about this historic coin on its 50th anniversary.
DISCLAIMER: This product is taxable for Canadian Residents.
About South Africa Mint
The history of the South African Mint goes back to the opening of the first state mint in Pretoria in 1892. The current South African Mint came into being in 1941 when the south African government took over the Pretoria branch of the Royal Mint.