1 oz Britannia 2020 Gold Coin

$2,034.90

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1 $2,034.90
2 - 4 $2,025.02
5 - 9 $2,015.14
10 - 24 $2,005.27
25 - 49 $2,001.32
50 - 99 $1,997.36
100+ $1,994.40

General info on Britannia 2020 gold coin

The 1oz britannia 2020 gold coin is minted by the Royal mint. The britannia 2020 coin has a legal tender status in the United Kingdom.  The bullion coin was introduced in 1987 to the world. The britannia coin will be available in the denominations 1/10, 1/4, 1/2 and 1 oz. Like last year, the obverse of the 2020 coin shows Queen Elizabeth II with a face value of 100 pound. The reverse of the 2020 edition shows a standing Britannia figure

The Britannia gold coin history

The britannia gold coin was introduced to the world in 1987 by the Royal mint. Since 2013 the gold coins have a fineness of .9999 (or 24 carat gold). Before 2013 the coins had a fineness of .917 (91.7% or 22 carat gold) with the non-gold component being copper until 1989 and silver from 1990. In 1997 the Royal mint also started to produce silver Britannia coins. 

Country: United Kingdom
Weight: 31.1035g
Mint: The Royal Mint
Purity: 999.9/1000
Diameter, mm: 32.69
Thickness, mm: 2.38
Face value: 100
Currency: British Pound
Product packaging: Sachet
Bulk packaging: 10 per tube, 100 per box

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    09/11/2020
    Anonymous
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    Perfect

    Very nice coin.

    A
    07/07/2020
    Anonymous
    GB GB
    1oz Britannia

    Took a while due to covid but very happy with Bitgild and my coins

    A
    04/29/2020
    Anonymous
    GB GB
    Excellent , No worries

    Good, considering physical gold is scarce

    MM
    09/20/2018
    Manfred M.
    AT AT
    Good service

    This was my 4th or 5th order and the first time that shipping worked flawlessly and fast.

    MP
    04/16/2018
    Mark P.
    GB GB
    I had thought that Oriental

    I had thought that Oriental was a racist term. But the Royal Mint could not care less or Maby Prince Philip insisted upon it.

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