Choose European Gold Coins

Choose European Gold Coins

Low Premium & High Liquidity

The European gold coins are composed of high gold purity levels: often 90% pure gold or more. Due to their high gold content and smaller size, these coins are competitively priced, and are highly sought after and liquid.

If you share concerns about capital / monetary you might want to include the low premium variety of pre-1933 European coins.

European gold coins like the British Gold Sovereign are the #1 choice for investors!

British Gold Sovereign

 

The British Gold Sovereign is one of the most famous gold bullion coins. The British Sovereign is a 22 Karat gold bullion coin - 11 parts gold and 1 part copper –(92% gold and 8% copper). The gold content of the Sovereign is 7.322 grams (0.2354 troy ounces).

 

The British Gold Sovereign is being issued by the Royal Mint since 1957 to present day. The Queen Elisabeth Gold Sovereign was issued from 1957 until 1968 with the exception of the 1960 and 1961 years. The mintage was restarted in 1974 and the sovereign has continued being issued every year ever since.

 

There are many reasons to consider these British Gold Sovereigns. Superior liquidity, high investor and numismatic demand, and world wide recognition. Consider acquiring some of them to diversify your precious metals portfolio and search for lower premium bullion to maximize your investment potential.

 

We offer discounted prices for large volume orders of British Gold Sovereigns, and we are able to offer further discounts down to metal price (no premium), for orders of 150,000 euro or more - with options for delivery or secure storage and insurance.

 

More than often, AMP - by offering the best prices - buys coins back from clients who are willing to dispose part of their holdings in some future time.

 

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