The Diamond Jubilee Gold Crown - Minted in 22 carat gold to the highest Proof quality and with a maximum mintage of just 3,850 pieces, the UK gold coin features two new portraits of The Queen created especially for the Diamond Jubilee. Each coin is beautifully presented within a bespoke case and accompanied by a numbered Certificate of Authenticity.
The Gold Libertad was the third modern bullion coin, following the Krugerrand and the Gold Maple Leaf, to be sold on international gold markets. These coins started being minted in 1982 by the Mexican Mint (Casa de Mondea de México) which is the oldest mint in the Americas being established in 1535 on the order of the Spanish Crown. It can be said that the silver variations of the Mexican Libertad are more abundantly produced; the Gold Libertad has a limited production each year....
Republic gold 100 Francs 1887-A, KM832, MS62 NGC, extremely rare date with a mintage of 234. The surfaces are lustrous with minimal contact marks. One of the key rarities of the French series and highly elusive in mint state
The Österreichisch-ungarische Krone or osztrák-magyar korona was the official currency of the Austro-Hungarian Empire from 1892 until the dissolution of the empire in 1918. The subunit was one hundredth of the main unit, and it was called Heller in German and fillér in the Hungarian.