As you know the name "Krugerrand" has been synonymous with wealth, prosperity and riches for 50 years. First issued in 1967, the South African Gold Krugerrand holds the title of being the world's first modern gold bullion coin. Today, it's still the most widely traded gold coin on the planet! All other gold coins that have followed, including American Gold Eagles and Canadian Gold Maple Leafs, owe their very existence to South Africa's "Grandfather of Gold."
While other countries have produced silver versions of their bullion coins, collectors have only dreamed of owning official Krugerrand coins in pure silver. Fortunately, the wait ends today! To mark the 50th anniversary of the Gold Krugerrand, South Africa has authorized the FIRST EVER production of limited edition one ounce Silver Krugerrands.
That’s right the first ever Silver Krugerrand struck in a full ounce of 99.9% pure silver. This Krugerrand bears the same design as the original gold coin -- former South African President Paul Kruger on one side and the iconic Springbok antelope on the other. In addition, each one ounce silver coin features the milestone Krugerrand 50th anniversary 2017 date and mint mark.
The dies for these 2017 Silver Krugerrands have been digitally enhanced through innovative laser-etching technology, producing coins with razor-sharp details, polished gleaming highlights and satiny frosted shading never before seen on a Krugerrand. In fact, these coins have a finish that is so brilliant and bright, they can only be described as being in Specimen Proof (SP) condition!
We have a limited number of these historic coins certified by ANACS in the perfect grade of SP70. The edition is limited to just 1500 coins and at just $129.00 is certain to be a quick sellout!
This limited edition ANACS graded Silver Krugerrand is a CSN exclusive and available only to a few of our preferred collectors. Because of the incredible demand and very limited number available there is a strict limit of twenty coins pre collector. Astute collectors are taking the limit. This will be your only chance to own this historic coin.
We're confident you will be satisfied with your purchase, but if not, you may return your item for a refund or exchange within 30 days of invoice date. Shipping and handling charges are non-refundable, and the product must be returned complete and in sellable condition to qualify for a refund. Refund amount will include full purchase price and all collected taxes.Seals and cases contribute to the value of coin and currency collectibles and must remain intact and unbroken. This applies, but is not limited to: grading cases, Mint and Proof cases and packages, bag seals, original government sealed packaging, certificates of authenticity and/or any other special packaging or containers. Customers are responsible for shipping charges and risk of loss on all return shipments. All returns must be shipped by a reputable shipper and be properly packaged and fully insured. Products returned after 30 days of shipping date are subject to a 20% restocking fee.