A former colony and dominion of the United Kingdom, South Africa once issued Pound denominations prior to its full independence and decimalization in 1961. These 1 Pound Gold Coins were largely produced between 1910 and 1960 following the Union of 1910. Provident Metals currently has South African 1 Pound Gold Coins available to you for purchase online.
When you purchase a South African 1 Pound Gold Coin through this Provident Metals listing, you will receive a coin in varied condition from random dates. Each coin arrives with its own individual protective plastic flip. Provident Metals selects these coins at random once your payment has been processed.
We cannot guarantee a specific date mark for the coin you receive, a specific condition, or a specific design on the fields of the coin. If you purchase multiples, please remember that you could receive coins that have matching dates, designs, and conditions.
The obverse field of South African 1 Pound Gold Coins includes a variety of different monarch or leader portraits. The earliest 1 Pound Gold Coins were known as Krugers Millions, 1 Pound Gold Coins issued by Paul Kruger and the South African Republic from 1892 to 1900. Though rare, these coins have a bust of Paul Kruger on the obverse similar to the modern Krugerrand coinage. Following the Union of 1910, new 1 Pound Gold Coins debuted with the images of English monarchs and include King George V, King George VI, and Queen Elizabeth II as possible busts on the obverse.
In the reverse design of South African 1 Pound Gold Coins, you are most likely to find the Springbok antelope design. Another image similar to the modern Krugerrand, the design features a Springbok in left-profile relief. Older 1 Pound Gold Coins of South Africa have the coat of arms of the early republic on the reverse.
The history of South African 1 Pound Gold Coins is diverse and impressive. The first such coin was issued in 1874 by Thomas Francois Burgers and known as the Burgers Pond. Minted in Birmingham, England, only a small handful even made it into circulation. The Kruger Pond was issued by the Royal Prussian Mint in Berlin, Germany, and only available from 1892 to 1900. The most common are the South African 1 Pound Gold Coins following the Union of 1910 that created a dominion of South Africa aligned with England.
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|Mint Mark||Not Shown|
|Producer||South African Mint|
|Shipping||Orders over $199 Ship Free|
|Certificate of Authenticity||No|
|Metal Content||.2568 Troy Ounce|
|Product Series||South African 1 Pound|