South African Gold Krugerrand coins debuted well before any other gold bullion coin. Introduced in 1967, the Krugerrand was available until 1979 with just a 1 oz gold coin. In 1979, the Royal Canadian Mint introduced the Gold Maple Leaf as a competing option for investors. In 1980, the South African Mint responded with the first-ever fractional-ounce gold coins. Among them was the 1/2 oz Gold Krugerrand.
All of these 2024 1/2 oz South African Gold Krugerrand Coins are available to you for purchase in Brilliant Uncirculated condition. The 1/2 oz gold coins in this series come with protective flips for individual coins or plastic tubes when you purchase multiples of 15 coins.
The obverse of 2024 South African Gold Krugerrand Coins features a portrait of Paul Kruger. Known affectionately to South Africans by the name Oom Paul, Afrikaans for Uncle Paul, he was an influential figure in South African during the late-19th century and would serve as President of the South African Republic. The effigy shown here first debuted in the 1890s on gold coins of the South African Pound.
On the reverse of 2024 1/2 oz Gold Krugerrand Coins is an image of the Springbok antelope. Native to various nations throughout southern Africa, the Springbok is the official symbol of the modern Republic of South Africa and has appeared on Krugerrands since 1967