There are various gold bullion coin programs available from sovereign and private mints. Each of these collections offers its own distinctive designs, but there are commonalities among certain features of these collections as well. Weight is one example. Most gold bullion coins have a 1 oz gold option alongside fractional-ounce coins. One of the more common weights is 1/20 oz gold. Today, 1/20 oz Gold Coins are available to you from JM Bullion in varied conditions from any mint with random date marks.
- Available to you with protective flips!
- Issued by various different mints with varying date marks available!
- Coins come in varied conditions!
- Contains 1/20 Troy oz of .999 or .9999 pure gold.
- The face value is assigned by the issuing mint and government.
- Obverse and reverse designs vary by program and mint.
- Please note you could receive several matching coins if you purchase more than one product.
Among the programs that actually offer 1/20 oz gold coins, you will find some of the leading products in the world. The Canadian Gold Maple Leaf, for example, has offered a 1/20 oz gold coin since 1993 with production continuing to this day. Likewise, the Mexican Gold Libertad coin features a 1/20 oz gold option that has been available since 1992. The Chinese Gold Panda formerly offered a 1/20 oz gold coin from 1983 to 2015 before it was swapped to the 1 Gram Chinese Gold Panda.
All of the 1/20 oz Gold Coins available to you in this product listing come with a protective plastic flip. As a random-year, any mint, varied condition listing, we cannot guarantee the date mark of the coin, design, or the condition of the product you receive. All items are chosen at random once your payment has processed.
Coins are available in conditions ranging from brand-new or Brilliant Uncirculated to conditions that include heavy wear and detracting flaws. If you purchase more than one coin, please note we cannot hand-pick the coins to ensure you receive various dates, designs, and conditions.
The obverse side of these 1/20 oz Gold Coins varies by mint and nation of issue. Canadian Gold Maple Leaf 1/20 oz coins, for example, feature the effigy of Queen Elizabeth II. Three different portraits of the Queen have been used during her long reign as the Queen of England, with the latest being the 2003 Susanna Blunt design.
On the reverse face of 1/20 oz Gold coins, you will find various different symbols. The Canadian Gold Maple Leaf uses the sugar maple leaf on this side, while the Mexican Libertad features the coat of arms for the country.
Please don’t hesitate to reach out to JM Bullion if you have any questions about these coins. We are available to you on the phone at 800-276-6508, on the web using our live chat, and via our email address.