WhatWe Buy

Gold in any condition! You can sell your gold jewellery (yellow gold, white gold, rose gold, etc), old gold, unwanted gold, scrap gold, broken gold, gold bullion, gold coins, platinum – any gold and jewellery that you wish to sell make the smart choice and talk to Gold Smart.

Sell Gold Coins

There are few positions that offer an exciting look into international currency like gold buying does. We have had the pleasure of buying gold sovereigns from across the globe, including South African Kugerrands and currency from Germany, France, Italy, Belgium and Denmark. In general, the price of a gold coin is determined entirely by its precious metal content, purity and weight rather than rarity or age. Have you been pondering questions such as “What kinds of gold coins can I sell for cash?” Let Gold Smart answer that question for you with this helpful guide on gold coins. Our New Zealand gold buying prices are competitive and fair – if you have any of the gold coins below to sell, contact us today to get a price!

The price of gold in New Zealand compares favourably with overseas dealers and you’ll need to be careful not to get caught with GST and Duty charges if trying to export or import coins from other countries. Coin buyers will be aware of this and it’s a factor when selling gold coins. Below are examples of historic gold coins that we buy.

proof-sovereign-coinBritish Sovereign Gold Coin Value

Like many gold coins, the nominal value printed on the front of a British Gold Sovereign coin – one British Pound Sterling – does not reflect the value of the precious metal found in the coin itself. Its gold fineness is set at 22 carats, while the content is officially 7.3 grams, or 113 grains, the official weight per the government from 1817 onward. Different varieties of the British Gold Sovereigns can also be found, including lesser denominations like half sovereigns and special proof editions. Here are a few of the other gold coins you may have in your collection:

20 Frank – Leopold II, Belgium
.900 fine gold

Sovereign Gold – Victoria, Edward VII and George V, Great Britain
.916 fine gold

20 Kroner – Christian IX, Denmark
.916 fine gold

20 Francs – Napoleon III, Angel, Rooster, France
.900 fine gold

20 Mark – Wilhelm II, Germany
.900 fine gold

20 Korona – Franz Joseph, Hungary
.900 fine gold

20 Lire – Umberto I, Italy
.900 fine gold

10 Gulden – Willem III, Wilhelmina, Netherlands
.900 fine gold

10 Roubles – Nicholas II, Russia
.900 fine gold

20 Kronor – Oscar II, Sweden
.900 fine gold

20 Francs, Switzerland
.900 fine gold

How to Buy and Sell Gold Coins for Profit

Even when traditional currency struggles to maintain solvency, gold has tended to increase in value – especially in the presence of a weak local currency. If you’d like to enjoy profit on your gold coins, it’s fast, safe and easy to turn gold coins into cash when you work with Gold Smart! If you’re ready to determine what your gold coin collection is worth, contact us online. Important information that you should include in your quote request: coin type details, the weight of each in troy ounces or grams and any other distinguishing information about gold content that will help us return a fair market price for your collection.

The Gold Smart Difference

We understand that many of you will be selling gold for the first time and have designed our process to be easier for you.

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