99999 Gold Bullion

Unbelievable Benefits of Investing in 99999 Gold: A Comprehensive Guide to Making the Most of Your Money

The first gold coins were minted in Lydia, which is in present-day Turkey, somewhere between 700 BCE and 550 BCE. Once gold coins, and money in general, were popularized throughout the ancient world, gold bullion and silver bullion coins became a staple in those monetary systems. Throughout Classical Antiquity, including the Greek and Roman eras, most gold coins were around 95% pure gold which is about 23 karat gold. Most gold coins minted since 1800, however, have been closer to 90 and 92% pure gold, including those minted in the United States prior to 1933.

No gold coin is 100% pure gold.

The highest-purity gold bar was refined by the Perth Mint in 1957, and it was 999.999 aka “six nines fine.” Other commonly seen millesimal fineness amounts for gold purity include 999.99 (“five nines”), 999.9 (“four nines”), 999 (“three nines,” most common for 24 karat, minimum for “fine gold”), 995 (minimum for Good Delivery gold bars, minimum for a gold IRA, minimum for 24 karat), 990 (“two nines”), 916 (“Crown Gold,” aka 22 karat), 900 (“one nine”), 585 (14 karat, most popular for jewelry), and 417 (10 karat).

A gold karat (U.S.), or gold carat (Most places outside of the U.S.), is 1/24 part, or 4.1667% of the whole, and the purity of the gold alloy. So, a 24-karat gold bar is at least 99.9% gold, and this is often written simply as 24k.

The difference between 999 and 9999 is mathematically significant and you may or may not pay more for a 9999 over a 999, but the melt value is nearly the exact same as one another. So, most investors are better off getting the lower-cost option to reap the greatest rewards upon selling their gold coin or gold bar.

It is common to hear someone refer to gold bars, gold rounds, and gold coins as “bullion.” The word bullion is from French, and it means “boiling” as in the process of melting and boiling the metal into a molten for purification and ridding of impurities as is done in a refinery. The Royal Canadian Mint is world-renowned for its gold bullion coins and silver bullion coins.

Be aware that if a 1 oz t gold bullion coin for sale is less than the current price of gold per ounce, it is likely to not be a genuine 999+, 24k, gold coin.

The first gold coins of .9999 purity, also known as “four nines” gold, were the 1 Troy ounce gold Maple Leaf released in November 1982 by the Royal Canadian Mint. The coins are 99.99% pure gold bullion.

Not only has the Royal Canadian Mint produced the world’s first .9999 pure gold bullion coins, but they have also created the world’s first .99999 (five-nines) pure gold coins in 2007. These gold coins are 99.999% pure gold bullion and the finest gold bullion coins in the world!

Gold Coins

.99999 Gold Bullion - Maples

The Royal Canadian Mint has released a number of .99999 pure gold one Troy ounce commemorative coins, as well as standard gold bullion coins. Some of these five-nines gold bullion coins include the following:

Gold Maple Leafs: These coins are some of Canada’s most popular gold bullion coins. Every year, the Royal Canadian Mint releases a new gold maple leaf gold coin. From 1972 through October 1982, these gold coins had a fineness of .999. Then, in November 1982, the RCM began issuing .9999 pure gold maple leaf coins. By 2005, the RCM was experimenting with .99999 pure gold coins and issued a .99999 fine gold maple leaf coin in 2007.

.99999 Gold Bullion - Call of the Wild Coins

Call of the Wild Series: Beginning in 2014, the Royal Canadian Mint released the world’s highest face value ($200 CAD) of any legal tender 1 oz t gold bullion coin. Each gold coin has an intricately micro-engraved security feature in the form of a textured maple leaf design produced by the Mint's innovative use of laser technology helps to confirm the authenticity of the coin. There are a total of 7 gold coins with .99999 fineness in the “Call of the Wild” series by the Royal Canadian Mint. These gold coin designs consisted of a howling wolf, growling tiger, roaring grizzly, bugling elk, peal-calling bald eagle, bellowing elk, and a screaming bobcat. The Call of the Wild series gold coins are not to be confused with the Royal Canadian Mint’s .9999 fine silver Predator series coins.

.99999 Gold Bullion - Klondike Gold Rush Coins

Klondike Gold Rush Series: Crafted in the Royal Canadian Mint’s exacting standard of 99.999% pure gold, the highest standard of pure gold available in the world. Features a micro-engraved maple leaf laser mark in the coin’s field. In the center of the mark, visible under magnification, is the numeral denoting the coin’s year of issue. Each coin comes in a unique credit-card-sized black assay packaging that is ideal for easy handling and storage. The assay card is signed by the RCM’s Chief Assayer, Charles Daoust, the assay certificate on the back of the card certifies the authenticity and purity of the coin. Each .99999 (five-nines) gold coin has the highest face value ($200 CAN) of any legal tender 1oz. gold bullion coin in the world. There are currently 3 coins in this series including the 2021 “Panning for Gold,” 2022 “Prospecting for Gold,” and the 2023 “Passage for Gold.”

Where to Buy .99999 Pure Gold Coins?

When purchasing gold bullion coins, it is important to buy from a reputable dealer who does not attempt to mislead customers to invest based solely on a numismatic or coin-collecting value. Instead, a good gold dealer will explain upfront that a gold coin and the vast majority of precious metals items made of gold, silver, platinum, palladium, or rhodium, sell for their melt value based on their respective spot price at the time of a sale instead of a collectible value. Most precious metals items are bought for their melt value, not anything else, so keep an eye out for additional costs that might delay a return on investment.

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