The famous predecessor of South Africa's current Krugerrand was minted between 1961 and 1983 in the classic purity of 22 carats (916.67/1,000). Throughout its minting run, the coin design remained thesame, with the obverse showing Dutchman Jan van Riebeeck, who reached Table Bay in 1652 and founded Capetown. The Springbok shown on the reverse is the traditional heraldic animal of South Africa.Intro:
The renowned predecessor of the Krugerrand, the gold rand, was minted between 1961 and 1983 in the traditional purity of 22 carat gold. Buy this pure gold rarity today to avoid disappointment, as there is already an enormous demand for this piece!
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