How much is the Krugerrand worth?

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Krugerrand is worth about £1211 per unit. However, its price sometimes varies depending on its gold content, size, the premiums, and the uncirculated and circulated status of the coin. Also, different sizes of Krugerrand fetch diverse premiums.
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The amount a krugerrand is worth varies depending on size, condition, market value, and gold content. Currently, a 1/10 oz. would go for $200 and a 1 oz. krugerrand could sell for
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Check your newspaper financial section for the price of one ounce of gold. It changes daily.
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A tenth of a Krugerrand is worth £44.07 according to current exchange rates. The coin was first minted in 1967 to help the South African gold trade. report this answer. Updated
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The value of a Krugerrand depends on its gold content, size and condition. Coins that are larger, better preserved and have more gold are worth more. The average selling price for a 1 ounce Krugerrand is around $1300 (£841).
Kruggerrand gold can go for 1327.33 pounds and silver can go for 23.25 pounds.Now, on a 1 oz gold Krugerrand, you'll need to pay about $40 in eBay fees and $30 in Paypal fees.
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