What is the tax on gold coins?

Answer

According to the law in the UK, some gold coins are tax free. These coins are known as investment gold coins and are gold coins that were mined after 1800 with several other specifications. One of these specifications is that the coins must have a purity of not less than 900 thousandths. For more about tax on gold coins, please visit customs-hrmc-gov.
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