|Gold Coins Chart, Gold Coins Collecting
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|Afghani Gold Coins|
Ahmed Shah issued Afghan gold coins from 1735. Until recently Afghan gold coins have been typical Islamic designs, without protraits, and with only inscriptions, which are mainly indecipherable to most Westerners.
|10,000 Aghanis, 1st||32.5||33.437||.9676||30.09572||.9||AFGHANISTAN|
|10,000 Aghanis, 2nd||32.5||33.66||.9739||30.29168||.9||AFGHANISTAN|
|Algerian Gold Coins|
|American Samoan Gold Coins|
|50 Dollars||21||8.6397||.25||7.77587||.9||AMERICAN SAMOAN|
|100 Dollars||31.1||1||31.10348||.999||AMERICAN SAMOAN|
|Andorran Gold Coins|
Andorra is not a full member of the European Union, but enjoys a special relationship with it, such as being treated as an EU member for trade in manufactured goods (no tariffs) and as a non-EU member for agricultural products. Andorra lacks a currency of its own and uses that of its two surrounding nations. Prior to 1999 these were the French franc and the Spanish peseta, which have since been replaced by a single currency, the euro. Unlike other small European states that use the Euro, Andorra does not yet mint its own euro coins; in October 2004, negotiations between Andorra and the EU began on an agreement which would allow Andorra to mint its own coins.
|Anguillan Gold Coins|
Anguilla is a small island at the northern end of the eastern Caribbean island chain.Anguilla first issued gold coins in 1969. These are all proof commemorative issues.
|Antiguan Gold Coins|
|10 Dollars||38.61||47.54||1.4013||43.5853||.917||ANTIGUA AND BARBUDA|
|Argentinian Gold Coins|
Argentina has only produced a limited number of gold coins, the early coins were denominated in escudos. From 1881 to 1896, argentinos were issued which were equivalent to five pesos, and there was also a half argentino, although these were only issued in two years, and both dates are rare.
|1/2 Argentino 2.5 Pesos||19.3||4.0322||.1167||3.62978||.9||ARGENTINA|
|1 Argentino 5 Pesos||22||8.0645||.2334||7.25955||.9||ARGENTINA|
|Armenian Gold Coins|
|Aruban Gold Coins|
|Australian gold nugget coins|
|One Kilo (1991) 10,000 Dollars||74.5||1000.1||32.1507||999.99855||.9999||AUSTRALIA|
|One Kilo (1992-) 3,000 Dollars||74.5||1000.1||32.1507||999.99855||.9999||AUSTRALIA|
|Ten Ounce (1991) 2,500 Dollars||59.7||311.62||10||311.03477||.9999||AUSTRALIA|
|Ten Ounce (1992-) 1,000 Dollars||59.7||311.62||10||311.03477||.9999||AUSTRALIA|
|Two Ounce (1991) 500 Dollars||40.4||62.324||2||62.20695||.9999||AUSTRALIA||