2019 1 oz South Africa Krugerrand 999 Silver Proof Coin (One of the First 436 Struck PCGS PR70 DCAM)

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The name "Krugerrand" has been synonymous with wealth, prosperity and riches for more than 50 years. First issued in 1967, the South African Gold Krugerrand holds the title of being both the world’s first modern gold bullion coin AND the most widely traded gold coin on the planet, inspiring similar gold bullion series around the globe. However, while other countries had produced silver versions of their bullion coins, collectors had only dreamed of owning official Krugerrand coins in pure silver . . . that is, until the release of the first-ever Silver Krugerrand in 2017!

Now in its third year of striking these spectacular silver bullion coins, the artisans at the South African Mint are taking the Silver Krugerrand a step further and giving it the luxury treatment! Using specially treated and polished dies along with hand-selected 99.9% pure silver planchets, this 2019 One-Ounce Silver Krugerrand PROOF is the product of multiple strikes and innovative laser-etching technology. The result is a pristine coin that shines with mirror-like surfaces and distinct, razor-sharp details! In fact, your coin has been graded by the PCGS being in gorgeous Proof-70 Deep Cameo (PF70DCAM) condition, a distinction that means your perfectly-graded proof will have ZERO imperfections – showing all features and fields exactly as the engraver and mint intended.

This 2019 Silver Krugerrand Proof bears the same design as the original gold coin – former South African President Paul Kruger on one side and the iconic Springbok antelope on the other. The 2019 One-Ounce Silver Krugerrand Proof has an extremely limited mintage of only 20,000.

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Year 2019
Metal Content Silver
Condition Proof
Country South Africa
Manufacturer South African Mint
Mintage 20,000
Diameter (mm) 38.72