The Krugerrand is a South African gold coin, first minted in 1967. It is minted from gold alloy that is 91.67% pure. The coin is so named because the obverse bears the face of Boer statesman Paul Kruger, four-term president of the old South African Republic. The reverse depicts a springbok. Since 1980, Krugerrands have also become available in sizes smaller than 1 ounce. It has no face value.
|Mint||The South African Mint, South Africa|
|Purity||916,67 / 1000|
|Dimensions (diameter, thickness)||32,69 mm - 2,83 mm
|Gold Content||31,1035 g (1 Troy Ounce)
|Tax||Based on Art. 118 and Art. 119 of Value Added Tax Act (ZDDV-1) bullion gold is exempted from VAT in Slovenia.|