2023 Gold Coins

Our range of 2023 gold coins includes two designs of the 1oz Britannia Gold Coins featuring portraits of Queen Elizabeth II and King Charles III (by The Royal Mint), the Australian Kangaroo (from Perth Mint) and the South African Krugerrand (by Rand Refinery).

When you order any of our 2023 gold coins, your order will be securely sent to you via special courier, fully-insured door-to-door so your coins arrive safely.

Would you like any more information? You can simply click on any of the 2023 gold coins below or call us on 0207 058 4653.



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PCGS 2023 1oz Gold South African Krugerrand MS70

2023 1oz Gold Krugerrand MS70 Mint State 'Perfect' MS70: The Perfect Coin. No microscopic flaws visible to 8x, the strike is sharp, perfectly centred and on a flawless planchet. The coin is bright, full, original lustre and outstanding eye appeal. PCGS Population Worldwide:
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PCGS 2023 1oz Gold South African Krugerrand MS69

2023 1oz Gold 'Krugerrand' MS69 Mint State 'All but Perfect' MS69: Un-Circulated with perfect lustre, sharp, attractive strike and very exceptional eye appeal. A perfect coin except for microscopic flaws (8x magnification) in planchet (pre-strike), strike or contact marks. PCGS Population Worldwide:
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Why People Buy 2023 Gold Coins From Direct Bullion

People choose to buy their 2023 gold coins from Direct Bullion because we are the only bullion supplier to meet all 4 critical requirements:

1. Rated UK’s No.1*

We are proud to be rated the UK’s No.1 Bullion Dealer from the respected Bullion Directory. In addition, we have won multiple awards for service excellence and are independently rated at 4.8 out of 5.

2. Smooth, secure delivery

For your complete peace of mind, all items are fully-insured for delivery and with door to door tracking. All items are delivered by reputable courier companies giving you confidence every step of the way.

3. Expert information

You have unlimited access to our friendly specialists who are on-hand to answer any questions you may have to help maximise your results and achieve your objectives.

4. Ongoing support

You will be assigned your own personal gold specialist who will work for you to keep you up to date with your gold, its growth and the financial markets. You will also receive a complimentary subscription to our exclusive publication, InFocus (worth £299 per year).

This combination - only from Direct Bullion - has led to a long-standing reputation for integrity, professionalism and care, which has cemented the Direct Bullion position as one of the world’s go-to services for purchasing 2023 gold coins.

Our team of gold experts are on-hand to help you every step of the way in your purchase of 2023 gold coins. You can simply call them on 0207 058 4653. Naturally, you can also purchase any of the above 2023 gold coins from our secure website.

Why Gold Increases in Value

Gold has increased in value by an average 12.5% per year from 2005-22 (Source: Goldprice).

There are many factors that drive the price with each individual factor able to propel the value of gold upwards by itself. Yet often, these factors work at the same time to drive even further growth.

  • Interest Rates

    Gold can benefit from both lower and higher interest rates. Lower interest rates suggest a weaker economy, which can turn people away from stocks and shares and towards gold. 

    Meanwhile higher interest rates can lead to more mortgage defaults, etc. which can push people towards gold as a form of wealth insurance.

  • Inflation

    As goods and services become more expensive, your cash buys less and less. As a result, if your earnings and investments are not keeping up with inflation then unfortunately you will be getting poorer.

    As inflation damages the value of cash, many people are inspired to move their wealth into gold for added protection.

  • Uncertainty

    At times of national or international uncertainty (created by the political, social, economic, etc. situation), people naturally want to reduce their risk and protect what they have.

    As gold is considered a safe-haven asset, this uncertainty can increase the demand for gold, and therefore increase its price.

  • Supply

    Gold is a finite resource. When compared to the 19702, 80s, and 90s, far fewer 50+ million, 30+ million or 15+ million ounce gold deposits are now being found, with mining production having levelled since 2016 (source: Investopedia). 

    This decrease in gold supply can then lead to higher gold prices.

  • Currency Movements

    The price of gold is dollar denominated. As a rule, when the dollar is weaker, relative to other currencies worldwide, the price of gold tends to increase in US dollar terms. This is because people want to move their wealth away from the dollars and into gold.

  • Versatility of Gold

    Gold has many uses beyond becoming coins or bars - the jewellery market accounted for 55.4% of the global gold demand in 2022.

    The gold jewellery material segment is projected to register the fastest growth of the entire jewellery market from 2022 to 2030 (Source: Statista). This strong demand for gold can then contribute to the overall increase in gold prices.

These factors can have a significant impact on gold coins over time.

The Tax-Free Benefits of 2023 Gold Coins


One of the reasons why 2023 gold coins are so popular is that they can provide numerous tax benefits.

  • 22k and 24k gold coins are VAT-free, enabling you to protect more of your wealth with gold
  • All 2023 gold coins supplied by Direct Bullion are VAT-free
  • The 2023 UK gold coins supplied by Direct Bullion are Capital Gains Tax-free to UK residents so you keep all the profits from your smart decision

These tax benefits exist because 2023 gold coins are regarded as legal tender and are viewed as a form of currency. If you were to present a 2023 gold coin to the bank, the coin would be classed as being worth its face value, e.g. £100, rather than its retail value.

When it comes to 2023 gold coins obviously the metal content is more valuable than the face value - this is the complete opposite of the standard-issue £2, £1, 50p, 20p, 5p, 2p and 1p coins where the metal value is miniscule (even less than their face value).