Pay R1628.55 for a Grade MS-66 SARB R5 coin OR Pay R2895.20 for two Grade MS-66 SARB R5 coins OR Pay R3799.95 for thee Grade MS-66 SARB R5 coins (save up to 65%)
- Save up to 65% on Grade MS-66 SARB R5 coins
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- For every five sets bought, receive a free ungraded UNC coin in a coin-pouch
- Coins packaged in a leather slab display box
- Own a piece of South African history
- High growth and Return on Investment
- Invest in as many coins as you like
- Ideal as a gift
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Many people enjoy collecting vintage Batman posters and Pokémon cards. With some creative use of plastic coverings, Perspex boxes and a little luck, these collections can stay in relatively mint condition and one day be a conversation starter among other collectors. Conversely, a Grade MS-66 SARB coin will never be eaten by moths and has proven itself to be a lucrative long-term investment. Add some value to your display cabinets and save up to 65% on Grade MS-66 SARB R5 coins.
While some people collect vintage telephones or teddy-bears, most people agree that no stuffed bear is ever going to be as valuable as a rare coin. Not only are they a lower risk investment - the returns are much higher. Rare, graded coins are the preferred choice for investors, and amongst these is the MS-66 SARB coin. Graded by the Numismatic Guaranty Corporation, each rare Mandela coin has the metaphorical stamp of approval and is guaranteed to be a pristine treasure.
Unlike throwing a ball - which can only go so high before falling back town - the rare Mandela coins continue to defy the gravity of depreciation and the opinions of critics, maintaining their value. Without one of these coins in your investment portfolio, you're likely to feel a bit like the slow one in the race, and not only are they continuing to grow in value, they have an added bonus; they are momentos of South Africa's proud history.
Each picture on the coin is significant in that it depicts aspects of South African history and culture. Counter rotating from left to right is a currency note depicting Jan van Riebeek, one of the primary founders of South Africa; St. George killing a dragon illustrating defeat of evil; followed by the rare Mandela 90th Birthday coin commemorating a truly significant man of the twenty first century. The fourth is the commemorative coin of the endangered Black Rhino one of the most remarkable animals on the entire planet. The fifth depicts South Africa’s national flower, the King Protea; and two sparrows sit in solitude on the six coin. The large number five is the seventh, representing the value of the coin.
Rare fact: During a trip to New York, a famous coin collector managed to procure a vintage ’76 South African R75 coin. The coin featured a Pineapple under a sea made from strips of paper and was valued to be worth more than the Mona Lisa.