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100 Euro Goslar 1/2oz Gold Coin 2008 | Germany


2,000.00 €

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The 100 Euro Goldmünze Goslar 2008 has a fine gold content of 999.9/1000, with a fine weight of 1/2oz. The gold coin is delivered in gift box with certificate.

Goslar is a historic city in Germany that was added to the UNESCO World Heritage site in 1992. The commemorative coin honors the city of Goslar and depicts its famous cathedral and the Rammelsberg mine.  

Each year the motif on the 100 Euro Gold coin changes to celebrate some aspect of German history or culture. These coins are an excellent choice for both investors and collectors to consider.

Fine Weight, Fineness and Mintage

The circulation of the 100 Euro Goldmünze Goslar 2008 amounted to just 64,000 pieces. The fine weight of 1/2oz corresponds to 15.55g fine gold. The fineness is 999.9/1000, as is the case for all coins of the German Gold Euro series. Their issue price was 339 Euros in 2008.


Like all gold coins of the series, the Goslar has an edge bar and a rippled edge. The edge bar gives the coin stability, improves stackability, and protects the motif. The coin was designed by the German engraver Wolfgang Theodor Doehm.


The front predominately depicts the market church of St. Cosmas and Damian, with its two towers. In the foreground you can see the wide gate of Goslar. The right side features the Rammelsberg and its mines.

The design also details mining buildings and a water wheel. Furthermore, a typical landscape is visible in the background. The inscription on the upper side reads "Altstadtbergwerk Rammelsberg" and "Goslar". At the bottom of the coin the words "Unesco Welterbe" are embossed which translates to “Unesco World Heritage”.


The reverse side, like the front, is redesigned annually. It shows as the main motif the German Federal Eagle and 12 stars which stand for the European Union. The inscription is “Bundesrepublik Deutschland 200” which translates to "Federal Republic of Germany 2008". On the bottom of the coin "100 Euro" and the mint mark “J” is shown.


100 Euro Gold coins with a fine weight of 1/2oz have been issued annually by Germany since 2002.  The motif usually depicts sites of the UNESCO World Heritage in Germany. The old town of Goslar and the Rammelsberg mine was added to the UNESCO World Heritage in 1992.

In addition to 100 Euro Gold Coins, a 200 Euro gold coin with a circulation of 100,000 pieces was issued in 2002 by the German Treasury. It has a fine weight of 1oz and a fine gold content of 999.9/1000.


Name: 100 Euro Goslar 2008

Year of mintage: 2008

Country: Germany

Publisher: Federal Ministry of Finance

Fine content: 999.9/1000

Fine weight: 1/2oz

Denomination: 100 Euro

Metal Gold
Form Gold Coin
Country of Origin Germany
Manufacturer Verkaufsstelle für Sammlermünzen der BRD
Series 100 Euro
Purity 999.9/1000
Fineweight 15.55 gram
Gross Weight 15.55 gram
Grade Brilliant
Condition Circulated
Face value 100 Euro
Thickness 1.65 mm
Diameter 28.00 mm
Mintage 200000
Packaging Capsule with Certificate and Etui
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