Silver Quarter Ounce (1/4 oz), Coin Type from South Africa,
South Africa pioneered modern bullion coinage when it first issued the Krugerrand on 3 July 1967 to help market South African gold; it is the first modern bullion coin and is still issued today.. Gradually, the South African Mint started diversifying the range, first by issuing fractional Krugerrands, then by introducing different designs and metals, such as a silver quarter-ounce (1/4 oz) format.Buy Silver Bullion Bars and Coins online - Boksburg,,Add To Cart. Add to Compare. Add to Wishlist. Box of 500 x 1 Oz US Silver Eagle R362,500.00 R359,500.00. Add To Cart. Add to Compare. Add to Wishlist. White Cotton Gloves R70.00. Add To Cart.Coins of the South African rand - Wikipedia,A revised coinage series was introduced for 1965. Denominations included 1 ⁄ 2, 1, 2, 5, 10, 20 and 50 cents.Silver was replaced in coins by nickel.. Initially the coinage bore the portrait of Van Riebeeck, and later the State Presidents of South Africa (except F.W. de Klerk]]) or the South African coat of arms. The country name was given in Afrikaans, English or both.