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Finland to showcase 100 kilo gold coin

The Bank of Finland's museum is to display the world's largest gold coin for one day only.

The 100 kilo coin, which is worth C$1m ($1m), is 51cm in diameter and is 99.999% pure gold. The coin belongs to Jewelers Trade Services Partners, a London-based bullion dealer.

The Canadian Royal Mint minted the coin, of which only five were ever made. It will be placed on display on Wednesday 4 June from 1pm to 4.30pm.

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