Gold coins, introduced in Zimbabwe in July 2022 as one of the measures to stabilise the local currency by easing demand on the United States dollar, had mopped out $20 billion by 13 January this year.
A total of 25 188 coins had been sold with 84% being bought by corporates and only 16% by individuals.
Zimbabwe initially introduced one ounce coins but later printed smaller denominations to cater for those who could not afford the one-ounce coins.
Smaller denominations accounted for 38% of the sales.
The central bank said it will continue to avail gold coins on a demand driven basis as it seeks to promote a savings culture and provide alternative investment instruments to the public in the dual currency system.