Australian Koala 1oz silver coin Firmly established as one of Australia’s favourite collectable issues, the Australian Koala 1oz silver coin portrays delightful new artistry each year. Specimen Quality 99.9% Pure Silver The latest 1oz Australian Koala is struck from 99.9% pure silver in specimen quality. Iconic Koala Design The 2009-dated coin’s reverse design depicts an iconic image of a young koala sitting on a tree branch. Unique ‘Shimmer’ Background The reverse design, which incorporates The Perth Mint’s ‘P’ mintmark, appears on a unique ‘shimmer’ background. Australian Legal Tender Issued as legal tender under the Australian Currency Act 1965, the coin bears the Ian Rank-Broadley effigy of Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth II on its obverse. Mint-To-Order The 2009 Silver Koala is struck on a ‘Mint-to-Order’ basis only. Production will close on announcement of the 2010-dated coin, enabling The Perth Mint to declare its official mintage. Technical Specifications Silver Content (Troy oz) 1 Monetary Denomination (TVD) Fineness (% purity) 99.9 Minimum Gross Weight (g) 31.135 Maximum Diameter (mm) 40.60 Maximum Thickness (mm) 4.00 Coin Designer Darryl Bellotti Australian Koala 1oz Silver Coin The Perth Mint, Australia, has launched the 2007 Silver Koala as the first coin in a new series of iconic Perth Mint releases depicting Australia’s most endearing marsupial. Scheduled for release each year with a new design featuring a cuddly koala, this stunning series is designed to appeal to investors, collectors and gift buyers. This new Silver Koala coin is struck from 1oz of 99.9% pure silver in specimen quality and features on the reverse a cuddly koala clinging tenaciously to the branch of a gum tree. The image appears on a ‘shimmer’ background, a remarkable new effect developed exclusively by The Perth Mint. Issued as legal tender under the Australian Currency Act 1965, the 2007-dated coin bears the Ian Rank-Broadley effigy of Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth II on its obverse. The coin has a face value of 1 Australian Dollar but contains one ounce of pure silver This coin looks to be a very popular design, the Koala is a very popular Australian Icon with visitors and tourists and the 2009 Australian Koala 1oz silver coin is likely to become a firm favorite with coin collectors everywhere. Silver Australian Koala Coin Description The Australia Silver Koala coin is minted in sizes as small as one half ounce and as large as one kilogram. This one-kilo version is among the largest government-issued silver coin in the world. Design of the Silver Australian Koala The design of the reverse - or tails side - of the coin changes annually. The 2009 coin features a young koala holding onto a branch with a multifaceted background. The coin's obverse (heads) displays a bust of Queen Elizabeth II. This side also features the monarch's name, the word "Australia", and the face value of $30 (Aus). Silver Koala Coin Minting Information Silver Koala coins - like other gold and silver Australian coins - enjoy legal tender status via the Australian Currency Act of 1965. The Perth Mint is wholly-owned by the State Government of Western Australia and was founded in 1899. 2009 Australian Koala and Kookaburra Silver Coins Revealed The Perth Mint revealed their stunning and newly designed 2009 silver bullion coins this week that include the series of Australian Koala Silver Coins and Australian Kookaburra Silver Coins. Both coin series are legal tender, struck in 99.9% pure silver, include guarantees in weight and purity, and offer intriguing designs with differing sizes. Other common elements include the obverse or heads side design depicting Ian Rank-Broadley’s effigy of Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth II. In addition, both series have The Perth Mint’s traditional “P” mint mark, a 109 year-old symbol “embodying its commitment to minting excellence.” Collectors will not have to wait until 2009 to purchase these investor and collector bullion coins. October 1, 2008 is the worldwide release date. Australian Koala Silver Coins The 2009 Koala silver coins include the fractional 10oz, 1oz, and 1/2oz sizes. The reverse or tails side of the coin depicts a young koala — one of Australia’s most endearing animals, clutching a branch and surrounded by a contrasting, multifaceted background. There are no limits set for the 12 months the coins are minted. Australian Kookaburra Silver Coins The 2009 Kookaburra silver coins include the fractional 1 kilo, 10oz, 2oz, and 1oz sizes. The reverse or tails side of the coin has an inner ring that portrays the laughing kookaburra — a native bird synonymous with the Australian bush, clutching a tree branch. "THE AUSTRALIAN KOOKABURRA" inscription encircles the coin’s outer ring. An augmented ‘P20′ mint mark is etched on the reverse as well to signify the coin is part of the 20th annual issue. There is a limit of 300,000 coins for the 1oz size. No mintage limits are in place for the 1 kilo, 10oz, and 2oz sizes. Australian Silver Kangaroos Issued From: 1993 - Present These iconic coins enjoy great popularity with overseas collectors, the kangaroo is instantly identifiable and widely popular throughout the world. The Australian collectors spoiled for choice seem to neglect this series. Unlike most world 1 oz silver coins the standard of the Silver Kangaroos is extremely high. The Unc version is in fact a specimen issue coin, almost a "reverse proof". The low mintages especially when compared to the multi-million bullion coin issues of most countries make the kangaroos quite an attractive alternative. Silver Kangaroo Coin The Royal Australian Mint has been producing silver kangaroo coins for around 11 years and with the 2006 one dollar Silver Kangaroo proof Coin continues to uphold that tradition. Designer Wojciech Pietranik has created the boundless enthusiasm of Australia in the bounding kangaroo complete with a Joey (baby kangaroo) peeking out of her pouch. The mintage of this 99.9 percent fine silver one ounce coin is just 12500 and as these coins are always very much in demand they will soon be snapped up. On each obverse is the current effigy of Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth II, by Ian Rank-Broadley. Nominal Specifications Denomination $1 Metal Fine Silver (99.9%) Mass 1 Troy Ounce Diameter (mm) 40.00 Finish Proof Mintage 12,500 Designer Wojciech Pietranik Some collectors make a point of collecting each issue of the silver kangaroo coin and build up an impressive and valuable collection as a result. The silver kangaroo coin is sure to continue to be one of the best silver coins to collect for any coin enthusiast. Australian Silver Kangaroo Australian Kangaroo Silver Bullion Coins, the exclusive creation of Royal Australian Mint is regarded as one of the most fascinating silver bullion coins worldwide from the day of its first appearance. These series of frosted bullion coins are scrupulously shaped with one troy ounce of high quality silver. First emerged in the year of 1993 Kangaroo silver Bullion Coins alter the pattern each and every year, though the motif of kangaroo is retained unchanged. This enhancement and alteration is performed to make the Silver coins more alluring to the collectors and the investors as well. Australian Kangaroo Silver Bullion Coins not only enrich the Collectors port folio, but concurrently support the investors’ investment on silver at the time of inflation. The latest version of Australian Kangaroo Silver Bullion Coins is designed with distinctive features as the bordering kangaroo is engraved in a backdrop with Southern Cross stars. This pattern has endowed the Australian Kangaroo Silver Bullion Coins with an elegant modern outer look. Australian Silver Kookaburra With their first appearance in 1990, the mintage of 300,000 Australian Silver Kookaburra coins was traded five times in excess of the available supply – such was their demand. Procuring this sequence of reasonable priced Australian Silver Kookaburra is a pragmatic endeavor of investing on valuable Metal like silver. Bearing on the same motif, this highly admired bullion coin alter its form and pattern every year to allure the collectors and to compete with other counterparts. This amazing fabrication is worthy of collecting to enhance the Coin Collectors’ portfolio, while procuring Australian Silver Kookaburra is a good investment for an investor. The latest issues of 2007 silver kookaburra of all dimensions are designed with an Australian kookaburra hovering on a twig which is partly sunken in water. This is proclaimed that this 2007 motif is the most captivating of the kookaburra patterns yet. Kangaroo Silver Coin Struck from 99.9% pure silver in proof quality, this coin depicts a unique interpretation of a kangaroo – Australia’s best known marsupial. The design is enhanced with a coloured representation of the landscape. The Dreaming Series is the latest chapter in The Perth Mint’s prestigious Discover Australia coin program depicting iconic aspects of Australian wildlife, landscape and culture. Scheduled for release between 2009 and 2011, the beautiful new series comprises pure gold, silver and platinum proof coins depicting Indigenous designer Darryl Bellotti’s unique interpretations of 15 Australian animals. Proof Quality 99.9% Pure Silver This 2009 coin is struck by The Perth Mint from 1oz of 99.9% pure silver in proof quality. Australian Legal Tender The coin is issued as legal tender under the Australian Currency Act 1965. Kangaroo Design With Colour The coin’s reverse depicts a unique interpretation of a kangaroo – Australia’s best known marsupial. The design is enhanced with a coloured representation of the landscape. 2009 $1 Silver Kangaroo The 2009 Proof and Brilliant Uncirculated Silver Kangaroos from the Royal Australian Mint are the latest in the series which started in 1993 featuring the iconic symbol of Australia. This year's design by Ken Done features a kangaroo in silhouette. This is the longest running coin series ever issued by the Royal Australian Mint. The coins are struck in a hefty one full troy ounce of 99.9% silver and are a massive 40 mm in diameter. Available in Proof and Frosted Uncirculated versions. Only 20,000 of each were minted. 2008 Silver Kookaburra Because it's been used on the soundtrack of almost every jungle movie since Tarzan met Jane, this native Australian bird will be more familiar to you by its call than its image. This 2008 Kookaburra is the nineteenth in this very popular series of legal tender coins from Down Under. Each coin contains one full Troy ounce of 99.9% silver and is an impressive 40.6 mm in diameter. These are always popular with collectors who try to add every new release to their collections. Silver Koala coins 1 ounce. Koalas are certainly one of the most popular animals ever to appear on a coin. These .999 silver dollar sized Australian legal tender Koalas picture the beastie clinging to a an eucalyptus tree branch. The deeply faceted background imparts an unbelievable dimensionality. This is a very popular series with collectors because the Koala design changes every year. Koala silver 1 ounce coin. Australia 2009 Koala 1-oz Silver Brilliant Uncirculated Released by the Perth Mint, which creates some of the world's most beautiful and imaginative coins these days. The third silver issue in a popular series, this year's cuddly koala bear looks so appealing as he playfully clings to a branch, looking for a friendly face. The distinctive "shimmer" effect of the forest background lends an air of glamour and mystery. On the obverse side is a recent portrait of Queen Elizabeth II, with exceptionally fine detailing. Each Brilliant Uncirculated coin contains a full troy ounce of .999 pure silver.
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Gold Bullion Bar Perth Mint 1 oz, 999.9/. Rafinery: Perth Mint, Australia. Weight: 31.10 g. Fineness: 999.9/1000. Original package.
Australian Gold kangaroo Brilliant Uncirculated 1/4 ounce. Purity Au 99.99, weight 7,78g, diameter 20,6mm. Mintage 150.000
Australia, Koala 1/4 Oz Gold 2016, Face Value AUD 25, Fine Weight 7,76g, Fineness 999.9/1000, Diameter 20,60mm. Condition: Proof. Delivery: In capsule, with case and ribbon.