Kookaburra 1 Kilo Silver Coin 2013
|One Piece Available!Weight:||1,000.00 g|
|Mint:||The Perth Mint|
|Grading:||Extremely Fine - Circulated|
|Packing:||Single in plastic capsule|
|Tax:||Taxfree acc. to article 17/1)3 Est. VAT Act|
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The 1 kilo Kookaburra Silver Coin is minted from the famous Perth Mint in Australia. The Kookaburra Silver Coins are available in different sizes which include 1, 2, 5, 10 Ounce and 1 kilo.
In keeping with design rotations for its other bullion coins, the reverse designs change annually, always featuring a Kookaburra, an Australian native bird.
1 kilo Kookaburra Silver Coin Value
All Kookaburra coins are legal tender coins under the Australian Currency Act 1965. The real value of course is measured in the content of the coin’s pure silver content which is 1,000 grams. The Kookaburra has a fineness of 999 with a face value of 30 Dollar.
Production and Design of the Kookaburra Silver Coin
The Perth Mint is part of Gold Corporation an autonomous institution wholly owned by the Government of Western Australia. The Perth Mint is located in the centre of the city of Perth, the capital of Western Australia.
The Perth Mint has manufactured gold coins since 1899. The Perth Branch manufactured its first gold coin, a British sovereign, in 1899. Over the next 32 years until 1931, it issued more than 106 million sovereigns and nearly 735,000 half sovereigns, all with the distinctive “P” mintmark. The success story continued with minting decimal coins until 1984. In 1987 the Perth Mint was culminated into Gold Corporation and then expanded its range of precious metal products. In addition to gold bullion coins the Perth Mint also mints silver and platinum bullion coins (1988) adding palladium in 1995.
The Kookaburra Silver Coins were introduced in 1990 in various sizes such as 1oz, 5oz, 10oz and 1 kilo.
The design on the coins changes annually in order to offer a supplementary collectable dimension.
All coins are packaged individually in a durable acrylic case to protect it from rough handling.
The inscriptions of the Australian Kookaburra Silver Coin:
- Elisabeth II
- 30 DOLLAR
- Australian Kookaburra
- 2013 1 KILO
- 999 Silver