Lunar Series II coins from the Perth Mint offer some of the greatest variety to precious metal enthusiasts. If you’re an avid collector, the proof versions are available in a variety of different styles. For the investor, silver and gold Lunar Series II coins feature .999 and .9999 purity, respectively in silver and gold. Today, the 2015 1 oz Proof Colorized Australian Silver Goat Coin is available from JM Bullion.
- Ships in a Perth Mint display box with a Certificate of Authenticity.
- Limited mintage of only 9,000 coins.
- 8th release of the Australian Lunar Series II coins.
- Honors the Year of the Goat.
- Contains 1 Troy oz of .999 pure silver.
- Face value of $1 (AUD) is fully backed by Australia’s government.
- Obverse features Queen Elizabeth II’s effigy.
- Reverse bears the Year of the Goat design.
Each of these 2015 1 oz Proof Colorized Australian Silver Goat coins is a colorized product that brings the 2015 Year of the Goat design to life on this limited-release series of proof coins. Only a 1 oz and 1/2 oz coin are available in the proof colorized range.
Your 2015 1 oz Proof Colorized Australian Silver Goat coin arrives in a Perth Mint black-and-red box, encapsulated within to protect the coin’s finish and sent to you in a Lunar Series II-themed shipper with full-color artwork for the Year of the Goat. There is also a numbered Certificate of Authenticity available.
These 2015 1 oz Proof Colorized Australian Silver Goat coins have a limited mintage of 10,000, but only 9,000 coins are available for individual purchase. The remaining 1,000 coins are reserved for a proof four-coin set for the 2015 Year of the Goat release.
On the obverse of all 2015 Year of the Goat coins you’ll find the effigy of Queen Elizabeth II. This right-profile portrait of Her Majesty was developed in 1998 by Ian Rank-Broadley, and is the fourth-generation depiction of the Queen since her ascension to the throne in 1952.
The reverse of all 2015 1 oz Proof Colorized Australian Silver Goat Coins bears the unique Year of the Goat design. For silver coins in the series, you’ll find a small herd of goats grazing on a mountainside. There is a male, female, and a young goat, all with different colors to their coat of wool.
Perth Mint is located in the city of Perth, Western Australia. Originally owned by the British Royal Mint, today the mint is a state-owned entity of Western Australia’s government and operates separately from the Royal Australian Mint.
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