The Australian Kookaburra Series is available from the Perth Mint on an annual basis. While the silver bullion coins are widely-known, the series also offers popular gold bullion weights. Among those options, you will find a 1 oz gold coin and 1/10 oz gold coin. Each year, the Australian Kookaburra has a new reverse design. Right now, 2021 1/10 oz Australian Gold Kookaburra Coins are available to purchase online from JM Bullion.
- Arrives inside of individual protective capsules!
- 32nd year for Australian Kookaburra Series coins!
- Limited mintage of only 15,000 coins!
- Contains 1/10 Troy oz of .9999 pure gold in BU condition.
- Bears a face value of $15 (AUD) backed by the federal government of Australia.
- The obverse side of the coin features Queen Elizabeth II.
- On the reverse field of the coin is a kookaburra on a branch.
- Design from Aleysha Howarth.
Each of the 2021 1/10 oz Australian Gold Kookaburra Coins available in this product listing comes with an individual protective capsule. These coins are offered in Brilliant Uncirculated condition and share the new reverse design of the kookaburra from the silver bullion series. The artwork was created by Aleysha Howarth.
The Australian Kookaburra Series debuted in 1990 at the Perth Mint. The coins are available annually in both silver and gold. The Perth Mint sustains the long-running popularity of the coins by offering a new reverse design each year depicting the kookaburra, the largest member of the kingfisher species.
The obverse side of 2021 1/10 oz Australian Gold Kookaburra Coins comes with a depiction of Queen Elizabeth II. Her Majesty is found here in the sixth-generation Australian portrait for national currency. Created by Jody Clark for the Royal Mint of England in 2015, this modified bust of the Queen includes the full neckline and shoulders of Her Majesty, a first on Australian coins since 1966. In this design, the Queen is wearing the George IV State Diadem Crown.
On the reverse face of 2021 Australian Gold Kookaburras, you will find the latest imagery of the kingfisher species. The kookaburra in this design is shown seated on its perch on the branch of a gum tree. The seed pods of the gum tree are shown blooming below the branch.
The Perth Mint is Australia’s oldest operating mint. Opened in 1899, it was intended to serve as the third Royal Mint branch facility alongside the Sydney Mint and Melbourne Mint. It only briefly served in that full capacity, offering coinage to the nation after federation and now operating as a state-owned entity of Western Australia.
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