The 6th overall release in the Australia at Night series is now available and features Leadbeater’s possum! These beautiful marsupials are tree dwellers and have earned the name “forest fairy” for their small size and agility as they leap among the branches. Today, 2022 1 oz Proof Niue Gold Australia At Night Leadbeater’s Possum Black Coins are available to you online at JM Bullion.
- Arrives with a display box and Certificate of Authenticity!
- Exquisite new release in the Australia at Night series!
- Limited mintage of just 150 gold coins!
- Contains 1 Troy oz of .9999 pure gold.
- Bears a face value of 100 Dollars backed by the government of Niue.
- The obverse field depicts a portrait of Queen Elizabeth II.
- On the reverse side of the coin is a trio of Leadbeater’s possums.
- Black Proof visuals with platinum plating.
When you order 2022 1 oz Niue Gold Australia At Night Leadbeater’s Possum Coins in this online JM Bullion listing, you will receive a beautiful specimen struck in .9999 pure gold. However, these are not your typical gold coins, as they include a stunning Black Proof finish as well as platinum plating on the reverse visuals. Each coin includes its own presentation box and Certificate of Authenticity.
Queen Elizabeth II features on the reverse side of 2022 Proof Niue Gold Australia At Night Leadbeater’s Possum Black Coins. The portrait was designed by Ian Rank-Broadley in 1998 and represents the Fourth-Generation portrait of the Queen used for coinage. Inscriptions along the edges read Elizabeth II, Niue 2022, 100 Dollars, 1 oz .9999 Gold.
A trio of Leadbeater’s possums are found on the reverse field of 2022 1 oz Proof Gold Australia At Night Leadbeater’s Possum Black Coins. They are shown on different branches of a tree and in the background, we see a stunning full moon. These details are highlighted by the coin’s exquisite platinum plating. The words Australia at Night and Leadbeater’s Possum are inscribed along the top.
The Australia at Night series launched in 2018 and is now seeing the 6th coin overall in the collection. If you’d like to start collecting this beautiful series, you have much to look forward to. Previous releases include the platypus, kangaroo, echidna, wombat, and dingo. The Leadbeater’s possum featured in the latest release is a tree dweller from Victoria, which is in southeast Australia. This endangered possum was discovered in 1867 and is named after the taxidermist John Leadbeater of the Museum of Victoria.
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