The Quokka is the latest native animal species from Australia to feature in a bullion coin collection from the Perth Mint. Introduced in 2020, the Quokka is set to follow in the footsteps of other major series from Perth by using new design elements on the reverse for each date mark. Today, 2021 1 oz Australian Quokka Silver Coins are available to you online at JM Bullion. Coin Highlights: Available to you inside acrylic capsules, rolls o... Read More
The world continues its wait for the newest James Bond film to drop in theaters and online, and while fans of the British secret agent wait, Perth Mint continues to celebrate the legacy of the series with silver bullion coins. Now, 2022 1 oz Colorized Tuvalu James Bond Series 007 Silver Coins are available to you for purchase online from JM Bullion. Coin Highlights: ... Read More
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One of the Perth Mint’s most popular new coin programs is the Australian Silver Emu. Introduced in 2018, this series offers some of the many trademark design and production features of other Perth Mint products, including new annual designs on the reverse and limited mintage figures. Right now, 2021 1 oz Australian Silver Emu Coins... Read More
As low as $12.49 per oz over spot!
The Perth Mint’s dragon-focused designs move from its Dragon-and-Phoenix and Dragon-and-Tiger releases of the last few years to an all-new collection. The Chinese Myths & Legends collection launches in 2021 from the Perth Mint with China’s most importa... Read More
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The third coin of the all-new Tuvalu Gods of Olympus Series is now available with the god of the underworld, Hades, featured on the reverse. This coin joins the revival of the Gods of Olympus Series in 2021 that has already seen images of Zeus and Poseidon appear on 2020-dated coins. Today, 2021 1 oz Tuvalu Gods of Olympus Hades Silver Coins are available to you online fro... Read More
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The platypus is an iconic symbol of Australia that has previously appeared on platinum bullion coins from the Perth Mint. The unique semiaquatic mammals have numerous distinct capabilities that have developed throughout its evolutionary history. This distincti... Read More
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75 years ago during the summer of 1945, the guns fell silent around the globe as World War II came to an end and the Allies emerged victorious over the Axis Powers in Europe, Asia, and the South Pacific. One of the most important alliances of the war was between the United States of America and Australia. The two nations banded together to defeat Imperial Japan and free co... Read More
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Australia is home to some of the greatest natural deposits of silver and gold that have been found in human history. A new commemorative gold and silver bullion release from Western Australia’s Perth Mint celebrates more than 100 years of production at the iconic Super Pit mine in Australia. Right now, 2019 1 oz Australian Silver Super Pit Coins are available to purchase online from JM Bullion. Coin Highlights: Arrives inside of individ... Read More
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The Perth Mint celebrates the 1969 accomplishment of landing mankind on the moon for the first time with a 2019 commemorative issue of gold and silver coins for sale. The collection features images of NASA’s crowning achievement of the 20th century and is available with limited mintage figures. Right now, 2019 1 oz Australian Anniversary of the Moon Landing Silver Coins ... Read More
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For nearly three centuries now, bulls and bears have been associated with the ebb and flow of financial markets. While the conversation over the origin of the two terms and the association with financial markets differs, many trace it back to the 1720s. Now, 2020 1 oz Australian Silver Bull and Bear Coins are available to you for purchase online from JM Bullion. Coin Hi... Read More
The pixiu is a powerful Chinese mythical creature known to serve as a protector of the practitioners of Feng Shui. These creatures, often incorrectly categorized as a “chimera,” are symbols of wealth. In Chinese culture, the creatures are accurately identified as having a lion’s body with wings on its back. The Perth Mint now features the pixiu in a new coin release ... Read More
The Perth Mint is expanding the number of Simpsons 1 oz silver coins available and starting with one of the fan-favorite characters. Host of his own show on television, Krusty The Clown is a celebrity in Springfield and a favorite of children in the series, especially Bart Simpsons. Today, 2020 1 oz Tuvalu The Simpsons Krusty The Clown Silver Coins are available to you onl... Read More
The Simpsons is one of the most well-known animated series on television around the world today. The five members of the family are all known to viewers of the show, with one of the most prominent arguably being the eldest child and only son: Bart. The Perth Mint has various Simpsons-themed silver coins for sale for investors and collectors in honor of the show’s 30th an... Read More
Enjoyed by viewers the world over for more than 30 years now, The Simpsons is an animated television show that debuted in 1987 as a 30-second cartoon short. Since 1989, the Simpsons Family has gone on to become arguably one of the most well-known American families ever, despite the fact they don’t exist in real life. Right now, 2021 1 oz Tuvalu The Simpsons Family Silver... Read More
The Perth Mint continues to expand its offering of .9999 pure silver bullion coins with a new native species now featured in a 1 oz silver collection. The Australian Silver Wombat launches in 2021 with a limited mintage available and joins the impressive array of Australian silver already available from the state-owned mint. Right now, 2021 1 oz Australian Silver Wombat Coins are available to purchase online from JM Bullion. Coin Highlights: ... Read More
From Sean Connery to Daniel Craig, countless actors have portrayed one of the suavest secret agents the world has ever seen: James Bond. Created by author Ian Fleming in 1953, Bond feature films have captivated audiences around the world since the debut of Dr. No in 1962. Since that film’s release, 23 more films have been released through the planned 2020 release of No T... Read More
The oceans of the world are littered with shipwrecks created by storms or resulting from collisions. One of the most infamous in Australia’s history was the Batavia, the flagship of the Dutch East India Company. The Royal Australian Mint has launched a new shipwreck series with the Batavia as its debut design. Right now, 2019 1 oz Australian Shipwreck Batavia Silver Coin... Read More
The Australian Shipwreck Series of gold and silver coins for sale from the Royal Australian Mint reaches its conclusion in 2021 with the release of a fourth and final coin. Available as the final design, the 18th-century ship known as the Zeewijk is featured in a release that boasts 1 oz silver, gold, and antique silver coins. Right now, 2021 1 oz Australian Shipwreck Zeew... Read More
The Australian Silver Emu is one of the latest issues in a long-running design theme featuring native Australian animals on silver bullion coins. The silver for sale in the Australian Emu Series boasts new designs on the reverse each year with limited mintage figures. Available from 2018, the series reaches its third release and third new design in 2020. Now, 2020 1 oz Australian Silver Emu Coins are available to you for purchase online from JM B... Read More
The Australian continent is home to the largest gold reserves in the world, with some estimates putting the total figure around 17% of the estimated gold reserves on the planet. Much of this is located in Western Australia, home to the Perth Mint. There’s a new silver coin for sale from the Perth Mint that celebrates the history of gold in the region with a design reflecting the largest gold nugget ever found in the area. The 2019 1 oz Australi... Read More
Among the most popular characters from the Marvel Comic Universe is the man known as Wolverine. Part of the X-Men series, Wolverine is the only character from the series to gain traction in independent feature films as the Marvel Comic Universe of characters made the move from the pages of comics to the big screen in the 21st century. Right now, 2021 1 oz Tuvalu Wolverine ... Read More
The Australian wilderness is home to a number of unique, endemic animal species you will only find natively on the continent. However, there are other wild animal species on the continent that may run outside the bounds of humanity at this point, but actually originated as domesticated animals. The Brumbies are a perfect example and now feature on a beautiful 1 oz silver coin from the Perth Mint. Right now, 2020 1 oz Australian Brumby Silver Coin... Read More
Inspired by its 2014 release of the Gods of Olympus Series, the Perth Mint is reviving the images of the major gods of Greek mythology in a new series of Brilliant Uncirculated and Antique silver coins for sale. The new collection in 2020 starts where the 2014 collection did with the image of Zeus. Now, 2020 1 oz Tuvalu Gods of Olympus Zeus Silver Coins are available to yo... Read More
Crocodiles are among the largest and most powerful native species in Australia. The saltwater crocodile is the largest of the species and often poses a danger to Australians when encountered in the wild. Right now, 2019 2 oz Australian Mother & Baby Crocodile Silver Coins are available to purchase online from JM Bullion. Coin Highlights: Arrives inside of prote... Read More
A new series of silver foils have been introduced by the Perth Mint honoring the upcoming James Bond feature films, No Time To Die. One of five theatrical movie posters replicated on silver foils, the No Time To Die foil release is accompanied by the movie poster designs from the other four films in which Daniel Craig played the lead role as James Bond. Today, 2020 5 Gram ... Read More
The variety of silver for sale has increased in recent years beyond just silver coins, bars, and rounds. One of the more recent introductions has been the silver foil. In many cases, silver foils are used to present full-color artwork in unique collectible pieces. The Perth Mint has captured the momentum in this product lineup with a new silver foil collection featuring or... Read More
James Bond has proven one of the most successful feature film franchises in the history of cinema. While other feature films captured billions at the box office in a single release or issued several films over the course of a decade or two like Marvel feature films, James Bond has been regaling audiences over the course of seven decades from the 1960s to the 2020s. Today, ... Read More
Skyfall was one of the unique releases in the James Bond feature film franchise. The 2012 release of the film was the 23rd in the franchise of Eon Productions films and the third film with Daniel Craig in the leading role as the British secret agent. The storyline of Skyfall built on some of the tenets of Casino Royale and Quantum of Solace. Now, 2020 5 Gram Australian Jam... Read More
The ninth coin released in the Perth Mint Marvel Series features one of a handful of anti-heroes to feature the Marvel Comic Universe. Wolverine was, in reality, one of the first anti-heroes from Marvel Comics and was based in the tough, anti-establishment culture that emerged in the United States following the Vietnam War. Today, 2021 1 oz Tuvalu Wolverine Marvel Series S... Read More
The Australian Kookaburra is one of the most recognizable bullion coins in the world today. The silver coins for sale in this collection regularly include 1 oz and 1 Kilo coins, with a high-relief proof issued in the 1 Kilo version on a regular basis. However, you’ve never seen the Australian Kookaburra quite like this. Now, 2020 2 oz Australian Mother and Baby Kookaburr... Read More
One of the most iconic native species from the Australian continent is the koala. Just one of a number of marsupials that call the continent home, the koala is a symbol of the uniqueness and beauty of Australia. Today, 2018 2 oz Australian Mother & Baby Koala Silver Coins are available to you online from JM Bullion. Coin Highlights: Arrives inside of protective... Read More
Released in 2015, Spectre was the fourth feature film in the franchise with Daniel Craig at the helm as the eponymous character, James Bond. Spectre was released just three years after Skyfall and was the second consecutive film directed by Sam Mendes. The Perth Mint’s silver foil series of James Bond movie posters come with all five feature films starring Craig as Bond.... Read More
The second issue of the latest Tuvalu Gods of Olympus Series from the Perth Mint is available with one of the most popular gods of Ancient Greek mythology again featured. For the second release, as was the case in the first series back in 2014, Poseidon comes after his brother, Zeus, in the series. Right now, 2021 1 oz Tuvalu Gods of Olympus Poseidon Silver Coins are avail... Read More
The Perth Mint is globally recognized for its production of gold, silver, and platinum bullion coins. Investors and collectors swoon for the quality and artwork of Perth Mint bullion, but the mint’s range of precious metals pieces isn’t limited to bars or bullion coins. Silver medallions are also a part of its vast lineup of products. Right now... Read More
In 1979, one of the greatest science-fiction horror films in history was released to theaters. Alien was directed by Ridley Scott and starred Sigourney Weaver in the leading roll about the crew of a commercial space tug coming into direct contact with an incredibly hostile alien creature. The Perth Mint celebrates the film’s 40th anniversary with an incredible silver foi... Read More
Throughout 2019, 2020, and now into 2021, the celebration of The Simpsons television show at the Perth Mint has delivered a range of beautiful designs. From colorized proof silver coins to Brilliant Uncirculated silver for sale, the Perth Mint has featured various characters from the long-running animated series. Now, the patriarch of the family is available on another new... Read More
The unique piece of silver for sale you’ve been looking for from the Perth Mint in 2021 is now available with the Tears of the Moon release. There’s no end to the one-of-a-kind features of this new 2 oz silver coin from Perth, with a domed, Perspex element on the reverse, an antique polish, and some of the most beautiful packaging ever created by the Perth Mint. Today,... Read More
Crocodiles are one of the many ubiquitous creatures found in the wilds of Australia. Viewed by many with fear for their impressive size and sheer brutality, the crocodile is a vital part of the ecosystem in Australia and is commonly associated with the country on the global scale. Now, 2019 10 oz Australian Mother and Baby Crocodile Silver Coins are available to purchase o... Read More
The Next Generation Series at the Perth Mint debuted in 2018 with a focus on showcasing the softer side of many native animal species from the Australian continent. Each design shows off the care a mother offers her young during the vital days of infancy. The collection comes with 2 oz silver coins on piedfort-style blanks and 10 oz silver coins. Now, 2021 10 oz Australian... Read More
The Australian Mother & Baby coins from the Perth Mint are part of a collection known as the Next Generation Series. The term next-generation points to the image of a mother showing love and compassion for its offspring, the next generation. In addition to... Read More
For well over a century, the skilled individuals at Perth Mint in Australia have crafted high-quality products, including both collectible bullion coins and circulation coins. In recent decades, one of their outstanding collectible series has been the mint’s Wildlife Series, which celebrates the unique and fascinating creatures that inhabit the Land Down Under.
One of the standout coins in the series, the Silver Kookaburra, was first produced in 1990. These coins, which are 99.9% fine silver, stand apart as true works of art. Other coins in the series, which are on par with the Kookaburra in terms of beauty, are produced for a more limited time. For example, the 2014 1/2 oz Australian Outback Coloured Coin Collection has a maximum mintage of 4,000.
Many of the silver coins in the series share the 99.9% purity level, though the sizes of the coins vary. The Kookaburra coins, for instance, are minted in four different denominations and sizes, ranging from one troy ounce to one kilogram in weight and from 40 millimeters in diameter to more than 100. Some other coins in the Wildlife series weigh as little as one-tenth of an ounce.
The stunning diversity of this series makes it attractive to investors, since they can choose the coins that fit their budget and their personal preferences.
The Perth Mint offers an impressive variety of long-running silver bullion coin programs focused on native wildlife. The Silver Kookaburra, Silver Koala, and Silver Kangaroo have a track record stretching back as far as three decades for the Kookaburra and more than 10 years for the Koala and Kangaroo. There are, however, newer programs that have come online from Perth Mint in recent years that are worth of their own hype and attention.
One of the latest entries is the Australian Silver Wedge Tail Eagle coins. This series depicts the Wedge Tail Eagle on the reverse of the coins. The Wedge Tail Eagle is the largest predatory bird in Australia and can also be found in southern New Guinea, as well as parts of Papua New Guinea and Indonesia. Perth Mint teamed up with former US Mint Chief Engraver John Mercanti to create the designs of the wedge tail eagle on these coins. Mr. Mercanti is the same man who designed the American heraldic eagle on the reverse of the American Silver Eagle and the image of the Statue of Liberty from the American Platinum Eagle, two of the United States Mint’s most important coin releases each year.
The Australian Silver Wedge Tail Eagle program launched in 2014. The 2014 and 2015 coins shared the same design. A new design was revealed in 2016 that was again used in 2017. However, the 2018 and 2019 coins in the series each had their own unique designs. Below is a breakdown of the designs and any other changes in the series:
Perth Mint’s focus on wildlife-themed annual releases continued in 2018 with the debut of a brand-new silver bullion collection. The Australian Silver Emu coin made its debut in 2018 with a low mintage cap of just 30,000 coins. Each one features 1 Troy oz of .9999 pure silver, in keeping with all other major silver bullion issues, and is set to depict the emu in a different relief on the reverse side each year.
The emu is the second-largest living bird in the world by height behind the ostrich, and it is endemic to Australia. The bird is the only extant member of the Dromaius genus and used to include three subspecies in the region: Tasmanian emu, Kangaroo Island emu, and King Island emu. The latter three subspecies all became extinct shortly after European settlement of Australian in 1788.
Details on the available issues in this collection to date include:
Among the newest collections from the Perth Mint, the Bird of Paradise Series includes both silver and gold bullion coins with each design release. Debuting in 2018, the coins have a new member of the Bird of Paradise family of bird species. This grouping includes 42 different species in 15 separate genera. Though the birds are distinct in their own right, most males regardless of specific species have beautiful plumage with elongated, elaborate feathers found either on the beak, wings, tail, or head.
The obverse designs in the series feature a right-profile portrait of Queen Elizabeth II. Like other coins released over the 2018-2019 date mark divide, the coins in this series feature Ian Rank-Broadley’s fourth-generation British design with a 2018 date mark and the latest Jody Clark design of Queen Elizabeth II for 2019 date marks. The new design is the sixth to appear on Australian coins during Elizabeth II’s reign.
For the reverse, the Perth Mint features a different species each year:
With the upcoming release of a 25th James Bond film in the theatrical franchise, the Perth Mint and other minting facilities around the world have been celebrating the fictional British spy. Introduced in 1953 by Ian Fleming, Bond originally featured in fictional novels by Fleming and two short-story collections. Those original novels were adapted for the big screen starting in 1962 with the legendary Sir Sean Connery in the leading role as James Bond. Between 1962 and 2020, 24 feature films have hit the big screen and the world continues to await the release of the 25th film, No Time To Die.
In anticipation of this release, the Perth Mint has issued two different types of silver bullion for investors and collectors. The first is a traditional form of silver, 1 oz silver coins available with two different designs as Brilliant Uncirculated silver coins and colorized silver coins. The other is a unique silver foil. A silver foil is a thin, pressed silver product with full-color graphics and photo-realistic images present. The James Bond Movie Poster Series features 5 Gram silver foils for each of the last five Bond feature films with Daniel Craig in the role of James Bond. These include:
Introduced in 2017 to coincide with upcoming feature films in the Marvel Cinematic Universe, the Marvel Series of 1 oz silver BU coins from the Perth Mint is an exciting collection that includes a total of nine distinctive designs through 2021. Each coin has an effigy of Queen Elizabeth II on the obverse and is issued with 1 Troy oz of .9999 pure silver on behalf of Tuvalu. The designs include the following releases:
In addition to the bullion release with mintages of 50,000 coins per design, the Perth Mint also offers these coins with a limited release of 1,000 silver coins in colorized presentation cards. The cards have the same image of the representative character on the reverse that is found on the reverse of the coin. The main difference is the colorization of the design on the card.
A beautiful series honoring mothers and babies in the wild, the Next Generation Series features wildlife species from the Australian wilderness on 2 oz silver blanks. The series is unique in its use of extremely thick blanks. Rather than turning to larger 2 oz silver blanks with a greater diameter to spread out the greater volume of silver, the Perth Mint uses a blank with the diameter of a 1 oz silver blank, but twice the thickness to create a chunky, heavy item.
Known as the Next Generation Series, the coins have an obverse design with an effigy of Queen Elizabeth II in right-profile relief. The 2018 debut featured Ian Rank-Broadley’s fifth-generation Australian design, with the coins as of 2019 offering the latest sixth-generation effigy from Jody Clark. The new design includes the Queen’s shoulders in the portrait with the George IV State Diadem Crown on her head. The reverse designs include:
Each one of the coins has 2 Troy oz of .9999 pure silver and comes with distinctive radial lines in the background field on both sides of the coin. As of the 2019 release, the coins in the Next Generation Series are also available in 10 Troy oz silver. The coins are in Brilliant Uncirculated condition with a maximum mintage of 75,000 coins per design in the 2 oz weight.
If you’d like to add silver bullion from these other Perth Mint series to your portfolio, don’t hesitate to contact JM Bullion customer service. You can call us on the phone at 800-276-6508, chat with us live online, or simply send us an email.