It’s an event every year when the Perth Mint reveals the design for the new Australian Gold Kangaroo 1 oz. bullion coin. Unlike the other major countries’ coins, the Aussies change the reverse side annually. As you see above, they’ve gone with a duo of ‘roos for 2018, the first they’ve done that since 2010 with the tussling boomers and 2004’s Jill and Joey. Yes, they do have their distinct vocabulary in the Land Down Under, and a distinct way of doing things. All power to them — the Perth Mint is doing very well with its bullion coins. They added a Silver Kangaroo two years ago and a Platinum Kangaroo this year and the response has been ripper! It helps, of course, that this innovative spirit is backed by .9999 gold and world-class anti-counterfeiting technology.
1 troy ounce (31.10 g.) of pure gold, with a coin diameter of 32.1 mm. and thickness of 2.8 mm. Face value of 100 Australian dollars, as shown on the obverse below the crowned effigy of Queen Elizabeth II. The reverse side of the 2018 bullion coin depicts 2 red kangaroos bounding across a sweeping-lines representation of the Australian Outback, below a full moon. The P hallmark for Perth Mint is found on the right side.
1 ounce Gold Britannia (King Charles III) - Tube of 10 - 2023 - The Royal Mint
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