Australia: 1 AUD 2023 - 1oz .9999 Ag BU - KOOKABURRA

Australia: 1 AUD 2023 - 1oz .9999 Ag BU - KOOKABURRA (AU0990X002443) by
Australia: 1 AUD 2023 - 1oz .9999 Ag BU - KOOKABURRA (AU0990X002443) by
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Australia: 1 AUD 2023 - 1oz .9999 Ag BU - KOOKABURRA (AU0990X002443) by
Australia: 1 AUD 2023 - 1oz .9999 Ag BU - KOOKABURRA (AU0990X002443) by

The Kookaburra 2023 is the 34TH coin in a series of investment silver coins minted by the Australian Perth Mint Mint since 1990. The series is interesting because every year changing motive, low mintages for investment coins and excellent minting quallity.

They are packed in capsules already in the mint, so they are safe from damage during handling, which outweighs the slightly higher purchase price. Customers appreciate this, that is why the series has gained recognition and popularity over the years among numismatists and investors around the world, who value originality and beauty in coins, in addition to quantity.

Also this year, the silver coins have an additional protective feature that makes counterfeiting more difficult. This is the P mintmark in the letter B of the Kookaburra inscription.

Australia: 1 AUD 2023 - 1oz .9999 Ag BU - KOOKABURRA
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  • -  Product code: AU0990X002443
  • -  Weight used for delivery calculation: 0.049kg
  • -  The price does not include shipping costs.
    -  VAT is included in the price.

    It is charged at a rate of 22% (general rate)

1954- | Australia 1954- | Australia
Composition individual product
Main metalSilver (Ag)
Weight (troj.oz)1 oz t
Weight (grams)31.1 g
Purity (✕/1000)999.9/1000
SeriesAustralian Kookaburra
Coin in series34
Denomination1 AUD
ManufacturerPerth Mint
Minting techniqueBU
Diameter40.60 mm
Thickness2.98 mm
EmperorElizabeth II (1952-2022)
PackigingOriginal protective capsule
Actual photo?No, symbolic by the manufacturer
Item typeCoin
The Australian Perth Mint is located in the city of Perth on the west coast of Australia. It started operating on June 20, 1899 as a branch of the English Royal Mint from London. It was founded in order to refine the large quantities of gold obtained during the gold rush. From this they then minted gold Sovereigns for the British Empire. In 1987, an Act of Parliament established the Gold Corporation, which, in partnership with the Commonwealth of Australian Treasury, became the new operator of the Perth Mint. They focused on minting and marketing gold, silver and platinum Australian coins to investors and collectors worldwide. After the renewal of the business model, The Australian Nugget gold coins, the predecessors of today's Kangaroos, entered the market. In the first day of trading alone, they achieved sales of 155,000 oz t gold coins, which is 4.8 t of pure gold. Today, the Perth Mint continues to provide precious metal refining. It produces many series of precious metal coins for investors and collectors around the world. Among them are the gold series of coins Kangaroo, Lunar III, Brumby, Emu and the silver series of coins Kookaburra, Koala, Lunar III, rectangular Dragon, Emu, Wombat, Swan, Brumby,... .