The Australian Koala Series of bullion coins debuted from the Perth Mint in 2007. The first coins issued were silver bullion coins offered in investment-grade and proof collectible versions with each new design release. One year later, in 2008, Australian Koala gold bullion coins were also introduced, buth have been issued in much lower numbers in the years since. Provident Metals now offers Australian Koala 10 Gram Gold Coins from random years to you for online purchasing.
When you purchase an Australian Koala 10 Gram Gold Coin through this product listing, the products on offer come from random years in varied condition. The coins could be in brand-new condition, show minor production flaws, or showcase with varying degrees of wear and tear. Each coin will be housed in a protective plastic flip.
In this type of listing, we will select your coins for you at random after your payment has been processed. We are unable to guarantee a particular date mark or condition for the coin you receive. With Australian Koala 10 Gram Gold Coins, the designs change with the date mark. Please keep in mind you might receive coins from the same date with the same design in the same condition if you purchase multiples.
The obverse side of the Australian Koala 10 Gram Gold Coin comes with the image of Queen Elizabeth II. Her Majesty is shown in right-profile relief in all her portraits on Australian coinage. This particular design was created in 1998 by Ian Rank-Broadley for the Royal Mint of England and featured on Australian coins from 1999 to 2018. Designs and dates after that would feature the Jody Clark design.
On the reverse field of the Australian Koala 10 Gram Gold Coin is a depiction of the koala. This member of the marsupial family is often viewed as a docile, cuddly creature. However, when threatened the koala is capable of defending itself with razor-sharp claws that it otherwise uses to climb and cling to eucalyptus trees.
Australian Koala Gold Coins have, for the most part, been issued at random by the Perth Mint since being introduced in 2008. Sometimes the coins are produced as proof specimens instead of BU options.
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|P - Perth Mint
|Certificate of Authenticity
|.2948 Troy Ounce
|Orders over $199 Ship Free