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The coin is struck by the Perth Mint from 1/10 oz of 99.9% pure silver. This coin is issued as legal tender and this coin is housed in a beautifully illustrated presentation card.
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With its weight and purity backed by the government of Australia, this 2013 Silver Koala is composed of a 1/10 ounce of .999 pure silver — an affordable way to add precious metals to your portfolio.
Each coin comes in an illustrated card featuring the beautiful image of a koala with a joey on her back, holding onto the branch of a tree.
The reverse of each 1/10 oz Silver Koala features the marsupial perched in the fork of a leafy tree. Inscriptions include the words AUSTRALIAN KOALA, 2013 1/10 OZ 999 SILVER, and the Perth Mint mark P.
The obverse of each 1/10 ounce Australian Koala features the image of Queen Elizabeth II. Inscriptions include the words ELIZABETH II, AUSTRALIA and the coin’s face value of 10 cents.
The 2013 1/10 oz Silver Koala is not only a smart investment, but the coin makes a thoughtful gift and collector’s items, too. Pick one up today using our secure online ordering system, and take advantage of the most timely, affordable shipping on the market.
History of the Silver Koala
The Perth Mint was established in 1899 after gold was discovered in local deposits. The mint struck gold and silver sovereigns until Great Britain abandoned the gold standard in 1931. It remained under British control until 1970, when it ceded to the State Government of Western Australia.
Considered legal tender under Australia’s Currency Act of 1965, Silver Koalas were first introduced in 2007. Thanks to annually-changing designs, they have grown to be one of the most highly acclaimed coins issued by the mint.
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