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Struck by the Perth Mint, these intriguing 2014 Kookaburra's are composed of 1 troy ounce of proof quality .999 fine silver.
Each Proof Silver Kookaburra will arrive in a presentation box with a beautifully illustrated outer shipper and a numbered Certificate of Authenticity.
Capture one of Australia's most popular coins with a 2014 1 oz Silver Proof Kookaburra from the Perth Mint.
The high relief version of the annual design features crisp detail and sharp lines. Composed of .999 pure silver, the proof coin also has a mirror finish.
The reverse features the cheerful kookaburra bird sitting in a gum tree, looking out at the viewer. The rim reads AUSTRALIAN KOOKABURRA and 2014 1 oz 999 SILVER. The reverse was designed by Natasha Muhl.
The obverse includes a portrait of Queen Elizabeth wearing her crown, with the words ELIZABETH II, AUSTRALIA and 1 DOLLAR.
The diameter of the coin is 32.6 mm.
Only 9,000 of these exclusive coins will be issued, so order your 2014 1 oz Silver Proof Kookaburra from Provident Metals today.
The Laughing Kookaburra
The kookaburra is an iconic Australian bird, known particularly for its call, which sounds like a human laugh. The sound has been immortalized in the children’s song, "Kookaburra," by Marion Sinclair.
The bird can grow to 18 inches in length, making it the largest in its family. Its sharp beak can grow as long as 4 inches, which it uses to catch snakes and insects.
Because of its early dawn and dusk calls, the kookaburra has the nickname “the bushman’s clock.” The bird can be found in outlying areas and suburban human developments.
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