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This 2014 Koala is the fifth coin in the Australia Map Shaped Coin series from The Perth Mint.
This colored coin is struck from 1 troy ounce of .999 pure silver and has a limited mintage of only 6,000 worldwide.
Each Australia-shaped Koala coin will arrive encapsulated in a grey presentation case and custom designed beauty box along with a numbered Certificate of Authenticity.
The fifth coin in the Perth Mint’s Australia Map-Shaped Coin Series, investors and collectors can now purchase the 2014 1 oz Silver Map-Shaped Koala. Composed of .999 pure silver, the coin celebrates one of Australia’s most iconic creatures, along with the island-continent’s distinct shape. The reverse of each coin features a mother koala with a joey on her back, in front of a colorized view of the Outback. It is inscribed with the words KOALA, 1 OZ 999 SILVER and 2014, along with its mint mark, P. The obverse features a portrait of Queen Elizabeth II, along with the inscriptions ELIZABETH II, AUSTRALIA 2014 and 1 DOLLAR encircling her head. Each coin comes in a grey presentation case and custom shipper with a numbered Certificate of Authenticity. No more than 6,000 of the 1 oz coins will be released by the Perth Mint, so get yours while supplies last. Order your 2014 Map-Shaped Koala from Provident Metals today.About the Perth MintThe Perth Mint was founded in 1899 after gold was discovered in Australian deposits. The newly-established mint struck gold and silver sovereigns until Great Britain abandoned the gold standard in 1931. The mint remained under British ownership until July of 1970, when it ceded to the state government of Western Australia. Today, the Perth Mint produces nearly all of the nation’s legal tender bullion coins in its state-of-the-art manufacturing facility.
|Composition||.999 Fine Silver|
|Series||Australian Map Shaped|