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Each 2014 Gold Kangaroo contains 1/10 troy ounce of .9999 fine gold and arrives in its original Australian Perth Mint plastic capsule.
A worldwide mintage limit of 200,000 coins has been set by the Perth Mint for this issue of the Gold Kangaroo.
Add some kick to your investments with the 2014 1/10 oz Australian Gold Kangaroo from Provident Metals. Struck at the Perth Mint, each coin is composed of 1/10th troy ounce of .9999 fine gold.
The Kangaroo has a worldwide mintage of 200,000 and each will come packaged in an original Australian Perth Mint capsule.
In its classic pose, a muscular Kangaroo stands before an Australian landscape of wildflowers, trees and hills. The marsupial is encircled by inscriptions of AUSTRALIAN KANGAROO and 2014 1/10 oz 9999 GOLD.
Ian-Rank Broadley’s portrait of Queen Elizabeth II is featured on the obverse. ELIZABETH II, AUSTRALIA and 15 DOLLARS is inscribed.
Appearing on national emblems and currency, the Kangaroo is known as Australia’s unofficial symbol. Despite their popularity and amid controversy, wild kangaroos are often shot for their hides and meat, which is said to be healthier than traditional meats.
Diversify your pouch, er, portfolio when you invest in the 1/10th oz Gold Kangaroo today. Use our safe and secure online purchasing system and your order will arrive in just days.
The Perth Mint was established in 1899 soon after gold was found in local Australian deposits. It remained under control of Great Britain until Australia took ownership in 1970. The Government of Western Australia authorized the mint to produce legal tender coins, numismatic coins and bars, and investment-worthy precious metals.
Today, the Perth Mint manufactures almost all of the nation’s legal tender bullion coins in its state-of-the-art facility. The mint garnered attention in 2011 when it produced the world’s largest and most valuable asset — a $1 million coin weighing 2,230 pounds.
|Gold Content||0.10 troy oz|
|Composition||.9999 Fine Gold|
|Availability||Out of Stock|