Kangaroo 1 Oz (2022) - investment silver coin

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Kangaroo 1 Oz Silver 2022- Investment Silver Coin

Material.

Fineness: 999.9/1000

Weight: 31.1 g

Denomination: 1 AUD

Diameter: 40.6 mm

Country of origin: Australia

Mint: Perth Mint

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The Kangaroo 1 oz silver investment coins with kangaroo motif from the Australian Mint Perth minted since 1993 in absolute purity of the purest 99.99% silver weighing 1 oz are based on the famous gold investment coin under the same official name Australian Kangaroo. Perth Mint investment coins are among the most popular investment coins in the world.

Reverse

The reverse depicts the most popular kangaroo motif, which was first created in 1989. The letter "A" is engraved into the coin using a micro-laser technique to symbolise the first letter in the word Australia, which can only be seen under a magnifying glass, making this coin even more difficult to counterfeit.

Obverse

The obverse bears a portrait of Queen Elizabeth II and the inscriptions 'ELIZABETH II', 'AUSTRALIA' and the face value. The design also includes the initials of the artist, who is Ian Rank-Broadley ("IRB") until 2018 or Jody Clark ("JC") from 2019.

The coin has the status of Australian legal tender.

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ThePerth Mint was established in 1899 as a branch of the British Royal Mint. Western Australia's population grew rapidly in the 19th century (23,000 in 1869 and 180,000 in 1900) largely as a result of the discovery of gold in Kalgoorlie, Coolgardie and Murchison, which were regional colonies. The Mint remained under the jurisdiction of Britain until 1 July 1970, when it became a statutory body of the Government of Western Australia.

It is now owned by the Gold Corporation Group, which is wholly owned by the Western Australian Government. Gold Corporation has two main subsidiaries: Goldcorp Australia and Western Australian Mint (which includes Perth Mint). Perth Mint is responsible for refining precious metals, manufacturing gold bullion, industrial products and minting coins and other products. The Mint currently produces investment coins, investment gold bars, commemorative and numismatic coins.

The Mint has an excellent reputation for the outstanding quality of its production and is a major supplier of precious metal semi-finished products to other mints, including some of the world's other well-known mints. The Perth Mint is a refiner meeting the strict standards of the "London Good Delivery" standard and products are tradable on all major exchanges including Zurich, New York, Tokyo and Dubai.

The Perth Mint is now one of the world's elite mints.

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