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2014 Australian Silver Koalas (1 Kilo, 32.15 ozs)


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Year: 2014
Condition: Brilliant Uncirculated
Weight (Au, Ag, Pt): 32.15 ozt
Purity: .999
Minted by: Perth Mint
Mintage: N/A
Face Value: AUD$30
IRA: Approved
Packaging: Plastic Case
Coins Per Tube: N/A
Sell to Us: Spot + $0.75/oz

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1+ $522.13 ea.
The koala is one of Australia’s most popular animals, accounting for the exceptional success of the Australian Koala series. In 2014, The Perth Mint releases four silver bullion coins portraying an adult koala with a spray of eucalyptus leaves. The Perth Mint's unbeatable minting experience and its use of advanced manufacturing technology contribute to the coins' reputation of being the highest quality in the world.

Struck by the historic Perth Mint from .999 pure silver, each coin's Australian legal tender status guarantees its weight and purity.

Perth Mint bullion coins are universally recognised as the most affordable means of purchasing gold bullion in the secure form of official, legal tender coins.

Perth Mint bullion coins are tangible assets that are beautiful to behold. Featuring stunning new artistry each year, they are admired worldwide and are highly collectable.

As well as annual design changes, the coins' restricted mintages create the potential for even greater investment return in the form of a numismatic premium.

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