Silver Kangaroo Coins in Utah. Buy or Sell
Silver Kangaroo Coin
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The Silver Kangaroo Coin is minted in Australia by the Royal Australian Mint. Also, the Continent is known for its precious metals mines, including Silver. And, the one troy oz Coin is a beautiful example of what those mines can produce.
Minted in .9999 pure silver bullion. Because, Australia is part of the British Commonwealth the bullion coin has the image of the currently ruling British Monarch on the Front. And, the famous red kangaroo is on the back of the coin. Also, To deter counterfeiters, a micro-A is engraven in the large A that spells out Australia.
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Silver Kangaroo Coins in Utah and the Perth Mint
Silver The Perth Mint is a government-owned mint located in Perth, Western Australia. It was founded in 1899 as a branch of the British Royal Mint, and since 1970 has operated as an independent entity under the ownership of the Government of Western Australia.
The Perth Mint is primarily responsible for producing gold, silver, and platinum bullion coins and bars, as well as commemorative coins and medallions. It is one of the largest refiners of newly mined gold in the world, processing around 90% of the gold produced in Australia. The mint’s products are highly regarded by investors and collectors for their quality and purity.
In addition to its bullion operations, the Perth Mint also operates a retail shop and museum, which showcases the history of the mint and its role in the development of the Western Australian gold industry. The museum includes displays of historic gold nuggets and coins, as well as exhibits on the mint’s current operations and the process of refining and minting precious metals.