Australia 1 oz Gold Kangaroo/Nugget Coin BU (Random Year). In 1987, The Perth Mint introduced the Gold Nugget series, representative of the metal found in Australia. Starting in 1990, the coins have featured yearly changing images of kangaroos, adding collectibility to the coin's. Individual coins are packaged in protective packaging.
Obverse: Portrays the likeness of Queen Elizabeth II, as well as the coin's monetary denomination. Reverse: Will vary by year.
Includes the date, weight and purity along with a unique kangaroo or nugget design. Backed by the Australian government. Not only feature a classic design, they are also produced in limited mintages, creating a great collectible opportunity.Add this beautiful Gold coin to your cart today! Gold Nugget & Kangaroo Series. The Gold Nugget & Kangaroo Coin series was first introduced in 1987 by Gold Corp. An entity owned by the Western Australian Government. Today, not only are the. Available in the 1 oz Gold BU coin, but also in. As well as the large format Gold 1 kilo. Was changed to feature the kangaroo.
While the obverse of this series bears a portrait of Queen Elizabeth II each year, the 1 oz and fractional Gold sizes feature a yearly changing design of Australia's most recognizable animal. The 1 kilo Gold coin reverse remains consistent yearly with the iconic red kangaroo design.For products to qualify for a. They must exceed minimum fineness requirements as set by the IRS. 1 oz Gold kangaroo/nugget coins are eligible for. Note that these coins will come in. Condition, meaning that there will be no wear on the coin, though light contact marks and spotted surfaces are possible. Dates on these random year coins will be of our choosing and may or may not vary, determined by stock on hand. What is the different between investing in Australian Gold coins and Gold bars? Deciding to invest in Australian Gold coins or Gold bars really depends on your goals as an investor. Those who choose 1 oz Gold Kangaroos. May do so because they prefer to have Gold that represents more than just physical Gold.
Some prefer Gold coins, like Gold Nuggets, because the coins are aesthetically pleasing and have historical significance. While others prefer Gold bars over Gold Nuggets because Gold bars.
Are more utilitarian, and can usually be acquired at a lower price point than Gold coins. Add these Australian Gold coins to your cart, and enjoy the surprise of receiving Gold coins featuring any number of designs. While the 1 oz Gold Kangaroo has mostly featured a version of a kangaroo over the years, occasionally the design has featured wallabies and wallaroos. Of course, you may receive a Gold Nugget coins with the "Welcome Stranger" design based on the nugget discovered in 1869. Coins in this manner is considered fun by many collectors who enjoy the excitement of not knowing what they will get until they open their package.
The Gold Nugget series was introduced in 1986, only later featuring the red kangaroo as a more recognizable symbol for these.