The Perth Mint is excited to present a stunning array of new product releases for the month of May.
Treasures of the World is a beautiful new annual series of locket coins which highlights the world’s abundance of natural riches. Struck from 1oz of 99.9% pure silver in proof quality, the first coin features loose garnet encased in a transparent locket, representing the treasures of Europe.
The FIFA World Cup is the pinnacle of competition for any football fan. The Perth Mint is pleased to present a 1/4oz gold proof coin, the third official licensed product, for the 2014 FIFA World Cup Brazil™. Available in Australia only.
The 2013 Australian Sovereign Gold Proof Coin portrays The Perth Mint’s adaptation of the first Type I sovereign, originally struck by The Sydney Mint.
The fourth release in the exciting Birds of Australia series features the Rainbow Lorikeet. Living primarily in far northern and eastern Australia, the noisy Rainbow Lorikeet is an extremely brightly coloured parrot.
The irresistible 2013 Forest Babies coins feature stunning original artistry, capturing each creature’s innocence and playfulness. The three individual 1/2oz silver proof coin releases feature a juvenile Grey Wolf, Red Squirrel and Brown Bear. These three individual coin releases are also available to purchase as a bundle.
The Australian Kookaburra high relief coin is a prestigious and limited offering from The Perth Mint. The coin features delightful original artistry and is struck from 99.9% pure silver in proof quality. Available worldwide, excluding the USA.
Situated in Perth, Australia, Gold Corporation is one of the world’s leading precious metal refining, minting and value adding enterprises, providing high quality precious metal products and services to markets throughout the world. As operator of The Perth Mint, it is the issuer of Australia’s bullion coins and of an extensive range of high quality commemorative coins. It offers many options for the ownership of gold, silver and platinum, including storage options in its Depository. Still operating in its historic 113 year old premises, The Perth Mint is also a premier tourist destination in Western Australia and home to the largest coin in the world – the Australian Kangaroo One Tonne Gold Coin.