Founded in 1896 as a branch to the British Royal Mint, Perth Mint today is one of the largest minting plants globally, owned by the Western Australian government. Manufacturer of the iconic ‘Kangaroo’ gold and silver investment coins, Perth Mint also produce a popular lunar series and a range of sought-after collector coins.
One of the earlier editions of the now iconic product of the Perth Mint, the gold Australian kangaroo bullion coins. These coins initially featured gold nuggets on the reverse before the designs were changed to feature Kangaroos.
Australian legal tender
Limited mintage of 127, 051
Each coin is issued as legal tender under the Australian Currency Act 1965, the undisputed guarantee of its weight and purity. Internationally recognised and highly liquid.
The reverse depicts the iconic Kangaroo standing in the sunshine, while the obverse features Ian Rank Broadley's depiction of Queen Elizabeth II.
The coin is presented in a protective acrylic capsule.