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Golden Mile to Super Pit – gold from Australia’s most famous outback mine used to create exclusive new coin for investors

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Harsh, arid and lonely. The Western Australian outback is an inhospitable place. Despite the difficult conditions, however, men have pursued their dream of finding gold in this challenging region for well over a century. At Coolgardie in the 1890s, their hopes were well founded, for nearby lay what would become ...



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No going backwards for the Australian Emu bullion coin series

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Following the success of our first gold and silver bullion coins portraying the world’s second largest bird, The Perth Mint is excited to unveil 2019 versions of the Australian Emu.

Featuring an appealing new reverse design, the coins depict a pair of emus in an arid Australian landscape. Superb detailing ...



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Australian Swan bullion coins eye third annual sell out

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Highly sought after for their charming theme and quality artisanship, Australian Swan bullion coins are back in 2019 with an endearing new design featuring a mother swimming gracefully with her baby cygnet.

In Australia swans are almost entirely black, save for white outer flight feathers of the wing. A startling ...



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Australian Bird of Paradise series enters second season

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The Perth Mint’s Australian Bird of Paradise gold and silver investment coins for 2019 depict the Trumpet Manucode, a species found in the unspoiled wilderness of Queensland’s Cape York.

Larger male birds measure around 31 centimetres. They have glossy blue-black plumage with elongated horn-like ear tufts and a mane of ...



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World's largest known nugget celebrated on bullion coins

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The Welcome Stranger is the world’s largest recorded natural gold nugget.

It was discovered in the Australian state of Victoria by two prospectors on 5th February 1869.

For their extraordinary find, John Deason and Richard Oates shared £10,000, a huge sum of money in those days.

Containing 2,268oz of ...



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