1 Oz Australian Kangaroo 99.99% Gold Coin 2024 - PRE-ORDER

The coin incorporates an authentication feature on the reverse. In the form of a micro-laser engraved letter, it is only detectable under a magnifying glass.
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Product Details

1 Oz Gold Kangaroo Year 2024 .9999% Perth Mint

Country: Australia, Mint: Perth Mint, Diameter: 32.6 mm, Thickness: 2.95 mm, Weight: 31.10g, Purity: 99.99% Au Fine Gold (24 karat)

Product Details

The coin incorporates an authentication feature in the form of a micro-laser engraved letter. Detectable under a magnifying glass, it is designed to make it significantly more difficult for the coin to be counterfeited.

The Australian Kangaroo 2024 1oz Gold Bullion Coin is subject to an unlimited mintage, however production will close at the end of 2024, after which The Perth Mint will declare the coin's final mintage number.

Coin Highlights:
  • Contains 1 Oz of .9999 fine Gold.
  • Comes in a protective acrylic capsule.
  • Obverse: All coins from the 2024 Australian Kangaroo Bullion Coin Series depicts the Dan Thorne effigy of His Majesty King Charles III, and the monetary denomination.
  • Reverse: The 2024 design portrays a large kangaroo about to jump over a parched creek bed. The exceptional art includes a windmill and water storage tank, vital infrastructure on rural properties across the country. As well as coin’s weight and fineness, the design includes a ‘P125’ mintmark, signifying The Perth Mint’s 125th anniversary.
  • Guaranteed by The Perth Mint.

With a tradition dating back to the 1980s, the Australian Kangaroo is a trusted bullion coin series featuring imagery of the iconic animal that takes its name from the Guugu Yimithirr word ‘gangurru’. First Nations people have a relationship with the kangaroo dating back tens of thousands of years. Today, it is recognised internationally as Australia’s definitive animal emblem.


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