The Perth Mint is a producer of the highest quality Australian collectible gold coins. They have an advance manufacturing technology and design artistry. They guarantee 99.99% pure gold from its weight to its purity. They have a wide array of gold coins to fit every collectors’ dream but in limited sizes, weights and finishes. Take a peek on their latest gold coin releases below:
2012 Discover Australia Gold Five-Coin Sets at The Perth Mint:
Five New Australian Animal Designs for 2012; Proof Quality 99.99% Pure Gold; Limited Mintage; Australian Legal Tender; Numbered Certificate of Authenticity; Presentation Packaging; Range of Coin Sizes; Coins Available Individually
The Green and Gold Bell Frog coin’s reverse depicts a Green and Gold Bell Frog resting on reeds. The inscriptions DISCOVER AUSTRALIA and GREEN & GOLD BELL FROG, The Perth Mint’s ‘P’ mintmark and the 2012 year-date are also included in the design.
The Red Kangaroo coin’s reverse depicts a mature Red Kangaroo in a bounding pose, set against a background of the central Australian outback. The inscriptions DISCOVER AUSTRALIA and RED KANGAROO, The Perth Mint’s ‘P’ mintmark and the 2012 year-date are also included in the design.
The Kookaburra coin’s reverse depicts a Kookaburra perched on a tree branch partially submerged in a river. The inscriptions DISCOVER AUSTRALIA and KOOKABURRA, The Perth Mint’s ‘P’ mintmark and the 2012 year-date are also included in the design.
The Goanna coin’s reverse depicts a Goanna in its habitat. The inscriptions DISCOVER AUSTRALIA and GOANNA, The Perth Mint’s ‘P’ mintmark and the 2012 year-date are also included in the design.
The Whale Shark coin’s reverse depicts a Whale Shark swimming through the ocean. The inscriptions DISCOVER AUSTRALIA and WHALE SHARK, The Perth Mint’s ‘P’ mintmark and the 2012 year-date are also included in the design.
The Perth Mint also produces a range of Gold Minted Bars which come in 5g, 10g, 20g, 1oz and 10oz sizes. Representing a remarkably convenient way to store physical gold all minted bars are priced at a dollar premium over metal.
The advantage of having Perth Mint coins is that it is a legal tender where in some countries it is not taxable, so importing can be cost effective. Buying gold bullion is now cheaper and easier than ever before. And it’s still, by a long way the safest way to own gold.
Gold bullion bars and Gold bullion coins are the two forms of Gold Bullion that is valuable precious metal that comes as gold or silver. Nowadays, savers quickly noticed the rarity of gold. God’s value has much been reliable in terms of its value as a money proxy. Gold is a popular investment because of its increasing value as a stock. People who appreciate the unique quality of gold demand more not just retention of purchasing power, but a multiplication of it.
What makes it gold bullion is simply that its value derives entirely from its precious metal content. This bullion is a product gold, and is handled as such in the vaults where the bars are stored. They don’t have the fine finish appearance as you sometimes see in photographs of mock bullion. The bullion is so soft that the bars are frequently scratched on their faces, and flattened on their edges and corners. Also you can see the finish is slightly dented where the bars have been stacked up on top of one another.
The magnetism of bullion gold coins is that they hold near full value regardless of either change of government or being transported outside their country of issue. Bullion gold coins are used as a substitute form of wealth storage to traditional currency. Gold coins are not rare, and their value is simply computed by multiplying their gold content and the gold price. There are coins on the other hand that are studied well and are rare coins which are considered collectibles. Gold coin prices are more volatile than bullion coin prices because their prices move both with the changes in value of bullion gold and with the emotions of coin collectors.