Australian Silver Koala MS70 2011 Coin By Andrew Gallop Coin Of The Month Club
There is no question that the Australian Koala is called one of the beautifulest silver coins ever minted in a series.
Because of the design being changed every year, this causes the demand be very high for the Silver Koala as it has become very popular with collectors all over the world.
This coin was first introduced in 2007 and has become very appealing to old and young alike.
On the 2011coin, you find a young one in the fork of a tree with an adult relaxing watching over it as it starts to climb up a limb. This coin is minted in 99.9% pure silver and frosted exquisitely, the design is delicate on the table for the 2011 coin which enhances the shiny likeness of the Koala.
Having a plain background which contains inscriptions showing a .999 purity as well as the bullion weight of the coin. There is clearly visible to the right of the little Koala the Perth mint-mark.
On the obverse of the coin, which always remains constant, is featuring a portrait of Queen Elizabeth II which was designed by artist Ian Rank-Bradley, also including the Australian face value.
Being one of the most trusted mints in the world the Perth Mint has distinguished itself with very artful coins these being eagerly sought-after by numismatic collectors the world over.
Weighing in at 31.135 g , having a diameter of 40.60 mm, with a thickness of 4.00 mm and a purity of .999 fine silver.
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