Australian Silver Kookaburra

Australian Silver Kookaburra
Australian Silver Kookaburra
A lot of coins have become increasingly popular and in demand over the years, which may be contributed toward a few different things; rareness, scarcity, value, and investment potential. The Australian Silver Kookaburra, minted by the Perth Mint, is one such coin that has managed to catch the eye of many enthusiastic collectors the world over. These coins are each .999 fine silver. The sizes that the Australian Silver Kookaburra are created in are the 1 kilogram, 10 ozt. (troy ounce), 2 ozt., and 1 ozt. The face values of these elegant coins are as follows; the largest being AU$30, then AU$10, AU$2 and on to AU$1. One the obverse side of the coin, there is a depiction of Queen Elizabeth II, while on the reverse side of the coin, there is a kookaburra (a bird found in Australia that has a call which sounds like laughter of a human. The back of the coin also include the inscriptions, "the Australian Kookaburra", along with the year of the coin. The design of the Australian Silver Kookaburra tends to change every year, as many people may have noticed. The one ounce version of this coin has been minted since approximately 1990 and is still being produced to this day. There is much history and information that is connected to this coin, the origin, how it came about and other interesting data that goes back through the years and takes us on an adventure of the past that we can surely appreciate as we ponder it's mystery. More than one variation of this coin is available for people to consider. The benefits to buying one of these Australian Silver Kookaburra coins is that not only are they a beautiful sight for the beholder, but they are also something that will grow in value as time passes on. Not to mention that this will add some flare and a unique touch to an already interesting collection. You may find that these coins are relatively less expensive (within the average range of about $100 - $700 or much less), when compared to other coins that are popular as well - depending upon the size, the year it was made, the current condition, and many more factors that can effect a selling price, of course. It should also be noted that there are a few places where one can find the Australian Silver Kookaburra. Having one of these coins to call your own will be nothing short of a great decision for nearly any collector that wants to expand their collection.


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