The Lunar Series II proof coins from the Perth Mint are among the most sought-after precious metal products released each year. As if the Perth Mint reputation wasn’t enough to go on, collectors covet the ever-changing designs and the low mintage figures add even more value. Right now, the 2017 Proof Silver Australian Rooster 3-Coin set is available on Silver.com for purchase.
- Arrives in a Perth Mint display box with Certificate of Authenticity.
- Total mintage capped at 1,000 Sets for this release.
- Tenth issue of Proof Lunar Series II coins!
- Consists of 3 coins in total, each with .9999 fine silver content.
- Bears a total face value of $3.50 (AUD) backed by the federal government of Australia.
- Obverse features Queen Elizabeth II.
- Year of the Rooster design graces the reverse.
- Each coin in proof condition.
In this product listing you have a unique opportunity to purchase a limited-issue 2017 Proof Silver Australian Rooster 3-Coin Set. The Perth Mint has set aside just 1,000 coins from the issue of 1 oz and ½ oz 2017 Proof Silver Australian Roosters.
Additionally, the Perth Mint struck just 1,000 2 oz Proof Silver Australian Roosters for inclusion in this 3-coin set. You cannot buy the 2017 2 oz Proof Silver Australian Rooster anywhere else on an individual basis. It is available only in this beautiful 3-coin set.
Each 2017 Proof Silver Australian Rooster in this coin set features its true weight in .9999 fine silver. The face value of the coins is as follows: $1 for the 1 oz coin, $2 for the 2 oz coin, and $.50 for the ½ oz coin. All face values are legal tender in Australian Dollars (AUD).
The obverse of all 2017 Proof Silver Australian Rooster coins features the right-profile portrait of Queen Elizabeth II. The coins have engravings of “Elizabeth II,” “Australia,” and “2017” in common. Individual coins have their own weight, purity, metal content, and face value engraved as well.
On the reverse of each product in the 2017 Proof Silver Australian Rooster 3-Coin Set is the exclusive Year of the Rooster design for silver coins. It features a male rooster along with a hen and three chicks.
Perth Mint is a state-owned facility of Western Australia. Originally a part of the Royal Mint system under British control, it was turned over to the state government in 1970 following the completion of the new sovereign mint of Australia, the Royal Australian Mint, in Canberra.
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