The Silver Kookaburras at Perth Mint represent a standard-bearer for Australian silver. Following its 1990 debut, the Silver Kookaburra started a trend at Perth Mint that delivers new reverse design elements on silver bullion coins from Perth that highlight the beauty of Australia’s natural wildlife. Today, 2019 1 oz Silver Australian Kookaburra Pig Privy Coins are available to you online from Silver.com.
- Available to ship to you inside protective plastic capsules!
- 30th release of Silver Australian Kookaburras from Perth Mint!
- Beautiful Year of the Pig Privy!
- Mintage limited to 50,000 coins only!
- Consists of One Troy ounce of .9999 fine silver.
- The face value of $1 (AUD) is fully backed by the Australian government.
- On the obverse is a portrait of Queen Elizabeth II.
- The reverse features a kookaburra perched near a pond with the Year of the Pig privy included.
The Chinese lunar calendar follows a 12-year cycle that features the same animals each time through. The series always starts with the Year of the Mouse in the first year of the cycle and concludes with the Year of the Pig in the 12th year of the cycle. The final animal, the Year of the Pig celebrates those who are honest and practical.
All of the 2019 1 oz Silver Australian Kookaburra Pig Privy Coins come with protective plastic capsules. The coins in this Lunar Series Privy collection of Silver Kookaburra come with a limited release of just 50,000 coins, compared to the typical Silver Kookaburra BU production of 500,000 coins each year.
On the obverse side of 2019 Silver Australian Kookaburra Pig Privy Coins, you will find the new sixth-generation effigy of Her Majesty. Queen Elizabeth II is the head of the Commonwealth and, as such, holds the title of Queen of Australia. The design found here was created in 2015 by Jody Clark and is the first portrait of the Queen on Australian coins to include her shoulders in the portrait field since 1966.
The reverse face of 2019 1 oz Silver Kookaburra Pig Privy Coins comes with an image of the kookaburra, the largest member of the kingfisher species. The bird is found sitting on the perch of a small tree that has fallen into a shallow pond. The bird looks out to the horizon as the sun sets in the distance, casting its rays across the gentle ripples of the body of water.
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