The Australian Perth Mint has released the Silver Kookaburra 2014 Coin, this new releases is the latest coin in the ever popular Kookaburra coin series. With three different coins sizes from this latest design being released into the market, which will consist of a 1oz, 10oz and the 1kg bullion sized coins. These coins like all Kookaburra coins released by the Perth Mint have the usual silver purity of .999 fine silver.

Since the initial release back in 1990 the Silver Kookaburra bullion coin has become one of the more popular bullion coin releases available on the world market today, and with its yearly reverse changes to the Kookaburra design, these coins have proven to be very popular with collectors eagerly awaiting each new release annually.

The 2014 Silver Kookaburra Coin

The 2014 Silver Kookaburra Coin

New Kookaburra Design

This latest edition of the Silver Kookaburra 2014 coin features a new design on its reverse side, the now familiar Australian Kookaburra bird which is now seen perched on a branch of a Red Ash tree. The inscription on each coins has the date, weight and silver purity as well as the Perth Mints P mint mark. The obverse of this kookaburra coin displays the image of Queen Elizabeth II, designed by Ian Rank Broadley, and the coins legal tender face value.

The 2014 Kookaburra coins will be released and available in sizes from 1oz to the large 1kg bullion coin. The 1oz bullion coins will have a mintage of approximately 500,000 coins, where as the all other minted sizes will have no mintage limits applied for them.

All silver Kookaburra bullion coins released by the Perth Mint are protected by a protective acrylic capsule surrounding the coin, giving each released and sold coin as much protection from any damage it could ever need.

 

Kookaburra Coin Specifications

TYPEWEIGHTDIAMETERTHICKNESSFACE VALUE
1 oz31.135 g40.60 mm4.00 mmA$ 1
10 oz312.347 g75.50 mm8.70 mmA$ 10
1 kg1002.502 g101 mm14.60 mmA$ 30

 

Further Coin Information

More information on the silver Kookaburra coin can be found at the Perth Mint.

For information about other varieties of Kookaburra coin releases Silver Bullion World.

 

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