2018 1 Kilo Silver Australian Koala

2018 1 Kilo Silver Australian Koala
2018 1 Kilo Silver Australian Koala
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Product Description

If you’re buying silver, the best value out there often comes in the form of 1 Kilo coins. These products offer over 32 Troy oz of silver at a price that is better per ounce than most of the 1 oz silver coins on the market today. Right now, 2018 1 Kilo Australian Silver Koala Coins are available to purchase online from Metals.com.

HIGHLIGHTS:

  • 12th annual striking of the Australian Silver Koala series!
  • Contains 1 Kilo (32.15 Troy oz) of .9999 pure silver in BU condition.
  • Backed by the federal government of Australia.
  • Obverse includes the image of Queen Elizabeth II in right-profile relief.
  • Reverse depicts the koala as it sits in a tree; a new design for 2018!

The 1 Kilo Silver Koala coin has a fully frosted finish according to the Perth Mint. This gives the design elements added beauty in their visual appeal to investors. Individual coins in this collection ship inside protective capsules for display and easy storage.

The obverse of all Australian Silver Koala coins includes the right-profile portrait of Queen Elizabeth II. Her Majesty always features on the obverse of Australian coinage and has since her ascension to the throne in 1952. This is the fourth-generation depiction of the Queen created in 1998 by Ian Rank-Broadley.

On the reverse of the 2018 1 Kilo Australian Silver Koala coin you’ll find the latest design of this beloved marsupial. The koala is often viewed as a lovable, cuddly animal due to its sloth-like nature and the fact that it sleeps for more than 18 hours a day. In reality, the koala has a sour temperament and will use the claws on its hands and feet to defend itself when threatened.

The Perth Mint is located in the state of Western Australia and exists as a state-government entity. The mint was originally part of the Royal Mint and opened in 1899. It is the oldest operating facility in the country today.