1 oz 1995 The Australian Emu First Proof Issue Palladium Coin | Perth Mint
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Acquire an extremely rare, 1 oz 1995 Australian Emu First Proof Issue Palladium Coin, at the lowest price from our online store!
The Australian emu series debuted in 1995 and continued production for only three years, ending in 1998. With such a short production span this is one of the most sought after coins on the market, with only 2,500 in circulation around the world.
Cast in 9995 fine palladium the reverse coin portrays a mother emu standing vigilant as she guards her eggs amongst the grasslands.
The Obverse contains Louise Pinder's portrayal of Queen Elizabeth II's right facing profile. Also featured on the coins obverse is its forty dollar value and its country of issue. The coin is preserved in its original casing, and comes with a certificate of authenticity from the Perth mint.
Be the envy of investors and collectors alike with this highly liquid palladium addition!
ABOUT THE PERTH MINT
The Perth Mint opened in 1899 as the British Royal Mint's 3rd branch in Australia. The historical Hay Street location handled gold refining until moving to a modern facility in April 1990. Ownership of the mint was transferred to the Government of Western Australia in July of 1970. Under an agreement with the Commonwealth Treasury, they were empowered to mint and market gold, silver, and platinum as Australian legal tender to investors and collectors worldwide. Today, they are amongst the elite world mints whose pure gold, silver, and platinum items are trusted without question. Items such as the Australian Nugget, Silver Coin Series (Kangaroo, Kookaburra, Koala, and Platypus to name a few), as well as the Australian Lunar Gold and Silver Coin Series are extensively sought after by bullion investors worldwide.
These are vintage items and may be tarnished or may have been visibly handled
|Queen Elizabeth II|
|an Emu roaming about|