Perth Mint Kookaburra Coins (Kilo 32.15 oz Size)
Australian Silver Kookaburras - The Australian Silver Kookaburra is one of the world’s most beautiful silver coins. Legal tender under the Australian Currency Act of 1965, the Silver Kookaburra is distinguished as a major silver legal tender coin that changes designs annually. These .999 fine silver coins have a superior quality finish which incorporates delicate, proof-like frosting within the central design. The obverse of the Silver Kookaburra coins shows Queen Elizabeth II, while the reverse features Australia’s unique kookaburra.
The kookaburra is the world’s largest kingfisher, with a body length of up to half of a meter. The kookaburras are also known as “laughing jackasses” due to their chattering calls. They form community groups within eastern and southern Australia, marking and defending their territory both with their calls and with force, if necessary.
Showcasing this fascinating bird, the Silver Kookaburra coins are the perfect addition to your coin collections. Buy Silver Kookaburra coins today. APMEX makes it easy to buy silver by offering competitive silver prices on all silver coins.
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This Silver Kookaburra coin features the Darryl Bellotti design of a kookaburra perched on a tree branch among eucalyptus leaves. The Ian Rank Broadley likeness of Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth II and the monetary denomina.... Read More
The 2009 Silver Kookaburra features a kookaburra perched on a tree branch, designed by Darryl Bellotti, along with a special mint mark "P20" signifying the 20th year the Kookaburra coin has been available from the Perth M.... Read More
The 2001 Silver Kookaburra features two kookaburras perched on a branch, designed by Mathew Gee. The Ian Rank Broadley profile of Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth II and the monetary denomination are shown on the obverse. In pla.... Read More
The 1999 Silver Kookaburra features two kookaburras perched on a tree branch, designed by Sara Langridge. The Ian Rank Broadley profile of Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth II and the monetary denomination are shown on the obver.... Read More