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In 1986, the Perth Mint introduced the Gold Nugget series, representative of the metal found in Australia . Starting in 1990, the coins have featured yearly changing images of kangaroos, adding collectibility to the coin's .9999 fine Gold appeal.
- Contains 1 oz of .9999 fine Gold.
- Eligible for Precious Metals IRAs.
- Obverse: Portrays the Ian Rank-Broadley likeness of Queen Elizabeth II, as well as the coin’s monetary denomination.
- Reverse: Will vary by year. Includes the date, weight and purity.
- Sovereign coin backed by the Australian government.
Display your Gold Kangaroo in style by adding an attractive presentation box or coin bezel to your order.
The Gold Kangaroo and Nugget coins not only feature a classic design, they are also produced in limited mintages, creating a great collectible opportunity. Add this beautiful Gold coin to your cart today!
Dates on these random year coins will be of our choosing and may or may not vary, determined by stock on hand.
The history of the Australian Gold coins
First issued in 1986, these Australian coins featuring a Gold nugget design hit the market as a four-coin proof set containing coins ranging in size from 1/10 oz to 1 oz Gold coins. The 1986 Gold Nugget proof designs were used to produce a bullion version of the Gold coin the following year, and the reverse design was changed annually thereafter. In 1989, the Gold Nugget design was replaced by a depiction of a Red Kangaroo. Since that time, these Gold coins have featured a variety of marsupials, including the Common Wallaroo, the Nailtailed Wallaby and the Grey Kangaroo.
Why invest in the Australian Gold coins?
Investing in Australian Gold coins is considered by many to be a smart way to preserve wealth in the face of a weakening economy. The price of Gold historically remains stable even during economic downturns, and the Gold spot price often goes in the opposite direction of traditional investments such as stocks and bonds. 1 oz Gold Kangaroos have the added value of being numismatic or collectible, and they are also sovereign Gold coins guaranteed by the Australian government for weight and purity. When you buy these Gold coins, whether you get a Gold Nugget or Gold Kangaroo or a Gold coin featuring a wallaby, you are getting Gold bullion that has recognized value wherever you go.
What is the different between investing in Australian Gold coins and Gold bars?
Deciding to invest in Australian Gold coins or Gold bars really depends on your goals as an investor. Those who choose 1 oz Gold Kangaroos may do so because they prefer to have Gold that represents more than just physical Gold. Some prefer Gold coins, like Gold Nuggets, because the coins are aesthetically pleasing and have historical significance. While others prefer Gold bars over Gold Nuggets because Gold bars are more utilitarian, and can usually be acquired at a lower price point than Gold coins.
Buy these random Australian Gold coins, and expand your coin collection.
Add these Australian Gold coins to your cart, and enjoy the surprise of receiving Gold coins featuring any number of designs. While the 1 oz Gold Kangaroo has mostly featured a version of a kangaroo over the years, occasionally the design has featured wallabies and wallaroos. Of course, you may receive a Gold Nugget coins with the “Welcome Stranger” design based on the nugget discovered in 1869. Buying Gold coins in this manner is considered fun by many collectors who enjoy the excitement of not knowing what they will get until they open their package.