|Mint Mark:||Not Shown - Perth Mint|
|Metal Content:||1 troy oz|
None Graded Higher! MS-69 by NGC! Population of only 15 coins! Mintage of only 52,106 coins!
A koala looking over its shoulder while climbing a tree appears on the reverse of this well executed Platinum coin.
The Platinum Koala is the most famous series of Platinum coins from the Perth Mint in Australia.
Koalas do not live in rainforests or desert areas. They live in the tall eucalyptus forests and low eucalyptus woodlands of mainland eastern Australia and on some islands off the southern and eastern coasts. Queensland, NSW, Victoria and South Australia are the only states where Koalas are found naturally in the wild.
The Perth Mint has more than a century in the precious metals industry.
The Perth Mint opened Its operations in 1899 and is a member of an elite group of world mints whose pure gold, silver and platinum legal tender coins are trusted without question. Known for stunning quality reflects the importance of the Mint's traditional skills, and through the use of modern treatments such as colour and gilding, they demonstrate the Mint's canny ability to set new market trends.