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2018 Australia 1 oz Gold Bird of Paradise MS-70 NGC (FS)

2018 Australia 1 oz Gold Bird of Paradise MS-70 NGC (FS)

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The 2018 Perth Mint's latest Gold bullion coin features the beautiful Victoria’s Riflebird which is endemic to north-eastern Queensland. These coins are first releases and graded perfect MS-70 by NGC.

Coin Highlights:
  • Contains 1 oz of .9999 fine Gold.
  • NGC encapsulation protects and guarantees the perfect MS-70 condition of the coin.
  • Mintage cap of 5,000 coins.
  • Noted by NGC as First Releases.
  • Obverse: The Ian Rank-Broadley effigy of Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth II, the monetary denomination and the 2018 year-date are depicted.
  • Reverse: The coin’s reverse depicts a representation of a Victoria’s Riflebird perched on a branch with its wings outstretched and its mouth wide open. The design includes the inscription "AUSTRALIAN BIRD OF PARADISE" and The Perth Mint’s "P" mintmark.
  • Sovereign Silver coin backed by the Australian government.

Protect and display your Gold Victoria’s Riflebird in style by adding an attractive display or gift box to your order.

The 2018 Gold Victoria’s Riflebird not only features a gorgeous design, they are also produced in limited mintages creating a great collectible opportunity. Add the 2018 1 oz Gold Victoria’s Riflebird to your cart today!

The bird of paradise is famously associated with the island of New Guinea. It's beautiful plumes are used as currency by local tribes and worn as adornments during cultural ceremonies. A remarkable example is Victoria’s riflebird. Known as the "duwuduwu" to the indigenous Yidinji people, it was recorded by naturalist John Macgillivray in 1848 and subsequently named after the reigning of Queen Victoria.

In color, the male bird’s similarity to the uniforms of contemporary British riflemen is the purported reason for its common title. Velvety black, the plumage includes areas of iridescent greenish blue, purple and bronze which are used to showy effect during its theatrical courtship dance.

This flamboyant display involves a series of nodding, weaving and flapping movements. As a dramatic finale, the bird holds its head high while arching its wings up skyward in a dramatic call for a mate.

Each coin is struck by The Perth Mint from 1oz of .9999 fine Gold, and issued as legal tender under the Australian Currency Act of 1965.

APMEX takes pride in being one of the most innovative companies in our industry. In true innovation, we leveraged partnerships with the top coin grading agencies to create CoinGrade+®, providing relevant numismatic information, synced daily with third-party grading services, ensuring you have the most up-to-date information available.

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Coin ID DE7H

The total number of coins produced at a specific mint for a particular date and mintmark combination.

Grade MS-70
Graded Higher

The total number of coins that have obtained a higher grade than the subject coin by a particular grading service.

Mint Mark P - Perth Mint

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