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- Limited mintage of only 750 coins worldwide, with even less coins available in Proof-70, PCGS-certified packaging.
- PCGS encapsulation grades this coin a Perfect Proof-70 First Day of Issue, with our exclusive Royal Australian Mint label.
- Contains 1 oz of .9999 fine Gold.
- Reverse: Features a colorized image of the Milky Way, along with a space-themed engraved border and the words "2021 The Earth and Beyond - The Milky Way", as well as the coin denomination.
- Obverse: Features the effigy of Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth II, designed by Jody Clark, surrounded by a space-themed border. This side is convex.
Following their previously sold out series of Gold Domed coins, the Royal Australian Mint has released a new Gold Domed coin for 2021 to celebrate our Milky Way galaxy is colorized detail. Add this PCGS certified, 2021 1 oz Gold Milky Way Domed Proof-70 First Day of Issue coin to your cart today!
Previous 1 ounce Gold Domed coins from Royal Australian Mint have quickly sold out from the Mint, some even in the first few weeks of the release! Now is your chance to own an extremely limited mintage, beautiful .9999 fine Gold coin with a Proof finish. The coin is elegantly packaged in a box that displays both the coin and the certificate, and also included is a Milky Way-themed outer box.
The Earth and Beyond
The Royal Australian Mint first launched a three coin Earth and Beyond series in 1 oz Silver, with a Domed finish. The series featured the Earth, the Moon, and the Sun. New for 2021, the Mint has produced an additional release in both 1 oz Silver and 1 oz Gold, featuring the Milky Way galaxy. The Gold Domed coin is colorized to show the beauty that is the Milky Way.
Royal Australian Mint
Royal Australian Mint, located in Canberra, is well-known for their popular releases of Domed Proof coins, Lunar coins, and limited mintage bullion releases in both Silver and Gold. The coins range from themes about history, to astronomy, animals, to the Chinese Zodiac. The Royal Australian Mint also produces the circulating coins for Australia. The Mint was first opened in 1965, and the first mint of the country to not be a branch of the Royal Mint. Before Royal Australian Mint was formed, coins for the country were struck at various branches of the Royal Mint - the Sydney Mint, Melbourne Mint, and The Perth Mint.
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