Royal Australian Mint


The Royal Australian Mint is unique in many ways. It was the first mint in Australia not founded as a branch of the British London Mint. Established in 1965, it produces all of the Australian circulation coins. Additionally, the mint produces many commemorative and bullion gold for collectors and investors. The Royal Australian Mint features designs include the popular Lunar Series, Kangaroo, and Commemorative coins. Furthermore, the Royal Australian Mint produces and sells coins to over 100 countries, including the production of coins for Fiji, Thailand, and New Guinea. 

 The Royal Australian Mint is also an incredibly popular tourist hotspot open seven days a week. Children take field trips here. And, tourists come to see robots make coins, a selection of historic coins, and to strike their own coins. As of today, the mint has released over 15 billion coins to countries all over the world. 


The gold coins that come from both the Royal Australian Mint and the Perth Mint are one of the largest collections of gold bullion available on the precious metals market today. They are incredibly desirable to investors and collectors for their high purity content, exceptional care and quality, and size options. You'll find many coins with .9999 pure gold that are IRA eligible. 


These stunning gold coins come in a variety of denominations and weights. The commemorative collection started in 1970 with a 50 cent coin marking the 200th anniversary of James Cook's exploration of the outback. Check out the Royal Wedding of Princess Diana coin, the $200 Koala, or the Sydney Olympics. 


Like several other mints, the Royal Australian Mint started the Lunar Series gold collection. The Lunar Series comes from the ancient Chinese Lunar Calendar and features a different animal each year. People born under that animal are said to exhibit certain personality traits. The series started in 2007 with the Year of the Pig. Each gorgeous gold coin is .9999 fine in purity. The coin sizes include 1/10, ¼, ½, and one troy oz. 


This stunning .9999 fine gold series started in 2010 and features Australia's beloved marsupial, the kangaroo. Designs change yearly. Additionally, the kangaroo comes in a Veriscan Assay Card—a security system by PAMP Suisse that makes it easy and convenient to test the authenticity of your precious metals.


The PAMP Veriscan works by scanning a bullion piece, much like you would a fingerprint—identifying the surface print and recording it. Then, the owner of the bullion can scan with an app or scanner. This will determine the authenticity of the product. The PAMP Veriscan is a highly reliable and easy-to-use system.


Another highly popular mint of Australia is the Perth Mint. Since 1896, they have been the benchmark for purity and quality when it comes to bullion. They are currently Australia's oldest operating mint. In 1970, they became independent from Great Britain's Royal Mint. The Perth Mint was initially started to service the gold rush and expanding population in Australia at the time by refining gold. In 1931, they began to produce their gold and silver coins. These quickly became the standard for gold worldwide. They were most arguably famous for their 13 oz .999999 fine gold proof plate in 1957. The Royal Mint ordered some of these 13 oz gold bars for their standards. 





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