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1/2 oz 2024 Australian Kangaroo Gold Bullion Coin
1/2 oz 2024 Australian Kangaroo Gold Bullion Coin

1/2 oz 2024 Australian Kangaroo Gold Bullion Coin

In Stock
from $1,954.27
Mint: The Perth Mint
Monarch: King Charles III
Denomination: 50 AUD
Design: A large kangaroo about to jump over a parched creek bed
Country: Australia
Designer: Wade Robinson/Dan Thorne
Packaging: Acrylic Capsule
Composition: Gold
Weight (grams): 15.553
Weight (troy/oz): 0.5
Purity (%): 99.99
Thickness (mm): 2.5
Diameter (mm): 25.6
1 - 9
10 - 19
20 +
All KJC product prices are fully inclusive of insurance for world wide delivery.
Product Description:

As we enter a new royal era, the iconic Gold Kangaroo bullion coins mark this transition with their new effigy of King Charles III while continuing to pay homage to Australia’s most iconic animal. Embraced by both Investors and collectors alike for its .9999 fine Gold content and stunning design, it offers unparalleled combination of quality and wildlife-inspired artistry.
· Contains 1/2 oz of .9999 fine Gold.
· Great for Self-Managed Superfunds 
· GST free
· Presented in an Acrylic Capsule. Multiple of 20 typically come in plastic mint rolls
* Obverse bears the Dan Thome effigy of His Majesty King Charles III, supplemented with the face value. This is the first year of the Gold Kangaroo to feature the new effigy.
· Reverse features a kangaroo peering over its shoulder, with a grass tree and a eucalyptus tree in the background. The word "KANGAROO," the customary "P" mintmark of The Perth Mint, the year 2023, and the coin's weight and purity are all included in the design.
·Sovereign coin back by Australia government
In 1987, The Perth Mint introduced their Gold Nugget Series to represent the precious metal found here in Australia. They continued with an annually changing Nugget design until 1990 where they begun to depict annually changing images of Kangaroos, thus increasing the collectability of these .9999 fine Gold coins. This coin is struck with .9999 fine Gold and issued as legal tender under the Australian Currency Act of 1965. 
Situated in Perth, Australia, the Perth Mint stands as the oldest operating mint in the country, synonymous with producing some of the highest quality bullion and collectable product. Some of their most well-known series include the Gold and Silver Kangaroo, Koala, Gold and Silver Lunar coins, and the Kookaburra series.