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2011 Gold Tenth Ounce Specimen Coin Kangaroo Nugget

2011 Gold Tenth Ounce Specimen Coin Kangaroo Nugget

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An attractive and affordable gold coin.

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2011 Gold Tenth Ounce Specimen Coin Kangaroo Nugget

Diameter: 16mm

Weight: 3.1103g

Purity: 99.99%

AGW: 0.1000 ozt

An attractive and affordable gold coin.

The rising gold price meant that many dormant gold mines in West Australia became economical again in the late 1980's, the increased gold output caused the Perth State Government to work on the idea of re-opening the Perth Mint, which had not produced coins for the better part of a decade by that time.

The first gold coins produced by the Perth Mint featured a series of famous natural gold nuggets on the reverses of the coins, and this theme was continued through until 1988.

A new series of reverse designs were released in 1989, featuring kangaroos. The Perth Mint’s gold kangaroo coins are among the most popular gold bullion coins in the world today.