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2013 Gold Quarter Ounce Proof Coin Birth of Prince George

2013 Gold Quarter Ounce Proof Coin Birth of Prince George

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Has a tiny mintage for an Australian coin.

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Diameter: 20.60mm

Weight: 7.78g

Purity: 99.99%

AGW: 0.25 ozt

Has a tiny mintage for an Australian coin.

Their Royal Highnesses, the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge, became proud parents of their first child on 22 July 2013 at St Mary’s Hospital in London - millions of people shared in their joy.

The memorabilia machine predictably went into overdrive, and although a lot of junk was made to sell to people looking for a keepsake of this important day, the Perth Mint's coins were among the few official commemoratives that were released.

The coin is in the official leatherette presentation case, is accompanied by the certificate of authenticity, and remains in as-issued condition.

Just 1,000 of these coins were released.