1000 Dollars Elizabeth II 4th Portrait - Discovery - Gold Bullion Coin
|Queen||Elizabeth II (1952-date)|
|Value||1 Thousand Dollars
1000.00 AUD = 732 USD
|Composition||Gold (.9999) (Diamond)|
|Orientation||Medal alignment ↑↑|
4th portrait of Queen Elizabeth II facing right wearing the Girls of Great Britain and Ireland Tiara
ELIZABETH II AUSTRALIA
0.2KG 9999 GOLD 2018
A stylized image of Australia with the two small pink diamonds marking the location of Ophir in the southeast, where gold was first found, and the Argyle Diamond Mine in the northwest.
|P||Perth Mint, Australia|
Inspired by the “holey dollar,” Australia’s first official currency, The Perth Mint in 2018 unveiled a Fine Gold collector coin that pays tribute to early prospector. With a mintage of one and valued at $2.48 million, Discovery is the Mint's most exclusive and notable numismatic release to date.
Created as an ongoing collaboration with Argyle Pink Diamonds' major authorised partner, Singapore-based John Glajz, The Perth Mint’s multi-million dollar masterpiece tells the remarkable story of two of the nation’s most treasured natural riches. Creatively inspired by the holey dollar which was introduced as Australia's first official currency in 1814, Discovery combines two of Australia's rarest and most precious elements. Every facet of its design is symbolic of the destiny and fortune pursued by early prospectors in their relentless search of gold and diamonds.
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