Australia 2022 Silver Koala 1 Troy Ounce Silver Bullion Coin
Coming soon to California Gold and Silver Exchange is the 1 troy ounce 2022 Silver Australian Koala Bullion Coin. Enhanced with a softly frosted finish, the 2022 Australian Koala portrays the iconic animal dozing on the bough of a tree amid clusters of aromatic eucalyptus leaves. As well as the inscription ‘KOALA’ and The Perth Mint’s ‘P’ mintmark, the reverse includes the coin’s weight, purity and year-date.
Each year, the Australian designers re-imagine this gentle marsupial for what is widely regarded as one of the most appealing silver bullion coin series for investors. Once again, their work captures the essence of this sleepy creature renowned for spending long drowsy hours slumbering high in the forest canopy. The 2022 silver koala is a great coin to add to your bullion collection.
Issued as legal tender under the Australian Currency Act 1965, Koala silver bullion coins have been trusted for their weight and purity by investors worldwide since 2007. This same design is also offered in the 1 kilo (32.15 toz) size.
Key Features of the 2022 Silver Koala
- The 16th year of release in the Koala Silver Series
- Each coin contains one troy ounce of .9999 fine silver
- Struck to The Perth Mint’s bullion standard
- Limited Mintage of only 300,000 coins worldwide
Specifications of the 2022 Silver Koala
Alloy: 99.99 AG
Diameter: 40.9 mm
Obverse Designer: Jody Clark
Reverse Designer: Ing Ing Jong
Packaging: Plastic Capsule, Rolls of 20 sealed
California Gold and Silver Exchange has secured this new product for purchase in store. This product will be available for purchase in the middle of May 2022, however there will only by a limited quantity of coins. Call for current pricing and availability. For more information on coins from Australia visit The Perth Mint website. Furthermore, for other items available at California Gold and Silver Exchange visit our What We Sell page or call us directly at 909-985-4653 during regular business hours. We are located in Upland, California in the Inland Empire.