Exquisitely craftedthis Brilliant Uncirculated Gold Swan Proceeds the success of this Gold bullion Swan first launched in 2017. This BU Swan continues the limited mintage of 5,000 coins made of .9999 fine Gold.
An instant collector preferred Because of the limited mintage and Impeccable layout, the Swan show is renowned worldwide. The highly anticipated 2019 1 ounce Gold Swan comes with a new and exciting design. This coin would be the third in an yearly series of 1 oz limited mintage Gold Swan bullion coins with designs varying each year.
- Limited mintage of all 5,000 coins worldwide.
- Includes 1 oz of .9999 fine Gold. Multiples of 20 come in sealed rolls. Multiples of 100 are packaged in a sealed box.
- Reverse: Portrays a swan swimming with a cygnet.
- Sovereign coin backed by the Australian authorities.
Through tranquil water. Insert this spectacular Brilliant Uncirculated 2019 1 ounce Gold Swan coin to your cart today!
The Swan is an iconic species that is so synonymous with the Perth Mint itself that it even appears in the Mint’s logo. The Perth Mint’s operations are situated in the heart of Perth, the capital and largest city of Western Australia. Founded in 1829 on the shores of the Swan River, the first colony in the land was in fact known as Swan River Colony, the place of which is now Perth.
Perth grew rapidly in the late 19th century thanks to its rich Deposits of natural resources such as oil, gas and perhaps most importantly, Gold. From its origins, the Perth Mint is in many ways personified by the Swan, a regal waterfowl that appears on the flag of Western Australia and symbolizes timelessness, elegance, and beauty, much like the standard of coins made by the Perth Mint itself.
The Perth Mint has a phenomenal reputation for producing High quality Gold bullion that also provides collectors the ability to collect an whole series that showcases different designs. Clients worldwide collect Lunars and Kangaroos because of their resell worth and collectibility.
Swans are often a symbol of love and fidelity Because of their long-lasting monogamous relationships. Swans are almost entirely herbivorous, Though they will eat small quantities of aquatic animals. There are approximately seven Different species of swans located around the globe. Swans are classified as a Endangered species mostly because of hunting and habitat loss. Pollution is also a contributing factor.