The 1 kg silver coin Kookaburra is traded worldwide. The bullion coin in silver is issued by the Australian Perth Mint since…
The 1 kg silver coin Kookaburra is traded worldwide. The bullion coin in silver is issued by the Australian Perth Mint since 1991. Because of its purity and its international reputation, the Kookaburra is of interest for investors all over the world.
The obverse side of the coin shows the eponymous kingfisher, the Kookaburra. Although the motif changes on a yearly basis, the basic design stays the same. Every year of mintage has an image of a Kookaburra and on the outer ring is the lettering “Australian Kookaburra”, the weight of 1 kg, the fineness of 999/1000, the used precious metal and the year of mintage.
The reverse side of the coin always shows the portrait of the British royal monarch., because Australia is a member of the British Commonwealth. The nominal value of 30 dollar is minted on this side of the silver coin as well.
The 1 kg silver coin Kookaburra should be a part of every investment portfolio.