Silver Australian Kookaburra coins have the Ian Rank Broadley portrait of Queen Elizabeth II. Ian Rank-Broadley is one of the foremost sculptors working today. His effigy of H.M. Queen Elizabeth II appears on all UK and Commonwealth coinage since 1998. She is encircled by her name, the name of the country, and the denomination. A laughing kookaburra, the largest member of the kingfisher species is synonymous with the Australian bush and is depicted on the reverse side of the silver coin and has been changed almost annually as these silver coins have been popular with not only silver investors but coin collectors.
The first Australian bullion coin was produced by the Perth Mint in 1988. Today, the silver one kilo coins are traded as a commodity and have been known to consistently be higher than silver rates due to it’s rarity. The 1 kl. Silver Australian Kookaburra have .999% purity and are produced as a globally recognized investment in the precious metal market.
Silver bullion coins have seen a tremendous increase in price as it has a major industrial demand. Silver is not only a necessity for some items to be manufactured like cell phones and batteries, but is also recognized by both countries and individuals as a means to physically diversify their financial holdings. Since it is a precious metal the mint has created the coins in one kilo equivalent that are commonly purchased by individuals who buy gold coins or silver bullion coins. Most silver coin collectors do not wish to sell or trade their coins once they take possession which also increases the value of the 1 kl. Silver Australian Kookaburra.
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