Goldline Offers U.S.-Australian WWII Gold Coin

GOLDLINE OFFERS UNCIRCULATED GOLD COIN
COMMEMORATING AMERICAN-AUSTRALIAN ALLIANCE DURING WWII

1/10th Ounce Gold Coin From The Perth Mint
Available Exclusively From Goldline

Santa Monica, CA – November 5, 2012 – Goldline International is the exclusive dealer for The Perth Mint’s limited production tenth-ounce gold bullion coin commemorating the American-Australian alliance during World War II. Over 1 million American service personnel passed through Australia as the allies fought to repel the Japanese invasion in the Pacific. One of the most famous naval battles, the Battle of the Coral Sea, involved American and Australian forces who halted the Japanese advance southward.

The American-Australian WWII gold coin features the bust of Queen Elizabeth II on the obverse (front). The reverse displays the majestic “Eagle” which tops the Australian-American Memorial located in Australia’s national capital. The memorial symbolizes the shared sacrifice by Australian and American armed forces during the World War II and the close ties formed during the war.

These limited production gold coins, minted by The Perth Mint, contain one-tenth ounce of .9999 fine gold and are Australian legal tender. Due to their .9999 purity, they also may be included in precious metals IRAs. The Perth Mint, the official mint of the Western Australian government, enjoys a reputation for innovation and superb quality in its commemorative and numismatic coins.

“Goldline is honored to be the exclusive dealer for this beautiful gold coin commemorating the alliance between America and Australia that was forged during their battle against fascism and imperialism in World War II,” said Brian Crumbaker, Chief Executive Officer of Goldline.

These gold bullion coins are available individually and in boxes of 200 as long as supplies last. To speak with a Goldline Account Executive about the exclusive American-Australian WWII gold coins, call 877-641-2646 or visit goldline.com.

Release Date: 
Monday, November 5, 2012