The Silver Australian Kookaburra from the Perth Mint comes in various sizes, the largest being one of the largest government-issued silver coins in the world. This popular one kilo silver coin contains 32.151 Troy ounces of pure silver and is 99.9% fine.
Design of the Silver Australian Kookaburra - In keeping with design rotations for its other bullion coins, the reverse designs change annually, always featuring a kookaburra, an Australian native bird. The 2009 1-kg Silver Kookaburra - as with all sizes - features a new version of a kookaburra along with the date of issue, size, and fineness. As with Australia's other bullion coins, the design on the obverse (heads side) features a profile view of Queen Elizabeth II, as designed by Ian Rank Broadley. She is encircled by her name, the name of the country, and the denomination.
Silver Australian Kookaburra Coin Minting Information - Silver Kookaburras are minted by Australia's Perth Mint with a slightly frosted finish. Each silver coin - from one ounce to one kilo - enjoys legal tender status, as outlined in the Australian Currency Act of 1965.
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