Royal Australian Gold Coins
The Royal Australian Mint (RAM) is the minting center for Australian coins. It is located in the Australian federal capital of Deakin, a suburb of Canberra. The building was officially opened by the Duke of Edinburgh on February 22, 1965. It is the first Australian mint not to be a branch of The Royal Mint in London.
The only other operational center in Australia is in Perth. Inaugurated in 1899, it is mainly used for the production of precious metal coins such as the Golden Kangaroo and Lunar Calendar gold coins.
Currently, they issue all Australian coins in circulation, in addition to the historical collections available. These collections include gold coins such as the Chinese Lunar Gold Coin and the famous Kangaroo Gold Coin. These coins are world-famous, and internationally recognized as the symbol of Australia. At Gold Avenue, we strongly suggest investing in gold coins like the Royal Australian Mint collection because of their great popularity and ever-increasing value.