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This one-quarter-ounce (oz) Kangaroo gold coin, about 7.78 grams (g), is produced by the Royal Australian Mint (RAM). This beautiful coin was designed as part of the "World Coins" series. With this coin, which contains such a rich history and beautiful complex design, it has remained over the years to its undisputed value and timeless.
This 1/4 oz (7.78g) gold Kangaroo coin contains beautiful and fascinating details of Australian culture. Not surprisingly, it's a popular choice on the market among coin lovers, collectors, and investors around the world. This coin is also considered historic because the same design was present on the first Australian pennies.
The back of the coin features the Queen - Queen Elizabeth II. On the back of the coin, you can see the inevitable red kangaroo, with the Commonwealth star. On the top of the coin, "Australia" is engraved in large letters. Each side of the coin contains Tasmanian Blue Gum leaves to form a beautiful and exotic border. The coin also contains important information, such as the year of production of the coin, its gold purity, and its weight.
Protect your gold Kangaroo coin from marks by using cotton gloves and handling your coins with care. You can also protect your precious metal coin by keeping it inside a clear plastic capsule. This will very elegantly expose the coin and will also add value to your coins collection.
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The RAM launched these coins around 1993. Although there are four subspecies of kangaroo, they decided to feature the red kangaroo. The red kangaroo is one of the most common species. This subspecies is also more internationally associated with Australia, an important feature for investors. The design of the coins changes almost every year, making it a great collector's item and an excellent coin to invest. Since their release in 1993, thousands of collectors in Australia and around the world have shown interest in this unique coin.