The second edition of the Australian Emu series is a long-awaited offer coming from the Australian Perth Mint.
Bullion coins with the image of an emu are sold in silver BU, gold BU and silver Proof variants. All coins in the series have a guarantee of the Australian government as to their legality, purity of tests and origin of the bullion, and they are also a full-fledged means of payment in Australia. We owe the huge success of the series to the extraordinary quality of execution and attention to every detail.
The silver bullion coin has a value of 1 Trojan ounce and an ore sample of .9999. The silver coin circulation is limited and amounts to only 30,000 pieces. The reverse of the coin classically depicts the image of an emu, but this time the coin is decorated not by one, but two individuals of this species.
The Australian Emu 2019 gold bullion coin weighs 1 Trojan ounce and was made of pure gold in 99.99%. This unique product was created by the oldest Australian mint – Perth Mint. Similar to the gold coin from the 2018 edition, the circulation is limited and amounts to 5,000 pieces. It is worth noting that the coin is placed in an original capsule directly from the manufacturer.
The value of this year’s edition of the Australian Emu is the one-ounce Proof silver coin. The accent emphasizing the uniqueness of the coin is the use of a mirror stamp. It should be added that the coin has a limited circulation, which is only 3,000 pieces and it contains 99.99% pure silver. The coin is accompanied by a case and a certificate of authenticity issued by Perth Mint. Unlike the other Australian Emu 2019 coins, this edition, apart from investment potential, also has collector potential, making it an ideal gift for any occasion.
The Australian Emu coin series is an exclusive collector’s product for the worldwide distribution of which Metal Market Europe is responsible - a leader in trading in investment metals in Central and Eastern Europe, cooperating with the most famous and prestigious mints of the world.
Emu is a seemingly ordinary and inconspicuous animal, but it stands out with its unprecedented speed and the possibility of surviving in the desert for a lot of days without food or water. Emu, is the second, after kangaroo, well-known symbol of Australia, which is in the Australian emblem.
Both animals cannot move backwards, therefore they symbolise Australia, the nation moving forward, confirming its motto: "never backward, always forward".