Mint condition pure silver soin.
1996 one ounce Kookaburra coin in its original packaging.
Released since 1990 these coins have been a favourite with collectors and investors alike.
Frosted design on shiny background they are a lovely coin to look at.
Difficult to photograph given the highly reflective nature of the coins surface but a delight to hold and to keep.
Your chance to laugh all the way to the bank. Please see the pictures.
The Australian silver Kookaburra bullion coin was first released in 1990 by the Perth Mint. The pure silver kookaburra has been released in a number of different sizes and styles over time.
These silver bullion coins are released each year with a different reverse design of a kookaburra bird upon them and the designs used on this coin have made them very collectable.
Worldwide it is one of the most recognised bullion coins on the market.
Weight: 1 Troy ounce – 31.135g
Kookaburras (genus Dacelo) are large to very large (total length 28–42 cm/11–17 in) terrestrial kingfishers native to Australia and New Guinea, the name is a loanword from the Wiradjuri guuguubarra, which is onomatopoeic of its call. The single member of the genus Clytoceyx, while commonly referred to as the Shovel-biled Kookaburra.Kookaburras are best known for their unmistakable call, which is uncannily like loud, echoing human laughter — good-natured, but rather hysterical, merriment in the case of the well-known Laughing Kookaburra (Dacelo novaeguineae); and maniacal cackling in the case of the slightly smaller Blue-winged Kookaburra. They are generally not closely associated with water and can be found in habitats ranging from humid forest to arid savanna, but also in suburban and residential areas near running water and where food can be searched for easily.
*All historical information taken from Wikipedia for educational purposes only.