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The numismatic year is flying and we mark the halfway point in 2014 with some truly amazing new coins!

Transformers: Age of Extinction 2014 1oz Silver Proof Coins: three silver lenticular coloured commemoratives portraying iconic Transformers Optimus Prime, Bumblebee and Lockdown.

Australian Koala 2014 Gold Proof Coin Series: made from 99.99% pure gold, this year’s superb trio includes two spectacular high relief issues.

The Land Down Under – Great Barrier Reef 1/4oz Gold and 1oz Silver Proof Coins: Australia’s world famous coral attraction is celebrated on two new coin sizes.

Australian Vintage Travel Poster – Kangaroo 2014 1oz Silver Proof Rectangular Coin: a new annual series gets under way with an iconic kangaroo image created by renowned artist and designer Dame Eileen Mayo.

Australian Koala 2014 5oz Silver Proof High Relief Coin: one of Australia’s most loved marsupials shines on this extraordinary detailed release.

Gods of Olympus – Poseidon 2oz Silver High Relief Coin: the second of three uniquely styled coins portrays a beared Poseidon riding the waves on his chariot.

Mother’s Love – Giraffe 2014 1/2oz Silver Proof Coin: the third release in this lovable series features a mother giraffe and her calf.

Deadly and Dangerous – Spider Hunting Scorpion 2014 1oz Silver Proof Coin: the ninth coin in the series portrays a unique Australian scorpion that preys on burrowing spiders.

Horses of Lore and Legend 2014 1oz Silver Proof Three-Coin Set: six legendary horses appear on this first set in a captivating new series.

King George V – Centenary of Stamps 2014 1/2oz Silver Proof Stamp and Coin Set: a limited-edition stamp-shaped coin comes together with a 70c stamp to commemorate the 100th anniversary of King George V stamps.

Young Collectors Super Powers Series – Cybernetics 2014 $1 Coin in Card: the fourth superhero in this series combines organic and mechanical parts for enhanced skills and strength.

Doctor Who Monsters – Sontarans 2014 1/2oz Silver proof Coin: the final of five coins celebrating the enormously successful BBC series portrays an aggressive clone-warrior from Sontar.

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  8 Responses to “June 2014 New Product Bulletin – out today

  1. What the hell is with your site and ordering system?! I spent next to one hour at my monitor trying to place an order only to get an “out of stock” error message at the end?! I believe that your nerds were not borne yesterday and might get prepared to massive enquires and support the system. Every time the same suspended ordering system. You guys should either change your nerds or allow larger allocations of coins not to make customers rush.

     
  2. Hi,

    Nice lookout of the new 5oz Silver Koala in High Relief.
    In the present product bulletin you have mentioned that the
    previous issue (it means 2013?) has been sold.
    That means I can take 5,000 as sold for my statistics?

    Kind regards,
    Norbert

     
    • Hi Norbert

      Confirmed, full mintage of 5,000 2013 Australian Koala 5oz 99.9% Silver Pr HR Coin are sold.

      Kind regards

      Blog Team

       
      • Hi Bloag team,

        Please let me know how many of the 2013 50z High Relief Koala have been sold directly to US market to NewYork Mint. It is important to know because they did sell them only in slabs as graded coins (without the display box and illustrated shipper).
        At beginning of public sales it was said taht only a few how many exactly have been sold on Australian market only (with display case illiustrated shipper and CoA). But I know that Silber Corner in Germany has sold them and are are still selling some.
        Can you provide the collector with a detailed braek down please?

        A second question. I have read that the 2014 HR Koala has been sold out already?
        http://www.silvercoinstoday.com/2014-australian-koala-5-oz-high-relief-silver-coins-sell-out/1010241/
        Is that correct?? Has that coin been sold in large part as an exclusive coin to US market again?

        Kind regards,
        Norbert

         

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