Oct 072014

This month sees the launch of some special releases celebrating the 2014 Year of the Goat. These beautiful coins are magnificent collectables, gifts and keepsakes for anyone born under the influence of the lunar goat in 1931, 1943, 1955, 1967, 1979, 1991, 2003 and 2015.

Coloured Gold Coins

Coloured Silver Coins

For the ultimate silver collectable marking the Year of the Goat, this year’s Typeset Collection features Proof, Bullion, Coloured and Gilded coins in one stunning presentation.

This month sees the release of many more exquisite coins catering for a broad range of tastes and interests in the wonderful world of modern numismatics.

Happy collecting!



  16 Responses to “October 2014 New Product Bulletin – out today

  1. Hi,

    can you unveal already which coins will be released on Sydney Coin Show
    and Beijing Coin Show Special as Specials on 27th October?


    • Hello Norbert

      Nice to hear from you again.

      The Sydney ANDA Coin Show Special will portray a Year of the Goat theme. The Beijing Exposition Coin Show Special is a two-coin set with a Kangaroo and a Year of the Goat theme.

      Both releases are currently embargoed but we will release full details on the blog nearer the time.

      Kind regards

      Blog Team

  2. Hi Blog team,
    Allow me to correct you on the supposedly ’embargoed’ CSS releases.

    Sidney ANDA is already shown on…the home page of ANDA site!! :


    Or on their flyer:


    Personally a bit disappointing like in general the current release(s) of the Year of Goat;
    I guess proven by the non-sell-outs of the normally so popular silver 1oz proof, various coin-sets.

    Hopefully the Beijing CSS brings back some excitement…and I would almost say; if Sidney is already known then why not reveal some more about the Beijing CSS????

    Many thanks & mzzl,

    • Hi Mokum

      Thanks for pointing that out 🙂 Norbert will undoubtedly be most interested!

      Kind regards

      Blog Team

      • Undoubtedly he will 😉

        Didn´t you mention here a few posts earlier that it will be a two coin theme: Kangaroo and Goat

        Or is there something more?

        Kind regards,

        • Hi Norbert

          Confirming Beijing is a Two-Coin Set as described. Along with the Sydney ANDA Coin Show Special, it will be available for sale on the website from Monday 27 October.

          Kind regards

          Blog Team

  3. I like your 1 coin limit for the Hades coin. I’m too late, once again. So I go to look for second hand ones and see that someone is selling 20!!! How the heck could that happen? I’m feeling shafted oh wait this is Perth so I feel like I’m getting it right in the arse.

    • I apologize for the arse comment. It was in the heat of the moment.

    • Hi Bryon

      Thanks for the question. As you point out, the Mint sold Hades to retail buyers on a one-per-person basis only. As with all coins we sell, however, a percentage of the mintage is allocated to distributors worldwide. We have no control over their sales policies.

      Hope this helps explains how the situation you describe arises,

      Kind regards

      Blog Team

  4. One more great fiasco with the Gods of Olympus Hades coin…I was online early 7 AM eastern standard time until it again crashed the GREAT PERTH mint web site, all the money they make and they cannot afford to upgrade there system good work guys waited up to one hour for there system to accept my Pay-Pal account only to be told there was none left

    • As per Perth mints excuse, i am sick and tired of the treatment us avid coin collectors cop, the USA market had plenty, not one of our wholesalers had a quantity that they the USA had, come on guys wake up and smell the coffee we are the true blue collectors not the USA market we come second best, then i will be selling my collection why even be a member !! I no longer support you

      • Thank you both for commenting. We understand your frustration and irritation. The Perth Mint is in the process of upgrading its systems to overcome the problems associated with high demand. But it’s a large, time-consuming project that will take time to implement. We really hope that this experience does not sour your opinion of The Perth Mint long-term and assure you of our best efforts to provide a much improved experience going forward.

        Kind regards

        Blog Team

      • I was one of the lucky ones that got a coin. I had my finger on the trigger and even waited out the web page problem and then I executed the order. These coins were so demanded that even the minute the coin popped up and I got one, I still got #1204 which meant that there were less than 300 left. It even outsold Zeus and Poseidon!!! This shoudl go on the Guiness Book of World’s record as the fastest selling coin.

  5. Hi blog team,

    In your November announcements you have mentioned the already missing high relief coin set. 🙂
    Without forcing you to unveil to many details: will it be agaín a 3coin set again consisting of Koala, Kookaburra and Kangaraoo as 1oz Silver proof coins? The announcement for the single HR coins are let me assuming it (10.000 max mintage 9.000 as single coin issue)

    Is it posssible to limit roughly the amount of 1oz silver Koala 2014 with China privy/letters you have issued as remaining stock via Perth Bullion for sale? As they started the sale they had at least 475 coins in stock…but I am not sure it that was the total quantity.
    The available stock quantity changed later a several times and I did not get a response from Ben as last time.
    If you do not want or be allowed to tell the exact figures, then please tick:
    a: almost 500
    b: 500- 700
    c: 700-1000 ?
    d: by fare more

    Thank you a lot and kind regards,

    • Hello Norbert

      You can assume that you are correct about the format of the forthcoming Australian 1oz Silver Proof High Relief Collection. 🙂

      Would you mind trying Perth Bullion again regarding details of the Chinese Privy Koala? It would not be right for us to comment on their arrangement.

      Kind regards

      Blog Team


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