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Spring is in the Australian air and this month we’re offering an amazing crop of fresh and exciting new releases:

Exquisite pink diamonds are hand-set in the latest Argyle Pink Diamond Gold & Platinum Ingots which portray a Gouldian Finch, a rare and brilliantly coloured bird found in the Kimberley region of Western Australia.

Goddess of love, pleasure and beauty, Aphrodite is the third release from the extraordinary Goddesses of Olympus series of striking ‘antiqued’ silver coins.

Our Star Trek coin program now ventures into the 2370s aboard the U.S.S Voyager as Captain Kathryn Janeway attempts to lead her crew back to Federation space.

To commemorate Queen Elizabeth’s historic milestone as Britain’s longest serving monarch, we have three stunning Royal releases, including an innovative ‘intaglio’ silver coin. (Available for purchase 9 September)

Snow White, the fairest of them all, is at last available on gold and silver releases from the hugely popular Disney Princess coin series.

Ahead of the next Chinese New Year, we’re delighted to unveil the extensive line-up of gold & silver proof issues from our Australian Lunar series celebrating the forthcoming 2016 Year of the Monkey.

The brilliant Wedge-tailed Eagle design is now available on dazzling 5oz gold and 1oz silver proof coins.

The Australian Kangaroo looks truly impressive on the new 5oz high relief coin in silver.

And the extraordinary Australian Opal Series takes flight again with a gorgeous representation of the Ghost Bat.

View September’s coin releases from The Perth Mint in this month’s digital bulletin or click the individual links below:

*Website release 9 September 2016



  2 Responses to “September 2015 New Product Bulletin – out today

  1. Hi Blog Team,

    The new silver bullion coin of the Kangaroo you have issued recently is quite nice and seems becoming very popular.
    Is it already decided by Perth Mint if it will be continued next year with a new coin as sucessor with same motive but with new year stamp or also with a new Kangaroo motive? Lots of silver stackers here would like to know that.

    Kind regards

    • Hi Norbert

      The reverse design remains consistent every year of issue, only the year-date changes on the Kangaroo silver bullion coin.

      Kind regards

      Blog Team


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