May 272014

Available from today, this stunning three coin set celebrates six mythical horses that hold a unique place in lore and legend – the Hippocamp, Kelpie, Slepnir, Unicorn, Qilin and Pegasus.

Horses of Lore and Legend coinsColoured imagery of the horses is meticulously reproduced on 1oz coins each struck by The Perth Mint from 99.9% pure silver in proof quality.

Just 1,500 of these Horses of Lore and Legend 1oz Silver Proof Three-Coin Sets will be released. Each set is housed in a high-gloss black presentation case within an illustrated shipper, and is accompanied by a numbered Certificate of Authenticity.

Full details here.


Feb 252014

We’re excited to be attending the Perth ANDA Coin and Banknote Show at Belmont Park Racecourse, Burswood, on Saturday 1st and Sunday 2nd March 2014.

This year’s Perth Mint Coin Show Special is a spectacular 2oz Year of the Horse coloured coin. Struck from 99.9% pure silver, it has a maximum mintage of just 1,000.

The coin is available at the Show for the specially discounted price of $169 – a saving of $10 on the recommended retail price.

The ANDA Coin Show brings together coin specialists from across Australia who are keen to buy and sell. Bring along your collectables for a free valuation by selected dealers!

General admission is $10 for a day, or $15 for a two-day pass. Children under 15 are admitted free when accompanied by an adult. Pensioner and student concessions also apply.

There’s free parking, or alternatively you can alight at nearby Belmont Park railway station.

The Australasian Numismatic Dealers Association (ANDA) is the professional body representing individuals and businesses that deal in coins and banknotes throughout Australia.

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Feb 042014

February’s bulletin includes the first release from our new Gods of Olympus 2oz silver coin series. Befitting such a dramatic figure, the high relief design is struck in a rimless format and features an antique finish for a truly impressive result.

This bulletin also features the latest coin from a popular established series, as well as the initial release from a new series that looks equally strong.

The Tasmanian Devil is the fifth native animal to appear in our well-loved Australian Opal series, which previously depicted the koala, wombat, kangaroo and pygmy possum in similarly stunning style.

For the first coin in our heart-warming Mother’s Love series, however, we’ve chosen a lioness. The beautiful design reflects her affection for a young cub – with similar portrayals featuring four other world animals and their offspring to follow.

ANZAC day approaching and you’ll find a new commemorative Australian $1 coin which this year pays special tribute to the Royal Australian Navy Submarine Service.

As well as the latest design from The Land Down Under Series, there are carded additions to the Australian Koala silver coin series and two new releases celebrating the Year of the Horse.

All Recent Releases.


Dec 132013

For something completely different this Lunar New Year, the Chinese Astrological Series has the cutest gold coins celebrating the 2014 Year of the Horse. Each coin depicts a charming caricature of a horse and the Chinese character for either Fu, Lu or Shou – representatives of ‘prosperity’, ‘success’ and ‘longevity’ in ancient Chinese culture.


Three Coin Set: Chinese Astrological Series 2014 Year of the Horse ‘Prosperity’, ‘Longevity’ and ‘Success’ Three-Coin Set

Individual Coin: Chinese Astrological Series 2014 Year of the Horse ‘Prosperity’ 1/5oz Gold Proof Coin

The Year of the Horse begins on 31 January 2014. The horse is a symbol of happiness and liberty and those born under its influence (1954, 1966, 1978, 1990, 2002, 2014) are said to be fiercely independent, hardworking, energetic, optimistic and animated.


Dec 022013

The 2014 Lunar Good Fortune set is laden with Chinese symbolism for those celebrating the Year of the Horse.

The Wisdom design depicts a horse with a traditional ink stone and brushes, said to signify patience and sagacity.

The Wealth coin portrays a rearing horse wearing a ceremonial saddle and a money tree heavy with gold coins representing increasing prosperity.

Both designs are encircled by a horse shoe, denoting luck.


Each coin is struck from 1oz of 99.9% pure silver and no more than 1,500 of these two coins sets will be released.