1/2 Oz Koala 2013 silver coin
The 1/2 oz 2013 Koala silver coin is issued by Perth Mint Australia and contains 15.55 grams of 99.9% pure silver. The Koala is annually updated to feature a new and unique koala bear design. For more product specifications please refer to the “Additional Information” tab.
The 1/2 Oz 2013 Koala silver coin is part of the annual Koala series issued by the Australian Perth Mint. Every year a new silver coin is minted with a unique koala design. This silver 2013 Koala coin has a purity of 999 silver with a diameter of 36.6 mm and is 2.3 millimeters thick. The weight of 1/2 Troy Oz converts to approximately 15.55 grams. The nominal value of the silver Koala 2013 is set at 0.50 Australian dollars, which is also minted on the reverse of the coin .
Features of the 2013 edition of the 1/2 oz Koala coin
This coin has a number of special features and has been impeccably designed. The Perth Mint has minted the coin with a unique koala illustration for the 2013 issue of the coin. The design features an adult koala sitting in the branch of a eucalyptus tree. The flipside of the silver coin reveals the famous image of a crowned Elizabeth II, Queen of England and head of the Commonwealth.
Order your half ounce Australian Koala 2013 silver coin
You can order the half ounce edition of the 2013 Koala silver coin in your desired weight and quantity directly through our web shop. Due to its annually changing features, the Australian Koala is an excellent coin to add to your coin collection as well as your investment portfolio in pure silver. Please refer to the “Additional Information” tab for more product specifications.
* The image shown is an example, the product may differ.
** The weight shown relates solely to the weight of the precious metal. The total weight of the product may differ.
*** Prices shown are inclusive of VAT (if applicable).
|Manufacturer||The Perth Mint|
|Country of origin||Australia|
|Weight of precious metal||15.55 gram | 1/2 Oz|
|Face value||AU$ 0.50|
|Delivery time||Not available|