Each mintage of the Kangaroo is a limited edition, with its design changing annually. This, along with their limited annual mintage, raises their numismatic value above the value of gold, making it a secure investment with collectible qualities.
In 1986, to symbolize the metal found in Australia, the Perth Mint introduced the Gold Nugget series. The popular gold bullion series was designed to compete with other world bullion gold coins. The original design featured the world-famous gold nugget from 1986 to 1989, but with the 1989 proof edition, it was replaced with the Australian kangaroo – a more recognized symbol of Australia. Starting in 1990, the featured images of kangaroos changed annually, adding to the collectability of the coins.
While there are many recognizable species distinctive to Australia, the most popular is the kangaroo. It is the largest marsupial in the world, combining a lovable appearance with an extremely muscular body. It symbolizes various groups and government agencies: on the logo for the Royal Australian Air Force, as a brand image for Qantas Airlines, and on the official coat of arms, making it the obvious choice for an Australian bullion design.
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