One Ton Gold Coin

November 2, 2011 by staff 

One Ton Gold Coin, A multimedia Mint of Australia has produced the world’s largest gold coin, a giant disk weighing over a ton and a higher value and 50 million dollars.

The Perth Mint made coin comemorate Queen Elizabeth’s visit to the city. It has a kangaroo on one side and the profile of the queen in the other.

Perth Mint CEO Ed HARBUZ said in a statement that the company was “an incredible challenge that few other mints would think.” More than a dozen people who worked on the project.

The currency is more than 10 times the size of gold coins of the world’s largest above, conducted by the Royal Canadian Mint.

“We think so, you better make it much larger than the largest currency will remain the world for a long time,” said HARBUZ.

The coin is 99.99 percent pure, weighs 1,000 kilograms, or 2,200 pounds, and it’s worth and more than 50 million in gold prices today.

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