Royal Wedding Coins

April 8, 2011 by Post Team 

Royal Wedding Coins, The Perth Mint today released official Royal Wedding Australia 1 oz silver coin commemorating the wedding of HRH Prince William and Catherine Middleton.
Approved by Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth II, the royal wedding of the coin has a reverse of an official image of the happy couple, beaming with smiles on their faces joyfully portrayed in realistic color. In the background is an intricately detailed sculpture of Westminster Abbey, which is the setting for the wedding ceremony on April 29, 2011. Entries include “Royal Wedding 04/29/2011″, “His Royal Highness Prince William of Wales & Miss Catherine Middleton, and the Perth Mint ‘mintmark P’.

Obverse of the coin features Ian Rank-Broadley effigy of Prince William’s grandmother, inscribed “Elizabeth II”, “Australia 2011″, “$ 1″ and the initials “IRB”.

“We are pleased to issue a legal tender commemorative royal wedding that symbolizes Australia to the couple congratulations and best wishes for your future happiness,” said Ron Currie, Mint in Perth Sales and Marketing Director.

The royal wedding commemorative coin draws attention to the quality of proof, consisting of an ounce of 99.9% silver and has a limited mintage of 12,500.

There is instead an aggregate limit of five coins per customer. It isssues as legal tender in the Australian Currency Act 1965.

Royal Wedding 1 oz silver coin has a price and .00. Collectors can order the store Perth Mint at 310 Hay Street in East Perth, by calling TOLL FREE 1800 817 or via the online store Mint in www.perthmint.

Each coin is placed in a display case inside a gift box of white color is accompanied by a numbered Certificate of Authenticity.

About Perth Mint
The Perth Mint, one hundred percent by the State Government of Western Australia, is the official issuer of the Federal Government of Australia to gold and silver coins of gold of the program. The Mint opened in 1899 in response to the discovery of rich gold deposits in Coolgardie and Kalgoorlie. It was Australia’s third branch of the Royal Mint of Britain – the others being the Sydney Mint and the Melbourne Mint (both closed).

The Perth Mint remained under Britain’s jurisdiction until 1 July 1970, when ownership transferred to the State Government of Western Australia.

In 2003, the Perth Mint officially opened an 8,400 square meter center for manufacturing next generation of its original limestone building. Overlooking the heritage precinct Mint, these two important buildings are powerful symbols of more than years of minting excellence in Western Australia.

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