1 x 1 ounce gold SWAN gold:
The 2018 gold swan was a limited print run of 5,000 coins. However, these MS-70 NGC coins have an inferior population to that of those that are untreated. An instant favourite of collectors, the swan series is known world wide.
The long-expected Gold Swan 2018 presents a new and exciting design. The 2018 version represents an emblem of a mother swan and her baby swimming gracefully on the water's surface. This coin is the second of an annual series of coins made from extra 1 ounce gold bars, so the motifs vary each year. The NGC encapsulation guarantee and protects your coin.
The Early Release tag guarantees that the coin was received by NGC in the first 30 days of issue. Mintage limited to 5,000 coins worldwide. Obverse: a depiction by Ian Rank-Broadley of Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth II, the face value and the date of 2018 are illustrated. Reverse: a representation of the unique, iconic animal of Western Australia swimming gracefully on the water with her cygnet.
The design has the inscriptions
"The gold Swan of Australia 1 ou 9999" and the mint mark from the Perth Mint "P.
The swan is a species synonymous of the Perth Mint itself, even appears on its logo. The operations of the Perth Mint is situated at the heart of Perth, capital and largest city in the region of Western Australia. Founded in 1829 on the banks of Swan River, the original colony of the area was called Swan River Colony, this became what is now Perth.
Perth had a fast growth period from the end of the 19th century thanks to its rich deposits of natural resources such as petrol, gas and perhaps above all, gold Since its origins, Perth Mint is well personified by the swan, a royal water fowl that appears on the flag of Western Australia and symbolises timeless elegance and beauty, a bit like the standard of the coins roduced by the mint itself. The Perth Mint has a phenomenal reputation for producing high-quality gold ingots, offering collections the possibility to collect an entire series putting different things as the 'star'. Around the world the Lunars and the Kangaroos for their resale value and possibility of recovery.
The swans are often a symbol of love and faithfulness because of their long-lasting monogomaous relationships. Swans are almost entirely herbivores, even if they sometimes eat small quantities of aquatic animals. There are about seven different species of swan in the world. Swans are classified as threatened mainly due to hunting and loss of habitat. Pollution is also a contributing factor.
- Nominal Value
- Year/Period and Variation
- 2018 'Gold Swan' - 1 Oz
- Precious metals
- No. of items
- UNC (Uncirculated)