Perth Mint Lunar Series – 2020 Year of the Mouse, 1 Oz .9999 Gold
Perth Mint Lunar Series – Kicking off Series III with the Year of the Mouse
The Perth Mint in Australia began minting .9999 pure gold coins in the beautiful Lunar series more than twenty years ago. Money Metals Exchange is proud to make them available here in the US. Mouse coins with the 2020 date mark the beginning of the third Lunar series (series III), which will ultimately contain 12 coins. Grab your striking, limited edition Year of the Mouse coins now.
People born under the sign of the Mouse are thought to be clever and fast thinkers, who often achieve success while simultaneously leading quiet and peaceful lives.. Additionally, the coming year of the Mouse is associated in Chinese element theory with metal – appropriate for a coin issued in .9999 fine gold. It’s time for the Year of the Mouse gold coin (2020). Get yours today, they won’t last long in inventory.
Allocations of these gold mint coins are limited and tend to sell out fast.
The Perth Mint began minting these special edition coins in 1996, inspired by the Chinese Lunar calendar. Each Lunar Gold Coin Series comprises 12 coins, with just one issued each year. The Year of the Mouse is the 1st issue in Lunar Series III.
Australia’s Perth Mint is renowned for making quality gold and silver coins. They are recognized around the world, and traded everywhere.
Some highlights for the 2020 Year of the Mouse issue:
- Each Australian Lunar Gold coin is backed by the government of Australia for weight and purity
- Each gold coin is minted from .9999 pure gold
- Each Lunar coin is encapsulated in hard, clear plastic
- Denominated with $100 Australian Dollars
- Mintage will be limited to 30,000 gold bullion coins
LUNAR MOUSE COIN DESIGN
The Queen of England (obverse) – The obverse includes the Ian Rank Broadley created design of Queen Elizabeth II. This side is inscribed with “ELIZABETH II”, “AUSTRALIA”, “1 oz 9999 Au”, and “100 DOLLARS”.
Mouse (reverse) – A mouse standing on its hind feet, clutching a stalk of wheat. The words “MOUSE 2020” are inscribed in both English and Chinese characters.