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2015 Kilo Gold Kangaroo - Australia (Brilliant Uncirculated)
2015 Kilo Gold Kangaroo - Australia (Brilliant Uncirculate...
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2015 Perth Mint Year of the Goat 1/20 oz Gold Coin (Series II)
2015 Perth Mint Year of the Goat 1/20 oz Gold Coin (Series...
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2015 Year of the Goat 1/10 oz Gold Coin - Perth Mint (Brilliant Uncirculated)
2015 Year of the Goat 1/10 oz Gold Coin - Perth Mint (Bril...
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2015 1/10 oz Perth Mint Australia Gold Kangaroo (.9999 Fine)
2015 1/10 oz Perth Mint Australia Gold Kangaroo (.9999 Fin...
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2015 1/4 oz Perth Mint Australia Gold Kangaroo (.9999 Fine)
2015 1/4 oz Perth Mint Australia Gold Kangaroo (.9999 Fine...
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2015 Year of the Goat 1/4 oz Gold Coin - Perth Mint (Brilliant Uncirculated)
2015 Year of the Goat 1/4 oz Gold Coin - Perth Mint (Brill...
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2015 1/2 oz Gold Goat - Australia (Brilliant Uncirculated)
2015 1/2 oz Gold Goat - Australia (Brilliant Uncirculated)
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2015 1/2 oz Perth Mint Australia Gold Kangaroo (.9999 Fine)
2015 1/2 oz Perth Mint Australia Gold Kangaroo (.9999 Fine...
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2015 Australia 1 oz Gold Goat NGC MS70 Early Release
2015 Australia 1 oz Gold Goat NGC MS70 Early Release
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2015 Perth Mint Lunar Goat 1 oz Gold Coin NGC MS69 Early Release
2015 Perth Mint Lunar Goat 1 oz Gold Coin NGC MS69 Early R...
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2015 1 oz Gold Goat - Australia (Brilliant Uncirculated)
2015 1 oz Gold Goat - Australia (Brilliant Uncirculated)
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2015 1 oz Australian Gold Goat NGC MS70 Early Releases | Perth Mint
2015 1 oz Australian Gold Goat NGC MS70 Early Releases | P...
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2015 Year of the Goat 2 oz Gold Coin - Perth Mint (Series II) Brilliant Uncirculated
2015 Year of the Goat 2 oz Gold Coin - Perth Mint (Series ...
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2015 10 oz Gold Goat - Australia (Brilliant Uncirculated)
2015 10 oz Gold Goat - Australia (Brilliant Uncirculated)
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2013 Australia 1/10 oz Gold War In The Pacific
2013 Australia 1/10 oz Gold War In The Pacific
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2013 1 oz Australian Gold Lunar Year of the Snake Coin
2013 1 oz Australian Gold Lunar Year of the Snake Coin
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2012 1/4 oz Gold Perth Mint Year of the Dragon Coin
2012 1/4 oz Gold Perth Mint Year of the Dragon Coin
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2012 Australia $100 Gold Lunar Dragon 1 oz Coin - NGC MS70 Early Release
2012 Australia $100 Gold Lunar Dragon 1 oz Coin - NGC MS70...
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2012 Australia 10 oz Gold Lunar Dragon NGC MS70 - POP of ONLY 3
2012 Australia 10 oz Gold Lunar Dragon NGC MS70 - POP of O...
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2011 Cook Islands Tribute To The US 1/10 oz Proof Gold
2011 Cook Islands Tribute To The US 1/10 oz Proof Gold
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2010 5 Gram Proof Gold Spotted Cuscus (Solomon Islands)
2010 5 Gram Proof Gold Spotted Cuscus (Solomon Islands)
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2010 Australia 1/10 oz Gold Tiger Colorized (Series 2)
2010 Australia 1/10 oz Gold Tiger Colorized (Series 2)
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Oceania Gold Coins

Oceania refers to fourteen independent countries in the Southern Pacific, many of which are small islands or groups of islands. This region generally includes Australia, Papua New Guinea, New Zealand and the other surrounding islands. While the boundaries of Oceania may not be rigidly defined, it is typically understood as starting at the Indonesia-Papua New Guinea border, separating it from Southeast Asia. Australian gold coins make up a majority of oceanic gold coins, as australia is not only by far the largest country in the region, but is also home to some of the world’s richest gold deposits.

Gold Coins from Oceania

Because much of the South Pacific is made up of tiny islands with rather small populations and rudimentary infrastructure, the coins of the individual nations are generally struck by either the Perth Mint (Australia) or the New Zealand Mint. In some cases, another major world mint will be contracted to strike the coins for a small nation such as Niue or Tokelau, which have become much more involved in the bullion coin industry in recent years.

Gold coins from Papua New Guinea and other island nations such as fiji, the solomon islands, and kiribati are popular with collectors due to the relative smaller production volumes. the limited mintages make these coins interesting pieces for serious collectors. gold coins from these island nations are usually commemorative proof coins and depict historical events, famous rulers, and indigenous wildlife. many of them, just like australia, use an effigy of her majesty queen elizabeth ii on the obverse of the coins, as many of these countries were british protectorates or commonwealths.

Australian Gold Coins

With both a remarkable precious metal refining capacity and a penchant for patronizing highly skilled artists, Australia’s Perth Mint has become one of the most, if not the most, active government mints in the entire world. Founded in the wake of the Western Australian gold rush of the late 19th century, the Perth Mint produces most of the gold, silver, and platinum bullion coins that come from Australia, while the less prominent Royal Australian Mint produces all of the country’s circulating clad currency.

Some of the most beloved coins from the Perth Mint feature indigenous Australian wildlife like kangaroos and koalas. Not only are these coins attractive for highlighting the distinctive Aussie wildlife, but they also feature original new reverse designs each year. This keeps the series fresh for collectors, stirring excitement for each subsequent year’s new release. Additionally, the Perth Mint sells its own gold bars, many of which are .9999 fine (99.99% pure) gold.

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