1995 $2 SILVER DOLLAR – THE AUSTRALIAN KOOKABURRA – COMMEMORATING THE NAA INTERNATIONAL COIN FAIR IN SYDNEY - PRIVY MARK
This coin is one of only 1,500 specimen strikes of the 1995 Australian Kookaburra 2oz Silver Bullion coin released by the Perth Mint to commemorate the NAA International Coin Fair in Sydney, 25th-26th November 1995.
A certificate accompanies a 2oz coin minted as part of the 1995 Australia Kookaburra Silver bullion coin series and inspected by the Perth Mint, Australia.
The coins are made from pure Silver refined to a millesimal purity of 999 parts Silver in 1,000. Each coin bears a special privy mark to commemorate the NAA International Coin Fair in Sydney, 25th-26th November 1995.
Each of these coins bears a privy mark, depicting the reverse design of the Commemorative Florin produced to mark the occasion of the first Royal Visit by Elizabeth II as Sovereign in 1954.
The coin is housed in a black presentation case and box shipper, accompanied by a numbered Certificate of Authenticity.
Denomination - Two Dollars
Composition - Fine Silver (99.9%)
Weight - 62.270g
Diameter - 50.30mm
Worldwide Mintage Limit - 1,500
Mint - The Perth Mint