In our store you can buy the 2014 issue of 1 kg Kookaburrra silver coins cheap, we offer fair prices and favorable conditions. Due to the annually varying motifs are silver Kookaburra coins not only popular as bullion coins but also with collectors. In addition to the silver coin Kookaburra to 1 kg you will find in our assortment also the other denominations to 10 ounces and 1 ounce in the 2014 edition and, depending on availability, also the earlier editions of silver coins from Australia to 1 kg, 10 ounces, 2 ounces and 1 ounce with the motif of the largest kingfisher in the world, which is also known as Laughing Jack due to its distinctive vocal organ, among other things. In Australia, the kookaburra is also often referred to as Bushman's Clock, as the call of the kingfisher is regularly heard at sunrise and sunset.
History of the 1 kg Kookaburra coins in silver
In 1990, the first year of mintage, the Kookaburra silver coins from Australia appeared only in the denomination of 1 ounce with the initial face value of AUD 5. From 1991, the silver Kookaburra coins were also minted at 1 kg with the nominal value of 150 AUD, at 10 ounces at the initial nominal value of 50 AUD and at 2 ounces with a nominal value of 10 AUD. in 1992, there was a reduction in the face value of the Kookaburra silver coins from Australia to 1 AUD for 1 ounce, 2 AUD for 2 ounces, 10 AUD for 10 ounces and 30 AUD for the 1 kg silver coin Kookaburra. Since 1993, the Kookaburra silver coins have been released annually with a new motif of the world's largest kingfisher. Since 2008, the Mint Mark "P" for Perth Mint Australia is stamped on the motif side of the Kookaburra silver coins.
Details of the 1 kg silver coins Kookaburra from Australia 2014
The 1 kg Kookaburra coins 2014 are made of pure silver with a fineness of 999 / 1,000 and have a fluted edge. The diameter is about 100.60 mm and the thickness is about 14.60 mm. The nominal value of the silver coin Kookaburra to 1 kg is 30 Australian dollars, the actual value is of course many times higher, because this is based on the daily silver rate and is always determined anew. Since 1 kg silver Kookaburra coins are bullion coins, the silver coins from Australia are subject to differential taxation when buying and selling instead of 19% VAT in accordance with §25a UStG. Thus, these offer advantages over investing in silver bullion.
Value side of the silver coin Kookaburra to 1 kg issue 2014
On the value side of the 1 kg silver coin Kookaburra is the side portrait of Queen Elizabeth II with a crown. This is adapted from time to time to the changes in the profile of the British regent. On the left side of the coin edge Elizabeth II is embossed, on the right Australia and below the royal portrait you can see the face value of 30 dollars.
Motive side of the 1 kg Kookaburra silver coins 2014
The motif chosen for the 2014 issue Kookaburra silver coins is a single kingfisher, placed roughly in the center of the coin and perched on a thick branch that extends diagonally from the lower left to above center on the right edge of the coin. Three branches with leaves in the background of the kingfisher reach down from above.
Above the 2014 design, Australian Kookaburra is stamped on the smooth inner edge of the coin, and below the design you can see the 2014 mintage year, the weight of 1 kilo, and the fineness of 999 Silver.
Tips for buying and selling 1 kg silver Kookaburra 2014
We are at your disposal for information about the 2014 issue of 1 kg Kookaburra silver coins in the purchase and sale. In our store we attach importance to fair prices and conditions, so you can buy or sell your silver coins Kookaburra 1 kg cheap. With the large denomination of silver Kookaburra coins 1 kg, the price is relatively close to the silver rate, because the minting costs for the different denominations hardly vary. Compared to investing in silver bull ion, the 1 kg Kookaburra silver coin also gives you the advantage of being taxed at only 7% VAT.
Due to the individually encapsulated packaging 1kg silver Kookaburra coins, your investment coins are protected from damage and scratches.
If you want to sell us your silver coin, simply place the corresponding items in the desired quantity via the sell button in the purchase basket and complete your sale. Afterwards you will receive a confirmation and all further information about shipping and payment.
The stated purchase price is only valid for as-new items in tradable condition. Otherwise we will buy the items as old silver. This also applies to products that we do not have in our assortment. For more information: to the silver purchase.
|Country of origin:
|as new or mint
|32,15 oz (1000 g)
|999,0 / 1.000
|30 Australian dollars
|10 pieces each in original cardboard coin box of the Perth Mint
Historical prices to 1 kg silver kookaburra 2014