Floral Emblems Of Australia Gold 999 (1999) 1/2 Troy oz PROOF - Cond: A
Introducing Floral Emblems Of Australia Gold 999 (1999) 1/2 Troy oz - Cond: A gold coin. The name may be confusing for each Australian State has her own floral emblem furthermore Australia has her own too. The Pink Common Heath having its roots in the Traditional English Garden was chosen by the 'Garden State' of Victoria as its floral emblem in 1958. The flowers bloom from autumn to spring and can be white, pink, rose or red.
The observe has three branches of the Common Heath and the word "150 DOLLARS". The reverse has an effigy of the Queen with words "ELIZABETH II" on the left and "AUSTRALIA 1999" on the right.
The proof coin comes in an embedded velvet placed in a hardwood presentation case with a card specification and a booklet for more information on the coin.
Floral Emblems Of Australia Gold 999 (1999) 1/2 Troy oz - Cond: A makes a great gift for loved ones and collectors alike or kept as an investment for the preservation of wealth.
Minter:- The Royal Australian Mint.
Purity:- 24ct or 99.9%
Diameter:- 30 mm.
Weight:- 1/2 Troy oz.