Perth Mint


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Perth Mint

A mint in Australia. Opened in 1899, it minted coins for the United Kingdom until 1970, after which jurisdiction was transferred to Australia. It also provides gold refining services.
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Among NZ Mint's largest customers are the Royal Canadian Mint and the Perth Mint.
The exclusive $1 million Kimberley Treasure coin was struck by The Perth Mint from one kilogram of 99.
Similarly, Australia's Perth Mint saw its silver coins sales spike in June due to a more attractive silver price, though sales overall are down 18% from the same period in 2014.
It is not known how much gold the central bank will purchase from Australia's Perth Mint.
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The Perth Mint said gold bullion coins sold in 2014 were only at 373,351 ounces, a drop of 28 percent from a year ago.
Purchases of bullion coins at Australia's Perth Mint rose 20 per cent this year through January 20 from a year earlier.
The one-tonne gold coin was crafted by the Perth Mint and it is worth more than 53 million AU dollars (47 million U.
200+ ounces of gold in hand / pending delivery to the Perth Mint and more gold accumulating daily.
Sales of American Eagle gold coins from the US Mint are ten times last month what they were in April last year while Australia's Perth mint had to double its minting capacity.
Chinese demand for Australian commodities from agriculture to iron ore and steel looks insatiable, and even the Perth Mint say their biggest source of new customers is China.
The Perth Mint at 310 Hay Street opened in 1899, as one of only six branches of London's Royal Mint, to refine the output from Western Australia's goldfields (00 61 8 9421 7223; perthmint.
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