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1/2 oz 2022 Newborn Silver Proof Coin
1/2 oz 2022 Newborn Silver Proof Coin

1/2 oz 2022 Newborn Silver Proof Coin

Mint: Perth Mint
Monarch: Queen Elizabeth II
Denomination: .5 AUD
Design: New born baby in a sling, with a flying stork and the moon in the background
Country: Australia
Finish: Proof
Condition: Brand New
Designer: Jody Clark/Lucas Bowers
Packaging: Themed Gift Card
Composition: Silver
Weight (grams): 15.553
Weight (troy/oz): 0.5
Purity (%): 99.99
Thickness (mm): 2.9
Diameter (mm): 32.6
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Product Description:

This 1/2 oz 2022 Newborn silver proof coin makes for a great gift as you welcome a newborn into this world. It's also never too early to get the little ones into their first investment piece.

Coin Highlights:
*99.99% pure silver
*Proof finish
*Legal tender
*Unlimited mintage

This adorable coin design was created by Lucas Bowers a coin designer. The coin’s reverse features a newborn baby in a carrying sling, with a flying stork and moon in the background. The inscription CONGRATULATIONS and The Perth Mints traditional P mintmark are also included in the design.

The coin’s obverse features the Jody Clark effigy of Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth II, the 2019 year-date, the weight and fineness, and the monetary denomination.

Issued as legal tender under the Australian Currency Act 1965, this coin comes presented in an elaborate themed gift card with room to write the baby's details and place a photograph. it also comes with a numbered Certificate of Authenticity.

Established in 1899, The Perth Mint is Australia's largest official bullion mint. The Perth Mint refines a number of bullion and collector products including coins, minted and cast bars and is backed by the Government of Western Australia.