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Invest in the Roll of 20 - 2023 1 oz Silver Australian Kookaburra Perth Mint .9999 Fine BU In Cap (Tube, Lot of 20) Discover the beauty and value of the Roll of 20 - 2023 1 oz Silver Australian Kookaburra Perth Mint .9999 Fine BU In Cap (Tube, Lot of 20)! This stunning collection features the most recent release of the Silver Kookaburra series. Each coin contains 1 troy ounce of .9999 fine silver, making it a valuable addition to any precious metals portfolio. Backed by the Australian government, these coins have a face value of $1 AUD. The Kookaburra is a native bird of Australia and New Guinea, known for its distinctive call that resembles human laughter. The laughing kookaburra's sound is often used in film, television, and theme park attractions. The design of the 2023 1 oz Silver Australian Kookaburra features two friendly birds perched on branches surrounded by "waratah," which are large shrubs native to Southeastern Australia. Produced by the renowned Perth Mint, these coins are of brilliant uncirculated condition and come individually encapsulated in protective capsules. When you purchase the Roll of 20 - 2023 1 oz Silver Australian Kookaburra, you will receive a tube containing 20 coins, each in its own capsule. This ensures the preservation and protection of your investment. Coin Specifications: - Roll of 20 - Each coin contains 1 troy oz of .9999 fine silver - Produced by the Perth Mint - Brilliant Uncirculated Condition - Each coin has a face value of $1 AUD, backed by the Australian government - Individual coins come in protective capsules. Multiples of 20 arrive in a shrink-wrapped plastic roll. Lots of 100 arrive in mint-issued boxes. - Obverse: Depicts the right-facing effigy of Queen Elizabeth II, as designed by Jody Clark. Inscriptions: "ELIZABETH II," "AUSTRALIA," "1 DOLLAR," and the initials "JC." - Reverse: Features the latest Kookaburra design: two friendly birds perched on branches surrounded by "waratah" - large shrubs native to Southeastern Australia. Investing in the Roll of 20 - 202