The final release in the Australian Bush Babies II series depicts an adorable baby wombat. The wombat is a marsupial native to Australia. Despi te its fearless nature, the creature has a...
The final release in the Australian Bush Babies II series depicts an adorable baby wombat. The wombat is a marsupial native to Australia. Despi te its fearless nature, the creature has a short-legged muscular frame, which causes him to move slowly. Proof Quality 99.9% Pure Silver The Australian Bush Babies II – Wombat 2013 1/2oz coin is struck by The Perth Mint from 99.9% pure silver in proof quality. Australian Legal Tender Issued as Australian legal tender, the coin’s obverse depicts the Ian Rank-Broadley effigy of Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth II, the year-date, specifications an d the monetary denomination. Stunning Baby Wombat Reverse Design The coin’s reverse depicts an irresistible coloured image capturing the uniqueness and charm of a beautiful baby wombat. As well as The Perth Mint’s ‘P’ mintmark, the design features a friendly Australian insect and delicately frosted representations of Australian bush flowers. Presentation Packaging and Numbered Certificate Accompanied by a numbered Certificate of Authenticity, the coin is housed in a display case and box-shipper portraying more stunning imagery. Limited Mintage The Perth Mint will release no more than 10,000 of these Australian Bush Babies II - Wombat 1/2oz Silver Proof Coins. Technical Specifications Silver Content (Troy oz) 0.50 Monetary Denomination (AUD) 0.50 Fineness (% purity) 99.9 Minimum Gross Weight (g) 15.591 Maximum Diameter (mm) 30.60 Maximum Thickness (mm) 2.30 Maximum Mintage 10,000 This series features heartfelt portraits of Australia‘s favourite and adorable baby creatures, captured in brilliant colour by inspired designer Elise Martinson. The final release in this cute collectable series depicts a baby wombat. Wombats are short-legged marsupials native to Australia. Noctu rnal by nature, the animal emerges at night to feed on grasses, roots and bark. Wombats are generally not seen, but leave ample evidence of their passage. The wombat also has a backwards-facing pouch, so that while digging burrows, dirt does not spill over its young. Previous Releases: Kookab urra, Possum, Echidna, Platypus