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31 May 2022

**Mini Roo**

Coins-World | Kepi

Hey everyone! Here's a 2021-P Australian Gold Kangaroo! Well, a "Mini Roo"! A little guy... 0.5 grams of .9999 gold with a diameter of 11.60 mm. This little coin is a GEM Proof and came encapsulated in an wallet-sized card with kangaroo graphics and Specification information. The obverse shows Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth ll wearing the Royal Diamond Diadem. The designer of this coin, Jody Clark has been a sculptor for the Royal Mint of Great Britain since 2012. The reverse shows the iconic kangaroo in a crouched position with inscriptions of the gold weight and the "P" Mint mark of the Perth Mint.This popular kangaroo design began to appear in 1989 and has been a hit with collectors every since! Many thanks for reading my blog! Comments are always welcome. ; )

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21 Apr 2018

**A Mini Roo For You**

Coins - World | Kepi

This is the sweetest little coin I've seen in awhile so I wanted to share it with you. And it just happens to be Gold! And it hopped right into my collection ; ) Nicknamed "The Mini Roo", this is a 2018P Australia G$2 Kangaroo, First Releases. Graded by NGC as MS 70. The coin was issued by the Perth Mint which was founded in 1899 and is the oldest operating mint in Australia. Some of the specs on this coin include... Diameter 11.6 mm, Thickness 0.70 mm, Weight .50 grams, Purity of gold 0.9999. The obverse is issued as legal tender under the Australian Currency Act 1965 and depicts the Ian Rank-Broadley effigy of Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth II, the monetary denomination and the 2018 year-date. The reverse depictstwo bounding red kangaroo's and the Perth Mint’s traditional ‘P’ mintmark. It was designed by Jennifer McKenna. The Kangaroo which has become so popular over the years that it is now an unofficial emblem of Australia, appearing on various government crests, corporate logos, and, of course, coins. I hope you enjoyed my blog! Comments are welcomed.

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