2012 Australian One Tonne Gold Nugget Coin
In 2012 the Perth Mint issued a one tonne gold coin - the largest and most valuable
coin ever produced.
With a face value of $1,000,000 Australian dollars it is already more money than most people can afford, but that is nothing compared to the coins intrinsic (actual) value - a whopping £24,164,000,00!*
*Intrisic value based on gold at £751.21
The coin is part of the popular nugget series (also known as Kangaroos). The obverse features Queen Elizabeth's portrait, whilst the reverse depicts the red kangaroo.
Official Perth Mint 2012 One Tonne Coin Video
The Official Perth Mint video shows how the coin was created.
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Price and Availability
Although we do not have the coin in stock
we would assume it to be around £24,406,000.00 (as of 10th January, 2013).
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||One Tonne Gold Nugget
If you are interested in the coin please contact us. We will be unable to quote a firm price, as we do not have it in stock, but we will be able to give you an indication.
For interested collectors or investors, for a refundable deposit of 1%(say £250,000) we will commence negotiations with the Perth Mint for a firm price or premium indication. We would suggest a minimum guide price starting at £25 million.
As you can imagine, we have no idea how to transport a one tonne coin. We checked with Royal Mail but the size and weight of the coin more than exceeds their limits. We are sure that we will be able to find a way.
Please check our Standard Terms for Bullion Coins.
You may wish to use our Order Form UK
Order Form USA.
Postage & Packing
UK Registered Post (Special Delivery) £9 per order
EU Insured Post £10 per order
USA Airmail $10, Insured Shipping $20
Canada Airmail $15, Insured Shipping via Fedex $60
Lawrence Chard Stood Next To One Tonne Gold Nugget Coin
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2012 Australia One Tonne Gold Kangaroo Nugget Reverse
2012 One Tonne Nugget Obverse