This series of XXI Commonwealth Games are produced by the Royal Australian Mint, Australia’s official national mint, opened by Prince Philip in 1965. This gold coin has a nominal value of $1, however they are traded at a higher price on the bullion coin market due to their collectible value and the second-to-none craftsmanship of the Royal Australian Mint, which produce everything from the national currency to collector coins like this one.
This Royal Australian Mint 2018 $1 XXI Commonwealth Games Borobi Frosted Coin bears a playful and commemorative design. With an impressive fineness of 999 and a unique look, this coin celebrates the XXI Commonwealth Games being held on the Gold Coast in 2018 with a colourful depiction on the observe of the coin of the games' mascot Borobi, a koala. This design is stand-out and appeals to not only coin collectors but sporting enthusiasts, children of all ages and Australian tourists with its light-hearted aesthetic. The reverse shows the traditional profile portrait of Queen Elizabeth II, as is standard on Australian currency.
|Pure Gold Content (g)||8.99|