The Perth Mint Australian Lunar Gold Coins commemorate the Chinese Lunar calendar for the 12-year cycle starting in 1996. The primary reason for the coins' popularity is their exquisite quality and beauty. The coins' raised images are highly polished and contrast with satin-like fields around the images. They are limited production coins, some of them have become collector favourites.
|Mint||The Perth Mint, Australia|
|Purity||999,9 / 1000|
|Dimensions (diameter, thickness)||22,6 mm - 2,0 mm
|Face Value||AUD 25
|Gold Content||7,78 g (1/4 Troy Ounce)
|Tax||Based on Art. 118 and Art. 119 of Value Added Tax Act (ZDDV-1) bullion gold is exempted from VAT in Slovenia.|
|Mint||The Perth Mint|