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1 oz Platinum Platypus


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Australia's Perth Mint 1oz Platinum uniquely designed Platypus coin contains 1 ounce of 99.95% pure platinum.




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The Perth Mint in Australia proudly presents the Platinum Platypus coin, a stunning tribute to one of Australia's most unique creatures. Each coin contains 1 Troy oz of .9995 fine platinum, making it an exquisite addition to any precious metals portfolio. This beautiful coin celebrates the distinctiveness of Australia's wildlife, featuring the iconic platypus, a fascinating mammal known for its distinctive appearance and intriguing characteristics. Legal tender in Australia, the Platinum Platypus arrives in brilliant uncirculated condition, ensuring its pristine quality and value.

On the obverse side, the coin displays the timeless profile image of Queen Elizabeth II, while the reverse side captures the platypus in its natural habitat underwater, showcasing its remarkable adaptation to aquatic life. Despite being initially perceived as a hoax by early scientists, the platypus is a fascinating creature with unique features. The completion of the Platypus Genome Project in 2008 shed light on its genetic makeup, revealing its intriguing evolutionary history.

Platinum, the primary material used in crafting these coins, is a rare and precious metal, with South Africa being a leading producer. Despite its rarity, platinum plays a crucial role in various industries, including jewelry and automotive, due to its durability and aesthetic appeal.

In conclusion, the Platinum Platypus coin is not only a symbol of Australia's rich biodiversity but also a valuable investment opportunity. With its exquisite design and exceptional purity, these coins offer investors and collectors alike a unique way to celebrate and preserve the beauty of Australian wildlife while diversifying their portfolios with a rare and precious metal.The platypus possesses venomous spurs on its heels, making it one of the few venomous mammals in existence. It lays eggs like birds and reptiles but is classified as a mammal, highlighting its extraordinary biological characteristics.

With its electroreceptive bill, the platypus navigates underwater environments, relying on electrical impulses emitted by its prey. Spending up to 12 hours a day hunting for food, the platypus consumes a significant portion of its body weight daily.

Coin SeriesPlatypus
Face Value$100
Mint Or RefineryPerth Mint
Metal TypePlatinum
Mordern Or HistoricalModern
Metal Weight1 troy oz
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